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Title 40Chapter ISubchapter DPart 146


TITLE 40—Protection of Environment

CHAPTER I—ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER D—WATER PROGRAMS (CONTINUED)

PART 146—UNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL PROGRAM: CRITERIA AND STANDARDS

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§146.1
Applicability and scope.
§146.2
Law authorizing these regulations.
§146.3
Definitions.
§146.4
Criteria for exempted aquifers.
§146.5
Classification of injection wells.
§146.6
Area of review.
§146.7
Corrective action.
§146.8
Mechanical integrity.
§146.9
Criteria for establishing permitting priorities.
§146.10
Plugging and abandoning Class I, II, III, IV, and V wells.
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Subpart B—CRITERIA AND STANDARDS APPLICABLE TO CLASS I WELLS

§146.11
Criteria and standards applicable to Class I nonhazardous wells.
§146.12
Construction requirements.
§146.13
Operating, monitoring and reporting requirements.
§146.14
Information to be considered by the Director.
§146.15
Class I municipal disposal well alternative authorization in certain parts of Florida.
§146.16
Requirements for new Class I municipal wells in certain parts of Florida.
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Subpart C—CRITERIA AND STANDARDS APPLICABLE TO CLASS II WELLS

§146.21
Applicability.
§146.22
Construction requirements.
§146.23
Operating, monitoring, and reporting requirements.
§146.24
Information to be considered by the Director.
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Subpart D—CRITERIA AND STANDARDS APPLICABLE TO CLASS III WELLS

§146.31
Applicability.
§146.32
Construction requirements.
§146.33
Operating, monitoring, and reporting requirements.
§146.34
Information to be considered by the Director.
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Subpart E—CRITERIA AND STANDARDS APPLICABLE TO CLASS IV INJECTION WELLS [RESERVED]

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Subpart F—CRITERIA AND STANDARDS APPLICABLE TO CLASS V INJECTION WELLS

§146.51
Applicability.
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Subpart G—CRITERIA AND STANDARDS APPLICABLE TO CLASS I HAZARDOUS WASTE INJECTION WELLS

§146.61
Applicability.
§146.62
Minimum criteria for siting.
§146.63
Area of review.
§146.64
Corrective action for wells in the area of review.
§146.65
Construction requirements.
§146.66
Logging, sampling, and testing prior to new well operation.
§146.67
Operating requirements.
§146.68
Testing and monitoring requirements.
§146.69
Reporting requirements.
§146.70
Information to be evaluated by the Director.
§146.71
Closure.
§146.72
Post-closure care.
§146.73
Financial responsibility for post-closure care.
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Subpart H—CRITERIA AND STANDARDS APPLICABLE TO CLASS VI WELLS

§146.81
Applicability.
§146.82
Required Class VI permit information.
§146.83
Minimum criteria for siting.
§146.84
Area of review and corrective action.
§146.85
Financial responsibility.
§146.86
Injection well construction requirements.
§146.87
Logging, sampling, and testing prior to injection well operation.
§146.88
Injection well operating requirements.
§146.89
Mechanical integrity.
§146.90
Testing and monitoring requirements.
§146.91
Reporting requirements.
§146.92
Injection well plugging.
§146.93
Post-injection site care and site closure.
§146.94
Emergency and remedial response.
§146.95
Class VI injection depth waiver requirements.


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