§ 297.103. Maps and related information.
An application shall contain a topographic map of the proposed permit area and adjacent area, including necessary narrative descriptions, which show the following:
(1) The boundaries and names of present owners of record of land, both surface and subsurface, including easements, rights-of-way and other property interests, for the proposed permit area and adjacent area; the boundaries of the land within the proposed permit area; and a description of title, deed or usage restrictions affecting the proposed permit area.
(2) The boundaries of the land to be affected over the estimated total life of the proposed operation.
(3) The location and name of surface water bodies such as springs, streams, lakes, ponds, wetlands, constructed or natural drains and irrigation ditches that are located on or within 1/4 mile of the proposed facility.
(4) The location and name of public and private water sources that are located on or within 1/4 mile of the proposed facility. If more than 50 wells are located within the 1/4 mile radius, the applicant may identify only the closest wells in each direction and generally describe the location and number of wells within 1/4 mile of the proposed facility.
(5) The location of rights-of-way for high-tension power lines, pipelines, railroads and public and private roads within 300 feet of the proposed facility.
(6) The location of buildings in use within 300 feet of the proposed facility.
(7) The anticipated location of water quality monitoring points, if monitoring is required by the Department.
(8) The boundaries of land within the proposed permit area or adjacent area identified in § 297.202 (relating to areas where incinerators and other processing facilities are prohibited).
(9) The location of underground mine shafts on the permit area and adjacent area.
(10) The municipalities in which the permit area is proposed to be located.
(11) The location of the 100-year floodplain boundaries.
(12) The location of access roads to and within the proposed permit area, including slopes, grades and lengths of the roads.
(13) The location of barriers, fences and similar structures required by § 297.212 (relating to access control).
(14) The water diversion, collection, conveyance, erosion and sedimentation control, treatment, storage and discharge facilities to be used.
(15) The solid waste storage or loading/unloading areas.
(16) The areas of land for which a bond will be posted under Chapter 287, Subchapter E (relating to bonding and insurance requirements).
(17) The location, size and use of buildings and related facilities which will be used in the operation, including their horizontal and vertical dimensions.
(18) The location of scales and weigh stations to be used in the operation.
(19) Utilities to be installed at the facility.
(20) For noncaptive residual waste processing facilities, a designated area for vehicles for use in the event of the detection of waste containing radioactive material. The designated area shall, by location or shielding, protect the environment, facility staff and public from radiation originating in the vehicle. The Departments Guidance Document on Radioactivity Monitoring at Solid Waste Processing and Disposal Facilities, Document Number 250-3100-001, describes various factors to consider in determining an appropriate designated area.
The provisions of this § 297.103 amended January 12, 2001, effective January 13, 2001, 31 Pa.B. 235. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (226873) to (226874).
This section cited in 25 Pa. Code § 287.135 (relating to transition period for radiation monitoring).
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