7001.3425 FINAL APPLICATION INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS FOR DEMOLITION DEBRIS LAND DISPOSAL FACILITIES.
The application for a demolition debris land disposal facility permit must include the following information in addition to the information required by part 7001.3300:
a calculation of site capacity and operating life;
the detailed plans and engineer's report specifying the manner in which the facility will be constructed and operated to control run-on and run-off;
a description of the procedures to be used in controlling the wind dispersion of particulate matter and fugitive dust;
a phase development plan showing the progressive development of trench or area fills and the construction associated with each phase;
a cross-section plan with a vertical scale of one inch equals ten feet and a horizontal scale of one inch equals 100 feet, including a minimum of two cross-sections per phase, perpendicular to one another, showing the existing grades, the excavation grade, the final grade, the water table profile, and the profile and identity of the bedrock, as applicable;
a complete soils evaluation, including individual boring logs, as required in part 7035.2825;
a hydrogeologic study completed in accordance with parts 7001.3275 and 7035.2825, the extent of which will be determined by the commissioner based on the location, proposed operational practices, and the types of waste expected;
the methods to be followed to control noise and access to the facility;
a list of the equipment to be used at the site including the model, capacity, number, and ability to handle bulky items;
a description of the proposed ground water monitoring system required by part 7035.2825, subpart 12;
a listing of any other permits required for the facility;
an inspection procedure for the facility operator to determine that only permitted wastes are received at the facility; and
any additional information the commissioner determines to be necessary to meet the requirements of parts 7035.2525 to 7035.2805 and 7035.2825.