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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 9. Environment
Agency 20. Virginia Waste Management Board
Chapter 60. Virginia Hazardous Waste Management Regulations
3/29/2020

9VAC20-60-1285. Permit Application Fee and Annual Fee Schedules.

(The effective date of this fee schedule is August 27, 2014.)

Table 1. Permit Application Fees.

A. New or renewed TSD facility fees.

Elements of applications

Base fee for all facilities, including corrective action for solid waste management units.

$16,900

Supplementary fee for one or more land-based TSD units, including corrective action for solid waste management units.

$39,280

Supplementary fee for one or more incineration, boiler, or industrial furnace units (BIF).

$25,200

B. Major (Class 3) permit modification fees.

Elements of applications for major permit modifications

Base fee for all major (Class 3) modifications, including major changes related to corrective action for solid waste management unit.

$90

Addition of new wastes.

$2,310

Addition of or major (Class 3) change to one or more land-based TSD units, including major change related to corrective action for land-based solid waste management units.

$45,070

Addition of or major (Class 3) change to one or more incineration, boiler, or industrial furnace units.

$33,790

Addition of or major (Class 3) change to other treatment, storage or disposal units, processes or areas and major change related to corrective action for solid waste management units that are not land based.

$14,050

Substantive changes (Class 2).

$2,310

C. Minor (Class 1) permit modification fees.

Type of application

Minor (Class 1) permit modification fee.

$0

D. Emergency permit fee.

Type of application

Emergency permit fee.

$2,310

Table 2. Annual Fees.

E. Facilities fees.

Permitted treatment, storage, and disposal facility.

$2,800

Interim status treatment, storage, and disposal facility.

$2,800

Facility subject to an order or agreement.

$2,800

F. Large quantity generator fees.

Large quantity generators.

$1,000

Illustrative Examples

Example 1.

The applicant is submitting a Part B application for a HWM permit for a facility consisting of several surface impoundments, a land treatment process and an ancillary tank and container storage facility. The required fee is calculated as follows:

Base fee

+

Supplementary fee for land-based TSD units

+

Tank storage facility (see 9VAC20-60-1270 B 4)

=

Total fee

Example 2.

After a HWM facility permit has been issued to the facility described in Example 1, the owner and the operator of the facility propose to change the manufacturing process and apply for a modification to allow for an addition of several new hazardous streams to be treated in two new incinerators. The required modification fee is calculated from subsection B of this section as follows:

Base fee

+

Addition of new wastes

+

Addition of new incineration units

=

Total modification fee

The fee for a comparable new permit calculated on the basis of subsection A of this section is as follows:

Base fee

+

Supplementary fee for land-based units

+

Supplementary fee for incineration units

+

Storage facility

=

Total fee

Example 3.

After a HWM facility permit has been issued to the facility described in Example 1, the owner and the operator of the facility propose to expand their container storage facility for a storage of additional new waste streams, and apply for a permit modification. The required modification fee is calculated from subsection B of this section as follows:

Base fee

+

Addition of a new waste

+

Fee for nonsubstantive change

=

Total modification fee

Statutory Authority

§ 10.1-1402 of the Code of Virginia; 42 USC § 6921 et seq.; 40 CFR Parts 260 through 272.

Historical Notes

Derived from Volume 18, Issue 11, eff. March 13, 2002; amended, Virginia Register Volume 19, Issue 18, eff. July 1, 2003; Volume 20, Issue 23, eff. July 1, 2004; Volume 30, Issue 24, eff. August 27, 2014; Errata 31:13 VA.R. 1344 February 23, 2015.

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