3745-27-67 Mobile scrap tire recovery facility registration and operation.

(A) Applicability.

No person shall establish or modify a mobile scrap tire recovery facility, as defined in rule 3745-27-01 of the Administrative Code, without first submitting an application for a registration certificate, as required by section 3734.78 of the Revised Code, for approval by the director, and obtaining a registration certificate in accordance with this rule.

(1) A mobile scrap tire recovery facility is a type of class II scrap tire recovery facility. This rule describes specific notification and operational requirements due to the nature of this type of facility's operations. A mobile scrap tire recovery facility consists of portable equipment used to process scrap tires into a useable product and the equipment is owned or operated by an entity not otherwise licensed in Ohio as a class I or class II scrap tire recovery facility. Portable equipment which is not used to produce a useable product, but which is used only to consolidate loads for shipping purposes, does not need to be registered as a scrap tire recovery facility or a mobile scrap tire recovery facility.

(2) The owner or operator of a mobile scrap tire recovery facility shall submit an application for a registration certificate on a form prescribed by the director at least ninety days prior to the date on which the owner or operator proposes to begin processing scrap tires.

(3) Prior to modification of a mobile scrap tire recovery facility, the owner or operator shall submit an application for a registration certificate on a form prescribed by the director. "Modification" of a mobile scrap tire recovery facility is defined the same as "modification" is defined for a class I scrap tire storage facility or class I scrap tire recovery facility in paragraph (C)(6) of rule 3745-27-02 of the Administrative Code.

(B) The owner or operator of a mobile scrap tire recovery facility shall submit and obtain a registration as a mobile scrap tire recovery facility unless the owner or operator is otherwise licensed in Ohio as a class I or class II scrap tire recovery facility.

(1) The registration certificate application for a mobile scrap tire recovery facility shall contain the following:

(a) All of the information required in paragraph (B) of this rule such that the director can determine if the criteria set forth in paragraph (C) of this rule and in rule 3745-27-02 of the Administrative Code are satisfied.

(b) Detail engineering plans, specifications, and information that shall be presented in a manner acceptable to the director. Detail shall be sufficient to allow clear understanding for technical review of the registration certificate application, to provide assurance that the facility is designed and will be operated in accordance with Chapters 3745-27 and 3745-37 of the Administrative Code, and be readily understandable by operating personnel at the facility.

For regulatory review purposes, the initial application and any subsequent revisions to the application, shall be submitted in duplicate to the director with a third copy sent to the board of health of the health district where the facility is or shall be located. Any revisions to the application shall be accompanied by an index listing the change and the page where the change occurred. Upon written request from Ohio EPA, the applicant shall submit two additional and identically complete copies of the revised application to the director and a notarized statement that, to the best of the knowledge of the applicant, the detail engineering plans, specifications, and information in the registration application are true and accurate.

The registration shall remain in effect until the director has received, and approved in writing, certification that all required closure activities have been completed, unless the registration has been revoked in accordance with this rule.

(c) Be submitted on a form prescribed by the director at least ninety days prior to the date on which the owner or operator proposes to begin processing scrap tires or to modify the facility.

(2) The application shall contain the following information:

(a) Facility name, main office address, main office location, and telephone number.

(b) The owner or operator's name, address, and telephone number.

(c) The name, address, and telephone number for the emergency contact person for the facility. This person shall be authorized to commit necessary resources for emergency equipment, materials, and services for the facility.

(d) The name, address, and telephone number of the person who prepared the application.

(e) The calculations and narrative describing the daily design input capacity (DDIC) for the facility, expressed in tons and based on the designed combined processing rate of all processing equipment to be operated at the facility.

(f) An unexecuted draft of the closure financial assurance instrument, in accordance with rule 3745-27-15 of the Administrative Code.

(g) A narrative description of the facility's method of operation.

(h) A narrative description of the procedures and equipment the owner or operator shall employ to maintain the recovery equipment and the area surrounding the recovery equipment free of litter and other debris that may affect the proper operation of the facility.

(i) A narrative description of the methods to be used to control mosquitoes which shall meet the requirements of paragraph (H) of rule 3745-27-65 of the Administrative Code.

(j) A closure plan, developed as specified in rule 3745-27-66 of the Administrative Code.

(k) Site specific information requested in the registration certificate application shall be provided in the initial application if the initial operating location is known. Due to the nature of operations of a mobile scrap tire recovery facility, the initial operating location may be unknown and those sections of the application shall be left blank. The information shall be provided when the operation location is identified as described in paragraph (F) of this rule.

