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Title 40—Protection of Environment
Material Approved for Incorporation by Reference

The Director of the Federal Register has approved, under 5 U.S.C. 552(a) and 1 CFR part 51, the incorporation by reference of the following publications. Incorporations by reference found within a regulation are effective upon the effective date of that regulation. For more information on incorporation by reference, see http://www.archives.gov/federal-register/cfr/ibr-locations.html

40 CFR (PARTS 136 TO 149)
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
40 CFR
American National Standards Institute
25 West 43rd Street, Fourth floor, New York, NY 10036; Telephone: (212) 642–4900
American National Standard on Photographic Processing Effluents, April 2, 1975
136.3(a) Table IB, Note 9
American Public Health Association
1015 Fifteenth Street NW., Washington, DC 20005; Telephone: 1-877-574-1233; Internet: standardmethods.org
Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater, Joint Editorial Board, American Public Health Association, American Waterworks Association, and Water Environment Control Federation:
20th Edition, 1998
136.3, Table 1A, Note 4. Tables 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E
19th Edition, 1995
136.3; Table 1A, Note 4; Tables 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E
18th Edition, 1992
136.3, Tables IA, Note 4; IB, IC, ID, 1E
15th Edition, 1980
136.3(a) Table IB, Note 30; Table ID
14th Edition, 1975
136.3(a) Table IB, Notes 17 and 27
Methods 7110 B (Evaporation Method for Gross Alpha-Beta),
136.3
Selected Analytical Methods Approved and Cited by the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Supplement to the 15th Edition of Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater, 1981
136.3(a) Table IB, Note 10; Table IC, Note 6; Table ID, Note 6
American Society for Microbiology
1752 N Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036
Brenner, et al.: New Medium for the Simultaneous Detection of Total Coliforms and Escherichia coli in Water. Appl. Environ Microbial, 59:3534-3544, 1993
136.3
American Society for Testing and Materials
100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428–2959; Telephone: (610) 832–9585, FAX: (610) 832–9555; Internet: astm.org
Annual Book of ASTM Standards, Water and Environmental Technology, Section 11, Volumes 11.01 and 11.02, 1994, 1996, 1999, 2002, and 2006
136.3, Tables IB, IC, ID, and IE
AOAC International (Association of Official Analytical Chemists)
481 North Frederick Avenue, Suite 500, Gaithersburg, Maryland 20877-2417
Official Methods of Analysis, 18th Edition, 2006
136.3
Bran & Luebbe Analyzing Technologies, Inc.
Elmsford, NY 10523
Hydrogen Ion (pH) Automated Electrode Method, Industrial Method Number 378–75WA, October 1976, Bran & Luebbe (Techicon) Auto Analyzer II
136.3(a) Table IB, Note 21
CEM Corporation
P.O. Box 200, Matthews, North Carolina 28106–0200
Closed Vessel Microwave Digestion of Wastewater Samples for Determination of Metals, April 16, 1992
136.3(a) Table IB, Note 36
Fisons Instruments, Inc
32 Commerce Center, Cherry Hill Drive, Danvers, MA 01923
Direct Current Plasma (DCP) Optical Emission Spectrometric Method for Trace Elemental Analysis of Water and Wastes, Method AES0029, 1986, revised 1991
136.3(a) Table IB, Note 34
Hach Company
100 Dayton Avenue, Ames, Iowa 50010
m-ColiBlue24® test: “Total Coliforms and E. coli,” Revision 2, 1999
136.3
1, 10–Phenanthroline Method Using FerroVer Iron Reagent for Water, Hach Method 8008, 1980
136.3(a) Table IB, Note 22
Bicinchoninate Method for Copper, Method 8506, Hach Handbook of Water Analysis, 1979
136.3(a) Table IB, Note 19
Chemical Oxygen Demand, Method 8000, Hach Handbook of Water Analysis, 1979
136.3(a) Table IB, Note 14
Nitrogen, Nitrite—Low Range, Diazotization Method for Water and Wastewater, Hach Method 8507, 1979
136.3(a) Table IB, Note 25
Periodate Oxidation Method for Manganese, Method 8034, Hach Handbook for Water Analysis, 1979
136.3(a) Table IB, Note 23
Zincon Method for Zinc, Method 8009, Hach Handbook for Water Analysis, 1979
136.3(a) Table IB, Note 33
IDEXX Laboratories, Inc.
