[Ord. No. 228 §708.1, 5-10-1990]
The following regulations shall apply to every lot, parcel or site in the Sanitary and Debris Landfill District.
[Ord. No. 228 §708.2, 5-10-1990]
To establish land areas within the City for regulated sanitary and debris landfill operation and procedures for making application and securing a permit to do so.
[Ord. No. 228 §708.3, 5-10-1990]
Sanitary and debris landfill operations conforming to the City and State regulations and licensing requirements.
[Ord. No. 228 §708.4, 5-10-1990]
Listed herein are the density and appurtenant requirements within the "SL" — Sanitary and Debris Landfill District.
[Ord. No. 228 §708.5, 5-10-1990]
The following shall constitute the procedures necessary within the "SL" — Sanitary and Debris Landfill District.
Application for permit to operate landfill shall be filed with the City and shall contain:
A description and plot of the land where the landfill is proposed, to include:
Scale. One (1) inch to two hundred (200) feet.
Site existing topography at five (5) foot contour intervals.
Present land use and all natural features such as natural watercourses and drainage areas, forested areas, historic sites.
Ownership of the subject and abutting properties.
An operational plan indicating the type and location of transportation facilities, roadways and easements available and their intended use and loading; the type and location of utilities and power facilities to be used; fire, nuisance and vermin control; extent of earth work and fill operations planned; interim stormwater retention and drainage; topsoil storage and retention; and estimated daily or weekly volume of solid waste to be placed in the landfill.
Closure plans to include reshaping and final grading of the site and respreading any retained topsoil after the operation has ceased, showing final contours at five (5) foot intervals and stormwater retention and drainage, to accommodate the land's ready re-use for park, recreation and/or agricultural purposes.
A performance bond posted with the City and equal to the tax assessment valuation amount, the maximum allowed by the State for such bonding purposes or five thousand dollars ($5,000.00), whichever is greater, for:
[Ord. No. 228 §708.6, 5-10-1990]
Failure to observe these regulations shall be sufficient grounds for suspension or revocation of the permit as hereinafter provided.
All garbage and other refuse accepted by the permittee shall be thoroughly compacted by equipment of sufficient weight and capacity to carry out all necessary operations. Sufficient auxiliary equipment shall be available to the site or otherwise available to continue operations in case of equipment breakdown.
Mixed refuse material shall be spread on the landfill's working face so the depth does not exceed two (2) feet prior to its compaction.
The landfill area shall be continually policed to prevent fire and smoke and the blowing of papers, shall be neat and orderly at all times and shall be covered at the end of each day's operation, as well as when wind conditions warrant it through the day, with sufficient material to prevent blowing papers and unsightly conditions.
A minimum depth of twelve (12) inches of compacted cover and final spread cover material shall be kept on all inactive faces of the landfill at all times. The active faces of the landfill shall be covered at the end of each day's operation with at least six (6) inches of covered material.
When the fill has been brought up to two (2) feet below the desired finished grade, it shall be covered with at least twenty-four (24) inches of compacted cover material graded and seeded in an erosion-preventative manner. The finally-graded and seeded finished fill surface shall be maintained by the operator for a period of two (2) years after filling operations have been completed.
Where the trench system of sanitary landfill is used, successive parallel trenches must be separated by an adequate inter-trench area.
Where the landfill operation is conducted in a ravine, the ravine side shall be terraced prior to land-filling if the slope of the ravine side is 1:1 or greater.
In the event refuse material exists on the site at the time the permit is issued, whether in the form of an open dump or any other form, such refuse material shall be collected, compacted and overlaid with cover material at least two (2) feet in depth at the finished grade, or with at least six (6) inches of cover material on areas in which landfilling operations will be conducted. This cover operation shall be completed within fifteen (15) working days after the permit issuance for the sanitary landfill, unless some other period of time is specified in the permit.
The operator shall erect such temporary or permanent fences or take other measures as may be necessary to reasonably control blowing of paper and other materials from the landfill.
Access to the landfill site shall be controlled by proper fencing, gates, locks and other measures necessary to control access. No solid waste shall be deposited in the landfill unless it is in full operation and all unauthorized persons are excluded from the landfill area.
The salvage or scavenging of materials from the landfill is prohibited.
The burning of solid waste on the landfill site is prohibited.
No landfill operations shall be conducted so that fill will be placed in stream beds or other areas where streams would be obstructed or where erosion by the stream would remove cover material. There shall be no seepage or drainage of any material from the fill of such nature as would constitute an odor nuisance or health hazard, or pollute any watercourse or underground water aquifer.
The permittee shall provide an access road passable in all types of weather conditions.
The permittee shall provide such surface drainage facilities on the landfill site for storm water, to prevent standing pools of water on the finished face of the landfill six (6) hours after the last precipitation.
The permittee shall take such measures as are necessary to control dust.
[Ord. No. 228 §708.7, 5-10-1990]
The provisions of this Section may be enforced by the State Department of Health and Environment or any authorized representative thereof, hereinafter designated the Sanitary Landfill Inspector. This Section shall be enforced through frequent inspections of the sanitary landfill sites, to determine satisfactory compliance with regulations promulgated hereunder.
The operator of a sanitary landfill shall give the Sanitary Landfill Inspector free access to the landfill site for the purpose of making such inspections as are necessary to determine compliance with the requirements of this regulation. The Sanitary Landfill Inspector shall notify in writing, any permit holder who is violating the provisions of this regulation of the specific manner in which the regulation is being violated. In the event the permit holder refuses to correct a violation within a reasonable time after notice in writing from the Sanitary Landfill Inspector, the permit to operate a sanitary landfill may be revoked after suitable public hearing before the Commission.
[Ord. No. 228 §708.8, 5-10-1990]
Whenever any sanitary landfill permit provided for in this regulation has been revoked, the holder may, at the time file a written application for reinstatement with the City, together with a signed statement that all violations of the provisions of this Section have been corrected. The Sanitary Landfill Inspector shall make a reinspection of the landfill site and if he finds that all violations have in fact been corrected, he shall so notify the Commission in writing. The Commission may reinstate the permit after a reinstatement fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) is paid to the City.
[Ord. No. 228 §708.9, 5-10-1990]
Where State law requires State permits, the issuance of a City permit does not relieve the applicant from acquiring necessary State permits.