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  444.362.  Closure plan, purposes, contents, review of. — 1.  The operator shall submit a closure plan, the purpose of which shall be to:

  (1)  Ensure that metallic mineral wastes are contained on-site as required by applicable NPDES permits, dam safety registration requirements, waste management program requirements, and air pollution control regulations;

  (2)  Ensure the continued integrity of the waste management structures; and

  (3)  Ensure that the proposed final designated uses of the area are achieved.

  2.  The closure plan shall state the final designated uses for the waste management area, which designated uses shall be compatible with and achieve the purposes of sections 444.352 to 444.380.  There may be multiple uses so long as they are compatible.  The designated uses may include wildlife, agricultural, recreational, commercial, industrial or other appropriate uses, including the processing of wastes or the removal of waste materials off-site for beneficial uses.  The operator shall meet the requirements for establishing the designated uses as specified by the permit.

  3.  Based on the designated uses, the plan shall set forth the measures to be taken to accomplish the objectives of the plan, including measures to provide, as necessary:

  (1)  Surface water management;

  (2)  Monitoring and protection of ground water;

  (3)  Waste management structures control;

  (4)  Vegetation;

  (5)  Control of off-site removal;

  (6)  Control of movement from wind; and

  (7)  Such other matters required to accomplish the purposes of the plan.

  4.  The closure plan shall be reviewed by the operator and the director every five years, or upon request of the owner or operator and shall be revised as necessary.

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(L. 1989 H.B. 321 § 6)


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