One IDEXX Drive, Westbrook, Maine 04092
Colilert Method®, 2002
136.3
Colilert-18® Method, 2002
136.3
Enterolert® Method, 2002
136.3
Quanti-Tray® Method, 2002
136.3
Quanti-tray/2002® Method
136.3
Journal of Chromatography
Available from: Elsevier/North-Holland, Inc., Journal Information Centre, 52 Vanderbilt Avenue, New York, NY 10164
Direct Determination of Elemental Phosphorous by Gas-Liquid Chromatography, by R.F. Addison and R.G. Ackman, Journal of Chromatography, Volume 47, No. 3, pp. 421–426, 1970
136.3(a) Table IB, Note 28
Lachat Instruments
6645 West Mill Road. Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53218
QuikChem Method 10-204-00-1-X: Digestion and Distillation of Total Cyanide in Drinking and Wastewaters Using MICRO DIST and Determination of Cyanide by Flow Injection Analysis, Appendix A, 4.5.2: Modified Method Compilation, March 2005, Revision 2.2
136.3
National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Improvements, Inc.
260 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10016
An Investigation of Improved Procedures for Measurement of Mill Effluent and Receiving Water Color, NCASI Technical Bulletin No. 253, December 1971
136.3(a) Table IB, Note 18
Oceanography International Corporation
512 West Loop, P.O. Box 2980, College Station, TX 77840
OIC Chemical Oxygen Demand Method, 1978
136.3(a) Table IB, Note 13
ORION Research Incorporated
840 Memorial Dr., Cambridge, MA 02138
ORION Research Instruction Manual, Residual Chlorine Electrode Model 97–70, 1977
136.3(a) Table IB, Note 16
Perstorp Analytical Corporation
1256 Stockton St., Helena, CA 94574
Nitrogen, Total Kjeldahl, Method PA1–Dk01, (Block Digestion, Steam Distillation, Tritrimetric Detection), Revised December 22, 1994
136.3(a), Table IB, Note 39
Nitrogen, Total Kjeldahl, Method PA1–Dk02, (Block Digestion, Steam Distillation, Colorimetric Detection), Revised December 22, 1994
136.3(a), Table IB, Note 40
Nitrogen, Total Kjeldahl, Method PA1–Dk03, (Block Digestion, Steam Distillation, Automated FIA Gas Diffusion), Revised December 22, 1994
136.3(a), Table IB, Note 41
Technicon Industrial Systems
Tarrytown, New York 10591
Ammonia, Automated Electrode Method, Industrial Method Number 379–75WE, dated February 19, 1976, Technicon Auto Analyzer II
136.3(a) Table IB, Note 7
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Standards available from: ORD publications, CERI, Cincinnati, OH 45268
Methods for Benzidine, Chlorinated Organic Compounds, Pentachlorophenol and Pesticides in Water and Wastewater, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1978
136.3(a) Table IC, Note 3; Table ID, Note 3
EPA–600/4–79–020: “Methods for Chemical Analysis of Water and Wastes,” U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, March 1979, or “Methods for Chemical Analysis of Water and Wastes,” U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA–600/4–79–020, Revised March 1983
136.3(a) Table IB, Notes 1 and 4
EPA–821–R–01–025: Method 1623: “Cryptosporidium and Giardia in Water by Filtration/IMS/FA,” U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, April 2001
136.3
EPA–821–R–01–026: Method 1622: “Cryptosporidium in Water by Filtration/IMS/FA,” U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, April 2001
136.3
EPA–821–R–06–010: Method 1103.1: “Escherichia coli (E coli) in Water by Membrane Filtration Using membrane-Thermotolerant Escherichia coli Agar (mTEC),” July 2006
136.3
EPA–821–R–06–008: Method 1106.1: “Enterococci in Water by Membrane Filtration Using membrane-Enterococcus-Esculin Iron Agar (mE-EIA),” July 2006
136.3
EPA–821–R–06–009: Method 1600: “Enterococci in Water by Membrane Filtration Using Membrane-Enterococcus-Indoxyl-β-D-Glucoside Agar (mEI),” July 2006
136.3
EPA–821–R–06–011: Method 1603: “Escherichia Coli (E. coli) in Water by Membrane Filtration Using Modified membrane-Thermotolerant Escherichia-coli Agar (Modified mTEC),” July 2006
136.3
EPA–821–R–06–012: Method 1680: “Fecal Coliforms in Sewage Sludge (Biosolids) by Multiple-Tube Fermentation using Lauryl Tryptose Broth (LTB) and EC Medium,” July 2006
136.3
EPA–821–R–06–013: Method 1681: “Fecal Coliforms in Sewage Sludge (Biosolids) by Multiple-Tube Fermentation using A-1 Medium,” July 2006
136.3
EPA–821–R–06–014: Method 1682: “Salmonella in Sewage Sludge (Biosolids) by Modified Semisolid Rappaport-Vassiliadus (MSRV) Medium,” July 2006
136.3
EPA–821–R–02–024: Method 1604: Total coliforms and Escherichia coli (E. coli) in Water by Membrane Filtration Using a Simultaneous Detection Technique (MI Medium),” September 2002
136.3
EPA–600/1–80–031: Cabelli, V.J., “Health Effects Criteria for Marine Recreational Waters” August 1983
136.3
EPA–600/1–84–004: Dufour, A.P., “Health Effects Criteria for Fresh Recreational Waters” August 1984
136.3
Microbiological Methods for Monitoring the Environment, Water and Wastes, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA–600/8–78–017, 1978
136.3(a) Table IA, Note 3
Organochlorine Pesticides and PCBs in Wastewater Using Empore TM Disk, Revised October 28, 1994
136.3(b)(33)
Prescribed Procedures for Measurement of Radioactivity in Drinking Water, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA–600/4–80–032, 1980
136.3(a) Table IE, Note 1
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Water Resource Center
Washington, DC 20460; 24-hour voice mail system for publications orders or reference questions at (202) 566-1729. Long-distance callers within the US may also use the Wetlands Helpline phone at 1-800-832-7828; Internet: epa.gov/safewater/resource/; Email: center.water-resource@epa.gov;
Selected EPA Test Methods for Analysis of Pollutants Approved and Cited by the United States Environmental Protection Agency: See 40 CFR section 136.3, Tables, IA, IB, IC, ID, IE, IF
136.3
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Standards available from: EPA Sample Control Center (Operated by CSC), 6101 Stevenson Ave, Alexandria, VA 22304; Telephone: 703-461-2100
EPA Methods 245.7, 821-R-05-001
136.3
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Standards available from: National Technical Information Service, 5285 Port Royal Road, Springfield, VA 22161; Internet: ntis.gov; Telephone: 1-888-584-8332
EPA–821–B–98–016, Analytical Methods for the Determination of Pollutants in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Industry Wastewater, July 1998
136.3
Method OIA–1677: “Available Cyanide by Flow Injection, Ligand Exchange, and Amperometry,” PB99–132011, August 1999
136.3
Method 1631: “Mercury in Water by Oxidation, Purge and Trap, and Cold Vapor Atomic Fluorescence Spectrometry” Revision E, September 2002, Office of Water, US EPA, (EPA-821-R-02-019).
136.3
EPA-821-R-02/012: “Methods for Measuring the Acute Toxicity of Effluents and Receiving Waters to Freshwater and Marine Organisms,” Fifth Edition, October 2002
136.3
EPA-821-R-06-009: “Enterococci in Water by Membrane Filtration Using Membrane-Enterococcus Indoxyl-B-D-Glucoside Agar, July 2006
136.3
USEPA Methods and Guidance for Analysis of Water, Version 2.0, June 1999
136.3
Method 180.1: Determination of Turbidity by Nephelometry, Revision 2.0, August 1993
136.3
Method 200.2: Sample Preparation Procedure for Spectrochemical Determination of Total Recoverable Elements, EPA-821-R-99-018, Revision 2.8, 1999
136.3
Method 200.7: Determination of Metals and Trace Elements in Water and Wastes by Inductively Coupled Plasma– Atomic Emission Spectrometry, Revision 4.4, May 1994
136.3
Method 200.8: “Determination of Trace Elements in Waters and Wastes by Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry,” as published in Methods for the Determination of Metals in Environmental Samples, Revision 5.4, May 1994
136.3
Method 200.9: Determination of Trace Elements by Stabilized Temperature Graphite Furnace Atomic Absorption, Revision 2.2, 1994
136.3
Method 218.6: Determination of Dissolved Hexavalent Chromium in Drinking Water, Groundwater, and Industrial Wastewater Effluents by Ion Chromatography, Revision 3.3, 1994
136.3
Method 245.1: Determination of Mercury in Water by Cold Vapor Atomic Absorption Spectrometry, Revision 3.0, 1994
136.3
Method 245.7: Mercury in Water by Cold Vapor Atomic Fluorescence Spectrometry, EPA-821-R-05-001, Revision 2.0, February 2005
136.3
Method 300.0: Determination of Inorganic Anions by Ion Chromatography, Revision 2.1, August 1993
136.3
Method 300.1: Determination of Inorganic Anions in Drinking Water by Ion Chromatography, 1997, including Errata dated April 27, 1999, Revision 1.0
136.3
Method 335.4: Determination of Total Cyanide by Semi-Automated Colorimetry, Revision 1.0, August 1993
136.3
Method 350.1: Determination of Ammonia Nitrogen by Semi-Automated Colorimetry, Revision 2.0, August 1993
136.3
Method 351.2: Determination of Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen by Semi-Automated Colorimetry, Revision 2.0, August 1993
136.3
Method 353.2: Determination of Nitrate-Nitrite Nitrogen by Automated Colorimetry, Revision 2.0, August 1993
136.3
Method 365.1: Determination of Phosphorous by Semi-Automated Colorimetry, Revision 2.0, August 1993
