|(a) The Reclamation Plan establishes procedures and standards for reclamation of the quarry. (1) The Reclamation Plan must, at a minimum: (A) provide a description of the proposed use of the disturbed area following reclamation; (B) develop site-specific standards for reclamation appropriate to the end use proposed in subparagraph (A) of this paragraph that addresses the following: (i) removal or final stabilization of all raw material, intermediate material, final product, waste product, byproduct, and/or ancillary material; (ii) removal of waste or closure of all waste disposal areas; (iii) removal of structures, where appropriate; (iv) removal and reclamation of all temporary roads and/or railroads; (v) backfilling, regrading, and recontouring; (vi) slope stability for remaining highwalls and detention ponds; (vii) revegetation of the reclaimed area giving consideration to species diversity and the use of native species; (viii) establishment of wildlife habitat; (ix) establishment of drainage patterns; (x) establishment of permanent control structures (e.g., retention ponds), where necessary, to address erosion, siltation, and runoff from post quarrying and reclaimed areas; and (xi) removal of all equipment; (C) provide a description of how reclamation will be conducted (e.g., phased reclamation) and a timetable for the completion of reclamation activities. (2) The Reclamation Plan must include a detailed estimate of the maximum probable cost required to complete and implement the plan. The maximum probable cost must be based on the cost to a third party conducting the reclamation without a financial interest or ownership in the quarry operation. (b) Certification of the Reclamation Plan must be provided, within the appropriate area or discipline, by a licensed Texas professional engineer or a licensed Texas professional geoscientist. Components of the Reclamation Plan may be independently certified, as appropriate.