Waste tire processors
(1)A waste tire processor shall, as specified by the commission by rule:
(a)Establish and maintain financial assurance;
(b)Register with the department;
(c)Affix a decal required pursuant to section 30-20-1417 (1) to the required location;
(d)Develop, maintain, keep available for inspection, and comply with an engineering design and operations plan, including a fire prevention and control plan, and a plan for emergency response;
(e)Maintain records, including the manifests required by section 30-20-1417 (2), relating to the collection of waste tires;
(f)Develop and maintain a closure plan;
(g)Submit an annual report to the department; and
(h)Complete and submit self-certification documentation as required by the department.
(2)A waste tire processor is subject to the following:
(a)A waste tire processor that is not also registered as a waste tire monofill shall not have at the processing facility at any one time more than the lesser of:
(I)One hundred thousand waste tires;
(II)The amount of waste tires allowed under local requirements; or
(III)The amount of waste tires anticipated in the waste tire processor’s financial assurance instrument.
(b)Following a one-year accumulation period, the weight or volume of waste tires that are processed must be at least seventy-five percent of the total weight or volume of waste tires received and currently in storage over a three-year rolling average. The calculation and accumulation period specified in this paragraph (b) must be based on a measure approved by the commission by rule.
(3)The department may issue a waiver relating to any requirement of this section.
Section 30-20-1412 — Waste tire processors - requirements,
https://leg.colorado.gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-30.pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).