Areas to be cleared and grubbed and stripped of topsoil.
Borrow areas for liner materials, gas venting materials,
berms, roadway construction, daily cover and final cover.
All soil stockpiles including daily and final cover,
topsoil, liner materials, gas venting materials and other
Access roads and traffic flow patterns to and within the
active fill area.
All temporary and permanent fencing.
The methods of screening such as berms, vegetation or
Leachate collection, control and treatment systems which
may include pipes, manholes, trenches, berms, collection
sumps or basins, risers, liners, and liner splices.
Base, leachate and groundwater monitoring devices and
Severe weather disposal areas.
Maintenance building, weight scales, etc.
Special waste handling areas.
Construction notes and references to details.
Other appropriate site features.
(j) A series of site cross-sections shall be drawn perpendicular
and parallel to the site base line at a maximum distance of
500 feet between cross-sections and at points of grade break
and important construction features. The location of the
cross-sections shall be shown on the appropriate plan
sheet(s) and the section labeled using the site grid system.
Where applicable, each cross-section shall show existing,
proposed based and final grades; soil borings and monitoring
wells which the section passes through or is adjacent to;
soil types, bedrock and water table; leachate control,
collection and monitoring systems; limits of filling for each
major waste type; drainage control structures; access roads
and ramps on the site parameter and within the active fill
area; the filling sequence or phases; and other appropriate