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A. No registration certificate shall be issued for any hazardous waste facility or for the collection, storage, production, generation, transportation, processing, treatment or disposal of hazardous, chemotherapeutic or infectious waste unless the applicant shall first provide the Supervisors certification of compliance by the applicant, and the operator of any site involved, with this Part, any State permit, and any laws, rules and regulations of this Township, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or any other proper authority, and further conditioned upon the future deposit and containment of hazardous waste in compliance with the requirements of this Part, any State permit, and any laws, rules and regulations of this Township, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or any other proper authority such that the applicant shall guarantee there is no possibility that hazardous waste or any matter derived from such hazardous waste will leak or escape from the container and area in which such hazardous waste is disposed of and so that the applicant shall guarantee that there is no possibility that such hazardous waste will at any time in the future adversely affect the public health, safety, and welfare and economic and social well-being of the citizens of the Township. If the applicant or operator abandons the disposal facility or if the applicant or the disposal operations and methods do not comply with the requirements of this Part or State permit or any rule or regulation of any other proper authority, the Supervisors immediately may proceed to enforce the provisions of any applicable ordinance, statute, rule or regulation of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or any regulatory agency or other proper authority.
B. Any hazardous waste generated, collected, stored, transported, processed, treated or disposed of at any landfill, resource recovery facility or any other operation or which occurs as a result of any waste management activity within the Township shall be treated, handled and disposed of in accord with the Department of Environmental Protection's regulations for the handling of said hazardous waste as well as shall be treated, handled and disposed of in accord with the provisions of the Hazardous Sites Cleanup Act of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Act of October 18, 1988, P.L. 756, No. 108, 35 P.S. § 6020.101 et seq. This provision shall be applicable regardless of the amount of hazardous waste involved. [Ord. 12/10/2001]
2. The applicant for a certificate of registration dealing in any way with hazardous waste shall also provide evidence to the Township that said applicant has in force public liability insurance specifically covering environmental hazards in an amount not less than $10 million or such greater amount as the Supervisors may fix, depending upon the nature and scope of the project. Said insurance shall be with a reputable insurance company acceptable to the Supervisors and shall contain a noncancellation clause and shall be and remain in effect, unless substitute insurance likewise meeting the terms hereof is subsequently provided, for a period of at least 100 years after the deposit of waste commences, the generation of wastes occurs or after the deposit of the last waste deposited or generated on the site.
(Ord. 44-8-92, 8/10/1992, §VII; as amended by Ord. 12/10/2001)