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  • This document has been structures to reflect the Management System and Operating Techniques currently in use at SRC. Section numbers reflect the numbering in the MS&OT document.

2.0 Landfill Waste Types

  • 2.2. Is the incoming waste sent to the inspection area for determination prior to going to landfill?

  • 2.2.1 Is the waste checked in accordance of section 2.2.1 of the manual?

  • 2.2.4 Has the incoming waste tonnage been limited to below the annual quantity allowed (currently 400,000 tonnes)

3.0 Waste Acceptance.

  • 3.1.1 Has it been established that the waste incoming, presents no unacceptable risk or emissions to groundwater, surface water and the surrounding environment?

  • 3.1.2 That there is no unacceptable risk to human health?

3.2 Waste Pre-Acceptance Procedures.

  • 3.2 Can it be established that all loads incoming, are recorded and can be traced back to their origin?

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  • 3.2.1 Can it be established that Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 testing is undertaken, if deemed necessary, in accordance with the MS&OT standard?

  • 3.2.5 In the event that contamination is suspected, is it tested in accordance with Table 3-1 and 3-2 of the manual?

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3.3 Pre-Treatment.

  • 3.3 Does all waste, that is technically feasible, undergo Pre-Treatment in accordance with the Landfill Directive of the 30th October 2007?

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3.4 Weighbridge Procedures.

  • 3.4.3 Does the weighbridge identify the waste by referencing the Duty of Care Transfer Note, Verbal Confirmation from the driver and a Visual Examination of all the waste?

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  • 3.4.4 Does the weighbridge operator, in conjunction with the site manager, have the authority to reject any incoming waste.

  • 3.4.5 Are weighbridge tickets, manual tickets and disposal record sheets retained for a minimum of six months?

  • 3.4.6 Are Duty of Care ticket retained for a minimum period of 5 years?

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3.5 Waste storage and handling prior to final deposit.

  • 3.5 Are all restoration materials stored and handled in accordance with the planning consent?

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3.6 Visual Inspection of Wastes.

  • 3.6 Once waste is discharged, does the plant operator check the waste, in case something has been overlooked at the weighbridge, and proceed in accordance with section 3.6 in the MS&OT manual?

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3.7 Rejection & Quarantine procedures.

  • 3.7 Are the Rejection and Quarantine procedure strictly followed in the event of non-conforming waste being presented to site?

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  • 3.7 Are records being maintained in relation to non-conforming material, in line with section 3.7 of the MS&OT manual?

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3.8 Recording Methods.

  • 3.8.1 For all accepted waste on site, is the following detailed?<br><br>Date of delivery.<br>Waste Quantity.<br>Waste Description and EWC classification code.<br>Waste Producer & Carrier.<br>If undertaken, results of basic characterisation testing; and<br>If undertaken, method of pre-treatment including written confirmation form the waste producer.

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4.0 Engineered Containment System.

4.2 Landfill Phasing.

  • 4.2.1 Is the land-filling of the quarry being undertaken in accordance with drawing ESID6a to 6c?

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5.0 Waste deposit and Emplacement.

  • 5.1 Management & Operational techniques.

  • 5.1.1 Is the working area planned in such a way to allow the safe movement and discharge of vehicles and plant, including sufficient signage to the operational area?

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5.2 Waste Stability.

  • 5.2.1 Are operation techniques being employed in accordance with the Stability Risk Assessment (Ref: 412-2934-00004/SRA)?

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  • 5.2.2 Are control measures being employed to reduce and minimise the effects of adverse weather conditions?

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  • 5.2.3 Are the following items of plant available on the landfill?<br>Bulldozer.<br>Dump Truck, and<br>Excavator.

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5.2.6 General Waste Discharge & Placement Procedure.

  • 5.2.6 Are the tipping rules in the MS&OT in the manual being followed?

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5.2.7 Handling & Disposal of Dusty Waste.

  • 5.2.7 Is dusty waste being handled in accordance with the rules laid out in the MS&OT Manual?

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5.3 Records

  • 5.3 Is a site log being used to record any incidents that occur during the discharge and emplacement process, including action taken in the event of unauthorised waste?

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7.0 Surface Water Management.

7.2 Control Strategies.

  • 7.2 Is the Temporary Surface Water being managed in accordance with drawing ESID9?

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  • 7.2.1 Are checks being carried out when the boreholes are monitored, and findings recorded and reported to the site manager, and any defects if found, actioned within 7 days?

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  • 7.2.2 Is there sufficient provision for the water outlet to be blocked off, if contamination is found?

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  • 7.3 Are the water monitoring points in accordance with Drawing ESID8?

  • 7.4 Is the surface water being monitored in accordance with section 7.4 of the MS&OT manual?

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7.5 Assessment and Compliance Limits & Contingency Plans.

  • 7.5.1 Are the limits for Assessment and Compliance set at an appropriate level?

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  • 7.5.2 Is the Contingency Action Plan, table 7-1 in the MS&OT manual, being followed, if an event occurs?

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7.6 Monitoring Methodology.

  • Is monitoring being carried out in line with Section 7.6.1 in the MS&OT manual?

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7.7 Data Management & Reporting.

  • Is Data Management being carried out in line with Section 7.7 of the MS&OT manual?

  • Is the data being reported to the Environment Agency at an agreed frequency, on at least annually?

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7.8 Quality Assurance.

  • Is surface water monitoring being undertaken in accordance with the monitoring procedure outlined in table 7- 1 of the MS&OT manual?

