Minnesota Administrative Rules
Pollution Control Agency
7037 - PETROLEUM CONTAMINATED SOIL MANAGEMENT
7037.1400 - APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS TO LAND TREAT A BATCH OF PETROLEUM CONTAMINATED SOIL.

Universal Citation: MN Rules 7037.1400
7037.1400 APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS TO LAND TREAT A BATCH OF PETROLEUM CONTAMINATED SOIL.
Subpart 1. Land treatment site information.

The application to land treat a batch of petroleum contaminated soil at an approved land treatment site or permitted facility must include the following information:

A. name, business name, address, and telephone number for the following persons:

(1) the owner of the land treatment site or facility;

(2) the operator of the approved land treatment site or facility; and

(3) the person or persons who completed the submitted application;

B. legal description of the approved land treatment site or facility, including quarter section, section, township, range, town or city name, and county;

C. total volume of all petroleum contaminated soil, in cubic yards, from other releases currently stored or previously spread at the land treatment site or facility;

D. area of the plot proposed for the batch of petroleum contaminated soil, in square feet or in acres to the nearest one-tenth acre; and

E. a map of the land treatment site, drawn to a scale not greater than 50 feet per inch, which shows the following:

(1) plot proposed in the application for land treatment; and

(2) all plots previously used for land treatment.

Subp. 2. Petroleum contaminated soil information. The application to land treat a batch of petroleum contaminated soil at an approved land treatment site or permitted facility must include the following information:

A. the name of the generator, business name, address, and county for the release site from which the petroleum contaminated soil originated;

B. agency release site identification number, if the release is from a petroleum storage tank;

C. volume of petroleum contaminated soil, in cubic yards, to be land treated;

D. proposed spreading thickness, in inches;

E. projected dates of spreading and incorporating the petroleum contaminated soil; and

F. analytical results for samples of the petroleum contaminated soil taken and analyzed required in part 7037.0500, including copies of laboratory reports and chain of custody forms.

Subp. 3. Soil nutrient information.

An applicant shall furnish a description of the nutrient status of the land treatment plot. This description must contain the information required under part 7037.3600.

Subp. 4. Local government notification.

An applicant shall furnish a copy of the information required in subparts 2 to 4 to the appropriate local government officials listed under part 7037.1200, subpart 3, at the same time or prior to submittal of the information to the commissioner.

Subp. 5. Border marking.

At the time an application to land treat a batch of petroleum contaminated soil is submitted to the commissioner, the borders of the proposed plot must be marked on all corners and midway between all corners using conspicuous stakes or flags.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 116.07

History:

17 SR 2914

Published Electronically:

November 3, 1998

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