| (3) identify wetlands located within the facility boundary. (n) Endangered or threatened species. (1) The owner or operator shall consider the impact of a solid waste disposal facility upon endangered or threatened species. The facility and the operation of the facility shall not result in the destruction or adverse modification of the critical habitat of endangered or threatened species, or cause or contribute to the taking of any endangered or threatened species. (2) For landfill applications, the owner or operator shall submit Endangered Species Act compliance demonstrations as required under state and federal laws and determine whether the facility is in the range of endangered or threatened species. If the facility is located in the range of endangered or threatened species, the owner or operator shall have a biological assessment prepared by a qualified biologist in accordance with standard procedures of the United States Fish and Wildlife Service and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department to determine the effect of the facility on the endangered or threatened species. Where a previous biological assessment has been made for another project in the general vicinity, a copy of that assessment may be submitted for evaluation. The United States Fish and Wildlife Service and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department shall be contacted for locations and specific data relating to endangered and threatened species in Texas. (o) Texas Historical Commission review. The owner or operator shall submit a review letter from the Texas Historical Commission documenting compliance with the Natural Resources Code, Chapter 191, Texas Antiquities Code. (p) Council of governments and local government review request. The owner or operator shall submit documentation that Parts I and II of the application were submitted for review to the applicable council of governments for compliance with regional solid waste plans. The owner or operator shall also submit documentation that a review letter was requested from any local governments as appropriate for compliance with local solid waste plans. A review letter is not a prerequisite to a final determination on a permit or registration application.