PUBLIC HEALTH CODE (EXCERPT)
Act 368 of 1978
333.13731 Processor's permit; identification number; requirements; conditions; validity; issuance or renewal; application; nontransferable; applicability; fee; modification of permit; administrative costs.
(1) Except as otherwise provided in section 13726(2), a person shall not process waste in this state after the issuance of a construction and operating license for a disposal site under this part unless the person holds a processor's permit issued under this section or issued in a state that has been granted equivalent privileges in this state under section 13724. The department shall assign an identification number to each processor who is issued a permit or who has equivalent privileges in this state pursuant to section 13724.
(2) A processor's permit shall include requirements as provided in this part, and in any rules promulgated under this part, in the low-level radioactive waste authority act, and conditions that are equivalent to applicable federal requirements. Other conditions as necessary and provided by law may be imposed after the department has submitted to the governor and the legislature the written recommendations required under section 13707(2). A processor's permit is valid for 3 years after the date of issuance.
(3) Upon receipt of the application and fee in subsection (6), the department shall issue or renew a processor's permit if it determines that the processor meets the requirements of this part.
(4) An application for a processor's permit shall contain information required by the department to implement and enforce this part, including all of the following information:
(a) The estimated quantities and types of waste to be processed.
(b) The procedures and methods to be used for responding to the release of waste, including an analysis of the potential pathways for a release of waste to the environment and the potential impact of such a release.
(c) The location and use of storage and transfer facilities, if any.
(5) A processor's permit shall not be transferable, and shall state with particularity the persons and real or personal property to which it applies.
(6) Each person who submits an application for a processor's permit or permit renewal under this section shall pay a permit application fee of $500.00.
(7) If a processor requests modification of a processor's permit, or if the director determines that modifications are necessary to conform to the requirements of this part, the director may invoke permit modifications which the director considers necessary and may specify the time required to complete the modifications. The director may prescribe a fee not to exceed $500.00 for administrative costs associated with the processing of a modification to a processor permit.
History: Add. 1987, Act 203, Imd. Eff. Dec. 22, 1987
Am. 1994, Act 435, Imd. Eff. Jan. 6, 1995
Popular Name: Act 368
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