Indiana Solid Waste: What you need to know

Governing Law and Regulations

Solid waste management laws and rules: Indiana Code (IC) 13-19-1-1 to 13-19-4-10, IC 13-20-1-1 to 13-20-24-4, and regulations at 329 Indiana Administrative Code (IAC) 1-1-1 to 1-1-4, 329 IAC 10-1-1 to 12-9-7, and 329 IAC 15-1-1 to 16-11-5

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Land disposal facilities: 329 IAC 10

Definition and classification: 329 IAC 10-9-1 to 10-9-5, 329 IAC 10-2-176, and 40 CFR 257.50 to 257.106

Solid waste disposal permit: 329 IAC 10-11-1 to 10-11-7

Exclusions: 329 IAC 10-3-1 and 329 IAC 10-3-2

Municipal solid waste landfills (MSWLFs): 329 IAC 10-2-116 and 329 IAC 10-15-1 to 10-23-7

Restricted Waste Sites Types I and II and Nonmunicipal Solid Waste Landfills: 329 IAC 10-24-1 to 10-31-7

Restricted Waste Sites Type III and construction/demolition (C/D) sites: 329 IAC 10-32-1 to 10-38-7

Financial responsibility for land disposal facilities: 329 IAC 10-39-1 to 10-39-11

Applicability: 329 IAC 10-39-1

Closure cost estimate: 329 IAC 10-39-2

Post-closure cost estimate: 329 IAC 10-39-3

Corrective action cost estimate: 329 IAC 10-39-10(c)

Allowable financial mechanisms: 329 IAC 10-39-2(a) and 329 IAC 10-39-3(a)

Solid waste processing facilities: 329 IAC 11

Classification: 329 IAC 11-2-43 and 329 IAC 11-8-1

Exclusions to the solid waste processing facility rules: 329 IAC 11-3-1 and 329 IAC 11-3-2

General requirements: 329 IAC 11-9-1 to 11-16-3

Closure and financial responsibility: 329 IAC 11-16-1

Training: 329 IAC 12-7-1 to 12-9-7 and 329 IAC 11-13.5-10

Fees: IC 13-20-21 and IC 13-20-22

Annual operation fee: IC 13-20-21-4, IC 13-20-21-8, and IC 13-20-21-12

Permit application, renewal, and modification fees: IC 13-20-21-3

Disposal fee: IC 13-20-21-6, IC 13-20-21-9, and IC 13-20-21-11

Solid waste management fund fee: IC 13-20-22-1 to ...

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