136.3
Method 375.2: Determination of Sulfate by Automated Colorimetry, Revision 2.0, August 1993
136.3
Method 410.4: The Determination of Chemical Oxygen Demand by Semi-Automated Colorimetry, Revision 2.0, August 1993
136.3
Method 420.4: Determination of Total Recoverable Phenolics by Semi-Automated Colorimetry, Revision 1.0, August 1993
136.3
Method Kelada-01: Kelada Automated Test Methods for Total Cyanide, Acid Dissociable Cyanide, and Thiocyanate, Revision 1.2, August 2001
136.3
U.S. Geological Survey
Denver Federal Center, Box 25425, Denver, CO 80225
Methods for Collection and Analysis of Aquatic Biological and Microbiological Samples, edited by Britton, L.J. and P.E. Greason, Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations of the U.S. Geological Survey, Book 5, Chapter A1 (1989)
136.3(a) Table IA
Methods for Determination of Inorganic Substances in Water and Fluvial Sediments, N.W. Skougstad and others, editors, Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations of the U.S. Geological Survey, Book 5, Chapter A1 (1979)
136.3(a) Table IB, Note 8
Methods for Determination of Inorganic Substances in Water and Fluvial Sediments, M.J. Fishman and Linda C. Friedman, Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations of the U.S. Geological Survey, Book 5, Chapter A1 (1989)
136.3(a) Table IB, Note 2
Methods for the Determination of Organic Substances in Water and Fluvial Sediments, Wershaw, R.L., et al, Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations of the U.S. Geological Survey, Book 5, Chapter A3 (1987)
136.3(a) Table IB, Note 24; Table ID, Note 4
Selected Methods of the U.S. Geological Survey of Analysis of Wastewaters, by M.J. Fishman and Eugene Brown; U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report 76–77 (1976)
136.3(a) Table IE, Note 2
Water Temperature—Influential Factors, Field Measurement and Data Presentation, by H.H. Stevens, Jr., J. Ficke, and G.F. Smoot, Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations of the U.S. Geological Survey, Book 1, Chapter D1, 1975
136.3(a) Table IB, Note 32
Open File Report 00-170: Methods of Analysis by the U.S. Geological Survey National Water Quality Laboratory—Determination of Ammonium Plus Organic Nitrogen by a Kjeldahl Digestion Method and an Automated Photometric Finish that Includes Digest Cleanup by Gas Diffusion, 2000
136.3
Open File Report 92-146: Methods of Analysis by the U.S. Geological Survey National Water Quality Laboratory—Determination of Total Phosphorous by a Kjeldahl Digestion Method and an Automated Colorimetric Finish that Includes Dialysis, 1992
136.3
Open File Report 93-125: Methods of Analysis by the U.S. Geological Survey National Water Quality Laboratory—Determination of Inorganic and Organic Constituents in Water and Fluvial Sediments, 1993
136.3
Open File Report 93-449: Methods of Analysis by the U.S. Geological Survey National Water Quality Laboratory—Determination of Chromium in Water by Graphite Furnace Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry, 1993
136.3
Open File Report 94-37: Methods of Analysis by the U.S. Geological Survey National Water Quality Laboratory—Determination of Triazine and Other Nitrogen-Containing Compounds by Gas Chromatography, 1994
136.3
Open File Report 97-198: Methods of Analysis by the U.S. Geological Survey National Water Quality Laboratory—Determination of Molybdenum in Water by Graphite Furnace Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry, 1997
136.3
Open File Report 98-165: Methods of Analysis by the U.S. Geological Survey National Water Quality Laboratory—Determination of Elements in Whole-Water Digests Using Inductively Coupled Plasma—Optical Emission Spectrometry and Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry, 1998
136.3
Open File Report 98-639: Methods of Analysis by the U.S. Geological Survey National Water Quality Laboratory—Determination of Arsenic and Selenium in Water and Sediment by Graphite Furnace-Atomic Absorption Spectrometry, 1999
136.3
40 CFR (PART 141): WATER PROGRAMS
AOAC International (Association of Official Analytical Chemists)
First Union National Bank Lockbox, P.O. Box 75198, Baltimore, MD 21275–5198
Official Methods of Analysis of the Association of Official Analytical Chemists, Volume 1, 16th Edition, 4th Revision (1998)
141.40
American Public Health Association
1015 Fifteenth Street, NW, Washington DC 20005; Telephone: 1-877-574-1233; Internet: standardmethods.org
Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Waste Water, 18th Edition, 1992; 19th Edition, 1995; 20th Edition, 1998 - Selected Analytical Methods Approved and Cited by the United States Environmental Protection Agency
141.21; 141.23; 141.24; 141.25; 141.40; 141.74; 141.131
American Society for Testing and Materials
100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428–2959; Telephone: (610) 832–9585, FAX: (610) 832–9555; Internet: astm.org
Annual Book of ASTM Standards, Water and Environmental Technology, Section 11, Volumes 11.01 and 11.02, 1994, 1996, 1999, 2002, and 2006 - Selected Analytical Methods Approved and Cited by the United States Environmental Protection Agency
141.23; 141.24; 141.25; 141.31; 141.40
ASTM D 511–88 Standard Test Methods for Calcium and Magnesium in Water
141.89
ASTM D 511-03, Standard Test Methods for Calcium and Magnesium in Water
141.23
ASTM D 515–88 Standard Test Methods for Phosphorus in Water
141.89
ASTM D 859–88 Standard Test Method for Silica in Water
141.89
ASTM D 859-00, Standard Test Method for Silica in Water
141.23
ASTM D 1067–88 Standard Test Methods for Acidity or Alkalinity of Water
141.89
ASTM D 1067-02, Standard Test Methods for Acidity or Alkalinity in Water
141.23
ASTM D 1125–82 Standard Test Methods for Electrical Conductivity and Resistivity of Water
141.89
ASTM D 1125–95 (Reapproved 1999) Standard Test Methods for Electrical Conductivity and Resistivity of Water
141.23
ASTM D 1179-99, Standard Test Methods for Fluoride Ion in Water
141.23
ASTM D 1253-03 Standard Test Method for Residual Chlorine in Water
141.131; 141.74
ASTM D 1253-86 (Reapproved 1996) Standard Test Method for Residual Chlorine in Water
141.131
ASTM D 1253-03, Standard Test Method for Residual Chlorine in Water
141.74, 141.31
ASTM D 1293-99, Standard Test Methods for pH of Water
141.23
ASTM D 1293–84 Standard Test Methods for pH of Water
141.89
ASTM D 1293–95, Standard Test Methods for pH of Water
141.40
ASTM D 1688–90 Standard Test Methods for Copper in Water
141.89
ASTM D 1688-02, Standard Test Methods for Copper in Water
141.23
ASTM D 2459–75 Gamma Spectrometry in Water
141.25(a)(6)
ASTM D 2907–75 Micro-quantities of Uranium in Water by Flourometry
141.25(a)(7)
ASTM D 2972-03, Standard Test Methods for Arsenic in Water
141.23
ASTM D 3223-02, Standard Test Method for Total Mercury in Water
141.23
ASTM D 3559–85 Standard Test Methods for Lead in Water
141.89
ASTM D 3559-03, Standard Test Methods for Lead in Water
141.23
ASTM D 3645-03, Standard Test Methods for Beryllium in Water
141.23
ASTM D 3649-98a, Standard Practice for High-Resolution Gamma-ray Spectrometry of Water, March 1999
141.25
ASTM D 3697-02, Standard Test Method for Antimony in Water
141.23
ASTM D 3859-03, Standard Test Methods for Selenium in Water
141.23
ASTM D 3972-02, Standard Test Method for Isotopic Uranium in Water by Radiochemistry
141.25
ASTM D 4327–88 Standard Test Method for Anions in Water by Ion Chromatography
141.89
ASTM D 4327-03, Standard Test Method for Anions in Water by Chemically Suppressed Ion Chromatography
141.23
ASTM D 4785-00a, Standard Test Method for Low-Level Iodine-131 in Water
141.25
ASTM D 5317–93, Standard Test Method for Determination of Chlorinated Organic Acid Compounds in Water by Gas Chromatography with an Electron Capture Detector
141.40
ASTM D 5317-98 (Reapproved 2003), Standard Test Method for Determination of Chlorinated Organic Acid Compounds in Water by Gas Chromatography and with an Electron Capture Detector
141.24
ASTM D 5673-03 Standard Test Method for Elements in Water by Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry
141.25
ASTM D 5790–95, Standard Test Method for Measurement of Purgeable Organic Compounds in Water by Capillary Column Gas Chromatography–Mass Spectrometry
141.40
ASTM D 5812–96, Standard Test Method for Determination of Organochlorine Pesticides in Water by Capillary Column Gas Chromatography
141.40
ASTM D 6581-00, Standard Test Method for Bromate, Bromide, Chlorate, and Chlorite in Drinking Water by Chemically Suppressed Ion Chromatography
141.131
ASTM D 6888-04, Standard Test Method for Available Cyanide with Ligand Displacement and Flow Injection Analysis (FIA) Utilizing Gas Di
141.23
ASTM D 6919-03, Standard Test Method for Determination of Dissolved Alkali and Alkaline Earth Cations and Ammonium in Water and Wastewater by Ion Chromatography
141.23
Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater, 18th Edition Supplement, 1994:
  Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater, 18th Edition, 1992
141.21; 141.23; 141.24; 141.25; 141.40; 141.74
  Method 6610, Carbamate Pesticides Method
