As a fill material transfer station owner or operator, you’re required to comply with the ever-changing New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) Part 360 regulations – but what are the new regulations and changes that will affect your operations?
With the State issuing so many changes and updates to the regulations over the past few years, it is hard to understand the current rules, and what you are expected to do to follow the rules. Plus, the State writes these regulations using a certain language style and verbiage that can often be confusing to follow and difficult to comprehend, which can make staying in compliance a challenging task. Unfortunately, failure to maintain compliance with the rules leaves you and your business open to violations and notices of non-compliance from the State. Let us give you a brief history of the NYSDEC Part 360 regulations to help you better understand the State’s rules as of the Fall of 2020.