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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 9. Environment
Agency 25. State Water Control Board
Chapter 630. Virginia Pollution Abatement Regulation and General Permit for Poultry Waste Management
7/8/2020

9VAC25-630-60. Tracking and Accounting Requirements for Poultry Waste Brokers.

A. Poultry waste brokers shall register with the department by providing their name and address on a form approved by the department prior to transferring poultry waste.

B. When a poultry waste broker transfers to another person more than 10 tons of poultry waste in any 365-day period, the poultry waste broker shall provide information regarding the transfer of poultry waste to both the source and recipient of the waste.

1. The broker name and address shall be provided to the source of the transferred poultry waste:

2. The following items shall be provided to the recipient of the transferred poultry waste:

a. The broker name and address;

b. The most recent nutrient analysis of the poultry waste; and

c. A fact sheet.

C. When a poultry waste broker transfers to another person more than 10 tons of poultry waste in any 365-day period, the poultry waste broker shall keep records regarding the transferred poultry waste.

1. The following items shall be recorded regarding the source of the transferred poultry waste:

a. The source name and address;

b. The amount of the poultry waste received from the source; and

c. The date the poultry waste was acquired.

2. The following items shall be recorded regarding the recipient of the transferred poultry waste:

a. The recipient name and address;

b. The amount of poultry waste received by the person;

c. The date of the transaction;

d. The nutrient content of the waste;

e. The locality in which the recipient intends to utilize the waste (i.e., nearest town or city and zip code);

f. The name of the stream of waterbody if known to the recipient that is nearest to the waste utilization or storage site; and

g. The signed waste transfer records form acknowledging the receipt of the following:

(1) The waste;

(2) The nutrient analysis of the waste; and

(3) A fact sheet.

D. Poultry waste brokers shall submit copies of the records required by subsection C of this section, to the department annually using a form approved by the department. Records for the preceding calendar year shall be submitted to the department not later than February 15. Poultry waste brokers shall maintain the records required by subsection C of this section for at least three years and make them available to department personnel upon request.

E. If waste from two or more poultry waste sources is commingled or stored then a sample that best represents the waste shall be used to calculate the nutrients available in the poultry waste for land application and shall be provided to the end-user of the waste.

F. If the poultry waste broker land applies the poultry waste for the end-user then the broker shall provide the end-user with the records regarding land application as required by 9VAC25-630-70.

G. Poultry waste brokers shall complete a training program offered or approved by the department within one year of registering with the department. Poultry waste brokers shall complete a training program at least once every five years.

H. Any duly authorized agent of the board may, at reasonable times and under reasonable circumstances, enter any establishment or upon any property, public or private, for the purpose of obtaining information or conducting surveys or investigations necessary in the enforcement of the provisions of this regulation.

Statutory Authority

§§ 62.1-44.15 and 62.1-44.17:1.1 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Volume 17, Issue 03, eff. December 1, 2000; amended, Virginia Register Volume 26, Issue 06, eff. January 1, 2010.

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