Rules in Development
Last updated Feb. 13, 2018
Proposed 10 CSR 80-3.010 Solid Waste Disposal Area
- Draft Text (posted 02/09/18)
The Solid Waste Management Program will hold stakeholder meeting to discuss proposed modifications to on 10 CSR 80-3.010 and 10 CSR 80-4.010 as part of Executive Order 17-03 the Red Tape Reduction Initiative. We welcome your comments to help insure that our regulations provide required protections but do not add unneeded costs.
As part of the red tape reduction initiative, we have proposed combining Chapter’s 3 and 4 into Chapter 3 and renaming it as “ Solid Waste Disposal Area” In the spirit of the red tape reduction initiative, we have also removed restrictions and worked to streamline the regulations.
The meeting will be part of the Solid Waste Management Program Forum on Feb. 21. For those unable to attend the meeting in person we will have a call in number 866-385-3061 to listen in. We will also be posting all information on Basecamp including draft regulations prior to the stakeholder meeting. If you are not signed up for Basecamp, please email Amy Poos at firstname.lastname@example.org
Coal Combustion Residuals
On April 17, 2015, EPA published its final rule governing disposal of coal combustion residuals (CCR) produced by electric utilities. The rule became effective on Oct. 19, 2015. This rule regulates CCR from electric utilities as a non-hazardous solid waste under Subtitle D of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). This white paper discusses the role of several departmental programs in administering and enforcing Missouri Revised Statutes as they pertain to CCR management and disposal.
CCR Rule Development
The department's Solid Waste Management Program is going through a rule revision to adopt the Federal CCR rules. This proposed CCR rule revision will allow Missouri to maintain state control of a CCR program and will be developed with these goals in mind. The department welcomes your comments to help insure that the regulations provide required protections but do not add unneeded costs.
Meetings, Basecamp and the departments’ webpages will be used as a method of disseminating information and drafts. The Basecamp software allows an interactive dialogue and the opportunity to post questions and responses that is not currently available on the webpage.
Thank you for your interest. If you have questions, please call 573-526-3940.
The Department of Natural Resources’ Solid Waste Management Program is planning a rule revision to adopt the Federal CCR rules. Under Governor Greitens' leadership, all state agencies are working to reduce regulations or other government processes that unnecessarily burden individuals and businesses while doing little to protect or improve public health, safety and our natural resources. The department is committed to limiting regulation to what is necessary to protect Missouri's environment, implement statutory mandates and maintain state control of programs. This proposed CCR rule revision will allow Missouri to maintain state control of a CCR program and will be developed with these goals in mind. We welcome your comments to help insure that our regulations provide required protections but do not add unneeded costs. If you wish to provide comments on any existing department regulation, please visit the Department’s Red Tape Reduction website at dnr.mo.gov/redtapereduction.
Nov. 2, 2017, Stakeholder Meeting
- CCR Rule Direct Adoption of Surface Impoundment Rule
- CCR Rule Sections Directly Adopted for Landfills
- Revised 80-11.010 Draft Language (10/20/17)
- Proposed 80-11.020 Surface Impoundment Draft (10/20/17)
Sept. 20, 2017, Stakeholder Meeting
- Agenda (posted 09/19/17 at 11:54 a.m.)
- List of attendees (posted 09/20/17)
- Audio of Comments and Discussion (posted 09/21/17)
If you are interested in joining Basecamp for CCR, please email Amy Poos at email@example.com.