Minnesota Administrative Rules
Pollution Control Agency
7037 - PETROLEUM CONTAMINATED SOIL MANAGEMENT
7037.0600 - MANAGEMENT OF PETROLEUM CONTAMINATED SOIL CONTAINING HAZARDOUS WASTE.

Universal Citation: MN Rules 7037.0600
7037.0600 MANAGEMENT OF PETROLEUM CONTAMINATED SOIL CONTAINING HAZARDOUS WASTE.

A generator shall manage petroleum contaminated soil as a hazardous waste in accordance with chapter 7045 if:

A. the soil contaminated with a leaded petroleum product displays the toxicity characteristic for lead;

B. the soil is contaminated with any hazardous waste listed in part 7045.0135, including PCBs at a concentration equal to or greater than 50 parts per million;

C. the total halogen level is equal to or greater than 1,000 parts per million, unless the generator rebuts the presumption that the soil contains a hazardous waste, as given in part 7037.0500, subpart 4, item B; or

D. the complete TCLP of the soil displays the toxicity characteristic of part 7045.0131 for any of the constituents included in code G in part 7037.0500, subpart 2.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 116.07

History:

17 SR 2914

Published Electronically:

November 3, 1998

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