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.010 Any person or business, which has previously been required to submit a Hazardous Material Business Plan, shall obtain a permit and submit a closure work plan to the CUPA at least 30 days prior to the closure, relocation, sale or exchange of the business and/or the real property on which the business is located, describing the work to be performed to properly clean, inspect, sample and close the facility. The closure work plan shall be approved by the CUPA before the removal of hazardous or potentially hazardous materials or hazardous wastes from property prior to implementation.
.020 The closure work plan shall describe procedures for terminating the storage of hazardous materials and/or hazardous wastes in each facility in a manner that:
.0201 Eliminates or minimizes the need for further maintenance;
.0202 Controls to the extent that a threat to public health or safety or to the environment from residual hazardous materials and/or hazardous wastes in the facility is minimized or eliminated; and
.0203 Demonstrates that the hazardous materials and/or hazardous wastes that were stored in the facility will be removed, disposed of, neutralized or reused in an appropriate manner.
.030 If underground storage tanks are also being closed, a separate tank closure permit must be obtained from the CUPA and must be referenced in the overall closure plan.
.040 A closure report shall be submitted to the CUPA within 30 days of completion of work outlined in the closure work plan. (Ord. 5785 § 1 (part); October 2, 2001: Ord. 6150 § 1 (part); July 21, 2009.)