(3) The application shall contain a certification by the owner or operator that the facility will not be located in any of the areas detailed in paragraph (G) of this rule without written permission from the appropriate entities or Ohio EPA.

(4) The applicant, owner, or operator signing a document in accordance with this rule shall be one of the following:

(a) In the case of a corporation, a principal executive officer of at least the level of vice president or a duly authorized representative, if such representative is responsible for the overall operation of the facility.

(b) In the case of a partnership, a general partner.

(c) In the case of a limited liability company, a manager, member, or other duly authorized representative of the limited liability company, if such representative is responsible for the overall operation of the facility.

(d) In the case of sole proprietorship, the owner.

(e) In the case of a municipal, state, federal, or other governmental facility, the principal executive officer, the ranking elected official, or othe duly authorized employee.

(5) The signature on the document shall constitute personal affirmation that all statements and all assertions of fact made in the document are true, accurate, include all required information, and comply fully with applicable rules.

(6) Unless a certification statement is otherwise required, a document signed in accordance with this rule shall include the following certification statement:

"By signing this document I herby certify that all statements and all assertions of fact made in the document are true, accurate, include all required information, and comply fully with applicable rules."

(7) Concurrent to submitting the application for a registration certificate, the applicant shall do the following:

(a) Submit to the appropriate licensing authority, an application for a license in accordance with Chapter 3745-37 of the Administrative Code. The owner or operator shall apply for a license annually. A new license application is not required when the mobile scrap tire recovery facility is relocated to a site in another county in Ohio.

(b) Submit to Ohio EPA division of air pollution control and division of surface water written notification of intent to establish and operate a mobile scrap tire recovery facility in the state of Ohio. This notification shall include a written request for information pertaining to any regulatory requirements under Chapter 3704. or 6111. of the Revised Code. Additional, separate permits or registrations may be required by these divisions in order to operate a mobile scrap tire recovery facility in the new location.

(C) The director shall not approve any application for a registration certificate submitted pursuant to this rule for a mobile scrap tire recovery facility unless the director determines all of the following:

(1) The application for a mobile scrap tire recovery facility registration certificate is substantially complete. An application, notwithstanding its deficiency, shall be considered and acted upon if sufficient information is in the detail engineering plans, specifications, and report for the director to determine whether the criteria set forth in this rule are satisfied.

If the director determines that information in addition to that required by paragraph (B) of this rule is necessary to determine whether the criteria set forth in this rule are satisfied, the director shall require that the applicant supply such information as a precondition to further consideration of the application.

(2) The mobile scrap tire recovery facility shall be capable of operating in compliance with Chapters 3704., 3734., and 6111. of the Revised Code.

(3) The mobile scrap tire recovery facility shall be capable of being operated and closed in accordance with Chapter 3745-27 of the Administrative Code.

(4) The director may consider whether the applicant or person listed as owner or operator of the mobile scrap tire recovery facility is in substantial compliance with applicable provisions of Chapters 3704., 3714., 3734., and 6111. of the Revised Code, and any rules adopted and permits, registration certificates, and licenses issued thereunder, and has maintained substantial compliance with all applicable orders issued by the director, or the environmental review appeals commission, or courts having jurisdiction in accordance with applicable law, in the course of previous or current management or operations. The director may also take into consideration whether substantial compliance has been maintained with any applicable order of a board maintaining a program on the approved list in Ohio.

(5) The person or persons listed as the operator of the facility meet the requirements of division (L) of section 3734.02 of the Revised Code and rules adopted thereunder.

(6) The applicant has submitted a financial assurance instrument meeting the requirements of rules 3745-27-15 and 3745-27-17 of the Administrative Code.

(D) The director may deny any application for a registration certificate for a mobile scrap tire recovery facility if within thirty days of receipt of notification that the application is incomplete, the owner or operator has not done one of the following:

(1) Submitted written notification to the director that the application is being withdrawn.

(2) Corrected noted deficiencies and resubmitted the application.

(3) Submitted a written request for an extension and obtained approval from the director for an extension.

(E) The director may revoke a registration certificate if the director concludes at anytime that any applicable laws have been or are likely to be violated.

