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Title 40Chapter ISubchapter DPart 142


TITLE 40—Protection of Environment

CHAPTER I—ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER D—WATER PROGRAMS (CONTINUED)

PART 142—NATIONAL PRIMARY DRINKING WATER REGULATIONS IMPLEMENTATION

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§142.1
Applicability.
§142.2
Definitions.
§142.3
Scope.
§142.4
State and local authority.
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Subpart B—PRIMARY ENFORCEMENT RESPONSIBILITY

§142.10
Requirements for a determination of primary enforcement responsibility.
§142.11
Initial determination of primary enforcement responsibility.
§142.12
Revision of State programs.
§142.13
Public hearing.
§142.14
Records kept by States.
§142.15
Reports by States.
§142.16
Special primacy requirements.
§142.17
Review of State programs and procedures for withdrawal of approved primacy programs.
§142.18
EPA review of State monitoring determinations.
§142.19
EPA review of State implementation of national primary drinking water regulations for lead and copper.
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Subpart C—REVIEW OF STATE-ISSUED VARIANCES AND EXEMPTIONS

§142.20
State-issued variances and exemptions under Section 1415(a) and Section 1416 of the Act.
§142.21
State consideration of a variance or exemption request.
§142.22
Review of State variances, exemptions and schedules.
§142.23
Notice to State.
§142.24
Administrator's rescission.
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Subpart D—FEDERAL ENFORCEMENT

§142.30
Failure by State to assure enforcement.
§142.31
[Reserved]
§142.32
Petition for public hearing.
§142.33
Public hearing.
§142.34
Entry and inspection of public water systems.
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Subpart E—VARIANCES ISSUED BY THE ADMINISTRATOR UNDER SECTION 1415(A) OF THE ACT

§142.40
Requirements for a variance.
§142.41
Variance request.
§142.42
Consideration of a variance request.
§142.43
Disposition of a variance request.
§142.44
Public hearings on variances and schedules.
§142.45
Action after hearing.
§142.46
Alternative treatment techniques.
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Subpart F—EXEMPTIONS ISSUED BY THE ADMINISTRATOR

§142.50
Requirements for an exemption.
§142.51
Exemption request.
§142.52
Consideration of an exemption request.
§142.53
Disposition of an exemption request.
§142.54
Public hearings on exemption schedules.
§142.55
Final schedule.
§142.56
Extension of date for compliance.
§142.57
Bottled water, point-of-use, and point-of-entry devices.
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Subpart G—IDENTIFICATION OF BEST TECHNOLOGY, TREATMENT TECHNIQUES OR OTHER MEANS GENERALLY AVAILABLE

§142.60
Variances from the maximum contaminant level for total trihalomethanes.
§142.61
Variances from the maximum contaminant level for fluoride.
§142.62
Variances and exemptions from the maximum contaminant levels for organic and inorganic chemicals.
§142.63
Variances and exemptions from the maximum contaminant level for total coliforms.
§142.64
Variances and exemptions from the requirements of part 141, subpart H—Filtration and Disinfection.
§142.65
Variances and exemptions from the maximum contaminant levels for radionuclides.
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Subpart H—INDIAN TRIBES

§142.72
Requirements for Tribal eligibility.
§142.76
Request by an Indian Tribe for a determination of eligibility.
§142.78
Procedure for processing an Indian Tribe's application.
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Subpart I—ADMINISTRATOR'S REVIEW OF STATE DECISIONS THAT IMPLEMENT CRITERIA UNDER WHICH FILTRATION IS REQUIRED

§142.80
Review procedures.
§142.81
Notice to the State.
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Subpart J—[RESERVED]

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Subpart K—VARIANCES FOR SMALL SYSTEM

General Provisions

§142.301
What is a small system variance?
§142.302
Who can issue a small system variance?
§142.303
Which size public water systems can receive a small system variance?
§142.304
For which of the regulatory requirements is a small system variance available?
§142.305
When can a small system variance be granted by a State?

Review of Small System Variance Application

§142.306
What are the responsibilities of the public water system, State and the Administrator in ensuring that sufficient information is available and for evaluation of a small system variance application?
§142.307
What terms and conditions must be included in a small system variance?

Public Participation

§142.308
What public notice is required before a State or the Administrator proposes to issue a small system variance?
§142.309
What are the public meeting requirements associated with the proposal of a small system variance?
§142.310
How can a person served by the public water system obtain EPA review of a State proposed small system variance?

EPA Review And Approval of Small System Variances

§142.311
What procedures allow the Administrator to object to a proposed small system variance or overturn a granted small system variance for a public water system serving 3,300 or fewer persons?
§142.312
What EPA action is necessary when a State proposes to grant a small system variance to a public water system serving a population of more than 3,300 and fewer than 10,000 persons?
§142.313
How will the Administrator review a State's program under this subpart?


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