001 Prohibited land disposal of certain solid wastes. Unless otherwise specified, the following solid wastes are prohibited from land disposal:
001.01 A landfill may accept yard waste without condition from December 1 through March 31 of each year;
001.01A A landfill may accept yard waste year-round if such yard waste;
001.02 Land disposal of lead-acid batteries is prohibited.
001.03 Land disposal of waste tires in any form is prohibited except tires that are nonrecyclable. For purposes of this Title, nonrecyclable tire means a press-on solid tire, a solid pneumatic tire, or a foam pneumatic tire. Refer to Chapter 14 of this Title and Neb. Rev. Stat. §§ 13-2033 and 13-2039 for waste tire management activities that are not considered land disposal.
001.04 On or after September 1, 2003, placing or causing the placement or disposal of scrap tires in any form into the waters of the state is prohibited except as provided in Neb. Rev. Stat. §§ 13-2033 and 13-2039 and Chapter 14 of this Title.
001.05 Land disposal of waste oil is prohibited.
001.06 Land disposal of discarded household appliances is prohibited.
001.07 Land disposal of unregulated hazardous wastes, except household hazardous wastes, which are exempt from the regulations under the Environmental Protection Act is prohibited unless such disposal occurs at a licensed hazardous waste disposal facility.
001.01A(1) Will be used for the production and recovery of methane gas for use as fuel:
001.01A(1)(a) With the approval of the department; and
001.01A(2) Has been separated at its source from other solid waste and will be used for the purpose of soil conditioning or composting.
001.01A(1)(b) At a landfill operating as a solid waste management facility with a permit issued pursuant to the department’s rules and regulations; or
Enabling Legislation: Neb. Rev. Stat. §§ 13-2032; 13-2033; 13-2038; 13-2039;
Legal Citation: Title 132, Ch. 16, Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality