|(a) Deed recordation of disposal of industrial solid waste
or municipal hazardous waste. No person may cause, suffer, allow, or permit
the disposal of industrial solid waste or municipal hazardous waste in a landfill
prior to recording in the county deed records of the county or counties in
which the disposal takes place the following information:
(1) a metes and bounds description of the portion or portions
of the tract of land on which disposal of industrial solid waste or municipal
hazardous waste will take place;
(2) the class or classes of industrial solid wastes or municipal
hazardous wastes to be disposed of and waste description; and
(3) the name or permanent address of the person or persons
operating the facility where more specific information on the disposal activity
can be obtained.
(b) Proof of recordation. Proof of recordation shall be provided
to the executive director in writing prior to instituting disposal operations.
(c) Additional requirements. Owners of property on which facilities
for disposal of hazardous waste are located are subject to further requirements
adopted by reference in §335.112(a)(6) of this title (relating to Standards).
(d) Exemption. A landowner who, at the time of disposal of
animal carcasses on-site, complies with a certified water quality management
plan developed for that site under Texas Agriculture Code, §201.026(f)
(relating to Nonpoint Source Pollution) is exempt from the deed recordation
requirements of this section.
|Source Note: The provisions of this §335.5 adopted to be effective May 29, 1986, 11 TexReg 2335; amended to be effective June 28, 1993, 18 TexReg 3814; amended to be effective May 2, 2002, 27 TexReg 3564