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PDFWAC 173-351-210

Plan of operation.

Each owner or operator must develop, keep, and abide by a plan of operation approved as part of the permitting process in WAC 173-351-700 or through the permit modification process of WAC 173-351-720(6). The plan of operation must describe the facilities' operation and must convey to site operating personnel the concept of operation intended by the designer. The plan of operation must be available for inspection at the request of the jurisdictional health department and the department. The facility must be operated in accordance with the plan of operation or the plan must be so modified with the approval of the jurisdictional health department.
Each plan of operation must include:
(1) How solid wastes are to be handled on-site during its active life including transportation, routine filling, grading, cover, and housekeeping;
(2) How inspections are conducted and their frequency;
(3) Actions to take if there is a fire or explosion;
(4) Actions to take for sudden releases (e.g., failure of run-off containment system);
(5) How equipment such as leachate collection and gas collection equipment are to be operated and maintained;
(6) A safety plan or procedure;
(7) How operators will meet each requirement of WAC 173-351-200 and 173-351-220; and
(8) Other such details as required by the jurisdictional health department.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 70.95.020(3), 70.95.060(1), and 70.95.260 (1), (6). WSR 12-23-009 (Order 07-15), § 173-351-210, filed 11/8/12, effective 12/9/12. Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.95 RCW and 40 C.F.R. 258. WSR 93-22-016, § 173-351-210, filed 10/26/93, effective 11/26/93.]
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