Section: Retention of jurisdiction
The solid waste management plan developed and formulated for every solid waste management district in this State pursuant to sections 11 through 15 of P.L.1975, c. 326 (C. 13:1E-20 to 13:1E-24) shall provide:
a. An inventory of the sources, composition, and quantity of sludge presently generated within the solid waste management district;
b. Projections of the amounts and composition of sludge which will be generated within the district in each of the subsequent 10 years;
c. An inventory and appraisal, including the identity, location and life expectancy, of any solid waste facility or recycling facility located within the district which could be utilized for the processing or land disposal of sludge;
d. An analysis of the present systems of sludge disposal for the district;
e. A statement of the sludge disposal strategy to be applied in the district, which strategy shall provide for the maximum practical processing of all sludge generated within the district following the adoption of the solid waste management plan by such district and for the processing or land disposal of any sludge generated within the district after December 31, 1981; provided, however, that such strategy takes into account, and incorporates where possible, facilities planning for environmentally sound land-based alternatives to the ocean dumping of sludge prepared by local agencies under Section 201 of P.L. 92-500, the "Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1972" and conforms to the sludge management strategy developed by the department pursuant to section 4 of this supplementary act;
f. A site plan, which shall include all existing solid waste facilities or recycling facilities which could be utilized for the processing or land disposal of sludge, provided that they are operated and maintained in accordance with all applicable health and environmental standards, and sufficient additional available suitable sites to provide for the processing or land disposal of the amounts of sludge presently generated within the district as well as the amounts of sludge projected to be generated in each of the subsequent 10 years.
L.1977, c. 328, s. 3, eff. Jan. 10, 1978.
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