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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 9. Environment
Agency 20. Virginia Waste Management Board
Chapter 90. Solid Waste Management Permit Action Fees and Annual Fees
8/4/2020

9VAC20-90-120. Permit Application Fee Schedules.

TABLE 3.1–1. NEW OR INITIAL ISSUANCE OR ACTION.

TYPE OF FACILITY

FEE

All landfills:

Part A application

$4,180

Part B application

$18,680

Incineration/Energy Recovery Facility

$5,880

Transfer Station, Materials Recovery Facility, Regulated Medical Waste Storage Facility, or Regulated Medical Waste Treatment Facility

$4,310

Compost Facility

Facilities Processing Category I Waste

$6,850

Facilities Processing Waste Categories I, II, or III, or Categories III and Lower

$10,550

Facilities Processing Waste Categories I, II, III, or IV, or Categories IV and Lower

$12,670

Experimental Solid Waste Facility

$2,090

Permit-by-rule Initial Review and Confirmation

$390

Emergency Permit

$2,310

TABLE 3.1‑2. MAJOR PERMIT ACTIONS, AMENDMENTS, OR MODIFICATIONS.

TYPE OF PERMIT MODULE

FEE

Landfill Part A

$4,180

General - Module I

$390

Facility - Module II

$1,310

Landfill - Module III, IV, or V

$7,050

Design plan review

$910

Liner design review

$1,960

Leachate system review

$1,310

Gas management plan review

$1,700

Drainage plan review

$910

Cover design review

$1,830

Equipment

$390

Compost facility - Module VI

$3,660

Design plan review

$650

Liner design review

$1,310

Leachate system review

$910

Drainage plan review

$650

Equipment

$390

Transfer station - Module VII

$1,180

Material recovery facility - Module VIII

$1,570

Waste supply analysis

$650

Waste management areas

$520

Wastewater management areas

$390

Incinerator/Energy recovery facility - Module IX

$3,000

Waste and residue storage

$910

Operational requirements

$1,570

Waste control procedures

$520

Groundwater monitoring - Module X or XI

$3,260

Well placement

$1,310

Materials and specifications

$390

Sampling plan

$1,570

Closure - Module XII

$390

Post-closure - Module XIII

$390

Corrective action - Module XIV

$3,000

Leachate handling Module XV

$1,310

Regulated medical waste storage facility - Module XVI

$390

Regulated medical waste treatment facility - Module XVII

$390

Permit-by-rule Modification Review and Confirmation

$390

Public participation (does not include costs of newspaper advertisements or radio broadcasts)

$1,040

TABLE 3.1-3. VARIANCE REQUESTS.

TYPE OF VARIANCE

FEE

Base fee for all variances

$390

Supplemental fees based on variance type

Exemption from classification as a solid waste

$520

Variance to permitting requirements

Siting requirements

$520

Facility design (other than alternate liner design)

$520

Operational requirements

--

Groundwater monitoring (other than groundwater protection standards and location of monitoring system)

$920

Closure requirements

--

Post-closure requirements

--

Groundwater Protection Standards

--

Alternate liner system design

$1,570

Location of groundwater monitoring system

$920

Statutory Authority

§ 10.1-1402 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Volume 19, Issue 18, eff. July 1, 2003; amended, Virginia Register Volume 20, Issue 23, eff. July 1, 2004; Volume 29, Issue 21, eff. August 1, 2013.

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