Underground Storage Tanks & Solid Waste Disposal Control Board
Meeting Details (revised February 25, 2015)
March 25 – 9:30 am CT
312 Rosa L. Parks Avenue
3rd Floor Nashville Room, TN Tower
Nashville, TN 37243
- March 25, 2015 at 9:30 AM DST, there will be a "Special-Called" meeting of the Underground Storage Tanks and Solid Waste Disposal Control Board in the Third Floor-Nashville Room of the William R. Snodgrass Tennessee Tower located at 312 Rosa L. Parks Avenue, Nashville TN 37243 to hear the final 2015-2025 Comprehensive Integrated Solid Waste and Materials Management Plan. This hearing is for informational purposes only and will also include video-conferencing across the State at the eight Environmental Field Office locations.
- View a list of all Environmental Field Offices.
Information related to the Meeting on Feb. 5, 2014
Fourteen (14) members: twelve appointed by the Governor for four-year terms upon expiration of initial appointments; two ex officio non-voting members.
- one person engaged in a field directly related to agriculture;
- one person employed by, or is the owner of, a private petroleum concern with at least 10 years of experience owning or operating a wholesale or retail gasoline business with management responsibility for at least 15 underground storage tanks;
- one person who is employed by a private manufacturing concern in Tennessee who shall have a college degree in engineering or the equivalent and at least eight (8) years of combined technical training and experience in permit compliance and management of solid wastes or hazardous wastes;
- one person employed by a private manufacturing concern in Tennessee who shall have a college degree in engineering or the equivalent and at least eight (8) years of combined technical training and experience in the management of petroleum underground storage tanks and hazardous materials;
- one person who is a registered engineer or geologist or qualified land surveyor with knowledge of management of solid wastes or hazardous materials or the management of underground storage tanks from the faculty of an institution of higher learning;
- one person knowledgeable of the management of solid wastes, hazardous materials, or underground storage tanks to represent environmental interests;
- one representative of county governments;
- one representative of municipal governments;
- a small generator of solid wastes or hazardous materials representing automotive interests;
one person employed by a private petroleum concern with experience in the management of petroleum;
- one person engaged in the business of management of solid wastes or hazardous materials;
- one person who is employed by, or is the owner of, a private petroleum concern with at least five (5) years of experience owning or operating a wholesale or retail gasoline business with management responsibility for no more than five (5) underground storage tanks;
- Commissioners of Economic and Community Development and Environment and Conservation (or their designees).
Commissioned under T.C.A. 68-211-111.
The statute authorizing this board expires June 30, 2018 and the one-year wind-down period begins.
||Petroleum Business with at
least 15 Underground Storage Tanks
||Solid/Hazardous Waste Management Industry
||Commissioner's Designee, Dept. of Environment and Conservation
|Dr. George Hyfantis, Jr.
||Institution of Higher Learning
with less than 5 Underground Storage Tanks
||Manufacturing experienced with Solid/Hazardous Waste
||Working in a field related to Agriculture
||Manufacturing experienced with Underground Storage Tanks/Hazardous Materials
||Petroleum Management Business
|Mayor A. Franklin Smith, III
||Commissioner's Designee, Economic and Community Development
||Small Generator of Solid/Hazardous Materials representing Automotive Interests