Recordkeeping by Nonregistrants. Small quantity generators who are not required to register pursuant to this Article shall maintain on file in their office all of the following:
An information document stating how the generator contains, stores, treats, and disposes of any medical waste generated through any act or process of the generator. The information document may be prepared using the medical waste management plan form prescribed by the Director pursuant to Subsection 1504(d);
Records of any medical waste transported off-site for treatment and disposal, including the quantity of waste transported, the date transported, and the name of the hazardous waste hauler or individual hauling the waste pursuant to Subsection 1506(b). The small quantity generator shall maintain these records for not less than two years.
Nonregistrant Fee and Notification. Every small quantity generator subject to Subsection 1505(a) shall mail a copy of the information document specified in Paragraph (a)(1) to the Director no later than 120 days after the effective date of this Article. In those cases where the generation of medical waste begins after the effective date of this Article, the information document shall be mailed to the Director within 30 days of commencement of the generation of medical waste.
The information document shall be accompanied by a one-time fee of $154.
A new information document and fee shall be submitted only if the generator moves to a new location more than 400 yards from the boundary of the location specified in the previous information document.
(Added by Ord. 375-92, App. 12/23/92; amended by Ord. 176-04, File No. 040734, App. 7/22/2004; Ord. 148-08, File No. 080745, App. 7/30/2008)