9205.0520 Requirements And Limitations

Published: 2015

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Subpart 1.

Clearance required.

A person who is required to obtain a Pollution Control Agency permit for a commercial waste processing facility to be located within an area of the board's inventory of preferred areas for hazardous waste processing facilities established under Minnesota Statutes, section 115A.09, and which will begin operation after May 9, 1983, must obtain clearance prior to applying for a permit.

Subp. 2.

No property right or exclusive privilege.

Clearance does not convey property rights of any kind or an exclusive privilege.

Subp. 3.

Changed plans.

Clearance entitles an applicant to request a Pollution Control Agency permit only for a commercial waste processing facility substantially similar to the facility described in the application. The applicant must supply the most recent plans for facility development available with the understanding that details of the plan may change as development progresses. If plans for the facility or for facility development change substantially prior to application for a Pollution Control Agency permit, the applicant must submit a new application for clearance.

Subp. 4.

Acquisition or location of property.

Property to be used as the site for the proposed facility need not be acquired or identified by the applicant prior to clearance.