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Delaware Solid Waste: What you need to know

Governing Law and Regulations

Delaware Environmental Protection Act, 7 Delaware Code (Del. C.) 60 and Delaware Solid Waste Authority Act, 7 Del. C. 64

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7 Delaware Administrative Code (DE Admin Code) 1301

Regulations of the Delaware Solid Waste Authority (DSWA): 1 DE Admin Code 501.2.0 to 501.10.0

Overview of DNREC rules: 7 DE Admin Code 1301.2

Definitions: 7 DE Admin Code 1301.3 and 1 DE Admin Code 501.2.0

DNREC permits: 7 DE Admin Code 1301.4

Applicability: 7 DE Admin Code 1301.4.1.1.1

Application procedures: 7 DE Admin Code 1301.4.1.2

Permit renewal and modification: 7 DE Admin Code 1301.4.1.6 to 1301.4.1.8

Construction and operating permits: 7 DE Admin Code 1301.4.2 to 1301.4.6

Design and operation: 7 DE Admin Code 1301.5, 7 DE Admin Code 1301.6, 7 DE Admin Code 1301.9, and 7 DE Admin Code 1301.10

Financial responsibility:

Mechanisms: 7 DE Admin Code 1301.4.1.11.2

Cost estimates: 7 DE Admin Code 1301.4.1.11.3 to 1301.4.1.11.5

Recordkeeping and reporting:

Resource recovery facilities: 7 DE Admin Code 1301.9.4.3 and 7 DE Admin Code 1301.9.4.4

Transfer stations: 7 DE Admin Code 1301.10.5.3 and 7 DE Admin Code 1301.10.5.4

Sanitary landfills: 7 DE Admin Code 1301.5.9.3 and 7 DE Admin Code 1301.5.9.4

Industrial landfills: 7 DE Admin Code 1301.6.9.3 and 7 DE Admin Code 1301.6.9.4

Composting and recycling facilities: 7 DE Admin Code 1301.2.5

Special wastes:

Municipal solid waste ash: 7 DE Admin Code 1301.11, Part 2

DSWA rules:

Licensing requirement: 1 DE Admin Code 501.3.0 to 501.3.25

License application: 1 DE Admin Code 501.3.11 to 501.3.15

Insurance: 1 DE Admin Code 501.3.6

Large licensee requirements: 1 DE Admin Code 501.3.4

Small licensee requirements: 1 DE Admin Code 501.3.5

Visible license: 1 DE Admin Code 501.3.3

Acceptable wastes: 1 DE Admin ...


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