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EXISTING N.C. MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR ANIMAL WASTE SYSTEMS. Types of regulated animal operations Components of a waste plan Environmental concerns Statute and rule requirements Future issues View PowerPoint Presentation. O200 OPERATIONS. Primarily liquid systems >100 animal units

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    1. EXISTING N.C. MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR ANIMAL WASTE SYSTEMS Types of regulated animal operations Components of a waste plan Environmental concerns Statute and rule requirements Future issues View PowerPoint Presentation

    2. O200 OPERATIONS Primarily liquid systems >100 animal units # animals # facilities Swine 250 2200 Cattle 100 300 Poultry 30,000 50 Horses 75 4

    3. DRY POULTRY LITTER • > 30,000 birds • ~ 4,000 operations • General statute sets waste management requirement

    4. TYPICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS • Flush-lagoon-irrigation • Scrape-storage pond-honey wagon • Cleanout-drystack-spreader

    5. COMPONENTS OF AN 0200 WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN • O&M plan • Emergency action plan • Odor control • Insect control • Mortality disposal

    6. LAGOON/HOLDING POND DESIGN • Storage needs - waste, rainfall, 24hr storm events, treatment volume, etc • Freeboard and consideration for emergency spillway • Liner

    7. RUNOFF CONTROLS • Buffers • Setbacks • Diversions • Roof gutters

    8. WASTE UTILIZATION PLAN • Amount of manure produced and used • Soils imfo • RYES for crops by field • N application rates • Waste application windows • Waste and soil testing

    9. RECORD KEEPING • Waste application records • Waste and soil samples • Weekly lagoon level

    10. Dry Litter Plan • Waste test • Soil test and apply lime • Apply litter at agronomic rates for N • Keep records of tests and application • Shared responsibility among producer, applicator and landuser

    11. 0200 PLAN REQUIREMENTS • Meet state adopted NRCS standards • Certified by technical specialist

    12. NRCS STANDARDS FOR 0200 • Waste storage pond code 425 • Waste treatment lagoon code359 • Waste utilization code 633

    13. TECHNICAL SPECIALISTS • Categories of designation, structural,WUP, irrigation etc • NRCS, SWCD, CES, NCDA&CS staff • P.E.s • Individuals designated by S&WCC

    14. 0200 OPERATION REQUIREMENTS • Certified plan • Permit general or individual • Operator in charge

    15. OPERATOR IN CHARGE OF ANIMAL WASTE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM • Required for 0200 operations with liquid systems • Certified by the WPCSOCC • Training and testing requirements for initial certification • Continuing ed required

    16. STATE OVERVIEW OF 0200 FACILITIES • Ensure plans are being followed • DWQ annual compliance inspection • DS&W annual operation review • Self reporting • Complaints

    17. CURRENT ISSUES • P • Air Emissions • New technology

    18. DEFICIENCIES AND VIOLATIONS THRU 9/00