|(a) An entity that violates the applicable sections of this subchapter shall be subject to any action authorized by law to secure compliance, including the assessment of administrative penalties or civil penalties as prescribed by law, and the suspension or revocation of registration or permit. (b) Before disposal, whole used or scrap tires may not be commingled with any other type of scrap material or solid waste, except for incidental scrap tires picked up in enclosed municipal solid waste collection vehicles. (c) Any permitted municipal solid waste landfill site may store or process whole tires or tire pieces in an unused portion of the property within its permit boundary dedicated to tires only. Storage shall be above ground in controlled storage piles or in enclosed and lockable containers, pursuant to §328.61 of this title (relating to Design Requirements for Scrap Tire Storage Site). A permitted municipal solid waste landfill site shall not store tires or tire pieces in excess of 500 used or scrap tires (or weight equivalent tire pieces or any combination thereof) on the ground or 2,000 used or scrap tires (or weight equivalent tire pieces or any combination thereof) in enclosed and lockable containers without prior written approval from the executive director or the commission. Approval of storage or processing shall be by authorization for such storage in an approved Site Development Plan, or, as applicable, through a Class I permit modification under §305.70 of this title (relating to Municipal Solid Waste Class I Modifications) or an amendment under §305.62 of this title (relating to Amendment). The tire storage and/or processing activity shall not be conducted in a manner that will adversely affect operations of the municipal solid waste disposal site, or otherwise endanger human health or the environment. (d) All vehicles and equipment used for the collection and transportation of used or scrap tires or tire pieces, except for those vehicles listed in §328.57 of this title (relating to Transporter Requirements), shall be constructed, operated, and maintained to prevent loss of used or scrap tires or tire pieces during transport and to prevent health nuisances and safety hazards to operating personnel and the public. Collection vehicles and equipment shall be maintained in a sanitary condition to prevent odors and insect breeding. Any vehicle or trailer used to transport used or scrap tires or tire pieces shall be identified on both sides and the rear of the vehicle. The identification shall consist of the name and place of business of the transporter and the commission registration number, using numbers and letters at least two inches tall. Trailers or trucks used to transport used or scrap tires shall either be fully enclosed and lockable, or have sidewalls of sufficient height to contain the load. Trailers and trucks transporting used or scrap tires in excess of the sidewall height of the vehicle shall be covered with a tarp during transit. Trailers and trucks transporting any amount of tire pieces shall be covered with a tarp during transit. (e) A person who, for eventual recycling, reuse, or energy recovery, temporarily stores used or scrap tires in a designated recycling collection area at a permitted landfill may be granted an exemption from shredding, splitting or quartering the scrap tires by the executive director, upon request.