Ohio EPA Approval #: OTCO-S12640-OM 4.50 CONTACT HOURS

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NOTE: You cannot skip questions, you must answer the question provided!  
updated approval number 9/18/17. CLT/KEM

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5 Sample Questions

(1)   ________________________means one or more geologic units or formations that are wholly or partly saturated with water and are able to store, transmit and yield significant amounts of water to wells or springs.

  • A. Normal ground water table
  • B. Aquifer system
  • C. Reservor
  • D. Ground water under the influence of surface water

(2)  _______________________means the American society for testing and materials.  ASTM test methods referenced in this chapter are generally available in public libraries or from ASTM International, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, P.O. Box C700, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, at 610/832-9555, or on the World Wide/web at ASTM.org.

  • A. ASTM
  • B. Option 2
  • C. Option 3
  • D. Option 4

(4)  Coal waste means residuals and earthen materials, in dry or slurry form that are removed or otherwise separated from the product coal after physical or chemical processing, cleaning or concentrating of coal.  Coal waste does not include ____________________ that are fly ash, bottom ash, flue gas desulfurization waste or fluidized bed desulfurization wastes, and also does not include materials that are regulated as “solids waste.” “infectious waste” or “hazardous waste” as those terms are defined in Chapter 3743 of the Revised Code.

  • A. Option 1
  • B. Option 2
  • C. post-combustion
  • D. Option 4

(8)  _________________ means any device that is not part of a larger disposal system and that is used to accumulate or store sewage or industrial waste that: is not hazardous waste as defined by rule 3745-51-03 of the Administrative Code and  must be hauled for recycling, treatment or disposal.  Holding tank does not include such a fixed device in a location that is connected by pipe or hose to a disposal system.

  • A. Storage tank
  • B. Holding tank
  • C. Flow equalization tank
  • D. Storm water storage tank

(3)“At-grade system” means _________________ where treated sewage is conveyed to a dispersal field that is constructed on or above in situ soil and covered by soil.

  • A. inner management zone
  • B. on-site disposal system
  • C. off-site disposal system
  • D. holding tank

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