Alabama laws and dating sites
The Land Division administers a program for redevelopment of brownfields sites in Alabama.Brownfields sites are real property, the expansion, redevelopment, or reuse of which may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant.The Land Division also administers a Brownfields Program utilizing a grant from EPA under the Section 128(a) of the federal Small Business Liability Relief and Brownfields Revitalization Act.The Brownfields Program assists local governments and non-profit organizations with assessment, cleanup and redevelopment of brownfields sites.Division 14 also sets forth the permitting requirements for treatment, storage and disposal facilities and transporters of hazardous waste and for corrective action at sites where hazardous wastes may have been disposed of without a permit.These rules are at least as stringent as the federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) regulations administered by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).Division 4 also sets forth the permitting requirements for transporters and processors of scrap tires.
EPA has promulgated regulations that ADEM must follow in administering the provisions of RCRA in the State of Alabama.
The rules for ADEM's Solid Waste Program are found in Division 13 of the ADEM Administrative Code, pursuant to Ala. Division 13 regulations contain standards applicable to the design and operation of solid waste landfills and set forth the permitting requirements for solid waste disposal facilities.
Collection and transportation of household solid waste is regulated by the Alabama Department of Public Health.
AHSCF and ADERTF remediation projects are administered by the ESB.
The rules for ADEM's Scrap Tire Program are found in Division 4 of the ADEM Administrative Code, pursuant to Ala. Division 4 regulations contain requirements applicable to the generation, transportation, storage and processing of scrap tires.