DEQ Form 515-851 "Land Disposal Facility Inspection Report" - Oklahoma

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OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
Permit No. ___________________
LAND DISPOSAL FACILITY INSPECTION REPORT
County
___________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Facility Name
Owner/Operator
Phone
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Mailing Address
OAC 252:515
Non-
Remarks
Item
critical
Critical
Each item includes a summary of requirements. Violations found should be
marked as non-critical or critical and explained in remarks. Item numbers
inspected should be circled.
Groundwater Monitoring (Subchapter 9)
 Correct # of wells & properly maintained
 Background monitoring completed
 Detection monitoring, proper frequency & parameters
 Statistical analysis submitted w/i 60 days of sampling (Trend
1
analysis for C/D landfills)
 Perform assessment monitoring, if required
 Perform corrective action, if required
Leachate Management (Subchapter 13, Parts 3 & 5)
 Annual LCS header pipe cleanouts
 Quarterly LCS inspections
 AST, UST, Sfc. Impoundment managed in a manner to prevent
contamination
2
 Recirculation: approved plan, proper location, testing
 Irrigation: approved plan, proper location, testing
 POTW: approval of POTW, meets POTW requirements
 OPDES: discharged under OPDES permit, meets requirements
 Other management approved by DEQ
Methane Gas Monitoring (Subchapter 15)
Applies to MSWLFs only
Correct # of gas probes & properly maintained
3
Sampling ports installed on all probes
Quarterly monitoring
DEQ notified of exceedances w/i 7 days
Remediation plan approved/properly implemented
Stormwater Management (Subchapter 17)
Run-on/run-off controls implemented
Prevent discharge of contam. stormwater (except under an OPDES
4
permit)
Quarterly visual examination of non-contam. stormwater discharges
NELM monitoring for each discharge of contam. stormwater
Prohibited Wastes (19-31)
Prevent disposal of hazardous, radioactive, PCB, medical waste
5
Prevent disposal of asbestos & NHIW unless authorized by permit
C/D landfill only receives C/D waste
NHIW landfill only receives waste authorized by permit
Public Access Control (19-32)
Barriers in place to discourage unauthorized traffic & uncontrolled
6
dumping
Measuring Waste (19-33)
All waste weighed or measured (all landfills)
Scales at or within 5 miles (MSWLF, C/D, & certain NHIW only)
7
Annual certification of scales (if installed)
Monthly waste reports (MSWLF, C/D, & certain NHIW only)
Quarterly returns & fees (MSWLF, C/D, & certain NHIW only)
Limitations on Waste Received (19-34)
Can’t take > 200 tpd from > 50 mi. unless MSWLF with
liner/leachate collection system & in full compliance, or other land
8
disposal facility that is properly constructed & in full compliance
Can’t take > 200 tpd from out of state unless equipped with
liner/leachate collection system, disposal plan, & in full compliance
Litter Control (19-35)
Exempt if all waste managed is not conducive to blowing
9
Signs posted requiring covered loads
Using litter fences or other methods to prevent litter
Ensuring users unload waste to minimize scattering
Collecting litter from site weekly, or more often
Approach roads kept clean of litter
Air Criteria (19-36)
Comply with Clean Air Act
10
Open burning prohibited
Prevent discharge of fugitive dust beyond property boundary
Manage asbestos properly, if accepted
Disease Vector Control (19-37)
11
Exempt if only non-putrescible waste is received
Control disease vectors
Placement of Waste (19-38)
No placement of waste in waters of the state
12
Maintain 50’/100’ (or smaller if approved) waste-free buffer zones
Salvage/Recycling (19-39)
Activities IAW DEQ approved plan
13
Activities done away from working face
Adopted June 2003
Revised February 2018
DEQ Form #515-851
OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
Permit No. ___________________
LAND DISPOSAL FACILITY INSPECTION REPORT
County
___________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Facility Name
Owner/Operator
Phone
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Mailing Address
OAC 252:515
Non-
Remarks
Item
critical
Critical
Each item includes a summary of requirements. Violations found should be
marked as non-critical or critical and explained in remarks. Item numbers
inspected should be circled.
