(5) Eliminate waste in the approved facility in a manner approved by the administrator and described in the compliance agreement. (b) any person entering into a compliance agreement and that person`s staff or auxiliaries must meet the following additional conditions and conditions, listed in the compliance agreement, deemed necessary by the administrator to prevent the spread of plant pests and animal or poultry diseases in the United States or within the United States: who has entered into or requested the compliance agreement , at the discretion of the administrator, are prohibited from treating or eliminating regulated waste. (d) Any compliance agreement may be denounced verbally or in writing by an inspector if the inspector finds that the person who entered into the compliance agreement has not complied with this paragraph. If the cancellation is oral, the cancellation and the reasons for the cancellation are confirmed in writing as soon as possible. Anyone whose compliance agreement has been terminated can appeal the decision in writing within 10 days of receiving the written notification of the cancellation. The complaint must state all the facts and grounds on which the person relies to prove that the compliance agreement was wrongly denounced. To the extent that circumstances permit, the complaint administrator will be entitled or refuse in writing and indicate the reasons for the decision. A hearing will be held to resolve any conflict concerning any essential facts. The administrator adopts the hearing rules. This administrative right must be exhausted before a person can take legal action against the cancellation of a compliance agreement. (c) approval of a compliance agreement may be refused at any time if the administrator finds that the applicant has not met the requirements set out in that part or cannot meet.
Before rejecting any request for a compliance agreement, APHIS will provide this notification to the applicant and allow the applicant to prove or comply with the requirements.