15A NCAC 13B .1110 SCRAP TIRE PROCESSING FACILITIES
(a) Scrap tire collection sites to be permitted in association with scrap tire processing facilities shall be permitted and operated in accordance with the provisions of Rules .1106 and .1107 of this Section, except that the storage limit shall be determined by multiplying the daily through‑put of the processing equipment used by 30. A scrap tire processing facility shall not accept any scrap tires for processing above the number which can be processed daily if it has reached its storage limit. At least 75 percent of both the scrap tires and processed tires that are delivered to or maintained on the site of the scrap tire processing facility site shall be processed and removed for recycling or disposal at a permitted solid waste management facility within one year of their receipt. Processed tires stored for recycling or disposal are subject to the storage requirements specified in Rule .1107 of this Section unless otherwise authorized by the Division.
(b) Wastes resulting from the operation of the scrap tire processing facility shall be evaluated in accordance with 15A NCAC 13B .0103(e) prior to disposal.
(c) The owner or operator of a scrap tire processing facility shall record and maintain for three years the following information, and these records shall be available for inspection by Division personnel during normal business hours:
(1) For all scrap tires and processed tires shipped from the facility: the name of the hauler, the hauler or merchant identification number of the tire hauler who accepted the scrap or processed tires for transport, the quantity of scrap or processed tires shipped with that hauler, designation of scrap or processed tires (name and address of facility), and documentation of receipt of tires by the receiving facility;
(2) For all scrap tires and processed tires received at the facility: the name of the hauler, the hauler or merchant identification number of the scrap tire hauler who delivered the scrap or processed tires to the facility, the quantity of scrap or processed tires received from that hauler and where the tires originated (name and address of facility);
(3) For tires received, stored, shipped or processed, completed certification forms as required by G.S. 130A‑309.58(f) except for quantities of five tires or less brought for processing by someone other than a tire collector, tire processor or tire hauler.
(d) Owners and operators of scrap tire processing facilities shall submit to the Division an annual report, by March 1 of each year, that summarizes the information collected under Paragraph (c) of this Rule for the previous calendar year. The report shall be submitted on a form prescribed and provided by the Division. The following information shall be included, at a minimum:
(1) The facility name, address, and permit number, if any;
(2) The year covered by the report;
(3) The total quantity and type of scrap tires or processed tires received at the facility during the year covered by the report;
(4) The total quantity and type of scrap tires or processed tires shipped from the facility during the year covered by the report;
(5) The quantity of scrap tires or processed tires shipped to each receiving facility identified by name and address;
(6) The total quantity and type of scrap tires or processed tires located at the facility on the first day of the calendar year.
History Note: Authority G.S. 130A‑309.57;
Eff. October 1, 1990.