Regulation 61-107.17 solid waste management: demonstration-of-need
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
Refuse and refuse disposal--South Carolina , Demonstrations--Law and legislation--South Carolina
This regulation establishes the criteria for the demonstration-of-need for the construction of new and the expansion of existing commercial Class Two solid waste landfills, commercial Class Three solid waste landfills, commercial solid waste incinerators, and commercial solid waste processing facilities that process waste destined for disposal at Class Three solid waste landfills. Any solid waste management facility type listed herein that no longer has a valid permit to operate prior to the effective date of this regulation and attempts to reopen after the effective date of this regulation shall be considered a new facility and shall be required to demonstrate need pursuant to this regulation. Any existing facility that requests a change in classification or commercial status shall be considered a new facility and required to demonstrate need pursuant to this regulation. Commercial Class Three solid waste landfills permitted to accept only industrial waste that request approval to accept municipal solid waste shall be considered a new facility and required to demonstrate need pursuant to Sections C and D of this regulation.
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