OAR 340-110-0070


The Commission shall not issue a permit for any facility designed to dispose of PCB by incineration unless:


The facility is also equipped to incinerate hazardous waste; and


The applicant has received all federal and state permits required to operate a hazardous waste incinerator.


An incinerator that disposes of PCB or PCB items must incinerate more hazardous waste than PCB. Any permit issued by the Commission for the incineration of PCB or PCB items shall contain a condition requiring the incineration of at least this level of hazardous waste.


An incinerator used for the incineration of PCB or PCB items shall be permitted by the Department pursuant to divisions 106 and 120.
NOTE: The owner or operator of an incinerator may also have to obtain an Air Contaminant Discharge Permit from the Department and such permit may establish standards and requirements more stringent than those of 40 CFR 761.70 or this Division.


Section (5) of this rule is added to the provisions of 40 CFR 761.70(d)(1).


Information which shows that Subparts B, C, D, F, G and H of 40 CFR 264 will be met when applied to the incineration of PCB and PCB items.


The provisions of 40 CFR 761.70(d)(8) are replaced by section (7) of this rule.


Transfer of Property. The permit is personal to the permittee and is nontransferable. A new owner or operator shall comply with OAR 340-105-0010 (General Application Requirements and Requirements Applicable to Existing Management Facilities)(2)(d)(B)(iv).
Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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