(F) Prior to conducting activities in a new location, the owner or operator of the mobile scrap tire recovery facility shall do the following:

(1) Send, by certified mail or any other form of mail accompanied by a receipt, written notification of intent to operate a mobile scrap tire recovery facility at a new location to all of the following entities at least fourteen days prior to relocating:

(a) The single or joint county solid waste management district or regional solid waste management authority or authorities where the facility is to be located.

(b) The park administrator, if any part of the facility is to be located within or shares any portion of the park boundary.

(c) The fire department having responsibility for providing fire control services where the facility is to be located.

(d) The approved local health department where the facility is to be located.

(e) The appropriate Ohio EPA district office for the county in which the facility is to be located.

(2) Include in the notification, at a minimum, all of the following information:

(a) The name, business address, and registration number of the mobile scrap tire recovery facility.

(b) A contact name and telephone number for the facility.

(c) The location or address to which the facility is relocating.

(d) The project start date and the estimated duration of the project.

(e) A brief description of the proposed operations, including project scope (i.e., number of tires involved in the project).

(f) A brief description of any prior operations at this site and a description of any changes in equipment from the prior operation.

(3) Send the following information to the appropriate Ohio EPA district office at least fourteen days prior to relocating. This information is to be provided in addition to the notification required in paragraphs (F)(1) and (F)(2) of this rule and shall be provided for each relocation to a site. It shall be in narrative form and be accompanied by any site plans or drawings necessary to demonstrate compliance with this rule.

(a) A demonstration of compliance with the siting criteria described in paragraphs (G)(1) and (G)(2) of this rule.

(b) For sites where compliance with the siting criteria of paragraphs (G)(1) and (G)(2) of this rule cannot be demonstrated due to the nature of the site to be used and the temporary nature of operations, the owner or operator shall submit a description of alternate engineering controls or operational practices that shall be employed to protect human health and safety and the environment from fire or other accidental occurrence at the facility. This alternative shall be approved by Ohio EPA prior to the facility's relocation.

(G) The owner or operator of a mobile scrap tire recovery facility shall not locate:

(1) The facility outside of a building within the areas specified in paragraph (B)(1) of rule 3745-27-62 of the Administrative Code nor within one thousand feet of the areas specified in paragraph (B)(2) of rule 3745-27-62 of the Administrative Code. These restrictions do not apply if the owner or operator obtains prior written agreement from the owner and the designated authority over the areas to locate the scrap tire facility within the area or within the one thousand foot setback.

(2) The facility's outdoor scrap tire handling area or scrap tire storage areas within the areas specified below:

(a) Within one hundred feet of any property line or from other buildings or structures not owned or leased by the property owner or the owner or operator of the mobile scrap tire recovery facility; unless the number of tires in the individual pile or portable container is reduced to:

(i) Less than eight hundred scrap tires and more than five hundred scrap tires; in which case at least fifty-six feet of separation shall be maintained.

(ii) Five hundred scrap tires or less, in which case at least twenty-five feet of separation shall be maintained.

(b) Within five hundred feet of a domicile not owned or leased by the property owner or the owner or operator of the mobile scrap tire recovery facility, or within two hundred feet of a domicile owned or leased by the property owner or the owner or operator of the mobile scrap tire recovery facility.

(c) Within two hundred feet of a stream, lake, or wetland.

(H) When operating a mobile scrap tire recovery facility at a site, the owner or operator may temporarily store at the site up to five thousand square feet in basal area of either whole or processed scrap tires subject to the standards specified below. This allowance, as well as the standards listed below, are limited by, and subject to, any applicable special term or condition contained in a facility's registration certificate or permit where the mobile scrap tire recovery facility may be operating, and by any applicable orders issued by the director, the environmental review appeals commission, courts having jurisdiction in accordance with applicable law, or a board of health maintaining a program on the approved list in Ohio.

(1) Individual scrap tire storage piles stored outside of a building by the owner or operator of a mobile scrap tire recovery facility shall:

(a) Be no greater than two thousand five hundred square feet in basal area for each individual pile and a total of five thousand square feet for all storage piles created by the owner or operator of the mobile scrap tire recovery facility.

(b) Not exceed eight feet in height.

(c) Be separated from other scrap tire storage piles and from buildings and structures by a fire land break with a width equal to or greater than fifty-six feet.

(d) Outdoor scrap tire storage shall not be located under bridges, elevated trestles, elevated roadways, elevated railroads, or electrical power lines having a voltage in excess of seven hundred fifty volts or that supply power to fire emergency systems.

