4906-17-07 Environmental data.

(A) General. The information requested in this rule shall be used to assess the environmental effects of the proposed facility. Where appropriate, the applicant may substitute all or portions of documents filed to meet federal, state, or local regulations. Existing data may be substituted for physical measurements.

(B) Air.

(1) Preconstruction. The applicant shall:

(a) Submit available information concerning the ambient air quality of the proposed project area site and any proposed alternative site(s).

(b) Describe applicable federal and/or Ohio new source performance standards, applicable air quality limitations, applicable national ambient air quality standards, and applicable prevention of significant deterioration increments.

(c) Provide a list of all required permits to install and operate air pollution sources. If any such permit(s) has been issued more than thirty days prior to the submittal of the certificate application, the applicant shall provide a list of all special conditions or concerns attached to the permit(s).

(d) Describe how the proposed facility will achieve compliance with the requirements identified in paragraphs (B)(1)(b) and (B)(1)(c) of this rule, if applicable.

(2) Construction. The applicant shall describe plans to control emissions during the project area site clearing and construction phase.

(C) Water.

(1) Preconstruction. The applicant shall provide a list of all permits required to install and operate the proposed facility.

(2) Construction. The applicant shall:

(a) Describe the schedule for receipt of the national pollution discharge elimination system permit.

(b) Estimate the quality and quantity of aquatic discharges from the project area site clearing and construction operations, including run-off and siltation from dredging, filling, and construction of shore side facilities.

(c) Describe any plans to mitigate the above effects in accordance with current federal and Ohio regulations.

(d) Describe any changes in flow patterns and erosion due to project area site clearing and grading operations.

(3) Operation. In order to assess the effects of facility operation on water quality, the applicant shall:

(a) Provide a quantitative flow diagram or description for water and waterborne wastes resulting from run-off from soil or other surfaces at the proposed project area(s).

(b) Describe how the proposed facility incorporates maximum feasible water conservation practices considering available technology and the nature and economics of the various alternatives.

(D) Solid waste.

(1) Preconstruction. The applicant shall:

(a) Describe the nature and amount of debris and solid waste on the project area site.

(b) Describe any plans to deal with such wastes.

(2) Construction. The applicant shall:

(a) Estimate the nature and amounts of debris and other solid waste generated during construction operations.

(b) Describe the proposed method of storage and disposal of these wastes.

(3) Operation. The applicant shall:

(a) Estimate the amount, nature, and composition of solid wastes generated during the operation of the proposed facility.

(b) Describe proposed methods for storage, treatment, transport, and disposal of these wastes.

(4) Licenses and permits. The applicant shall describe its plans and activities leading toward acquisition of waste generation, storage, treatment, transportation, and/or disposal permits. If any such permit(s) has been issued more than thirty days prior to the submittal of the certificate application, the applicant shall provide a list of all special conditions or concerns attached to the permit(s).

Effective: 05/07/2009
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 09/30/2013
Promulgated Under: 111.15
Statutory Authority: 4906.03 , 4906.20
Rule Amplifies: 4906.03 , 4906.06 , 4906.20