Section 3734.45 | Causes for revocation.
Any permit or license may be revoked by the director of environmental protection or board of health for any of the following causes, in addition to other causes for revocation authorized by this chapter:
(A) Any cause that would require disqualification pursuant to division (A), (B), (D), or (E) of section 3734.44 of the Revised Code from receiving a permit upon original application;
(B) Fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation in securing the permit or in the conduct of the permitted or licensed activity;
(C) Offering, conferring, or agreeing to confer any benefit to induce any other individual or business concern to violate the provisions of this chapter, of any rule adopted thereunder, or of any other law relating to the transportation, transfer, treatment, storage, or disposal of solid wastes, infectious wastes, or hazardous waste;
(D) Coercion of a customer by violence or economic reprisal or the threat thereof to utilize the services of any permittee;
(E) Preventing, without authorization of the director, any individual or business concern from transferring or disposing of solid wastes or hazardous waste at a permitted treatment, transfer, storage, or disposal facility other than a facility owned or operated by the applicant or permittee, or preventing, without authorization of the director, any individual or business concern from treating infectious waste at a licensed infectious waste treatment facility other than a facility owned and operated by the applicant or licensee.
Available Versions of this Section
- June 24, 1988 – House Bill 592 - 117th General Assembly [ View June 24, 1988 Version ]