(2) Individual scrap tire storage piles stored inside of a building by the owner or operator of a mobile scrap tire recovery facility shall:

(a) Not exceed two thousand five hundred square feet in basal area.

(b) Be separated from other scrap tire storage piles by aisles with a width of at least eight feet.

(c) Have a clearance from the top of scrap tire storage piles to sprinkler deflectors of at least eighteen inches.

(d) Have clearances in all directions from the top of scrap tire storage piles to roof structures of at least three feet.

(e) Have clearances from the top of scrap tire storage piles to unit heaters, radiant space heaters, duct furnaces, and flues of at least three feet in all directions, and shall be in accordance with the clearance distances recommended by the equipment manufacturer.

(3) Scrap tire storage piles created by the owner or operator of a mobile scrap tire recovery facility shall be separated from possible ignition sources (e.g., open flame, welding equipment) by at least fifty feet.

(4) Fire breaks created by the owner or operator of a mobile scrap tire recovery facility shall be maintained to be free of combustible material including but not limited to weeds and leaves.

(5) One or more of the following shall be done by the owner or operator of a mobile scrap tire recovery facility to control mosquitoes:

(a) Remove liquids from scrap tires within twenty-four hours of arrival and store scrap tires such that water does not accumulate in scrap tires or containers. Tires shall be kept free of water at all times.

(b) Apply a pesticide or larvicide, which is registered for use for mosquito control by the Ohio department of agriculture, at no greater than thirty day intervals, or other intervals as recommended by the manufacturer or formulator. All pesticide applications are to be made according to the manufacturer's or formulator's recommendations. If applying any pesticide as a mosquito control, then mosquito control records shall be kept at the site indicating the name, type, amount used per tire, and EPA registration number of the pesticide or larvicide, the date and time of the application, and the name of the person who applied the pesticide or larvicide. Records shall be maintained and made available upon request at the premises.

(6) The owner or operator of the mobile scrap tire recovery facility shall remove all scrap tires the mobile scrap tire recovery facility owner or operator has processed or moved, or insure that any such piles left at the site are stored in compliance with all requirements of paragraph (G) of this rule, prior to leaving the site.

(I) General operational criteria for mobile scrap tire recovery facilities.

(1) The owner or operator of a licensed and registered mobile scrap tire recovery facility shall operate the mobile scrap tire recovery facility in strict compliance with the terms and conditions of the registration certificate in accordance with Chapter 3745-27 of the Administrative Code and the mobile scrap tire recovery facility license issued in accordance with Chapter 3745-37 of the Administrative Code, and comply with the requirements and operational criteria specified in this rule until the owner or operator has certified that the facility has been closed in accordance with rule 3745-27-66 of the Administrative Code and received the director's concurrence with the facility closure.

(2) Handling of material other than scrap tires and scrap tire related material shall be as follows:

(a) The owner or operator of a mobile scrap tire recovery facility shall not accept any waste except scrap tires at the facility. Scrap tires mounted on rims and the attached lead weights may be accepted and shall be properly recycled or disposed.

(b) Upon discovery of other waste, the owner or operator shall immediately remove the waste to an appropriate licensed facility.

(c) The director may authorize acceptance of other solid waste that is rubber material. In order to obtain authorization the owner or operator of a mobile scrap tire recovery facility shall submit an application to modify the facility registration to store and recover non-scrap tire rubber material.

(3) In accordance with the requirements of division (L) in section 3734.02 of the Revised Code and rules adopted thereunder, the technical operation and maintenance of the mobile scrap tire recovery facility shall be under the responsible charge of an operator certified by the director as having completed operator training as required by Chapter 3734. of the Revised Code and rules adopted thereunder.

(4) The owner or operator shall maintain compliance with any requirements of Chapters 3704., 3714., 3734., and 6111. of the Revised Code, including obtaining any permits and authorizations required by those chapters, if applicable.

(5) The owner or operator shall have available at the facility a copy of the approved registration certificate and license.

(6) The owner or operator shall limit access to the facility to authorized personnel except during operating hours and when operating personnel are present. The owner or operator shall prepare and maintain a written plan that details what security measures shall be implemented to protect the scrap tires and facility.

(7) The owner or operator shall take all necessary measures to prevent scavenging and other activities which would interfere with proper operating procedures.

(8) The owner or operator shall ensure that the scrap tire handling shall be confined to the smallest practical size.

