15A ncac 02T .1204 Application Requirements
(a) The requirements in this Rule apply to activities not deemed permitted under Rule .1203 of this Section.
(b) For new and modified sources of CCPs:
(1) Site plans or maps shall be provided to the Division by the applicant depicting the location of the source.
(2) An analysis of the CCPs shall be provided to the Division by the applicant. The analysis shall include all pollutants identified in Rule .1205 of this Section. If the CCPs are to be used in a land application, the analyses shall also include nutrients and micronutrients.
(3) A sampling/monitoring plan that describes how Rule .1205 of this Section shall be complied with shall be provided to the Division by the applicant.
(c) For uses of CCPs not already approved by the applicant's/Permittee's individual permit, information shall be provided to the Division by the applicant that describes and explains site-specific engineering or institutional controls proposed to prevent adverse impacts to public health and the environment.
(d) For new and expanding structural fill sites or sites where CCPs are used for bedding if the bedding is applied at a depth greater than two feet underneath the structure:
(1) Site plans. If required by G.S. 89C, a professional land surveyor shall provide location information on boundaries and physical features not under the purview of other licensed professions. Site plans or maps shall be provided to the Division by the applicant depicting the location, orientation, and relationship of the CCPs use site's features including:
[Note: The North Carolina Board of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors has determined, via letter dated December 1, 2005, that locating boundaries and physical features, not under the purview of other licensed professions, on maps pursuant to this Paragraph constitutes practicing surveying under G.S. 89C.]
(A) a scaled map of the site, with topographic contour intervals not exceeding 10 feet or 25 percent of total site relief and showing all site-related structures and fences within the site;
(B) the location of all wells (including usage and construction details if available), streams (ephemeral, intermittent, and perennial), springs, lakes, ponds, and other surface drainage features within 500 feet of the CCPs use boundry and delineation of the review and compliance boundaries;
(C) setbacks as required by Rule .1206 of this Section; and
(D) site property boundaries within 500 feet of the CCPs use boundary.
(2) Information shall be provided to the Division that describes and explains site-specific engineering or institutional controls proposed to prevent adverse impacts to public health and the environment.
(3) Property Ownership Documentation of the site where the CCPs are to be used shall be provided to the Division. This documentation shall consist of:
(A) legal documentation of ownership (i.e., contract, deed or article of incorporation);
(B) written notarized intent to purchase agreement signed by both parties, accompanied by a plat or survey map; or
(C) easements specifically indicating the intended use of the property, as well as a plat or survey map. Easements shall adhere to the requirements of 15A NCAC 02L .0107.
(e) The submittal process for information listed in Paragraph (c) of this Rule shall not be required if a permit from the Division has been issued that specifically addresses the use of CCPs from the source of CCPs, at new and expanding structural fill sites or sites where CCPs are used for bedding.
(f) A compliance boundary shall be established for all structural fill sites not subject to Rule .1203 of this Section and the permittee shall comply with the provisions of 15A NCAC 02L .0107.
History Note: Authority G.S. 143-215.1; 143-215.3(a);
Eff. September 1, 2006.