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TITLE 40—Protection of Environment

CHAPTER I—ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER D—WATER PROGRAMS (CONTINUED)

PART 144—UNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL PROGRAM

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§144.1
Purpose and scope of part 144.
§144.2
Promulgation of Class II programs for Indian lands.
§144.3
Definitions.
§144.4
Considerations under Federal law.
§144.5
Confidentiality of information.
§144.6
Classification of wells.
§144.7
Identification of underground sources of drinking water and exempted aquifers.
§144.8
Noncompliance and program reporting by the Director.
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Subpart B—GENERAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

§144.11
Prohibition of unauthorized injection.
§144.12
Prohibition of movement of fluid into underground sources of drinking water.
§144.13
Prohibition of Class IV wells.
§144.14
Requirements for wells injecting hazardous waste.
§144.15
Prohibition of non-experimental Class V wells for geologic sequestration.
§144.16
Waiver of requirement by Director.
§144.17
Records.
§144.18
Requirements for Class VI wells.
§144.19
Transitioning from Class II to Class VI.
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Subpart C—AUTHORIZATION OF UNDERGROUND INJECTION BY RULE

§144.21
Existing Class I, II (except enhanced recovery and hydrocarbon storage) and III wells.
§144.22
Existing Class II enhanced recovery and hydrocarbon storage wells.
§144.23
Class IV wells.
§144.24
Class V wells.
§144.25
Requiring a permit.
§144.26
Inventory requirements.
§144.27
Requiring other information.
§144.28
Requirements for Class I, II, and III wells authorized by rule.
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Subpart D—AUTHORIZATION BY PERMIT

§144.31
Application for a permit; authorization by permit.
§144.32
Signatories to permit applications and reports.
§144.33
Area permits.
§144.34
Emergency permits.
§144.35
Effect of a permit.
§144.36
Duration of permits.
§144.37
Continuation of expiring permits.
§144.38
Transfer of permits.
§144.39
Modification or revocation and reissuance of permits.
§144.40
Termination of permits.
§144.41
Minor modifications of permits.
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Subpart E—PERMIT CONDITIONS

§144.51
Conditions applicable to all permits.
§144.52
Establishing permit conditions.
§144.53
Schedule of compliance.
§144.54
Requirements for recording and reporting of monitoring results.
§144.55
Corrective action.
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Subpart F—FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: CLASS I HAZARDOUS WASTE INJECTION WELLS

§144.60
Applicability.
§144.61
Definitions of terms as used in this subpart.
§144.62
Cost estimate for plugging and abandonment.
§144.63
Financial assurance for plugging and abandonment.
§144.64
Incapacity of owners or operators, guarantors, or financial institutions.
§144.65
Use of State-required mechanisms.
§144.66
State assumption of responsibility.
§144.70
Wording of the instruments.
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Subpart G—REQUIREMENTS FOR OWNERS AND OPERATORS OF CLASS V INJECTION WELLS

§144.79
General.

Definition of Class V Injection Wells

§144.80
What is a Class V injection well?
§144.81
Does this subpart apply to me?

Requirements for All Class V Injection Wells

§144.82
What must I do to protect underground sources of drinking water?
§144.83
Do I need to notify anyone about my Class V injection well?
§144.84
Do I need to get a permit?

Additional Requirements for Class V Large-Capacity Cesspools and Motor Vehicle Waste Disposal Wells

§144.85
Do these additional requirements apply to me?
§144.86
What are the definitions I need to know?
§144.87
How does the identification of ground water protection areas and other sensitive ground water areas affect me?
§144.88
What are the additional requirements?
§144.89
How do I close my Class V injection well?


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