(A)   Clean construction or demolition debris and uncontaminated soil fill. Clean construction or demolition debris fill operations and uncontaminated soil fill operations are subject to the regulations of this section, in addition to any state or federal permitting/ reporting requirements and applicable sections of 35 IAC 1100.
      (1)   Prior to the acceptance of soils for disposal, the site must have a standard operation procedure in place to verify that the regulations of this section have been met.
      (2)   A minimum of one load per day from each generating source must be subjected to a discharge inspection. The selected load must be spread out and screened with a PID or other monitoring device approved by the IEPA. Readings may not exceed 0.0 PPM. Loads must also be screened for non-CCDD materials. Documentation of results must be recorded and the records must be kept per the site's IEPA permit.
      (3)   Any rejected loads must be reported to the Will County Land Use Department, Resource Recovery and Energy Division within 24 hours. For all rejected loads the owner or operator is required to report, at a minimum, name and location address of facility, the date and time of the inspection, the weight or volume of the clean construction or demolition debris or uncontaminated soil, the name of the hauler, the name of the hauling firm, the vehicle identification number or license plate number, the source site owner and operator, and the location of the site of origin of the fill.
      (4)   Applicants must provide the Will County Land Use Department, Resource Recovery and Energy Division with current and complete IEPA permit applications, IEPA Permits, closure/ reclamation plans and NPDES permits as well as relevant correspondence relating to the site.
      (5)   The owner or operator is required to provided and maintain annually a performance bond (or other county-approved financial guarantee) in an amount equal to the estimated cost to close the current operating area. The estimate is subject to annual review and approval by Will County. The financial guarantee must be maintained for a minimum of five years after IEPA has issued a certificate of closure. This performance bond must be purchased by the operator and renewed each year by January 1, naming Will County as beneficiary.
      (6)   An adequate level of pollution liability insurance must be maintained by the operator until five years after the IEPA has issued a certificate of closure. The level of insurance will be reviewed by the county on a case-by-case basis, depending on site factors.
      (7)   In the event that Class I groundwater standards are violated, the owner or operator is required to supply municipal water (or an alternative clean drinking water source such as a deeper well) to residents or businesses served by a private well within one-quarter mile of the facility. Each situation must be evaluated individually and the following parameters must be considered:
         (a)   Is the detected compound a drinking water parameter that is a threat to human health or the environment; and
         (b)   Is the detected compound a result of the operations of the facility or is it a naturally occurring compound present in both upgradient and down gradient wells.
(Ord. effective 10-1-2012)