(A)   Wet suppression control system equipment shall be installed and maintained at all crushing and screening equipment, and conveyor transfer points, except for the wet section of the processing plant when water is added to the process in sufficient quantities to clean the stone free of all fine particles.
   (B)   (1)   The access road from any adjacent public street or highway shall be paved for a distance of at least 500 feet from the edge of that public street or highway.
      (2)   At the interior end of any paved access road, either:
         (a)   A series of speed bumps shall be installed to bump any dirt and mud from the truck tires and truck body; or
         (b)   A pull-off area will be installed to permit drivers to remove dirt, mud, and excess stone from the truck tires and truck body.
      (3)   The paved portion of the access road, including any speed bumps and any paved parking or pull-off areas shall be vacuumed or washed free of any dirt whenever needed to prevent the generation of dust, but no less than once each week during periods of operation.
   (C)   (1)   All interior roads, quarry floor, stockpile areas, and the like that will experience vehicle traffic shall be sprayed with water on an as-needed basis to minimize the generation of dust.
      (2)   Records of water applications shall be retained for a period of at least three years at the site, and made available to town officers or their designated representatives for inspection and copying.
   (D)   Open stockpiles containing greater than 1% of material finer than 200 mesh size, such as #53 or #73 dense graded aggregate, shall be sprayed with water using a truck equipped with a fire nozzle spray system on an as-needed basis to minimize the generation of dust.
   (E)   Loading of stone trucks, hoppers, or bins, either in the quarry or in and around the processing plant shall be done in a manner to minimize the free fall distance.
   (F)   No visible fugitive dust shall cross the boundaries of the quarry property except in accordance with state and federal air emissions standards.
(Prior Code, § 6-114)  (Ord. 1994-6, passed 5-9-1994)  Penalty, see § 150.99