17.74.520 RECORDKEEPING, REPORTS, AND SUBMITTALS
(1) Each assessment, work, and final clearance plan must:
(a) be prepared by the certified methamphetamine cleanup contractor;
(b) be submitted to the department no less than 10 working days before the intended plan implementation;
(c) include the following:
(i) assessment plans shall include the information in (3)(a) through (h), (j), and (k);
(ii) work plans shall include the information in (3)(a) through (c), (i), and (k); and
(iii) final clearance plans shall include the information in (3)(a) through (h), (j), and (k).
(2) The certified methamphetamine cleanup contractor must address any comments by the department in an assessment, work, or final clearance plan submittal, and resubmit until the plan is approved. The completed and department-approved version of an assessment, work, or final clearance plan shall be retained by the certified methamphetamine cleanup contractor and inhabitable property owner for a minimum of three years.
(3) The completed version of each plan shall include information and documentation necessary for the department to determine decontamination is achieved including:
(a) information identifying the contaminated inhabitable property, including the street address, mailing address, owner(s), legal description, latitude/longitude, and vehicle identification numbers of mobile homes or motorized vehicles;
(b) the name, certification number, and expiration date of the certified methamphetamine cleanup contractor who will implement the department approved plan;
(c) a detailed description of assessment, work, or final clearance activities planned at the site;
(d) photographs documenting the assessment or final clearance activities showing each sample location;
(e) a drawing or sketch of all structures on the property depicting proposed sample locations;
(f) a description of the sampling procedure used for each material sampled;
(g) a copy of the chain of custody and testing results from each analytical laboratory;
(h) a written discussion interpreting the test results for all analytical testing and recommendation(s) from the methamphetamine cleanup contractor(s);
(i) the work plan shall include a letter from the intended landfill showing planned acceptance of methamphetamine-contaminated debris from the site. To complete the approved work plan, the contractor must submit documentation of the waste characterization, transportation, and disposal documents, including bills of lading, weight tickets, and/or manifests for all materials removed from the property;
(j) to complete an assessment plan or final clearance plan a written discussion summarizing the sample results with a comparison to the decontamination standard in 75-10-1303, MCA; and
(k) a written summary of any deviations from the department-approved plan(s) by the certified methamphetamine cleanup contractor.
(4) Once each completed plan is executed, the plan should be supplemented to verify completion of the tasks described in the completed and approved version.