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Kentucky Solid Waste: What you need to know

Governing Law and Regulations

Solid (nonhazardous) waste law and rules: Kentucky Revised Statutes (KRS) 224.43-010 to 224.43-815, KRS 224.40-100 to 224.40-650, KRS 224.50-760, KRS 224.50-850 to 224.50-880, and regulations at 401 Kentucky Administrative Regulations (KAR) 30:005 to 30:040, and 401 KAR 45:010 to 49:210

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Design and operating standards for solid waste facilities: 401 KAR 48:005 to 48:320

Permitting requirements for solid waste facilities: 401 KAR 47:005 to 47:207

Applicability: 401 KAR 47:080 and 401 KAR 47:100

Permit-by-rule requirements for solid waste facilities: 401 KAR 47:150, Section 1

Registered permit-by-rule requirements for solid waste facilities: 401 KAR 47:110 and 401 KAR 47:080, Section 2(6)

Local determination: KRS 224.40-315

Permit application process:

Overview: 401 KAR 47:100

Notice of intent (NOI) application for solid waste facilities: 401 KAR 47:170

Administrative application for solid waste facilities: 401 KAR 47:180

Technical application for solid waste facilities: 401 KAR 47:190

Special wastes: KRS 224.50-760 and 401 KAR 45:010 to 45:250

Permit-by-rule standards for special wastes: 401 KAR 45:060, Section 1

Registered permit-by-rule standards for special wastes: 401 KAR 45:070, Section 1

Financial assurance: 401 KAR 48:310

Recordkeeping:

Landfills: 401 KAR 47:190, Sections 8(3) to (5)

Permit by rule facilities: 401 KAR 47:110, Section 2(3)

Special waste landfarming facilities: 401 KAR 45:100, Section 6(18) and 401 KAR 45:100, Section 6(19)

Special waste landfills: 401 KAR 47:100, Section 4

Waste tire facilities: KRS 224.50-874

Training rules:

Solid waste facilities: 401 KAR 47:070, Section 7

Special waste facilities: 401 KAR 45:090, Section 6

Waste tires: KRS 224.50-850 to 224.50-880

Applicability: KRS ...


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