Md. Code Regs. 26.04.10.08

Current through Register Vol. 51, No. 14, July 12, 2024
Section 26.04.10.08 - Reporting
A. A generator of coal combustion byproducts shall maintain records of, and deliver to the Department by March 1 of each year an annual report that contains, the following:
(1) The name, address, and telephone number of the generator of any coal combustion byproducts;
(2) A description of the process that generates the coal combustion byproducts, including the type of coal or other raw material that generates the coal combustion byproducts;
(3) The annual volume of coal combustion byproducts generated during the last 5 calendar years, including an identification of the different types of coal combustion byproducts generated and the volume of each type generated, except that after a generator has submitted its first annual report, which shall report the information in this subsection for the last 5 calendar years, subsequent annual reports need only provide the information in this subsection for the last calendar year;
(4) Descriptions of any modeling or risk assessments, or both, conducted relating to the coal combustion byproducts or their use;
(5) All laboratory reports of all chemical characterizations of the coal combustion byproducts;
(6) Except as provided in §G of this regulation, a description of how the generator disposed of or used its coal combustion byproducts in the last 5 calendar years, identifying:
(a) The types and volume of coal combustion byproducts disposed of or used, the location of disposal, mine reclamation and use sites, and the type and volume of coal combustion byproducts disposed of or used at each site; and
(b) The different uses by type and volume of coal combustion byproducts;
(7) A description of how the generator intends to dispose of or use its coal combustion byproducts in the next 5 years, identifying:
(a) The types and volume of coal combustion byproducts intended to be disposed of or used, the location of intended disposal, mine reclamation and use sites, and the type and volume of coal combustion byproducts intended to be disposed of or used at each site; and
(b) The different intended uses by type and volume of coal combustion byproducts.
B. An authorized official of the generator shall sign the annual report provided under §A of this regulation and certify as to the accuracy and completeness of the information contained in the annual report.
C. A generator shall maintain records of the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of the persons to whom the generator sold, transferred, or provided coal combustion byproducts for disposal, storage, use, or recycling; the type and volume of coal combustion byproducts provided to each person; and, if known, how each person disposed of, used, or recycled the coal combustion byproducts.
D. The generator shall maintain all records required by §§A and C of this regulation for a minimum of 5 years and shall make the records available to the Department upon request.
E. If changes in the raw materials or processes used by a generator result in the identification of new chemical constituents in the coal combustion byproducts, the generator shall submit a report to the Department, identifying the new chemical constituents and the change in raw materials or processes that resulted in the creation of the new chemical constituents.
F. Except as otherwise provided by law, the Department may publish on its website or elsewhere, or otherwise make available to the public, any information that it gathers from the annual reports or records provided under this regulation.
G. After a generator has submitted its first annual report, which shall report the information in §A(6) of this regulation for the last 5 calendar years, subsequent annual reports need only provide the information in §A(6) of this regulation for the last calendar year.

Md. Code Regs. 26.04.10.08