Salvaging Section 1100.205 Salvaging Section 1100.205 Salvaging Definition: “Salvaging” means the return of CCDD to use other than use as fill at a CCDD fill operation. a) All salvaging operations must in no way interfere with the CCDD fill operation, result in a violation of this Part, or delay the construction of final cover. b) All salvaging operations must be performed in a safe manner in compliance with the requirements of this Part. c) Salvageable materials: 1) May be accumulated onsite by an owner or operator, provided they are managed so as not to create a nuisance, harbor vectors, cause malodors, or create an unsightly appearance; and 2) May not be accumulated at the facility for longer than one year unless a longer period of time is allowed under the Act or is specified in the permit.
Recycling Recycling CCDD broken concrete without protruding metal bars Bricks Rock & Stone Reclaimed asphalt pavement soil generated from construction or demolition activities
Concrete Recycling Separate concrete at CCDD fill-site and/or at jobsite for recycling ACT does not allow concrete w/ protruding metal as CCDD Recycling concrete w/ Protruding Metal – General Construction & Demolition Debris 415 ILCS 5/22.38 Materials 3” Grade #9 Crushed Concrete Recycling - Concrete
Recycling – Concrete w/ protruding rebar 415 ILCS 5/22.38 Defined as General Construction or Demolition Debris Acceptance Must DOs: Facility boundaries no closer than 1320’ from residential zoned property Recycle/Transport GCDD w/in 6 months (CCDD – 1 yr.) Record procedures to demonstrate compliance w/ this section & identify source & transporter Control dust & noise Control access to the facility Submit Facility Information Form to Agency 30 days prior to material acceptance (found online)
Recycling - Asphalt Asphalt Recycling Separate asphalt at CCDD fill-site and/or at jobsite for recycling ACT does not allow hot mix and/or cold patch Materials Crushed Asphalt
Rock/Stone & Soil Recycling Separate & Screen CCDD at source and/or at fill site Equipment Power Screen Trommel Beneficial Re-Use Fill Sand Bedding Stone Backfill Topsoil Recycling – Rock/Stone & Soil