The applicant must contact the Solid Waste Permitting and Design Review Section to report that an emergency condition exists prior to filing an application.
To manage solid waste facilities to protect human health and the environment.
Applies to facilities that operate for a limited period of time in response to any emergency for which no other readily available response exists and for which a delayed response to obtain another type of permit will result in an unnecessary risk to public health, safety or the environment.
Prior to filing an application, the applicant shall contact the department to report that an emergency condition exists.
The applicant must contact the Solid Waste Permitting and Design Review Section to report that an emergency condition exists prior to filing an application. The applicant must provide information in writing to the Solid Waste Permitting and Design Review Section according Env-Sw 313.04 (see Env-Sw 300 Permits).
The fee is calculated according to Env-Sw 310.05 (see Env-Sw 300 Permits).
Typically within10 days after the application is deemed complete.
Permit issued for the time period required to complete the emergency response action(s) identified in the permit and complete facility closure.
Notification of changes must be submitted in writing to the Solid Waste Permitting and Design Review Section prior any change(s) to the application upon which the permit was issued or amended.
Permits cannot be transferred to a new owner.
Status of Current Applications
Permit Applications Currently Under Review or Recently Approved or Denied
If strict compliance with a particular rule would cause a hardship to the certificate holder or result in an adverse effect on the environment or public health and safety, a waiver to the particular rule may be granted. The applicant must complete an Application for Waiverand submit any supporting documentation.
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