§ 21150. CIWMB - Drainage and Erosion Control. (T14:s17778 & s17779)
[Water quality protection aspects for drainage and erosion control are addressed in s20365 and s21090, and in Table 4.1 (in Article 4, Subchapter 2, Chapter 3 of this subdivision).]
(a) The drainage and erosion control system shall be designed and maintained to ensure integrity of postclosure land uses, roads, and structures; to prevent public contact with waste and leachate; to ensure integrity of gas monitoring and control systems; to prevent safety hazards; and to prevent exposure of waste.
(b) In cases where the design precipitation event in Table 4.1, Article 4, Subchapter 2 of Chapter 3, is not adequate for the protection of public health and safety, the EA, in consultation with the RWQCB, may require the implementation of a more stringent design.
(c) Slopes not underlain by waste shall be stabilized to prevent soil erosion. Methods used to protect slopes and control erosion shall include, but are not limited to, terracing, contour furrows, and trenches.(1. New section filed 6-18-97; operative 7-18-97 (Register 97, No. 25).)
Note: Authority cited: Sections 40502 and 43020, Public Resources Code; and Section 66796.22(d), Government Code. Reference: Sections 43021 and 43103, Public Resources Code; and Section 66796.22(d), Government Code.
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