|(a) The unloading of solid waste must be confined to as small an area as practical. The maximum size of the unloading area must be specified in the site operating plan. The number and types of unloading areas must be identified. A trained staff person shall be provided at all facilities to monitor all incoming loads of waste. A trained staff person shall also be on duty during operating hours at each area where waste is being unloaded to direct and observe the unloading of solid waste. The owner or operator is not required to accept any solid waste that the owner or operator determines will cause or may cause problems in maintaining full and continuous compliance with these sections. Small municipal solid waste landfill facilities may submit a request to receive approval for an alternative plan, if sufficient justification is provided. (b) The unloading of waste in unauthorized areas is prohibited. Any waste deposited in an unauthorized area must be removed immediately and disposed of properly. Trained staff shall observe each load that is disposed at the landfill. The staff involved with unloading or inspection of waste shall have the authority and responsibility to reject unauthorized loads, have unauthorized material removed by the transporter, and/or assess appropriate surcharges, and have the unauthorized material removed by on-site personnel or otherwise properly managed by the facility. A record of unauthorized material removal must be maintained in the operating record. (c) The unloading of prohibited wastes at the municipal solid waste facility must not be allowed. Prohibited wastes are listed in §330.15(e) of this title (relating to General Prohibitions). The permit issued to the municipal solid waste facility may also prohibit other wastes. Necessary steps shall be taken by the owner or operator to ensure compliance with this provision. Any prohibited waste must be returned immediately to the transporter or generator of the waste or otherwise properly managed by the landfill. (d) Any Type I or Type IAE landfill facility may establish a brush and construction or demolition waste area on site that is designated to receive brush and construction or demolition waste. (e) At Type IV landfills, only brush and construction or demolition waste and rubbish that are free of putrescible and household waste are allowed. (f) In addition to the other operating requirements of this subchapter, Type IV landfill operators that accept rubbish shall provide the following during all periods of operation. (1) A written procedure retained on site to ensure that containers with any putrescible wastes are not accepted. This might include or be a combination of a manifest system, surcharges, contractual agreements with transporters, or other acceptable means. This written procedure must be made available for review by the executive director. The procedure must be followed and must be modified as necessary to accomplish its purpose. (2) A written procedure retained on site for the removal of any putrescible wastes and other prohibited waste to an approved disposal facility must specify the means to be used for removal of putrescible wastes illegally disposed of at the landfill. In all cases, such wastes must be removed from the working face immediately upon discharge and returned to the offending transporter's vehicle or placed in suitable collection bins and must not be allowed to remain on the landfill in the collection bins for more than 24 hours. The equipment necessary to meet the chosen alternative must be specified and must be on site and operable during operating hours. This written procedure must be made available for review by the executive director. The procedure must be followed and must be modified as necessary to accomplish its purpose. (3) A procedure whereby the transporter certifications required by §330.7(c) of this title (relating to Permit Required) must be retained at the landfill and be available for inspection by the executive director. (g) Type IV landfill owners or operators shall not accept wastes from completely enclosed containers or enclosed vehicles except in accordance with §330.169 of this title (relating to Waste in Enclosed Containers or Enclosed Vehicles Accepted at Type IV Landfills). (h) In addition to the requirements in §330.137 of this title (relating to Site Sign), Type IV landfill owners or operators shall identify wastes that are not allowed and state the landfill's requirements for transporters, such as certificates, manifests, and surcharges or other penalties that may be imposed in the event that transporters do not meet the requirements of this chapter. (i) At Type VIII facilities, only used and scrap tires free of any other type of waste are allowed to be accepted.