Nonhazardous Solid Waste Impoundment Guidance
The next meeting is tentatively scheduled for November 6, 2019.
DEQ invites the public to participate in the development of guidance pertaining to the regulation of pumpable waste received at nonhazardous solid waste impoundments under the Solid Waste Management Rules (IDAPA 58.01.06). The guidance will apply to facilities commercially receiving solid waste from off-site where: (1) the waste does not pass the paint filter test prior to placement in an impoundment unit, and (2) operations are not otherwise regulated under a discharge or land application permit.
Facilities engaged in food processing or other manufacturing or industrial activities with on-site treatment of liquid waste are not affected by this guidance initiative. Those facilities generally do not receive off-site waste and are often regulated through discharge permits or land application permits.
Stakeholders may include: Owners and operators of existing or proposed impoundment facilities commercially accepting liquid or pumpable waste, owners and operators of approved landfills with impoundment facilities inside and outside their certified areas commercially accepting liquid waste, pumpable waste haulers and generators, local governments addressing issues related to these facilities, and the affected public.
For more information on this guidance initiative, including its background, scope, and goals, please refer to the Discussion Paper: Nonhazardous Solid Waste Impoundments (NSWIs) in Idaho. Please check back often as the contents of this page will change.
At the next scheduled meeting identified below, Stakeholders will have the opportunity to comment on Draft 3 of the NSWI guidance document, as well as the Example Form Pumpable Waste Profile, and applicable (highlighted) portions of the Site Approval Application and the Design Approval Application.
|November 6, 2019,
1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. MDT
To request phone or web conferencing, email NSWI-Guidance@deq.idaho.gov.
Draft Guidance Documents
Formal Written Comments
Public Comment Opportunities
To receive future electronic notices pertaining to this guidance initiative, please provide your email address to NSWI-Guidance@deq.idaho.gov.
Submit all written comments by mail, fax or, email to:
Idaho Department of Environmental Quality
1410 N. Hilton, Boise, ID 83706
Fax: (208) 373-0154