Beneficial Use State Program Locator
This state resource locator contains information on the beneficial use of industrial byproducts for the state of North Dakota. Also included are EPA and private industry resources.
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North Dakota Resources
- Construction and Demolition State Waste Resource Locator. Use this tool to locate regulatory information and other compliance assistance and P2 resources.
- Solid Waste Locator. The solid waste resource locator contains links to regulatory agencies and rules covering solid waste topics.
- Beneficial Use Application Form Please read the Department's Inert Waste Disposal Variance Guideline before completing this beneficial use application. In addition, applicable portions of the state solid waste management regulations should be referenced in completing the applications.
- ND Solid Waste And Recycling Association The North Dakota Solid Waste and Recycling Association is a non-profit organization that formed to educate, train, and promote environmentally sound waste management practices.
- Guideline 38, Beneficial Use of Inert Waste Inert waste includes, but is not limited to construction and demolition material such as metal, wood, bricks, masonry and cement concrete; asphalt concrete; metal; tree branches; bottom ash from coal-fired boilers; and waste coal fines from air pollution control equipment.
- Guideline 21, Scrap Tire Management Recycling tires includes processing tires into crumb rubber for play grounds, pavement surfaces, athletic track surfaces. Approved engineering uses of shredded tires include use as drainage fields, landfill construction, low weight fill, etc.
- ASTSWMO 2006 Beneficial Use Survey Report, November 2007 North Dakota was one of 40 states that participated in this study, which was conducted by the Association of State and Territorial Solid Waste Management Officials. The study covered various regulatory and technical issues associated with beneficial use. It also identifies specific byproducts that are covered by state beneficial use rules. Please note that this is an older report and therefore it may contain information that has been superseded.
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