(1) Every permit application shall be on a format supplied by the department and shall contain the following information:
(a) Contact information for the facility owner, and the facility operator and property owner if different, including contact name, company name, mailing address, phone fax, and e-mail;
(b) Identification of the type of facility that is to be permitted;
(c) Identification of any other permit (local, state or federal) in effect at the site;
(d) A vicinity plan or map (having a minimum scale of 1:24,000) that shall show the area within one mile (1.6 km) of the property boundaries of the facility in terms of the existing and proposed zoning and land uses within that area, residences, and access roads, and other existing and proposed man-made or natural features that may impact the operation of the facility;
(e) Evidence of compliance with chapter 197-11
WAC, SEPA rules;
(f) Information as required under the appropriate facility permit application subsection of this chapter; and
(g) Any additional information as requested by the jurisdictional health department or the department.
(2) Engineering plans, reports, specifications, programs, and manuals submitted to the jurisdictional health department or the department shall be prepared and certified by an individual licensed to practice engineering in the state of Washington, in an engineering discipline appropriate for the solid waste facility type or activity.
(3) Signature and verification of applicants:
(a) All applications for permits shall be accompanied by evidence of authority to sign the application and shall be signed by the owner or operator as follows:
(i) In the case of corporations, by a duly authorized principal executive officer of at least the level of vice-president; in the case of a partnership or limited partnership, by:
(A) A general partner;
(B) Proprietor; or
(C) In case of sole proprietorship, by the proprietor;
(ii) In the case of a municipal, state, or other government entity, by a duly authorized principal executive officer or elected official.
(b) Applications shall be signed or attested to by, or on behalf of, the owner or operator, in respect to the veracity of all statements therein; or shall bear an executed statement by, or on behalf of, the owner or operator to the effect that false statements made therein are made under penalty of perjury.
(c) The signature of the applicant shall be notarized on the permit application form.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.95 RCW. 03-03-043 (Order 99-24), § 173-350-715, filed 1/10/03, effective 2/10/03.]