(A) A construction and demolition debris facility shall not accept pulverized debris.
(B) The board of health of a health district in which a construction and demolition debris facility is located, the director of environmental protection, or an authorized representative of either may request the removal of pulverized debris that has been brought to the construction and demolition debris facility. A board, the director, or an authorized representative of either shall make such a request when the pulverized debris is at the unloading zone of the facility designated under rules adopted under section 3714.02 of the Revised Code and not after the debris has been disposed of on the working face of the facility. Upon the receipt of such a request, the owner or operator of the facility shall comply with section 3714.083 of the Revised Code and shall do one of the following:
(1) Immediately cause the pulverized debris to be removed from the facility;
(2) Store the pulverized debris at a location at the facility where construction and demolition debris is not disposed of for not more than ten days after the receipt of a request to remove the debris from the facility. Not later than the end of the ten-day period, the owner or operator shall cause the pulverized debris to be removed from the facility.
(C) As used in this section, "working face" has the same meaning as in section 3714.021 of the Revised Code.
Effective Date: 12-22-2005