§ 22190. SWRCB - Mandatory Closure (Cease and Desist Orders). (C15: s2593)
(a) Source Control -If the RWQCB finds that early closure of a waste management unit (Unit) is necessary to prevent (or curtail) violation of waste discharge requirements [e.g., as a source control measure in corrective action, under s20430(c)], it shall adopt a Cease and Desist Order, pursuant to s13302 of the Water Code, which requires closure according to a closure and post-closure maintenance plan approved by the RWQCB.
(b) New/Updated Plan -Any time a Unit is subjected to early closure, under ¶(a), the discharger shall, in accordance with a schedule of compliance issued by the RWQCB, submit to the RWQCB a report including an appropriate closure and post-closure maintenance plan (under s21769), if such a plan applicable to the early-closed configuration of the Unit was not submitted with the report of waste discharge and including a revised schedule for immediate termination of operations and closure.(1. New chapter 5, article 4 (section 22190) and section filed 6-18-97; operative 7-18-97 (Register 97, No. 25).)
Note: Authority cited: Section 1058, Water Code. Reference: Sections 13301 and 13304, Water Code; and Section 43103, Public Resources Code.
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