6 CRR-NY 364-4.6NY-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 364. WASTE TRANSPORTERS
SUBPART 364-4. PERMITS
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364-4.6 Permitting requirements and standards.
(a) Permits issued pursuant to this Subpart are valid for one year from the effective date of the permit.
(b) Permits are not transferable.
A permit issued pursuant to this Subpart is only valid for the permittee identified on the permit application submitted to the department. A change of ownership of the permittee invalidates the permit.
(c) All applicable environmental regulatory fees must be paid annually or whenever a modification to the permit is made that increases the number of transport vehicles or the number of vehicles authorized to transport industrial-commercial waste. Failure to pay the required environmental regulatory fees annually, submit copies of current insurance certificates, permit modifications, annual reports, or a timely permit renewal, is sufficient cause for the department to suspend or revoke the permit.
(d) Failure to request a permit modification to add additional vehicles, change vehicle storage locations, or change receiving facilities is sufficient cause for the department to suspend or revoke the permit.
(e) Each receiving facility must be a facility authorized to accept the waste pursuant to the requirements of the ECL and applicable regulations or a facility outside the jurisdiction of New York State authorized to operate within the state or jurisdiction where the facility is located or otherwise exempt within that state or jurisdiction.
(f) A permit application may be denied, revoked, suspended or modified if a receiving facility has been determined to have violated any law, rule or regulation or permit condition related to the operation of its treatment, storage or disposal facility or if the receiving facility is not authorized to receive the types of waste listed on the application.
(g) A permit application may be denied, revoked, suspended or modified based upon the unsuitability of the applicant under the provisions of ECL sections 27-0305 and 27-0913.
(h) A permit application may be denied, revoked, suspended or modified, or the processing of a permit application may be suspended, if the transporter has been determined to have violated any terms of the permit, the ECL, or any regulation or standard promulgated pursuant thereto.
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Current through August 15, 2019
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