§ 50.33  CONTENT OF APPLICATION.
   The following is a listing of the minimum content of applications for site location approval for a transfer station to be located within the Village of East Dundee. The applicant may, at its discretion, provide additional information with its application.
Note: * denotes that a graphic presentation or figure is required with the text.
Written Presentation:
   I.   The facility is necessary to accommodate the waste needs of the area it is intended to serve.
A.   Introduction
B.   Economic benefits of facility
C.   Service area identification*
D.   Demographics of service area
E.   Waste generation rates of service area
F.   Existing waste disposal network for service area
G.   Future waste disposal network for service area
H.   Conclusion, signed by professional expert
   II.   The facility is so designed, located and proposed to be operated that the public health, safety and welfare will be protected.
A.   Introduction
B.   Site legal and general description*
1.   Survey plat with existing structures*
2.   Identification of property owners
3.   Existing topography of site (minimum two foot contours)*
4.   Title search of property
C.   Existing conditions of site and adjacent properties*
1.   Historical property uses
D.   Location standards
1.   Residential properties*
2.   Floodplain limits*
3.   Archaeological study
4.   Airport study
5.   Groundwater study
6.   Endangered species study
7.   List covenants recorded with the property deed
8.   Identification of wetlands on property
E.   Site design
1.   Entrance*
2.   Landscaping plan*
3.   Access roads and interior traffic circulation*
4.   Security measures to be implemented
5.   Weight station location and design*
6.   Parking on site*
7.   Vehicle stacking procedures*
8.   Utilities on site*
9.   Office structures
10.   Transfer station structure and detailed floor plan*
11.   Water supply, water capacity, and facility's water requirements
12.   Stormwater management measures
a.   Two year, 24 hour design
b.   100 year, 24 hour design
c.   Basin design and release rate
            d.   Sediment control measures
e.   Erosion control measures (on-site and off-site)
f.   Drainage flow off-site*
g.   Site location on USES 7.5 Minute Quadrangle Map*
      F.   Operations
1.   Hours of operation
2.   Quantity of waste accepted
3.   Anticipated quantities of waste received by waste type
4.   Identification of acceptable waste types
5.   Waste screening procedures
6.   Waste transfer operational plan*
7.   Overnight storage of waste on site
8.   Waste volume throughput analysis
9.   Identification of disposal sites and permits
10.   Identification of proposed railroad activities
11.   Recycling activities on site
12.   Equipment requirements
13.   Facility cleaning procedures
14.   Load checking program
15.   Traffic pattern (on-site)*
16.   Facility for employees
17.   Fueling procedures
18.   Litter control
19.   Vector control procedures
20.   Indoor air quality
21.   Outdoor air quality
22.   Odor control procedures
23.   Noise control procedures
24.   Training personnel
25.   Fire control protection
26.   Lockout/tagout procedures
27.   Insurance coverage
28.   Record keeping procedures
a.   Daily tonnage receipts by waste type
b.   In-county daily tonnage receipts
c.   All regulatory correspondence
d.   All environmental and regulatory inspections
e.   Wastewater generation and disposal records
f.   Load inspection and load discrepancy records
g.   Accident records
         29.   Wastewater generation and handling
a.   Wastewater generation calculations
b.   Wastewater storage procedures
c.   Wastewater disposal/treatment procedures
         30.   Operational contingency plans
a.   Equipment failure
b.   Interruption of utility service
            c.   Inclement weather
d.   Labor strikes
31.   Proposed life of facility
32.   Final closure
a.   Waste removal
b.   Equipment removal
c.   Equipment cleaning
d.   Cost estimate
e.   Schedule
      G.   Operator information and experience
1.   Articles of incorporation
2.   Audited financial statements
3.   Transfer station experience within Illinois
4.   Summary of all transfer station violations in Illinois
5.   Transfer station experience outside Illinois
6.   Resume of facility manager
      H.   Conclusion, signed by professional expert
   III.   The facility is located so as to minimize incompatibility with the character of the surrounding area and to minimize the effect on the value of the surrounding property.
      A.   Introduction
      B.   Land use/zoning/planning study
1.   Site zoning
2.   Adjacent and surrounding zoning*
3.   Adjacent and surrounding land uses*
4.   Landscape plan*
5.   Setbacks*
6.   Conformity with the Kane County 2020 Land Resource Management Plan
      C.   Real estate impact study
1.   Proposed improvements
2.   Chicago Metropolitan Area data and Kane County Area data
3.   Transfer site area study
4.   Property value impact study
      D.   Conclusion, signed by professional expert
   IV.   The facility is located outside the boundary of the 100 year flood plain or the site is flood-proofed.
      A.   Introduction
      B.   Location of 100 year floodplain*
      C.   Conclusion, signed by professional expert
   V.   The plan of operations for the facility is designed to minimize the danger to the surrounding area from fire, spills or other operational accidents.
A.   Introduction
B.   Fire prevention measures
C.   Spill prevention measures
D.   Accident prevention/risk management
E.   Operational contingency plan
F.   Conclusion, signed by professional expert
   VI.   The traffic patterns to, or from, the facility are so designed as to minimize the impact on existing traffic flows.
A.   Introduction
B.   Methodology used
1.   Traffic characteristics of the facility
2.   Traffic assignment and analysis
3.   Roadway and site access requirements
      C.   Site accessibility
1.   Site location*
2.   Area roadways*
3.   Proposed roadway improvements*
4.   Existing traffic volumes
      D.   Develop traffic characteristics
1.   Directional distribution
2.   Estimated site traffic generation
3.   Future growth
E.   Accident history of key intersections to, and from, facility
F.   Traffic impact analysis
   1.   Site access
G.   Identification of routing to disposal facility
H.   Gap study
I.   Conclusion, signed by professional expert
   VII.   If the facility will be treating, storing or disposing of hazardous waste, an emergency response plan exists for the facility which Includes notification, containment and evacuation procedures to be used in case of an accidental release.
A.   Introduction
B.   Emergency response plan
C.   Conclusion, signed by professional expert
   VIII.   If the facility is to be located in a county where the County Board has adopted a solid waste management plan consistent with the planning requirements of the Local Solid Waste Disposal Act or the Solid Waste Planning and Recycling Act, the facility is consistent with that plan.
A.   Introduction
B.   Benefits of facility
C.   Consistency with the solid waste plan
D.   Conclusion, signed by professional expert
   IX.   If the facility will be located within a regulated recharge area, any applicable requirements specified by the Board for such areas have been met.
A.   Introduction
B.   Location of regulated recharge
C.   Conclusion, signed by professional expert
(Ord. 06-19, passed 6-19-2006)