(A)   Compliance with state and local standards. All animal manure shall be stored and transported in conformance with the state’s Pollution Control Agency Rules 7020 and this chapter.
   (B)   Potential pollution hazard prohibited. No manure storage area shall be constructed, located or operated so as to create or maintain a potential pollution hazard unless a certificate of compliance or a permit has been issued by the MPCA.
   (C)   Vehicles, spreaders. All vehicles used to transport animal manure on public roads shall be leak-proof. Manure spreaders with end gates shall be in compliance with this provision; provided, the end gate works effectively to restrict leakage and the manure spreader is leak-proof.
   (D)   Utilization as domestic fertilizer. Animal manure, where utilized as domestic fertilizer, shall not be stored for longer than one year.
   (E)   Runoff control structures. All manure storage areas shall have runoff control structures to contain the liquid if the storage area is located where a potential pollution hazard exists.
   (F)   Storage capacity. A manure utilization plan specifying storage capacity adequate for the type and quantity of manure generated by the animal feedlot shall be developed as part of the permit process.
   (G)   Liquid manure storage areas. All liquid manure storage areas must comply with the provisions of Minn. Rules part 7020.2100.
   (H)   Steel tanks. No steel tanks shall be used for underground manure storage.
(Ord. 06-02, passed 4-4-2006)  Penalty, see § 10.99