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  1. Documentation for New Manure Storages Manure Management Conference March 2007

  2. Notice of Intent to Construct

  3. Notice of Intent to Construct • Establishes base date for setback compliance determination • (“who was here first”) • Required for construction of any livestock facility or livestock waste handling facility • Must be submitted and approved prior to construction • May trigger Public Informational Meeting process (lagoon or “new” >1,000a.u.)

  4. Notice of Intent to Construct Common Issues: • Ensure that all blanks are complete • List all existing and proposed structures • Distinguish • Map should depict compliance with applicable setback • Submit a complete plot plan • Sign application

  5. Notice of Intent to Construct “New” Facility vs. “Expansion” Facility

  6. Definitions • “New” facility • No existing structures; or • Expansion where fixed capital cost of the new components constructed within a 2-year period exceed 50% of the cost of a comparable entirely new facility • New Facilities subject to numeric setbacks • ¼ mile residential setback • ½ mile populated area setback

  7. Notice of Intent to Construct • “Expansion” Facility • Expanded, not “ new” if fixed capital cost of the new components constructed within a 2-year period does not exceed 50% of the cost of a comparable entirely new facility • Expansions are subject to maximum feasible location • Proposed structure must be closer to owner’s residence or existing livestock structures than nearest non-facility owned residence.

  8. Do I Qualify as an Expansion? Comparable Entirely New Facility Cost + = Existing Replacement Cost New Construction Cost

  9. $500,000 + $250,000 = $750,000 Existing Replacement Cost New Construction Cost Total $ 250,000 750,000 X 100 = 33.3% New building must be less than 50% of total to qualify as “Expansion”

  10. Plot Plan Example “Expansion”

  11. Plot Plan Example “New” Facility

  12. Design Requirements

  13. Non-Lagoon Livestock Waste Handling Facility Application

  14. Construction Standards • Lagoons • ASAE 403.2 or NRCS “Waste Treatment Lagoon” • Site investigation (50 feet below planned bottom - results to adjust design requirements) • Non-Lagoons • MWPS-36, MWPS-18, NRCS standards • Site investigation (karst area, 100 yr. Flood plain, aquifer material w/in 5 ft of bottom – results to adjust design requirementsor prohibit construction)

  15. Plan View

  16. Cross Section

  17. Cross Section

  18. Details

  19. Details

  20. Details

  21. Details

  22. Perimeter Foundation Drain • Required when seasonal high water table may encroach upon the bottom of the waste handling structure • Quarterly monitoring requirement • Supporting justification must be provided if not installed • Soil boring • Soil survey

  23. Perimeter Drainage

  24. Facility Location

  25. Inspections • Pre-Construction • Verify accuracy of Noitc • During Construction • Verify construction proceeding according to Department approved construction plan • Final Construction • Final walk through • Conducted after waste handling system complete

  26. Certification Documentation

  27. Certification Documentation • Certification of Construction • Signed by owner • Certification of Concrete Quality • Signed by supplier • Verifies 28 day minimum compressive strength • Copies of delivery tickets • $250 filing fee

  28. Certification Documentation • Certification of Initial Perimeter Drain sample (if applicable) • Results submitted within 30 days • Baseline sample • Photographic evidence of construction • Site preparation through final construction • Items unable to be visually verified when structure complete • “Typical” Photos • i.e. walljoints, footings, etc.

  29. Photographic Evidence

  30. Photographic Evidence

  31. Photographic Evidence

  32. Photographic Evidence

  33. Questions or Comments?

  34. Documentation for New Manure Storages Manure Management Conference March 2007