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Senate Bill 0372


Senate Bill 0372

ARCHIVE (2000)

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DIGEST OF SB 372 (Updated March 3, 2000 4:49 PM - DI 69)


Special waste and industrial waste. Eliminates the designation of certain waste as special waste. Defines industrial waste and establishes standards for the disposal of industrial waste. Requires that industrial waste must be disposed of at a solid waste landfill cell or unit that meets certain requirements of federal law unless: (1) the department of environmental management issues a permit providing otherwise; or (2) the industrial waste is generated by a generator that generates not more than 220 pounds of industrial waste per month and is disposed of at a state permitted landfill or waste-to-energy facility. Requires a generator of industrial waste to perform an appropriate waste determination. Requires a generator of industrial waste to notify the landfill that the industrial waste is not hazardous waste and inform the landfill of any special handling requirements. Provides interim standards for the disposal of waste formerly classified as special waste. Provides that a transfer station may not accept industrial waste unless the transfer station is permitted by the department of environmental management to accept the waste. Directs the solid waste management board to adopt rules before July 1, 2001, to reflect the elimination of references in the Indiana code to special waste and the addition of references to industrial waste.
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