Compilation of Rules and Regulations of the State of Georgia
Department 672 - STATE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION.
Chapter 672-10 - TRANSPORTATION OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
Rule 672-10-.02 - Permit Requirements and Letters of Intent

Universal Citation: GA Rules and Regs r 672-10-.02

RULE 672-10-.02. Permit Requirements and Letters of Intent

(1) Permits are required for all loads of liquified natural gas (LNG), all loads of polychlorinated biphenal (PCB), and all loads of radioactive materials which are transported on an exclusive use vehicle, or are spent fuels, or have a Transportation Index in excess of 50, or which are "Large Quantities" as defined in 49 CFR, those being more than 20 curies of Transport Groups I and II, more than 200 curies of Transport Groups III and IV, more than 5,000 curies of Transport Group V, more than 50,000 curies of Transport Groups VI and VII, or more than 5,000 curies of any "Special Form" material.

(2) Movers of hazardous materials not requiring a permit as specified in (1) above shall initially, and annually thereafter, declare in writing to the Georgia Department of Transportation their intent to transport or continue to transport hazardous materials within the State, furnishing the following information:

(a) Name and address of the mover;

(b) Name, address, and phone number of the individual in responsible charge of the movements;

(c) The estimated number of trips and the types and quantities of hazardous materials to be transported per trip.

Ga. L. 1979, pp. 789, 794; Ga. L. 1973, pp. 947, 982 (Ga. Code of Public Transportation, ยง 95A-303); Ga. L. 1964, p. 338, as amended (Ga. Code Ann. Chapter 3A).

(Original Rule entitled "Permit Requirements and Letters of Intent" was filed on September 20, 1979; effective October. 10, 1979.)
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