6 CRR-NY 362-1.4NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 6. DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
CHAPTER IV. QUALITY SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER B. SOLID WASTES
PART 362. COMBUSTION, THERMAL TREATMENT, TRANSFER, AND COLLECTION FACILITIES
SUBPART 362-1. COMBUSTION FACILITIES AND THERMAL TREATMENT FACILITIES
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362-1.4 Permit application requirements.
A combustion or other thermal treatment facility that is not an exempt facility or subject to the registration provisions of section 362-1.3 of this Subpart must obtain a permit and must submit an application that includes the requirements identified in section 360.16 of this Title, a description of how the facility will comply with the operating requirements in Part 360 of this Title, sections 362-1.5 and 362-1.6 of this Subpart, and the following:
(a) An engineering report that includes:
(1) a summary of utility requirements, including estimates of:
(i) the type, quantity, and method of storage of fuels or other process materials stored on-site;
(ii) the pressure, temperature, and pounds per hour of all steam to be generated and used at the facility;
(iii) the total electric power to be consumed and generated at the facility in kilowatt-hours; and
(iv) the total water to be used for cooling, quench, sanitary and processing needs, including the amount which is, or can be, recycled or treated.
(b) A waste control plan that must include, in addition to the requirements of section 360.16(d)(4) of this Title, the following:
(1) a program for detecting and preventing the receipt of hazardous wastes at the facility. This program must include, but not be limited to:
(i) random inspections of incoming loads;
(ii) inspections of suspicious loads;
(iii) records of inspections;
(iv) procedures for notifying the proper authorities if a regulated hazardous waste is discovered in a load; and
(v) procedures for proper management of discovered regulated hazardous waste; and
(2) identification of each receiving facility to be used for the disposal of bypass waste.
(c) A residue management plan that includes:
(1) a description of the generation, handling, storage, transportation, treatment, and disposal or use of residue as described in section 362-1.5(d) of this Subpart;
(2) a description of the methods, equipment, and structures necessary to prevent the uncontrolled dispersion of residue, considering potential pathways of human or environmental exposure including, but not limited to, inhalation, direct contact, and potential for groundwater and surface water contamination;
(3) an estimate of the quantity of residues including, but not limited to, bottom ash, fly ash, and slag, generated from the facility on a daily basis. This estimate must identify and quantify the potential of each residue stream to be segregated for beneficial use in accordance with section 360.12 of this Title. Market arrangements for beneficial use of residues must also be included, if any;
(4) a residue sampling and analysis plan. This plan must identify both the sample collection protocol that will be used to obtain a representative sample of the residue and the analytical protocols to be used. The sampling and analysis plan must include procedures and techniques for:
(i) sample collection;
(ii) sample preservation and shipment;
(iii) determining if the residue exhibits a toxic characteristic for arsenic, barium, cadmium, chromium, lead, mercury, selenium, and silver upon exposure to acid liquids;
(iv) analysis of the total content of arsenic, barium, beryllium, cadmium, chromium (total and hexavalent), copper, lead, mercury, nickel, silver, zinc, calcium, iron, aluminum, chloride, sulfate, and any other parameters determined by the department to be necessary;
(v) chain of custody control; and
(vi) assuring consistency and quality in laboratory procedures and results.
(d) A radioactive waste detection plan.
The plan must include procedures for detecting radioactive material; operation and maintenance plans for radiation detectors including investigation alarm setpoint settings and calibration methods; and response procedures to be implemented when radioactive waste is detected as required by section 362-1.5(b)(7) of this Subpart.
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Current through April 30, 2021
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