Solid Waste Facilities Templates

Welcome to our webpage dedicated to solid waste facilities, also known as solid waste facility or just waste facilities. This page provides comprehensive information and resources related to the permitting, operation, and regulation of these facilities.

At our solid waste facilities, various types of waste materials are managed, processed, and disposed of in an environmentally responsible manner. Our facilities adhere to strict regulations and guidelines to ensure the safe handling and disposal of solid waste, minimizing the impact on the environment and public health.

On this page, you will find a variety of documents and forms related to solid waste facilities. These documents include permit applications, facility plans, waste discharge requirements, and more. Whether you are looking to obtain a permit for a new facility, make modifications to an existing facility, or understand the regulatory requirements, our documents provide valuable guidance and information.

For example, you can find the CIWMB Form 98 Standardized Nonhazardous Ash Solid Waste Facility Permit from California, which details the permit requirements specific to nonhazardous ash waste facilities. There are also instructions for the CALRECYCLE E-1-77 Application for Solid Waste Facility Permit and Waste Discharge Requirements, which provide step-by-step guidance on the application process in California.

If you are in Arizona, you can find the ADEQ Form P&PRU Municipal Solid Waste Landfill Solid Waste Facility Plan Approval Amendment Application, which outlines the requirements for amending a landfill plan approval. In Connecticut, the Form DEP-SW-APP-100 Permit Application for Construction and Operation of a Solid Waste Facility is available, which serves as a comprehensive application form for new solid waste facilities.

No matter which state you are in, we have resources and documents to assist you. Whether you are a facility operator, a permit applicant, a regulatory authority, or simply a concerned citizen, our documents will provide valuable information and guidance on solid waste facility management and regulation.

Explore our comprehensive collection of solid waste facility documents, and feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions or need further assistance. Together, we can promote responsible waste management practices and safeguard our environment for future generations.




  • Default
  • Name
  • Form number
  • Size

This form is used for applying for a permit and waste discharge requirements for solid waste facilities in California. It provides instructions on how to fill out the CALRECYCLE E-1-77 application.

This form is used for applying for an amendment to the approval of a solid waste facility plan for a municipal solid waste landfill in Arizona.

This document is a checklist for submitting an application to amend a Solid Waste Facility Plan Approval for a Municipal Solid Waste Landfill in Arizona. It is used by the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality.

This Form is used for reviewing and approving municipal solid waste landfill solid waste facility plans in Arizona. The checklist helps ensure that all necessary information and documents are included in the application.

This form is used for estimating the closure costs of solid waste facilities in Florida. It provides instructions for completing the DEP Form 62-701.900(28) Closure Cost Estimating Form.

This document provides instructions for completing the DEP Form 62-701.900(5)(B) Solid Waste Facility Financial Guarantee Bond in the state of Florida. It includes details on how to complete the form and what information is required.

This document is a closure cost estimating form used in Florida for solid waste facilities. It is used to calculate the costs involved in closing these facilities.

This document is the Solid Waste Facility Standby Trust Fund Agreement for Florida. It is used to establish a trust fund to cover potential costs and liabilities of solid waste facilities in the state.

This document is a sample groundwater protection plan for a noncommercial construction/demolition solid waste facility in West Virginia. It outlines the steps and measures to protect groundwater during the operation of the facility.

This form is used to register and obtain permission to operate a noncommercial Class D solid waste facility in West Virginia. It is necessary for individuals or organizations planning to handle solid waste in the state.

Loading Icon