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-.06 - Letters of Intent, Applications, and Permit Fees

Universal Citation: GA Rules and Regs r 672-10-.06

RULE 672-10-.06. Letters of Intent, Applications, and Permit Fees

(1) Letters of Intent to move hazardous materials, applications for permits, and permit fees shall be addressed to the Office of Permits and Enforcement, State Department of Transportation, 940 Virginia Avenue, Building One, Hapeville, Georgia 30354 (telephone--area code 404-656-5428).

(2) Letters of Intent. There is no fee required for the submittal of, or subsequent movement made within the authority of a letter of intent.

(3) Permit Fees. The fees for permits shall be $100.00 for annual permits and $25.00 for a single trip permit. Such fee shall accompany the permit application, or be taken from an escrow account and may be made by cash, company check, money order, or by certified or cashiers check. Personal checks will not be accepted. Checks and money orders shall be made payable to the Department of Transportation, State of Georgia.

(4) Permit Procedures:

(a) Single trip permit, application for. An application for a single trip permit may be made by telephone, by letter, or in person, giving the applicable information required, which shall include the name of the person in the organization who is the primary point of contact for information or action with regard to any movement or emergency situation, and other items of vehicle, load, and emergency action information. The permit fee shall be transmitted to the Office of Permits and Enforcement, State Department of Transportation, prior to the issuance of the permit. The Office of Permits and Enforcement, as requested in the application, may use any of the following methods to transmit a single trip permit to the applicant;

1. Facsimile transmission;

2. Mail;

3. Western Union Telegram;

4. Presentation in person.

(b) Annual Permit. An application for an annual permit shall be made in writing on the prescribed application form (Figure #1).* The application shall be signed and notarized. Upon approval of the application and payment of the required fee, the Office of Permits and Enforcement shall issue the permit by mail or present It to the applicant in person, as requested by the applicant. Any person submitting an application for a "Hazardous Materials" permit shall include as an attachment to the application, an Emergency Action Plan which shall include as a minimum; the phone number and name of the person and alternate in their organization who is the primary point of contact for information or action with regard to any movement or emergency situation; an estimate of the number of trips and types and quantities of hazardous materials to be transported per trip on the permit issued; general information as to the origins, destinations, and route which would be preferred for travel; and a history of actual movements for the preceding three month period.

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 "Letters of Intent, Applications, and Permit Fees" was filed on September 20, 1979; effective October 10, 1979 .)
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