|(a) A permit for on-lease commercial solid oil and
gas waste recycling issued pursuant to this division shall include
monitoring requirements the director or Commission determines to be
reasonably necessary to ensure that the recyclable product meets the
environmental and engineering standards established by the director
or the Commission and included in the permit.
(b) Consistent with the requirements of §4.208
of this title (relating to General Standards for Permit Issuance),
the director or the Commission shall establish and include in the
permit for on-lease commercial solid oil and gas waste recycling the
parameters for which the partially treated waste is to be tested,
and the limitations on those parameters based on:
(1) the type of oil and gas waste; and
(2) the intended use for the recyclable product.
(c) A permit for on-lease commercial solid oil and
gas waste recycling may require laboratory testing. A permit that
requires laboratory testing shall require that the permittee use an
independent third party laboratory to analyze a minimum standard volume
of partially treated waste for parameters established in this subchapter
or in a permit issued by the Commission.
(d) A permit for on-lease commercial solid oil and
gas waste recycling issued pursuant to this division from which the
recycled product will be used as road base or other similar uses shall
include a requirement that a minimum of one sample from each 200 cubic
yards of partially treated waste be collected and analyzed for every
800 cubic yard composite for the following minimum parameters and
meet the following limits:
(e) Recordkeeping and reporting requirements.
(1) Recordkeeping requirements.
(A) Records must be kept of all waste treated for a
period of three years from the date of treatment.
(B) These records must include the following:
(i) name of the generator;
(ii) source of the waste (lease number or gas I.D.
number and well number, or API number);
(iii) date the waste was treated at the drill site;
(iv) volume of the waste treated at the drill site;
(v) name of the carrier;
(vi) identification of the receiving site including
the lease number or gas I.D. number and well number, API number, or
county road number;
(vii) documentation that the landowner of the receiving
location has been notified of the use of the recyclable product on
the landowner's property if used on private land; and
(viii) documentation indicating the approximate location
where recyclable product is used including a topographic map showing
the location of the area.
(2) Reporting requirements. The permittee shall provide
the Commission, on a quarterly basis, a copy of the records required
in this section.