|(a) Persons who plan to transport biosolids/sewage
sludge, water treatment residuals, domestic septage, chemical toilet
waste, grit trap waste, or grease trap waste regulated under this
subchapter shall apply for registration with the commission on forms
furnished by the executive director and receive a registration from
the executive director prior to commencing operations.
(b) Failure to submit a complete and accurate application
or other information requested by the executive director will result
in the return of the application to the applicant. Applications for
transportation registrations shall include:
(1) a complete, signed application form(s) and appropriate
(2) the verified legal status of the applicant(s);
(3) the signature of the applicant(s), checked against
agency requirements, in accordance with §305.44 of this title
(relating to Signatories to Applications);
(4) the attachment of technical reports and supporting
data required by the application; and
(5) any other information as the executive director
or the commission may reasonably require.
(c) Persons who apply to the commission for registration
and receive a registration shall maintain a current copy of the registration
authorization, as annotated by the executive director with an assigned
registration number, at their designated place of business and in
each vehicle operated under that registration. This registration shall
be produced and shown to the operator of the facility receiving the
waste at the time of delivery.
(d) The expiration date of the registration shall be
August 31st of the year in which it expires. Registrations are required
to be renewed biennially prior to the expiration date. Application
for renewal shall be submitted by June 15th of the year in which the
registration expires. Any registrant shall notify the executive director
in writing within 15 days of cessation of operation and request that
the registration be cancelled, and request all forms and reports needed
to report waste hauled during the period of registration.
(e) A new registration application is required to be
submitted within 15 days after any of the following:
(1) change in ownership of the operating entity; or
(2) determination by the executive director that operations
or management methods are no longer adequately described by the existing
(f) Transporters shall notify the executive director,
by letter, within 15 days after any of the following changes of their
operation, including, but not limited to:
(1) the office or place of business is moved or its
address or telephone number changes;
(2) the name of the operating entity is changed;
(3) a transporter plans to handle a waste not included
in the existing registration;
(4) a change in license plate numbers of registered
vehicles, a new vehicle, and/or an existing vehicle removed from the
(5) a transporter plans to haul waste to a location
not included on the existing registration; or
(6) a transporter plans to remove a location already
included on the existing registration.
(g) The commission may revoke or void a registration
for cause as provided in §312.150 of this title (relating to
Penalties). An opportunity for a formal hearing on the revocation
may be requested by the registrant within 20 days after a Notice of
Revocation has been sent from the executive director to the last known
address of the registrant. If the registration is revoked or voided,
a transporter shall not continue to transport the wastes regulated
under this subchapter.
(h) An applicant owing delinquent fees or an applicant
who has failed to submit required reports will not be eligible to
renew their registration to transport waste until all fees and reports
are submitted and accepted by the executive director.
(i) A registrant failing to submit the annual summary
report by the date due is subject to payment of the maximum fees specified
in §312.9(c) of this title (relating to Fee Program).
(j) The commission issues authorization stickers for
all registered motor transport vehicles and the fee per motor transport
vehicle is $10.