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West Virginia 2013

Solid Waste Management Plan

Complete 2013 West Virginia Solid Waste Management Plan

COVER  -  TABLE OF CONTENTS

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Chapter 1: The West Virginia Solid Waste Management Plan

1.1 West Virginia Solid Waste Management Plan

1.2 Mission Statement                 

1.3 State Priority Goals

1.4 Scope and Purpose

1.5 Summary of Agencies’ Responsibilities

Chapter 2: The History and Legal Environment of Solid Waste Management in West Virginia

2.1 Introduction

2.2 1993 - 2013 West Virginia Legislative Changes

2.3 Federal Legislation and Interpretation

2.3.1 The Stamp Decision

2.3.2 Flow Control

Chapter 3: Efficiencies in Solid Waste Management: Demographics, Transportation and Population & Waste Projections

3.1 Demographics

3.2 Geographic and Transportation Factors Influencing Solid Waste

3.3 Imports and Exports of Solid Waste

        3.2.1 Navigable Waterways

        3.2.2 Highways

        3.2.3 Railways

Chapter 4: Solid Waste Faciliy Status

4.1 Public vs. Privately Owned Landfills

4.2 Solid Waste Facility Operations

4.2.1 Introduction

4.2.2 Acceptance of Non-Municipal Waste

4.2.3 Landfill Planning, Reporting and Record Keeping Requirements

4.2.4 Capacity Contracts

4.2.5 Performance Reviews

4.3 Landfill Status - Estimated Lifespan and Potential Impact on Solid Waste Management

4.4 Consolidation in the Solid Waste Industry

4.5 Imports and Exports of Solid Waste

4.6 Summary of Statewide Landfill Closure Plan

4.6.1 LCAP Facilities Status

4.6.2 LCAP Summary

4.7 Transfer Stations

4.8 Material Recovery Facilities

4.9 Composting Facilities

4.10 Free Day

4.11 Waste Tire Monofills

4.12 Discussion and Conclusions

 

Chapter 5: West Virginia's County and Regional Solid Waste Authorities

5.1 County and Regional Solid Waste Authority Responsibilities

5.2 Review of SWA Comprehensive and Siting Plans

5.3 Summary of County and Regional Plans

5.3.1 Wasteshed A

5.3.2 Wasteshed B

5.3.3 Wasteshed C

5.3.4 Wasteshed E

5.3.5 Wasteshed F

5.3.6 Wasteshed G

5.3.7 Wasteshed H

5.4 Solid Waste Management Board/Solid Waste Authority Coordination

5.5 Solid Waste Management Board Grants

 

Chapter 6: West Virginia's Recycling Plan

6.1 Introduction

6.1.1 State Recycling Goals 

6.1.2 Recycling Planning

6.2 Recycling Problems Specific to West Virginia

6.2.1 Poulation Density

6.2.2 Marketing and Management Problems for Small Recycling Centers

6.2.3 Lack of Immediate Markets for Materials  

6.2.4 Public vs. Private Recycling Centers

6.2.5 Lack of Incentives in the System

6.3 Market and Infrastructure Development

6.3.1 Recycling Potential Development

6.3.2 Materials Markets

6.4 Recycing and Marketing Restricted or Difficult to Manage Materials

6.4.1 Electronic Waste

6.4.2 Household Wazardous Waste

6.5 Innovative Incentives and Strategies for Recycling

6.5.1 Effective Program Strategies

6.5.2 Regionalization

6.6 Outreach and Public Education

6.6.1 West Virginia Recycles

6.6.2 West Virginia Materials Exchange

6.7 Roles and Responsibilities

6.7.1 County Responsibilities

6.7.2 Municipal Responsibilities

6.7.3 Solid Waste Management Board

6.7.4 Department of Environmental Protection

6.7.5 Public Service Commission

6.7.6 West Virginia University Extension Service

6.7.7 West Virginia division of Energy

6.8 Funding

 

Chapter 7: Special Waste

7.1 Hazardous Waste

7.1.1 WV Hazardous Waste Rule, 33CSR20

7.2 Household Hazardous Waste (HHW)

7.2.1 Household Chemicals

7.2.2 Used Motor Oil

7.3 Municipal Sewage Disposal

7.4 Agricultural Waste

7.5 Pollution Control Residuals

7.6 Mining Waste

7.7 Industrial Waste

7.8 White Goods (Household Appliances)

7.9 Bulky Goods Collection

7.10 Tires

7.11 Lead Acid Batteries

7.12 Yard Waste

7.13 Universal Waste

 

Chapter 8: Solid Waste Disposal Fees

8.1 Assessment Fees

8.2 Allocation and Use of Assessment Fee Funds

8.2.1 Fee Disrtibution by Program

8.3 Miscellabeous Assessment Fees

8.3.1 County Solid Waste Assessment Fee

8.3.2 Groundwater Protection Act Fee - DEP

8.4 Litter Control Programs

8.4.1 Highway sitter Control Fund

8.4.2 Department of Environmental Protection

8.4.3 A. James Manchin Fund

 

Chapter 9: ECONOMIC IMPACT OF MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN WEST VIRGINIA

9.1 Executive Summary

9.2 Jobs

9.3 Direct Impact

9.4 Indirect Impact

9.5 Induced Impact

9.5 Waste and Scrap Exports

 

Appendices

Appendix A: Solid Waste Management Grants

Appendix B: DEP - REAP Recycing Assistance Grants Overview

Appendix C: DEP - REAP Covered Electronic Devices (CED) Grant Overview

Appendix D: Solid Waste Authority Recycling Survey/Analysis: CY 2011

Appendix E: Recycle Infrastructure and Market Development in Other States

 

 

 

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