Consolidated SPDES Renewals
Pursuant to the Environmental Conservation Law, sections 1-0101(3)(d), 1-0101(3((b), 3-0301(1)(b), 3-0301(1)(d), 3-0301(2)(m), 9-0105(1) and 9-0105(3) and Executive Law Section 816(3) the Department of Environmental Conservation hereby gives notice of the following:
Adoption of a new 190.0(b)10 that defines persons
with disabilities and adoption of a new subdivision (f)
of section 190.3 of 6NYCRR, Camping Sites
For further information contact:
Bureau of State Land Management
Albany, New York 12233-4255
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION DIVISION OF SOLID & HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
Proposed Amendments to 6 NYCRR Parts 370, 371, 372, 373 and Appendix 30:
Hazardous Waste Manifest Regulations
Pursuant to Environmental Conservation Law Article 3, Title 3; Article 27, Section 0905; and Article 71, Titles 27 and 35, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) hereby gives notice of the following:
The NYSDEC will hold a public hearing on the proposed regulations to amend Parts 370, 371, 372, 373 and Appendix 30 of Title 6 of the Official Compilation of Codes, Rules and Regulations (6 NYCRR) of the State of New York, to change the hazardous waste manifest regulations.
This rulemaking will amend the Part 370 Series hazardous waste management regulations to incorporate mandated federal changes published in the March 4, 2005 and June 16, 2005 Federal Registers regarding the Hazardous Waste Manifest Program.
Specifically, the hazardous waste manifest form is being revised by the Federal Government and this revised form must be used starting on September 5, 2006. Other changes to improve and modernize hazardous waste tracking already adopted by the federal government are also proposed for adoption by the State. In addition, State initiated changes to the State manifest program are proposed.
The legislative public hearings will be held as follows:
April 19, 2006
|2:00 p.m.||NYSDEC - Conference Room 919
Albany, New York 12233
These hearing locations are accessible to handicapped persons. Interpreter services shall be made available to deaf persons at no charge, upon written request within a reasonable time period prior to the scheduled hearing.
All persons, organizations, corporations, government agencies, etc. which may be affected by the proposed amendments are invited to attend the hearings and to submit either written or oral statements. The hearing sessions will continue until all persons wishing to make statements have been heard. Written statements received prior to the close of the public comment period or during the hearing sessions and oral statements made at the hearing sessions will be given equal weight. It is recommended that all statements be submitted in writing.
Written statements may be filed until close of business Monday, April 24, 2006 with Deborah Aldrich, NYSDEC, Division of Solid & Hazardous Materials, 625 Broadway, Albany, NY 12233-7250, and can be faxed to Ms. Aldrich at 518-402-9024, or e-mailed to email@example.com .
The proposed amendments can be found on the Department's web site at http://www.dec.state.ny.us . To obtain additional information, please contact Deborah Aldrich at (518) 402-8730.
NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY OF PROGRAM POLICY CONCERNING NEW NONMETALLIC UNDERGROUND PIPING AT PETROLEUM BULK STORAGE FACILITIES
The Department has finalized the Program Policy in relation to nonmetallic underground piping at Petroleum Bulk Storage ("PBS") facilities. This policy provides guidance to Department staff and the regulated community regarding compliance with 6 NYCRR §614.14(d).
Pursuant to this policy, the Department delayed until January 1, 2006 recognition of UL Standard 971 (revised effective July 1, 2005) as satisfying the requirements of 6 NYCRR §614.14(d). Beginning January 1, 2006, only fiberglass and flexible underground piping which has been certified as meeting UL-971 (revised effective July 1, 2005) will comply with 6 NYCRR §614.14(d). Any nonmetallic piping installed on or after that date that lacks such certification shall be deemed a violation of 6 NYCRR §614.14(d).
The draft policy was published in the November 2, 2005 issue of the Environmental Notice Bulletin. The November 2nd notice announced a 30-day comment period pertaining to the proposed policy and the availability of the full text document for review. Comments on the draft policy were submitted and Department Staff prepared a Responsiveness Summary.
In accordance with NYS Environmental Conservation Law §3-0301(2)(z), this Policy will become effective thirty (30) days from the date of this publication.
The final Policy and the Responsiveness Summary are available on the Departments website at: www.dec.state.ny.us/website/der/bulkstor/ . In addition, it can be obtained from the Spill Prevention and Bulk Storage Section, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Division of Environmental Remediation, 625 Broadway, Albany, New York 12233-7020.
New York State Department of Health
Bureau of Water Supply Protection
Flanigan Square, 547 River Street
Troy, NY 12180-2216
New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation
Albany, NY 12207-2997
MUNICIPALITIES AND OWNERS/OPERATORS OF PUBLIC DRINKING WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS
New York State Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Intended Use Plan
The New York State Department of Health (DOH) and the New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation (EFC) propose to amend the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) Final Intended Use Plan (IUP) dated September 27, 2005 to adjust the estimated project cost for one DWSRF project listed on the Project Readiness List. A project description and explanation of the reason for the change and cost increase are included in the table below:
|Borrower||County||Project Description||DWSRF #||Current IUP Cost||Proposed IUP Cost||Explanation|
|(T) Beekmantown||Clinton||Extend system to serve area with private contaminated wells, consolidate public water supply, eliminate public water supply with past total coliform detection||17148||$603,630||$779,000||The cost increase is the result of an update of the original project estimate by the engineer. It is attributed to inflation and an increase in material costs, including a significant increase in steel prices since the original project estimate.|
The Department has determined that the project cost increase is necessary, reasonable and consistent with the original project concept. In addition, the scope of the project has not changed, nor have we altered the project priority rankings in any way. The project cost increase will not adversely affect any other project on the IUP Project Readiness List above the funding line. Except for the above-noted change, there are no other changes to projects listed on the Project Readiness List or to the project priority rankings.
Written statements or comments on the above DWSRF project cost increase will be accepted by fax or mail until close of business on March 16, 2006 and should be filed with:
Mr. John M. Dunn, P.E.
Bureau of Water Supply Protection
Flanigan Square, 547 River Street, Room 400
Troy, New York 12180-2216
Fax Number: (518) 402-7659
The revised Project Readiness List may be obtained by calling DOH’s toll free information line at 1-800-458-1158, extension 27676 (within New York State only) or (518) 402-7676.