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Analytical requirements

Special Waste Analytical Requirements

Petroleum Contaminated Soils (Virgin product)

Gasonline
Acceptable Level
Flash point/Ignitability
> 100 degree Celsius Non-Ignitable
Paint Filter
ND < 1.0
TCLP Benzene
< .05 mg/L
TCLP Lead
< 5.0 mg/L
Kerosene, fuel, oils, etc.
Acceptable Level
Flash point/Ignitability
> 100 degrees Celsius Non-Ignitable
Paint Filter Test
ND < 1.0
TCLP Semi-Volatiles, Base Neutrals
Stars Memo #1
Waste Oils
Acceptable Level
Flash Point/Ignitability Corrosivity
> 100 degrees Celsius Non-Ignitable PH > 2 or < 12
Full TCLP
EPA Regulatory Levels
PCB's
ND < 20 ug/k (50 PPM)
Paint Filter
ND < 1.0
Reactivity
Cyanide < 250 ug/k, Sulfide < 500 mg/k

Notes:

Analytes within 70% of the MCL levels may be the subject to the resampling at the Authority's discretion.

PCB's must be tested at a non-detect level down to 50 PPM. (This detection level needs to be brought to the attention of the lab performing the analysis as the lab may not be able to test down to the 50 PPM level).

A full TCLP analysis needs to be repeated on an annual basis for Municipal & Industrial sludges. Another full TLCP analysis will need to be repeated for Industrial sludges if the process changes anytime during the year.

The lab analysis needs to be done by an "ELAP'' certified lab. The "ELAP'' number should appear on the analysis report. The sample Number, location of waste and date should appear on each page per the NYS DOH ELAP certification manual.

Herbicides & Pesticides testing may be waived from Industrial Sludges upon request.

Residential Disposal Rates

Please view our Residential Disposal rates below.

Weight
Type
Cost
< 40
FLAT FEE
$8.00
41-60
FLAT FEE
$13.00
61-100
FLAT FEE
$19.00
101-200
FLAT FEE
$27.00
201-300
FLAT FEE
$33.50
301-400
FLAT FEE
$40.00
401-500
FLAT FEE
$47.00
501-600
FLAT FEE
$53.50
601-700
FLAT FEE
$60.50
701-800
FLAT FEE
$67.50
801-900
FLAT FEE
$74.00
901-1,000
FLAT FEE
$81.00
1,001-2000
FLAT FEE
$148.00
2000+
FLAT FEE
$130.00

Uncovered Loads

As part of the COunty of Franklin Solid Waste Management Authority’s 360 permit with the New York State DEC requires all owners or operators of a facility must not accept waste unless the vehicle transporting the waste is adequately covered or the waste is containerized. When leaving the facility, all vehicles containing waste must utilize a cover which presents waste and leachate from escaping the vehicle. Or the waste must be containerized.

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