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That draft policy has not been adopted by the Agency, and therefore, the preamble language is irrelevant. The decisions as to which land disposal facilities formd be permitted first, and why, must be made carefully.
If an interim status facility is seeking an operating permit or viii be required to obtain a post-closure permit, any S h action at that facility should be designed to meet the needs of the permitting process deepart the extent possible. The Permit Assistance Teams are avatlable to assist you.
In general, EPA will need to obtain the following information in order to determine whether a facility is in compliance with section u: In the case of the first, you suggested a RCRA permit waiver for voluntary cleanups, contingent upon compliance with certain reporting, handling, design, and operation standards similar to the standards currently found in 40 CFR Part This rule makes a distinction between injection wells and infiltration galleries for RCRA treatment and compliance schedules, but does not provide a detailed definition of an infiltration gallery as opposed to an injection well.
Further, the t facility i. Thank you for keeping me informed on this issue. Furthermore, these authorities may be used in combination.
The first enables the gicnal inistrator or the Assistant Mministrator for Solid Waste and D rgency sponse to determine that there is or has been a release of hazardous waste at or frau a RC A interim status facility. If the facility as closed before reCe uing a fuLl Part 3 permit. Since guidance on the hearing procedures has been signed by the Assistant Administrator for Enforcement and Compliance Monitoring and the Assistant Administrator for Solid Waste and This has been retyped from the original document.
Yes, the proposed codification rule dated March 28, 51 R explains that the financial responsibility requirensrtt extends to corrective action beyond the facility boundary.
Elizabeth Maxwell Assistant Regional Counsel Region V In a March 29, memo, you requested clarification of the regulatory status of the ground area around tracks or other areas outside of the immediate treating cylinder area where drippage collects from newly treated wood. Below is a full discussion of each of the issues raised by the Federal agencies and how EPA intends to address them.
Routine and systematic releases constitute, in effect, management of wastes; the area at which this activity has taken place can thus reasonably be considered a solid waste management unit. As a result, some high priority incineration facilities have not yet been called since they are located with land disposal operations. The Part B application contained no information on the. With respect to existing permits containing such provisions, permittees and members of the public have had an opportunity to object to such provisions during the comment period on the draft permit, and to the extent they did not, have zssr waived their rights to do so.
The Agency reserves the right to take any action alleged to be at variance with these policies and proced ires or fkrms is not in i liance with internal office procedures that ray be adopted pursuant to these materials.
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The high permitting priority tor the nerve agent projects is rerlect. This letter summarizes my understanding of the issues we discussed at the September 17 meeting. If releases had occurred, th. In the near future EPA will propose new r.
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An effort is currently underway to clarify the full impact of this provision on the RCRA permit program. Under this method, corrective action would continu, to be addressed a. Section 3O04 u Section u requires every treatment, storage or disposal facility that is seeking a RCRA permit after November 8, to undertake corrective action for releases of hazardous waste or hazardous constituents from solid waste management units SWMUsregardless of when the waste was placed in the unit involved.
Information regarding groundwater contamination should be solicited from the states, and may also be available from interim status quarterly reports and other sources. This may lead the public to expect that corrective action investigations and clean-up activities will be initiated, even though such conditions could not be properly enforced as noted above. However, if treatment or containment activity were to be continued or initiated after the immediate response is complete, the person performing these activities can no longer take advantage of the Section The order may include a suspension or revocation of authorization to erate.
Section h is not restricted to re edial action for ground-water contanination, hc ever. As you realize, however, your specific recommendations and more generally the issue of voluntary corrective action raise substantial technical, policy, and legal issues. Based on the questions we have been receiving about this issue, as well as our discussions with you, there seems to be a certain amount of confusion over which aspects of proposed Subpart S can legally be relied on in implementing corrective action prior to promulgation of the rule.
Please contact me if your understanding of our meeting differs from the following. Th presence of coke fines in the waatevstsr tnflusnt is also important because that siz. A S h order may be issued whether the facility is operating prior to receiving a permitis closing, or is closed.
Further, some facilities will already have determined that such a release s has occurred. Please let me know if you have anything to add to this summary.
Intermediat, ranges of acci ul. Section u authorizes corrective action only with respect to a release from a solid waste management unit. Corrective action at environmentally significant closing facilities should be completed as expeditiously as possible.