(A) No person shall operate or maintain a construction and demolition debris facility without an annual construction and demolition debris facility operation license issued by the board of health of the health district in which the facility is located or, if the facility is located in a health district that is not on the approved list under section 3714.09 of the Revised Code, from the director of environmental protection. Any such license may be issued with such terms and conditions as the board or the director, as appropriate, finds necessary to ensure that the facility will comply with this chapter and the rules adopted under it and to protect the public health and safety and the environment. Licenses issued under this section expire annually on the thirty-first day of December.
(B) During the month of December, but before the first day of January of the next year, each person proposing to continue with operation of a construction and demolition debris facility shall procure a license for the facility for that year from the board of health of the health district in which the facility is located or, if the facility is located in a health district that is not on the approved list under section 3714.09 of the Revised Code, from the director. The application for a license shall be submitted to the board of health or the director, as appropriate, on or before the last day of September of the year preceding that for which the license is sought. An application for a license for a new facility shall be submitted prior to operation of the new facility. The license shall be valid until the time that the next annual license is required to be obtained for the facility under this section.
A person who has received a license, upon sale or disposition of the facility, may, with the approval of the board or the director, as appropriate, have the license as well as a permit to install for the facility transferred to another person. The board or director may disapprove the transfer of the permit or license, as applicable, for any of the reasons specified in division (B) of section 3714.052 of the Revised Code for the denial of an application for a permit to install.
(C) Upon issuance of a license by a board of health under this section, the board shall mail a copy of the license to the director together with a copy of the plans for the operation of the facility or any necessary plan updates, as applicable, that are required under section 3714.061 of the Revised Code.
Effective Date: 07-24-1990; 12-22-2005 .