Minnesota Administrative Rules
Pollution Control Agency
7037 - PETROLEUM CONTAMINATED SOIL MANAGEMENT
7037.2600 - NOTIFICATION OF SOIL SPREADING.
Subpart 1. In general.
An owner or operator shall furnish the information specified in subpart 2 to the commissioner on a form prescribed by the commissioner, within ten days after spreading a batch of petroleum contaminated soil.Subp. 2. Notification information.
The following information must be submitted:
A. name, business name, address, and telephone number for the following persons:
(1) the owner;
(2) the operator; and
(3) the person or persons who completed the submitted information;
B. legal description of the approved land treatment site, including quarter section, section, township, range, town or city name, and county;
C. the generator, business name, address, and county for the release site from which the petroleum contaminated soil originated;
D. agency release site identification number, if the release is from a petroleum storage tank;
E. area of land used for land treatment of the batch of petroleum contaminated soil, in square feet or in acres to the nearest one-tenth acre;
F. volume of the batch of petroleum contaminated soil spread at the land treatment site, in cubic yards;
G. average spreading thickness, in inches;
H. dates of spreading and incorporating the petroleum contaminated soil; and
I. a land treatment site map as described in part 7037.1400, subpart 1, item E, showing the actual plot area used for the batch of petroleum contaminated soil.Subp. 3. Local government notification.
An applicant shall furnish a copy of the information required in subpart 2 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.Statutory Authority:
MS s 116.07History:
17 SR 2914Published Electronically:
November 3, 1998