36. Every applicant for a certificate of authorization to establish or operate a contaminated soil transfer station must first inform the public of the proposed establishment or operation by means of a notice published in a newspaper circulated in the municipality where the transfer station is to be situated containing
(1) the designation of the land and the applicant’s name and address;
(2) a summary of the project stating at a minimum the information required under paragraphs 1, 7, 8, 10 and 11 of section 34;
(3) the date, time and place in the municipality where the public information meeting will be held, which may not take place earlier than 10 days after publication of the notice; and
(4) a statement that the full text of the document introducing the project referred to in subparagraph 2 may be examined at the office of the municipality.
A report of the observations made at the public meeting and a copy of the public notice published in the newspaper must be filed with the application for the certificate of authorization. The report must be made available for examination at the office of the municipality.
This section does not apply to a renewal of a certificate of authorization unless the renewal application involves an enlargement of or alteration to the transfer station.