141.24; 141.40
Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Waste Water, 19th Edition, 1995
141.21; 141.23; 141.24; 141.40; 141.74; 141.142
Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater, 19th Edition, 1995; Supplement, 1996
141.31
Methods 2550 (Laboratory and Field Methods) 2000; 3111 B (Direct Air Acetylene Flame Method) 1999; 3111 D (Direct Nitrous Oxide-Acetylene Flame Method) 1999; 3112 B (Cold-Vapor Atomic Absorption Spectrometric Method) 1999
141.23
Methods 6200 B, 2130 B, 2550; 4500–CI, D, E, F, G, H, I; 4500–CIO2D, E, 4500–H+B, and 4500–O3 B, Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Waste Water, 20th Edition, 1998
141.40
American Water Works Association Research Foundation
Customer Service, 6666 West Quincy Avenue, Denver, CO 80235; Telephone: 303–794–7711
Guidance Manual for Compliance with the Filtration and Disinfection Requirements for Public Water Systems Using Surface Water Sources, 1991, Appendices C and O
141.142
Methods for Chemical Analysis of Water and Wastes, EPA Environmental Monitoring and Support Laboratory, Cincinnati, OH (EPA–600/4–79–020), Revised March 1983, Procedures 239.2, 220.2, 220.1, 150.1, 150.2, 120.1, 215.2, 215.1, 310.1, 365.1, 365.3, 365.2, and 370.1 located at pp. 239.2–1 through 239.2–2 and metals -1 through metals-19, 220.2–1 through 220.2–2 and metals-1 through metals-19, 220.1–1 through 220.1–2 and metals-1 through metals-19, 150.1–1 through 150.1–3, 150.2–1 through 150.2–3, 120.1–1 through 120.1–3, 215.2–1 through 215.2–3, 215.1–1 through 215.1–2, 310.1–1 through 310.1–3, 365.1–1 through 365.1–9, 365.3–1 through 365.3–4, 365.2–1 through 365.2–6, and 370.1–1 through 370.1–5
141.89
National Field Evaluation of a Defined Substrate Method for the Simultaneous Enumeration of Total Coliforms and Escherichia coli from Drinking Water: Comparison with the Standard Multiple Tube Fermentation Method, Stephen C. Edberg, Martin J. Allen, Darwell B. Smith, and the National Collaborative Study, which appears in Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Volume 54, pages 1595–1601, June 1988, as amended under Erratum, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Volume 54, page 3197
141.21(a); 141.74(a)
National Field Evaluation of a Defined Substrate Method for the Simultaneous Detection of Total Coliforms and Escherichia coli from Drinking Water: Comparison with Presence-Absence Techniques, Stephen C. Edberg, Martin J. Allen, Darwell B. Smith, and the National Collaborative Study, which appears in Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Volume 55, No. 4 pages 1003–1008, April 1989, published by the American Society for Microbiology
141.21(f)
New Medium for the Simultaneous Detection of Total coliforms and Escherichia coli in Water, Kristen P. Brenner, Clifford C. Rankin, Yvette R. Roybal, Gerald N. Stelma, Jr., Pasquale V. Scarpino, and Alfred P. Dufour, which appears in Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Vol. 59, No. 11, pages 3534–3544, November 1993, published by the American Society for Microbiology
141.21; 141.74
Analytical Technology, Inc. Orion
529 Main St., Boston, MA 02129
Analytical Technology, Inc. Orion, Technical Bulletin 601, Standard Method of Test for Nitrate in Drinking Water, PN 221890–001, dated July 1994
141.23
Charm Sciences, Inc.
659 Andover Street, Lawrence, MA 01843-1032
Ecolite Test, “Presence/Absence for Coliforms and E.coli in Water” dated December 21, 1997
141.21
Charm E*ColiteTM Presence/Absence Test for Detection and Identification of Coliform Bacteria and Escherichia coli in Drinking Water, January 9, 1998
141.402
CPI International, Inc.
5580 Skylane Boulevard, Santa Rosa, California 95403
“Colitag Product as a Test for Detection and Identification of Coliforms and Escherichia Coli Bacteria in Drinking Water and Source Water as Required in National Primary Drinking Water Regulations,” August 2001
141.21(f)(3)
Environmental Resource Center
Georgia Institute for Technology, Atlanta. Georgia
Method for the Determination of Radium-228 and Radium-226 in Drinking Water by Gamma-ray Spectrometry using HPGE or Ge(Li) Detectors, Revision 1.2, December 2004
141.25
Great Lakes Instruments, Inc.
8855 North 55th Street, Milwaukee, WI 53223
GLI Method 2, Turbidity, dated November 2, 1992
141.40; 141.74
Hach Company
100 Dayton Avenue, Ames, IA 50010
Method No. 10029, m-ColiBlue24® Test: Total Coliforms and E.coli Membrane Filtration Method with m-ColiBlue24® Broth, Revision 2, dated August 17, 1999
141.21; 141.402
IDEXX Laboratories, Inc.