(9) The owner or operator shall manage the facility so as not to cause a nuisance, a health hazard, water pollution, or air pollution. The owner or operator shall initiate additional monitoring or supplemental effective control measures as deemed necessary by the health commissioner or the director.

(10) The owner or operator shall post and shall maintain in legible condition clear instructions for using the facility. The owner or operator shall post these instructions at the scrap tire handling area. The owner or operator shall include in these postings telephone numbers of emergency personnel, including but not limited to local fire departments, boards of health, and the appropriate district office of the Ohio EPA.

(11) The owner or operator shall maintain financial assurance until the facility is certified as closed in accordance with rule 3745-27-66 of the Administrative Code and the owner or operator has received the director's concurrence with the facility's closure.

(12) Subject to any applicable orders issued by the director, the environmental review appeals commission, courts having jurisdiction in accordance with applicable law, or a board of health maintaining a program on the approved list in Ohio, the owner or operator of a mobile scrap tire recovery facility shall only arrange the transportation or delivery to, or receipt of scrap tires by, an entity listed below:

(a) A scrap tire recovery facility licensed under Chapter 3745-37 of the Administrative Code.

(b) A scrap tire monocell or monofill facility licensed under Chapter 3745-37 of the Administrative Code.

(c) A scrap tire storage facility licensed under Chapter 3745-37 of the Administrative Code.

(d) A solid waste incineration or energy recovery facility authorized to accept scrap tires or tire derived fuel and subject to regulation under Chapter 3745-27 of the Administrative Code.

(e) A premises approved to beneficially use scrap tires in accordance with rule 3745-27-78 of the Administrative Code.

(f) A facility that is authorized to dispose of scrap tires, or a premises that will shall beneficially use the scrap tires, that is located in another state and is operating in accordance with the laws of that state.

(g) A premises operating as an unregistered scrap tire facility in accordance with rule 3745-27-61 of the Administrative Code.

(h) A transporter holding a valid annual registration certificate under rule 3745-27-54 of the Administrative Code.

(i) A licensed solid waste landfill may accept only material the mobile scrap tire recovery facility can not process. Materials, which were part of a scrap tire and were unusable at that mobile scrap tire recovery facility or whole scrap tires which can not be processed by the mobile scrap tire recovery facility, may be disposed at a solid waste landfill facility. A mobile scrap tire recovery facility shall not cut, quarter, or otherwise render a scrap tire unusable solely for the purpose of disposal at a solid waste landfill in lieu of disposal at a scrap tire monofill or monocell.

(13) The owner or operator shall not operate in any one location for a period longer than six months, unless one or more of the following applies:

(a) The owner or operator requests in writing additional time, and receives written approval from Ohio EPA allowing an extension.

(b) The owner or operator of the mobile scrap tire recovery facility is also the owner or operator of a class I or class II scrap tire recovery facility and is operating at that registered or permitted and licensed site.

(c) The owner or operator of the mobile scrap tire recovery facility applies for and receives a class I permit or class II scrap tire recovery facility registration and a solid waste facility license to operate a scrap tire recovery facility at the site.

(J) The owner or operator shall prepare a demobilization notice within fourteen days of relocating from a site. This notice shall be submitted to the entities listed in paragraph (F)(1) of this rule and shall contain the following information:

(1) The name, business address, and registration number of the mobile scrap tire recovery facility.

(2) A contact name and telephone number for the facility.

(3) The location or address from which the facility is relocating.

(4) The project completion date.

(5) A brief description of the completed operations, including number of tires processed, and any remedial actions performed (i.e., solid or hazardous waste disposal, fire residual removal, grading or seeding, etc.).

(K) Fire contingency plan and emergency response.

(1) The owner or operator shall prepare and maintain a fire contingency plan for the facility. This contingency plan shall be kept at the facility and shall be updated at least annually, or as needed for each relocation of the facility to a new site. The contingency plan shall be updated within thirty days if any portion of the plan fails in an emergency situation, or if information contained in the plan changes. Copies of the plan shall be sent to the local fire department, health department, and solid waste management district. The plan shall include at least the following information:

(a) An updated list of names, addresses, and phone numbers of all applicable local police and fire departments, the Ohio EPA emergency response team, Ohio EPA district office, local health department, local solid waste management district, contractors, and local emergency response teams.

(b) An updated list of names, addresses, and phone numbers of all persons designated to act as emergency coordinators. This list shall include at least one person authorized to commit resources necessary to procure equipment, materials, and services.

