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Landfill Prohibited Materials (DEQ)
Section 11514 of Part 115, Solid Waste Management, of the Natural Resources and Environmental Protection
Act, 1994 PA 451, as amended (NREPA), was amended by 2004 PA 34 to prohibit a person from delivering to
a landfill for disposal, and a landfill owner or operator, from permitting the disposal in a landfill, of any of the
- Medical waste, unless that medical waste has been decontaminated or is not required to be decontaminated but is packaged in the manner required under Part 138, Medical Waste Regulatory Act, (MWRA) of the Public Health Code, 1978 PA 368, as amended, MCL 333.13801 to MCL 333.13831 (MWRA).
- More than a de minimis amount of open, empty, or otherwise used beverage containers as defined in the Initiated Law of 1976, as amended (Deposit Law).
- More than a de minimis number of whole motor vehicle tires.
- Used oil as defined in Section 16701 of Part 167, Used Oil Recycling, of the NREPA.
- A lead acid battery as defined in Section 17101 of Part 171, Battery Disposal, of the NREPA.
- Low-level radioactive waste as defined in Section 2 of the Low-Level Radioactive Waste Authority Act, 1987 PA 204, as amended, MCL 333.26202.
- Hazardous waste that is required to be disposed of in a hazardous waste treatment, storage, or disposal facility under Part 111, Hazardous Waste Material, of the NREPA.
- More than a de minimis amount of yard clippings, unless they are diseased or infested.
- Liquid waste as prohibited by R 299.4432(2)(c) of the Michigan Administrative Code.
- Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) as defined in federal regulations.
- Asbestos waste unless the lanfill complies with federal regulations.
Refer to Michigan.gov "Landfill Prohibited Materials and Appropriate Disposal Options" for complete information regarding landfill restrictions.