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Minnesota Corrective Action: What you need to know

Governing Law and Regulations

Corrective action standards and requirements for treatment, storage, and disposal facilities (TSDFs): Minnesota Rules (MR) 7045.0484 and MR 7045.0485

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Cost estimate for corrective action: MR 7045.0512

Financial assurance for corrective action: MR 7045.0514 and MR 7045.0516

Groundwater protection: MR 7045.0484

Rules for staging piles: MR 7045.0547

Rules for temporary units (TUs): MR 7045.0546

Rules for corrective action management units (CAMUs): MR 7045.0545 and MR 7045.0548

Composting petroleum-contaminated soil: MR 7037.0100 to 7037.3700

Regulatory Agencies

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) Industrial Division Land and Air Compliance Section Hazardous Waste Compliance Unit

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 5

See ADDRESSES & CONTACTS for addresses and telephone numbers.

See national section for basic information and federal regulations.

Comparison: State vs. Federal

Rules. Minnesota follows the corrective action rules for hazardous and solid (nonhazardous) waste management units with additional state standards for these units at TSDFs. Minnesota has adopted by reference (with a few state variations) the federal rules for corrective action management units (CAMUs), temporary units (TUs) and staging piles, including 40 CFR 264.555 (placement of CAMU-eligible wastes in off-site hazardous waste landfills), although the state has slightly revised this rule. See the national section CORRECTIVE ACTION to review the federal rules.

Administration and enforcement. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency's (MPCA) Land and Air Compliance Section administers and enforces the corrective action requirements in Minnesota.

State Requirements

GROUNDWATER PROTECTION

MR 7045.0484

MPCA's corrective action rules differ from the federal rules in two major areas regarding groundwater. First, Minnesota requires the owner or operator to begin corrective action within 1 week after the groundwater protection standard is exceeded, unless a different period is established in the permit (


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