One IDEXX Drive, Westbrook, Maine 04092
“Evaluation of Enterolert for Enumeration of Enterococci in Recreational Waters,” Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 62:3881-3884, 1996
141.402
Industrial Test Systems, Inc.
1875 Langston Street, Rock Hill, South Carolina 29730
Method D99-003: Free Chlorine Species (HOCT and OCT) by Test Strip, Revision 3.0, November 21, 2003
141.74
Millipore Corporation
Technical Services Department, 80 Ashby Road, Bedford, MA 01730
Millipore Corporation, Method AN208, Colisure Presence/Absence Test for Detection and Identification of Coliform Bacteria and Escherichia coli in Drinking Water, dated February 28, 1994
141.21
Palintest, LTD
21 Kenton Lands Road, P.O. Box 18395, Erlanger, KY 41018
Method 1001, Lead in Drinking Water by Differential Pulse Anodic Stripping Voltammetry, August 1999
141.23
Radiological Sciences Institute Center for Laboratories and Research, New York State Department of Health
Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY 12201
Determination of Ra–226 and Ra–228 (Ra–02), January, 1980
141.25
State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Environmental Quality, Bureau of Radiation and Inorganic Analytical Services
9 Ewing Street, Trenton, NJ 08625
Determination of Radium 228 in Drinking Water, August 1980
141.25
Technicon Industrial Systems, c/o Bran & Luebbe
1025 Busch Parkway, Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
Technicon Industrial Systems, Industrial Method No. 129–71W, Fluoride in Water and Wastewater dated December 1972, and Method No. 380–75WE, Fluoride in Water and Wastewater, dated February 1976
141.23
U.S. Department of Commerce
National Institute of Standard and Technology (formerly National Bureau of Standards), Washington, DC 20234
Handbook No. 69, Permissible Body Burdens and Maximum Permissible Concentrations of Radionuclides in Air or Water for Occupational Exposure, August 1963
141.16(b); 141.66
U.S. Department of Energy
Environmental Measurements Laboratory, 376 Hudson St., New York, NY 10014–3621
EML Procedures Manual, 27th Edition, Vol. 1, 1990
141.25
EML Procedures Manual, HASL-300, Volume 1: Gamma Radioassay, 28th Edition, February 1997
141.25
EML Procedures Manual, HASL-300, Volume 1: Radium-226 in Tap Water, Urine, and Feces, 28th Edition, February 1997
141.25
EML Procedures Manual, HASL-300, Volume II: Strontium-89, 28th Edition, February 1997
141.25
EML Procedures Manual, HASL-300, Volume II: Strontium-90, 28th Edition, February 1997
141.25
EML Procedures Manual, HASL-300, Volume I: Isotopic Uranium in Biological and Environmental Materials, 28th Edition, February 1997
141.25
EML Procedures Manual, HASL-300, Volume II: Uranium in Biological and Environmental Materials, 28th Edition, February 1997
141.25
HASL Procedures Manual HASL—300, 1978
141.25(b)(2)
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Standards available from: National Technical Information Service, 5285 Port Royal Road, Springfield, VA 22161; Internet: orders@ntis.fedworld.gov; Telephone: (800) 553-6847
Interim Radiochemical Methodology for Drinking Water, EPA 600/4–75–008 (revised), March 1976
141.25
Prescribed Procedures for Measurement of Radioactivity in Drinking Water, EPA 600/4–80–032, August 1980
141.25
Method 200.8: “Determination of Trace Elements in Waters and Wastes by Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry” Revision 5.4, as published in “Methods for the Determination of Metals in Environmental Samples—Supplement 1,” EPA–600/R–94–111, May 1994
141.25
Method 300.0: Methods for the Determination of Inorganic Substances in Environmental Samples, EPA/600/R-93/100, August 1993, available through NTIS, PB94-121811,
141.131
EPA Method 317.0: EPA 815-B-01-001, Determination of Inorganic Oxyhalide Disinfection By-products in Drinking Water Using Ion Chromatography with the Addition of a Postcolumn Reagent for Trace Bromate Analysis, Revision 2.0, July 2001
141.131
EPA Method 321.8: EPA 815-R-03-007, Determination of Bromate in Drinking Water by Ion Chromatography Inductively-Coupled Plasma—Mass Spectrometry, Revision 1.0, December 1997
141.131
EPA Method 326.0: Determination of Inorganic Oxyhalide Disinfection By-products in Drinking Water Using Ion Chromatography Incorporating the Addition of a Suppressor Acidified Postcolumn Reagent for Trace Bromate Analysis, Revision 1.0, June 2002
141.131
EPA Method 327.0: Determination of Chlorine Dioxide and Chlorite Ion in Drinking Water Using Lissamine Green B and Horseradish Peroxidase with Detection by Visible Spectrophotometry, Revision 1.1, May 2005
141.25, 141.74, 141.131