(c) A copy of any arrangements or agreements with the local police and fire departments, contractors, and local emergency response teams to coordinate emergency services in the event of a fire at the facility.

(d) An updated list of all emergency equipment at the facility, including but not limited to fire extinguishing systems and equipment, spill control equipment, and communications equipment.

(2) The owner or operator shall supply and maintain in working order the following equipment at the facility:

(a) A fire extinguisher, which is clearly visible, in the immediate vicinity of any portable containers or scrap tire piles.

(b) Communication equipment, which is under the control of the owner or operator, for the purpose of making contact with emergency services.

(3) Whenever there is a fire at the facility, the owner or operator shall immediately do the following:

(a) Notify local police and fire agencies.

(b) Notify the Ohio EPA emergency response team using their twenty-four hour toll free number [800-282-9378], and provide the following information:

(i) Name and telephone number of the contact person reporting the fire.

(ii) Name and address of the facility.

(iii) Time of the fire.

(iv) Quantity of tires involved, to the extent known.

(v) The extent of injuries, if any.

(vi) The possible hazards to human health, or the environment.

(c) Take all reasonable actions necessary to suppress the fire and to protect human health and safety and the environment.

(d) Take all reasonable measures necessary to contain any residuals including but not limited to pyrolytic oil, and water that result from suppressing a fire at the facility. Measures shall include establishing temporary berms, dikes or other containment devices where necessary.

(e) Take all reasonable measures necessary to ensure that fires do not occur, recur, or spread to other areas of the facility. These measures shall include removing or isolating tires and portable containers.

(4) Within seven days of the occurrence of a fire at the facility, the owner or operator shall do the following.

(a) Note in the daily log the time, date, and details of the fire.

(b) Notify in writing the Ohio EPA district office in which the facility is located, the Ohio EPA central office, the solid waste management district of the area in which the facility is located, and the local health department. The owner or operator shall include in the notification the information in paragraphs (K)(3)(b)(i) to (K)(3)(b)(vi) of this rule.

(5) Following the occurrence of a fire at the facility, the owner or operator of the mobile scrap tire recovery facility shall assist the property owner to implement and complete the activities specified in rule 3745-27-79 of the Administrative Code.

(L) Record keeping and reporting.

(1) The owner or operator shall comply with the shipping paper system described in rule 3745-27-57 of the Administrative Code.

(2) The owner or operator shall record facility operations in a daily log on forms prescribed by the director. The owner or operator shall make all entries required by the log on a daily basis. The owner or operator shall make the log available for inspection by the director or the health commissioner during normal operating hours. The owner or operator shall retain copies of daily logs for a minimum period of three years.

(3) The owner or operator shall submit an annual report to Ohio EPA central office, division of solid and infectious waste management, on forms prescribed by the director, not later than January thirty-first of each year. Copies of the report shall also be submitted to the appropriate Ohio EPA district office, solid waste management district, and approved health department at the same time. The owner or operator shall retain copies of annual reports for a minimum period of three years. The report shall include at least the following information:

(a) The total number or quantity in weight or volume of scrap tires received from each transporter and an estimate of the percentage of each type of tire including passenger care tires, truck tires and other tires.

(b) The total number or quantity in weight or volume of scrap tires received from the public, and an estimate of the percentage of each type of tire including passenger car tires, truck tires, and other tires.

(c) The total number or quantity in weight or volume of scrap tires received at, shipped from, or transported to each scrap tire storage, monocell, monofill, or recovery facility, or other premises, and an estimate of the total number of each type of tire shipped, routed, or transported to each facility including passenger car tires, truck tires, and other tires. In addition for scrap tire recovery facilities only, the report shall include the total number or quantity in weight or volume of scrap tires processed at the facility. In all cases the report shall include out-of-state as well as Ohio facilities.

(d) Any changes to the information that identifies the name, address, and phone number of the facility's closure contact person.

(e) A notarized statement that the information contained in the annual report is true and accurate.

(M) The owner or operator of the mobile scrap tire recovery facility shall close the facility in accordance with rule 3745-27-66 of the Administrative Code, and shall implement the facility's closure plan, as submitted with the registration application.

Effective: 11/01/2007
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 08/08/2007 and 11/01/2012
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 3734.02 , 3734.73
Rule Amplifies: 3734.73 , 3734.78
Prior Effective Dates: 3/1/96, 3/29/02, 7/1/04