A Class 1 Soil Management Site at which Excess Soil is managed on a temporary basis and is operated by a person (not the Project Leader) for the primary purpose of storing Excess Soil from one or more Projects until the Soil can be transported to a site for final placement or disposal (requires an ECA).
A Class 1 Soil Management Site at which Excess Soil is managed on a temporary basis, that is operated for the primary purpose of processing Excess Soil in order to reduce contaminants (requires an ECA).
As defined under Regulation 347, if the Local Waste Transfer Facility is operated by a Public Body or by a Project Leader in respect of an Infrastructure Project, any excavated Soil stored at the Local Waste Transfer Facility may be processed at the facility by a methods specified in Section 6 of the Regulation.
A temporary Waste Disposal Site, other than a Class 1 soil management site, at which Excess Soil is managed on a temporary basis and that is located on a property owned by a Public Body or by the Project Leader, or operated by the Project Leader for the Project from which the Excess Soil was excavated.
If Registry filing is required, the Project Leader is required to file a notice under Section 8 of the Regulation before removing Project Area Soil that will become Excess Soil once removed, and develop and apply a Tracking System, in accordance with the Soil Rules, to track each load of Excess Soil during its transportation and deposit at a Reuse Site, Class 1 Soil Management Site, Local Waste Transfer Facility, Landfilling Site or Dump, and any transportation to and from a Class 2 Soil Management Site.