Permit Applications & Authorizations

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See Division of Water - Wastewater Discharge for Mining Waste Permitting Information.

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Municipal Permit Applications

Large Municipal Landfills

Class I Landfill pdf icon

Class II Landfill pdf icon

Research, Development, and Demonstration (RD&D) Project - Must already have a current Class I permit.

Associated Large Municipal Forms

Disposal of Polluted Soil Flowchart pdf icon

Financial Assurance Fact Sheet pdf icon

Wetlands Checklist pdf icon

Deed Notation Form for Class I or II Landfills - Use this form for the deed notation to the DNR Recorder's Office when a landfill closes.

Class III Rural Landfills

Class III Camp Landfill pdf icon

Class III Community Landfill pdf icon

Class III Community Landfill Renewal pdf icon

Class III Authorization for Populations Less Than 50 pdf icon

Disposal of Low-Level Petroleum Polluted Soil in a Class III Landfill pdf icon

Associated Class III Forms

Class III Landfill Operations Plan pdf icon

Disposal of Low-Level Petroleum Polluted Soil in a Class III Landfill pdf icon

Disposal of Polluted Soil Flowchart pdf icon

Landowner Consent Form - Class III Landfill pdf icon

Sample Class III Monthly Visual Monitoring Form - Use this form to record observations at the landfill each month and store in your records.

Deed Notation Form for Class III Landfills- Use this form for the deed notation to the DNR Recorder's Office when a landfill closes.

One-Time Disposal Authorizations

For a project to qualify for a one-time authorization, you must meet ALL of these criteria:

  • Waste must be generated locally (within 25 miles of the disposal site).
  • Waste must be generated from a single project.
  • Active disposal and final closure of the site may not exceed one year in duration.
  • The landfill must be located in a remote area with no year-round access to a system of connected roads with a total length of 100 miles or more OR all permitted landfills are more than 100 road miles away or have refused, in writing, to accept the waste.

If your project meets these criteria, review the appropriate application below for further guidance and instructions. For general questions, please contact (907) 269-7802.

One-Time Disposal of Asbestos Waste pdf icon

One-Time Disposal of Inert (Construction and Demolition) Debris pdf icon

One-Time Disposal of Sewage Solids pdf icon

Deed Notation Form for Non-Municipal Landfills - Use this form for the deed notation to the DNR Recorder's Office when a landfill closes.

Non-Municipal Permit Applications

Non-municipal landfills are classified and regulated according to the type(s) of waste they receive.  Since the requirements for landfill design, operations, monitoring, and closure vary depending on the type(s) of waste a non-municipal landfill accepts, many non-municipal landfills choose to accept only one type of waste.  As a result, non-municipal landfills are often referred to as “monofills”.

Asbestos Waste Monofill pdf icon

Drilling Waste Monofill

Industrial Waste Monofill

Inert Waste Monofill pdf icon

Land Application of Biosolids

Sewage Solids Monofill pdf icon

Treatment Facility

Wood Waste Monofill pdf icon

General Permit Applications

Solid Waste general permits are issued on a 5-year cycle, with a set expiration date. These permits are written for landfills that operate under specific and similar conditions and they cannot be modified for individual facilities. The solid waste general permits are available for your review below. For ADEC to permit your facility under one of the general permits, you must submit a complete application for review. Once processed, you will receive your approval letter and a copy of the general permit to authorize your facility.

Remote Camps and Lodges with Fewer than 50 Residents

Application pdf icon

General Permit pdf icon

Appendix A: Visual Monitoring Form - Visually monitor and record observations at the site each month during the operating season.

Appendix B: Annual Reporting Form - Each calendar year, before December 31, submit the Annual Reporting Form to DEC.

Drilling Waste Storage Facility for Waste Generated on the North Slope

Application

General Permit pdf icon

Appendix B: Visual Monitoring Form - Visually monitor and record observations at the site each month during the operating season.

Regional North Slope Borough Class III Landfills

Application pdf icon

General Permit pdf icon

Appendix A: Operations Plan pdf icon

Appendix B: Monitoring Plan pdf icon

United States Air Force Long Range Radar Sites (LLRS)

Application pdf icon

General Permit - Amended 2015

Appendix A: Visual Monitoring Form - Visually monitor and record observations at the site each month during the operating season.

Appendix B: Annual Reporting Form - Each calendar year, before December 31, submit the Annual Reporting Form to DEC.

Wood Waste Disposal in Rock Pits in Southeast Alaska

Application pdf icon

General Permit pdf icon

Appendix A: Visual Monitoring Form - Visually monitor and record observations at the site each month during the operating season.

Appendix B: Annual Reporting Form - Each calendar year, before December 31, submit the Annual Reporting Form to DEC.