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  • Are the persons undertaking the monitoring trained in the task, and can their training records be produced?

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  • Is a UKAS Accredited laboratory undertaking the surface water quality analysis, and can their accreditation be found? Is it current?

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  • Has the monitoring equipment been serviced and maintained in line with the manufacturers recommendations?

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8.0 Groundwater Monitoring.

8.2 Location Design and Construction of Monitoring Points.

  • Are the monitoring points in the locations shown in Drawing ESID8?

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  • Can they be identified easily on site, and are they lockable?

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8.3 Monitoring Measurements and Schedules.

  • Are the measurements and schedules being undertakes in line with the requirements of |Section 8.3 of the MS&OT Manual?

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8.4 Control and Trigger Levels and Contingency Plans.

  • 8.4.1 Are control levels being monitored, and then used to:<br>Highlight variations between conceptual model(i.e. assumed behaviour) and observed conditions.<br>Identify unambiguous adverse trends which are indicative of contaminants.<br>Allow for variation in natural water quality from baseline conditions, and;<br>Give sufficient time to take corrective or remedial action before trigger levels are breached.

  • Are trigger levels being monitored to implement the requirements in Section 8.4.1 of the MS&OT Manual?

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8.4.2 Contingency Action Plan.

  • In the event that control and trigger levels are breached, are the action required in Table 8-1 sufficient and appropriate?

  • In the event that control and trigger level has been breached, have the actions listed in Table 8-1 been followed?

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8.5 Monitoring Methodology.

  • 8.5.1 Are Pre-Monitoring checks carried out in accordance to Section 8.5.1 in the MS&OT Manual.

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  • 8.5.2 Are records being made and retained in accordance with Section 8.5.2 in the MS&OT Manual?

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  • 8.5.3 Is the Monitoring Procedure being strictly followed as described in Section 8.5.3 in the MS&OT Manual?

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  • 8.6 Is Data Management being carried out in line with Section 8.6 of the MS&OT manual?

  • Is the data being reported to the Environment Agency at an agreed frequency, on at least annually?

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  • 8.7.1 Is ground water monitoring being undertaken in accordance with an agreed Construction Quality Assurance plan, agreed with the Environment Agency?

  • Are those engaged in the sampling of Drill Arisings and Monitoring, accredited and trained sufficiently for the task?

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  • 8.7.2 Is Groundwater Monitoring being undertaken in line with Section 8.5 of the MS&OT Manual?

  • Are the persons undertaking the monitoring trained in the task, and can their training records be produced?

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  • Is a UKAS Accredited laboratory undertaking the ground water quality analysis, and can their accreditation be found? Is it current?

  • Has the monitoring equipment been serviced and maintained in line with the manufacturers recommendations?

  • Has a Major Ion balance been undertaken at the laboratory, as part of their quality control?

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9.0 Landfill Gas

  • There is no requirement to undertake landfill gas monitoring at the site.

10.0 Site Infrastructure.

  • 10.2.1 Is the fencing and natural barriers around the site sufficient.

  • 10.2.2 Are the gates on the access roads sufficient and can they be secured?

  • Are they locked when the quarry is not operational?

  • 10.2.3 Are notices warning against unauthorised access, alerting potential trespassers to the dangers on site, at the site entrance, and repeated as necessary?

  • 10.2.4 Do ALL visitors sign in and out of the site?

  • 10.2.5 Does the Site Manager make weekly inspections of the site boundaries, and can records of these inspections be found?

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  • In the event of a breach of security, the action plan at Section 10.2.7 of the MS&OT Manual must be followed.

  • 10.3 Are all tanks containing fluids, whose spillage could be harmful to the environment, bunded to 110% of their capacity or 25% of total tankage (whichever is the greatest), or otherwise constructed to prevent contamination of the environment from spilled fluid?

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  • 10.4.1 Does the site entrance display a sign containing all the information required in Section 10.4.1 of the MS&OT Manual?

  • Is the road and entrance constructed in accordance with Section 10.4.2 & 10.4.3 of the MS&OT Manual or any agreed construction methods?

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11.0 Particulate Matter Management and Monitoring.

  • 11.1.2 Is there a visible speed limit of 15 mph on site?

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  • 11.1.3 Does the mechanical road sweeper sweep the access road when required?

  • 11.1.4 Is a water bowser available to damp the haul roads to prevent dust?

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  • 11.1.6 Are bare earth surfaces seeded to prevent erosion by wind erosion?

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  • 11.1.7 Is dusty or friable waste either bagged, contained or conditioned with water prior to delivery?

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  • 11.1.9 Are all vehicles that are carrying a load, sheeted whilst entering or leaving the quarry?

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Dust Action Plan

  • In the event that high volumes of dust are being produced, is the 'Dust Action Plan', in Sections 11.3.1, 11.3.2 and 11.3.3 of the MS&OT Manual being followed, and can evidence of events be found in records made by the site manager, no older than 12 months to confirm compliance?

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12.0 Odour Management.

  • Odour management and monitoring is not required at this site.

13.0 Dirt and Mud Management.

  • 13.3.1 Are daily inspections of the wheel cleaning facilities, haul road and public highway being undertaken?

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  • 13.4 In the event of mud build up, is the action plan in Section 13.4 of the MS&OT being undertaken?

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  • 13.4.1 Is there evidence that the action plan in 13.4 is being recorded if necessary?

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