6 CRR-NY 364-5.1NY-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 364-5. RECORDKEEPING AND REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
6 CRR-NY 364-5.1
6 CRR-NY 364-5.1
364-5.1 Waste tracking document applicability and requirements.
(a) Applicability.
The provisions of this section apply to the following:
(1) All transporters registered or permitted pursuant to this Part that transport RMW, restricted-use fill, limited-use fill, and contaminated fill material, and non-exempt drilling and production waste must comply with this Subpart.
(2) Transporters of C&D debris, including general fill, generated in the City of New York must comply with this Subpart.
(b) Requirements.
(1) A waste tracking document must be completed for each shipment of waste. The waste tracking document must be in a form prescribed or approved by the department.
(2) Transporters must not accept a shipment of waste from a generator unless accompanied by a properly completed waste tracking document. The waste tracking document must be legible and the document certification must be signed and dated by an authorized representative of the generator. The waste tracking document certification shall state:
I certify, under penalty of law, that the information provided in this waste tracking document has been prepared under my direction and supervision and further certify that the information contained herein is true and accurate. I am aware that any false statement made on this form is punishable pursuant section 210.45 of the Penal Law.
(3) Transporters must not accept a shipment of waste that does not match the quantity or type of waste listed on the waste tracking document. In cases where volume or weight of waste is unknown, waste tracking documents must reflect that the quantity of waste being shipped is estimated.
(4) Transporters must have the waste tracking document signed by the receiving location or facility upon delivery of the waste and provide a copy of the tracking document to the receiving location or facility.
(5) All transporters of restricted-use fill, limited-use fill, and contaminated fill material, and non-exempt drilling and production waste and those transporters subject to paragraph (a)(2) of this section must provide copies of waste tracking documents signed by the receiving location or facility to both the generator and the department within 15 days of waste delivery to the receiving location or facility.
(6) Transporters of RMW that consolidate or re-manifest shipments of waste from multiple generators in a new single tracking document must retain a copy of each generator’s original tracking document and maintain a consolidation log indicating all shipments consolidated or re-manifested on the new waste tracking document. A copy of the generator’s original tracking document and the log that includes the following information must accompany the new tracking document:
(i) name, address and telephone number of each generator;
(ii) quantity and date of shipment of RMW for each generator; and
(iii) if applicable, the names and permit numbers of all previous transporters.
(7) Transporters of RMW must return a copy of each tracking document (including any consolidated or re-manifested documents) to the generator within 15 days of receipt of the document from the receiving facility.
(8) Tracking document discrepancies. Discrepancies including variations in the waste shipment, number of containers or volume, compromised packaging, or waste unaccompanied by a tracking document must be resolved as follows:
(i) within 15 days of receiving the waste, a report must be filed with the department describing the discrepancy and the attempts the transporter has undertaken to reconcile it.
6 CRR-NY 364-5.1
Current through August 15, 2019
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