WATER POLLUTION CONTROL
Legislative findings and policy.
Definition of terms.
34A-2-3 to 34A-2-5. Repealed.
Planning consistent with federal requirements--Maximum daily loads.
34A-2-7, 34A-2-8. Repealed.
Classification of waters.
Water quality standards--Factors considered--Objectives--Violation.
Presumption favoring existing quality standards.
Regulation of public water supplies--Violation.
Effluent standards--Minimum requirements--Violation.
Pretreatment standards for industrial users of inadequate public
Violation of pretreatment standards for industrial user--Implementation
of Federal Water Pollution Control Act.
Enforcement of pretreatment standards for industrial users.
Periodic review of classification and standards.
Procedure for establishment of classification, standards or rules.
Establishment of waste treatment requirements.
Causing pollution of waters prohibited--Placement of wastes--Violation.
Reduction of existing water quality by discharge of waste prohibited--Violation as nuisance.
Discharge of wastes allowed when economic or social necessity found--Exception.
Technology considered in determining economic justification for waste.
Biennial review of decisions to allow discharge waste.
Construction permits required for activities discharging wastes into
Rules for permits to discharge wastes--Plans and specifications for
Plans, specifications, and information required by secretary.
Rules regarding permit procedure.
Issuance, revocation, or denial of permits to discharge waste.
Examination and approval or disapproval of plans for discharge of
waste--Changes in plans.
Certification of compliance with federal pollution control requirements.
Rules for grant or denial of certification--Procedural requirements of
Public hearing on permit to discharge waste--Notice--Uncontested
Permit to discharge waste into surface waters required--Issuance--Maximum duration--Standards to be met--Violation.
Permit to discharge waste into underground waters--Issuance--
Maximum duration--Standards to be met--Violation.
Permit for concentrated animal feeding operations.
Effluent limitations enforced in issuance of permits.
Limitations on volume and strength of waste discharged under permit--Specification of limitations and conditions.
Schedules of compliance in permits for discharge.
Extension of time to meet quality and effluent standards.
Recording, reporting and inspection conditions in permit to discharge.
Conditions in permits issued for publicly owned treatment works.
Changes to be reported under permit for publicly owned treatment
Discharges which may not be authorized by permit.
Records, monitoring and reporting required on pollution sources.
Inspection powers with respect to pollution sources.
Right of entry on premises where pollution produced.
Orders to clean up material spilled--Violation.
Grounds for revocation, suspension, or modification of permit.
Notice of denial, revocation, suspension, or modification of permit--Hearing--Decision by secretary.
Effective date of revocation, suspension, or modification of permit.
Procedural requirements in dealing with violations.
Notice to correct violations--Contents--Civil penalty.
Hearing on violation--Notice.
Time of hearing on violation--Respondent's request for change of time.
Respondent's request for hearing on violation--Time of filing--Time of
Procedure in hearing on violation--Venue.
Parties permitted to appear and present evidence at hearing on
Record of hearing on violation.
Board's decision and order to abate pollution--Times prescribed in
order--Civil penalty for violation.
34A-2-61 to 34A-2-63.
Order not stayed by appeal--Findings required to grant stay.
Judicial enforcement of order pending appeal.
Legal representation of board in appeal.
Appeal bond not required of state or board.
Emergency order by secretary to stop pollution--Effective immediately--Preventive action by secretary--Violation.
Notice of emergency order.
Hearing on emergency order--Time and procedure for hearing.
Investigation of discharge polluting state waters--Responsible person.
Action in circuit court for immediate restraint of pollution.
Action by department to enjoin violations--Temporary injunction and
Initiation of action to recover penalties.
Violations classified as misdemeanor--Criminal and civil penalties.
False representation or tampering with monitoring device prohibited--Violation.
Alternative remedies not barred by invoking penalties.
Remedies under chapter alternative to remedies under other law.
to 34A-2-81. Repealed.
Acceptance of grants for water pollution control.
, 34A-2-87. Repealed.
Promulgation of rules by board.
Public availability of records and information obtained under chapter--Trade secrets exception.
Petroleum substances discharged into state waters--Liability for
containment and recovery costs--Violation.
Petroleum substances discharged into state waters--Notice to secretary
required--Restriction on use of information in criminal proceeding--Violation.
Underground storage tanks--Definitions.
Underground storage tanks--Promulgation of rules--Violation.
Above ground stationary storage tank defined.
Promulgation of rules to safeguard public health and prevent water
Installation of above ground stationary storage tank for storage of
regulated substances prohibited--Exceptions--Violation.
Statement of groundwater protection strategy--Coordination of
Legislative findings--Declaration of public policy.
Conditions requiring submission of preventative action plan--Contents--Violation.
Development and administration of certain ongoing programs--Review
and revision by secretary.
Standards used in prioritizing groundwater prevention efforts--Other
factors for consideration.
Certification of individuals responsible for the supervision of the
alteration, repair, construction and installation of certain systems--Violation.
Formation of state management plans for use of fertilizers and
pesticides to protect waters and prevent pollution.
Complaint required to be signed.
General permit for a category of water pollution control--Terms and
conditions--Suspension, revocation or modification--Violation.
Procedure for issuance, suspension, revocation and renewal of permits--Hearing--Uncontested recommendation.
Administration of national pollutant discharge elimination system
permit program for pretreatment surface water discharge systems--Fee.
Sewage sludge, toxic pollutants, and significant industrial user defined.
Development of pretreatment programs for publicly owned treatment
works--Assumption of local responsibilities by secretary on request.
Annual fee for facilities permitted under the national pollutant
discharge elimination system--Exceptions.
Publicly-owned treatment works fee schedule.
Industrial and governmental treatment works fee schedule.
Fee schedule for other entities.
Establishment of surface water discharge and pretreatment
administrative subfund--Source of funds--Administration--Expenditures--Unexpended funds.
Obligation of owner to pay annual fees on surface water discharge or
pretreatment system--Date due.
Promulgation of rules on disposal of sewage sludge.
General permit for category of water pollution control--Effective
period--Modification, suspension, or revocation--Violation.
Fee on certain concentrated animal feeding operations--Subfund
Administrative rules on underground injection control Class III wells
and in situ leach mining tolled.