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BULLET St. Louis City Revised Code Chapter 11.02 Solid Waste Disposal Part V

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Chapter 11.02
Solid Waste Disposal
PART V SANITARY AND DEMOLITION LANDFILLS

Sections:

11.02.350 State permit required.
11.02.355 Board of Public Service permit required.
11.02.360 Sign posting required.

11.02.350 State permit required.

The maintenance or operation of any sanitary landfill or demolition landfill without a permit from the Department of Natural Resources of the State of Missouri (or any successor agency thereto) as provided by Chapter 260 of the Missouri Revised Statutes and regulations issued thereunder, or in violation of any terms of such permit, is prohibited.
(Ord. 59121 12 (a), 1984.)

11.02.355 Board of Public Service permit required.

No solid waste transfer station, sanitary landfill, demolition landfill, or inert material disposition site shall be operated without a permit of the Board of Public Service. An application for a permit shall be filed with the Health Commissioner and shall contain a description and plat of the land proposed to be used, a description of the proposed operation, availability of and equipment for water supply, type and capacity of equipment proposed to be used, plans for fire, nuisance, and vermin control, and other information the Health Commissioner may reasonably require. The Health Commissioner shall examine the premises and forward to the Board of Public Service a copy of his report, together with his recommendation that the permit be granted or refused, and if the latter, he shall set forth the reasons therefor and notify the applicant thereof. Permits shall be issued by the Board of Public Service upon payment of an annual fee of one hundred dollars and shall be renewable annually at the expiration of one year from the date of issuance and upon application to the Health Commissioner as above provided. Such permit shall set forth a grade and elevation determined by the Board of Public Service above which material disposition shall not be permitted. No solid waste transfer station or sanitary or demolition landfill permit shall be issued unless the Board of Public Service concludes that a state permit has been or will be issued, and the Board may condition such permits on such issuance. No permit provided for by this section shall be issued if prohibited by any federal agency or body having authority to do so. Such permits may be conditioned on compliance with all applicable state and federal regulations, and/or the approval of any federal agency or body with lawful jurisdiction over such permits. No inert material may be placed for final disposition at any place other than an inert material disposition site for which a permit is in effect. This section does not forbid the filling of excavations, in accordance with applicable laws or ordinances, or the use of inert materials for landscaping purposes, in accordance with applicable laws or ordinances, or quarrying and the maintenance of piles of dirt and/or the substance quarried adjacent to the quarry, in conformity with applicable laws or ordinances.
(Ord. 66244 2, 2004: prior: Ord. 59121 12 (b), 1984.)

11.02.360 Sign posting required.

Any sanitary landfill, demolition landfill, or inert material disposition site shall be at all times prominently posted with signs, on all sides thereof, stating the nature of the site, by whom the site is operated, the permit numbers and dates of issuance of the permits under which the site is operated, and the identity of the bodies issuing the permit.
(Ord. 59121 12 (c), 1984.)

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