Groundwater Monitoring (Subchapter 9)
 Correct # of wells & properly maintained
 Background monitoring completed
 Detection monitoring, proper frequency & parameters
 Statistical analysis submitted w/i 60 days of sampling (Trend
1
analysis for C/D landfills)
 Perform assessment monitoring, if required
 Perform corrective action, if required
Leachate Management (Subchapter 13, Parts 3 & 5)
 Annual LCS header pipe cleanouts
 Quarterly LCS inspections
 AST, UST, Sfc. Impoundment managed in a manner to prevent
contamination
2
 Recirculation: approved plan, proper location, testing
 Irrigation: approved plan, proper location, testing
 POTW: approval of POTW, meets POTW requirements
 OPDES: discharged under OPDES permit, meets requirements
 Other management approved by DEQ
Methane Gas Monitoring (Subchapter 15)
Applies to MSWLFs only
Correct # of gas probes & properly maintained
3
Sampling ports installed on all probes
Quarterly monitoring
DEQ notified of exceedances w/i 7 days
Remediation plan approved/properly implemented
Stormwater Management (Subchapter 17)
Run-on/run-off controls implemented
Prevent discharge of contam. stormwater (except under an OPDES
4
permit)
Quarterly visual examination of non-contam. stormwater discharges
NELM monitoring for each discharge of contam. stormwater
Prohibited Wastes (19-31)
Prevent disposal of hazardous, radioactive, PCB, medical waste
5
Prevent disposal of asbestos & NHIW unless authorized by permit
C/D landfill only receives C/D waste
NHIW landfill only receives waste authorized by permit
Public Access Control (19-32)
Barriers in place to discourage unauthorized traffic & uncontrolled
6
dumping
Measuring Waste (19-33)
All waste weighed or measured (all landfills)
Scales at or within 5 miles (MSWLF, C/D, & certain NHIW only)
7
Annual certification of scales (if installed)
Monthly waste reports (MSWLF, C/D, & certain NHIW only)
Quarterly returns & fees (MSWLF, C/D, & certain NHIW only)
Limitations on Waste Received (19-34)
Can’t take > 200 tpd from > 50 mi. unless MSWLF with
liner/leachate collection system & in full compliance, or other land
8
disposal facility that is properly constructed & in full compliance
Can’t take > 200 tpd from out of state unless equipped with
liner/leachate collection system, disposal plan, & in full compliance
Litter Control (19-35)
Exempt if all waste managed is not conducive to blowing
9
Signs posted requiring covered loads
Using litter fences or other methods to prevent litter
Ensuring users unload waste to minimize scattering
Collecting litter from site weekly, or more often
Approach roads kept clean of litter
Air Criteria (19-36)
Comply with Clean Air Act
10
Open burning prohibited
Prevent discharge of fugitive dust beyond property boundary
Manage asbestos properly, if accepted
Disease Vector Control (19-37)
11
Exempt if only non-putrescible waste is received
Control disease vectors
Placement of Waste (19-38)
No placement of waste in waters of the state
12
Maintain 50’/100’ (or smaller if approved) waste-free buffer zones
Salvage/Recycling (19-39)
Activities IAW DEQ approved plan
13
Activities done away from working face
Adopted June 2003
Revised February 2018
DEQ Form #515-851
Recordkeeping/Reporting (19-40)
Maintain operating record
14
Submit records to DEQ
Submit monthly NHIW reports to DEQ (31-4)
Slope Limits (19-50)
15
Interior slopes: no steeper than 3:1
Exterior slopes: no steeper than 4:1
Slope correction submitted within 60 days if required
Daily Cover (19-51)
6” waste-free soil cover daily (MSWLF), weekly (C/D), or in
16
accordance with permit (NHIW), or approved alternative
More frequent application as needed for control of litter, vectors,
odors, etc.
Intermediate Cover (19-52)
18” waste-free soil, or approved alternative, on areas without final
17
cover or run-off controls
Final Cover (19-53)
All areas have minimum 2’ waste-free clay overlain with 1’ waste-
18
free soil capable of sustaining vegetation, or approved alternative
25:1 top slopes, 4:1 side slopes
Vegetation established
Vegetative Cover (19-54)
Applies only to commercial landfills > 50’ & 200 tpd
19
Vegetation plan required
Vegetation in areas undisturbed > 90 days
Soil Borrow Areas (19-55)
20
Reclaim within 180 days when no longer used
Liquids Restrictions (19-71 thru 19-74)
Applies to MSWLFs only
Bulk liquids prohibited, with exceptions
21
Containers of liquid prohibited, with exceptions
Sewage passes PFLT
Approved bulking plan, if bulking on site
Control of Emissions (19-75)
Applies to MSWLFs only
22
Comply with NSPS, if required
Closure (Subchapter 25, Part 3)
Approved closure plan
Closed IAW plan & rules
23
Closure certification (includes PE certification for > 5000 population
or population equivalent)
County land records notice
Post-Closure (Subchapter 25, Part 5)
Approved post-closure plan
Access controls maintained
Groundwater/gas monitoring performed
Leachate managed IAW Subchapter 13
24
Final cover maintained
Annual report submitted
Post-closure certification (includes PE certification for > 5000
population or population equivalent)
Cost Estimates & Financial Assurance (Subchapter 27)
Life of site calculations submitted NLT 4/1 of each year
Cost estimates approved by DEQ
Cost estimates adjusted annually
Trust fund/escrow: properly funded based on 15-yr pay-in or
25
economic life of site, whichever is shorter
Corporate test submitted w/i 90 days of end of corporate fiscal year
Municipal test submitted w/i 180 days of end of municipal fiscal
year
Other mechanisms funding equal to approved cost estimates
Waste Exclusion (Subchapter 29)
N/A for C/D & generator-owned NHIW landfills, except rej. Waste
notification
WEP approved & properly implemented
Random inspections performed IAW approved WEP
26
Inspection records maintained
Training (8-hr initial, 4-hr. annual refresher)
Trained personnel on site at all times when receiving waste
DEQ notified of rejected waste
Safe storage of rejected waste
Proper disposal & verification of disposal
Miscellaneous
In compliance with permit conditions, requirements of DEQ
27
NOVs/Orders not identified above, other requirements of OAC
252:515, other DEQ rules
Purpose of Visit
Operating Status
Action
[ ]
Routine Inspection
[ ]
Active
[ ]
None
[ ]
NOV Follow-up (Case No. ____________)
[ ]
Closed (date entered PC _____________)
[ ]
Notice to comply
[ ]
Order Follow-up (Case No. ___________)
[ ]
Other (identify _____________________)
[ ]
Complaint Investigation (Complaint No. _____________)
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____
ECLS Inspector
LPD Inspector
Date
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