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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 9. Environment
Agency 20. Virginia Waste Management Board
7/17/2019

Chapter 81. Solid Waste Management RegulationsRead Chapter

Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Policy
Section 25
Purpose of chapter
Section 30
Administration of chapter
Section 35
Applicability of chapter
Section 40
Prohibitions
Section 45
Open dumps
Section 50
Enforcement and appeal
Section 60
Ten year permit review
Section 70
Public participation and information
Section 80
Solid waste information and assessment program
Section 90
Relationship with other regulations promulgated by the Virginia Waste Management Board
Section 95
Identification of solid waste
Section 97
Beneficial use demonstrations
Section 100
General
Section 110
Applicability
Section 120
Siting requirements
Section 130
Design and construction requirements
Section 140
Operation requirements
Section 160
Closure requirements
Section 170
Post-closure care requirements
Section 200
Control of decomposition gases
Section 210
Leachate control
Section 250
Groundwater monitoring program
Section 260
Corrective action program
Section 300
General
Section 310
Applicability
Section 320
Siting requirements
Section 330
Design and construction requirements
Section 340
Operation requirements
Section 350
Recordkeeping requirements
Section 360
Closure requirements
Section 370
Closure requirements for surface impoundments and lagoons
Section 380
Remediation waste management units
Section 385
Landfill mining
Section 395
Miscellaneous facilities
Section 397
Exempt yard waste composting facilities
Section 400
Applicability
Section 410
Permits-by-rule and other special permits
Section 430
Permit conditions
Section 450
Permit application procedures
Section 460
Part a permit application
Section 470
Part B permit application for solid waste disposal facilities
Section 475
Part B permit application requirements for CCR surface impoundments
Section 480
Part B permit application requirements for other solid waste management facilities
Section 485
Operations manual requirements for solid waste management facilities
Section 490
Effect of the permit
Section 530
Recording and reporting required of a permittee
Section 550
Permit denial
Section 560
Appeal of a permit denial
Section 570
Revocation or suspension of permits
Section 580
Appeal of revocation of a permit
Section 600
Modification of permits
Section 610
General
Section 620
Asbestos-containing waste materials
Section 630
Wastes containing polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)
Section 640
Waste tires
Section 650
White goods
Section 660
Soil contaminated with petroleum products
Section 700
General
Section 710
Solid waste classification exemption procedure
Section 720
Variances to permitting requirements
Section 740
Variance to location of the groundwater monitoring system
Section 760
Administrative procedures
Section 800
Adoption of 40 CFR Part 257 Subpart D by reference - Standards for the Disposal of Coal Combustion Residuals in Landfills and Surface Impoundments
Section 810
Permits for CCR landfills and CCR surface impoundments
Section 820
Inactive CCR surface impoundments
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