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Plans and specifications for a solid waste treatment facility must include a Design and Construction Plan, an Operational Plan and Site Closure Plan. These plans are used to describe the location and physical features of the facility as well as address specific details about the facility. These details can be illustrated with a map and in writing. Additional details to be contained in each plan are described on the following pages.
These types of plans are used to describe in detail what you intend to construct at your facility.
Construction cannot begin until the Department has approved the plans.
Once approved, the Department must approve of any modifications.
In most cases, plans must be prepared and stamped by an engineer registered in the State of Oregon.
This type of plan is used to describe how you intend to operate your facility in compliance with the applicable regulations.
A site closure plan describes how a site will be closed once operations have ceased, and in a manner that protects the environment and human health.
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