EPA Method 335.4: Determination of Total Cyanide by Semi-Automated Colorimetry, Revision 1.0, August 1993
141.23
EPA Method 415.3: Determination of Total Organic Carbon and Specific UV Absorbance at 254mm in Source Water and Drinking Water, Revision 1.1, February 2005,
141.131
EPA Method 526: Determination of Selected Semivolatile Organic Compounds in Drinking Water by Solid Phase Extraction and Capillary Column Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry (CC/MS), Revision 1.0, June 2000
141.40
Radiochemical Analytical Procedures for Analysis of Environmental Samples, March 1979
141.25
Radiochemistry Procedures Manual, EPA 520/5–84–006, December 1987
141.25
Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater, 13th, 17th, 18th, and 19th Editions, 1971, 1989, 1992, and 1995
141.25
Technical Notes on Drinking Water Methods, EPA–600/R–94–173, October 1994
141.40
Methods for the Determination of Inorganic Substances in Environmental Samples, EPA–600/R–93–100, August 1993
141.40
EPA Methods 502.2, 524.2, 551.1, 552.2: Methods for the Determination of Organic Compounds in Drinking Water —Supplement III, August 1995, EPA/600/R-95/131, available through NTIS, PB95-261616
141.131
EPA Method 515.3: Determination of Chlorinated Acids in Drinking Water by Liquid-Liquid Extraction, Derivatization and Gas Chromatography with Electron Capture Detection, Revision 1.0, July 1996
141.40
EPA Method 515.4: Determination of Chlorinated Acids in Drinking Water by Liquid-Liquid Microextraction, Derivatization and Fas Gas Chromatography with Electron Capture Detection, Revision 1.0, April 2000, EPA 815/B-00/001
141.24; 141.40
EPA Method 521: Determination of Nitrosamines in Drinking Water by Solid Phase Extraction and Capillary Column Gas Chromatography with Large Volume Injection and Chemical Ionization Tandem Mass Spectrometry (MS/MS), Version 1.0, September 2004
141.40
EPA Method 525.2: Determination of Organic Compounds in Drinking Water by Liquid-Solid Extraction and Capillary Column Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry, Version 2.0, 1995
141.40
EPA Method 527: Determination of Selected Pesticides and Flame Retardants in Drinking Water by Solid Phase Extraction and Capillary Column Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS), Revision 1.0, April 2005
141.40
EPA Method 528: Determination of Phenols in Drinking Water by Solid Phase Extraction and Capillary Column Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS), Revision 1.0, April 2000
141.40
EPA Method 529: Determination of Explosives and Related Compounds in Drinking Water by Solid Phase Extraction and Capillary Column Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS), Revision 1.0, September 2002
141.40
EPA Method 532: Determination of Phenylurea Compounds in Drinking Water by Solid Phase Extraction and High-Performance Liquid Chromatography with UV Detection, Revision 1.0, June 2000
141.40
EPA Method 535: Measurement of Chloroacetanilide and Other Acetamide Herbicide Degradates in Drinking Water by Solid Phase Extraction and Liquid Chromatography/Tandem Mass Spectrometry (IC/MS/MS), Version 1.1, April 2005
141.40
EPA Method 552.1: Methods for the Determination of Organic Compounds in Drinking Water —Supplement II, August 1991, EPA 600/R-92/129
141.131
EPA Method 552.3: Determination of Haloacetic Acids and Dalapon in Drinking Water by Liquid-Liquid Microextraction, Derivatization, and Gas Chromatography with Electron Capture Detection, Revision 1.0, July 2003
141.24; 141.131
EPA Method 1605: Aeromonas in Finished Water by Membrane Filtration Using Ampicillin-Dextrin Agar with Vancomycin (ADA-V); October 2001, EPA 821-R-01-034
141.40
EPA Method 531.2: Measurement of n-Methylcarbamoyloximes and n-Methylcarbamates in Water by Direct Aqueous Injection HPLC with Postcolumn Derivatization (EPA 815-B-01-002), Revision 1.0, September 2001
141.24
Method AG-625: Atazine in Drinking Water by Immunoassay, February 2001
141.24
EPA-821-B-01-009, Method Kelada-01: Kelada Automated Test Methods for Total Cyanide, Acid Dissociable Cyanide, and Thiocyanate, Revision 1.2, August 2001
141.23
Hach Method 10133: Determination of Turbidity by Laser Nephelometry, Revision 2.0, January 7, 2000
141.74
Chromocult Coliform Agar Presence/Absence Membrane Filter Test Method for Detection and Identification of Coliform Bacteria and Escherichla Coli in Finished Waters, Version 1.0, November 2000
141.21
Readycult Coliforms 100 Presence/Absence Test for Detection and Identification of Coliform Bacteria and Escherichla Coli in Finished Waters, Version 1.0, November 2000
141.21
IDEXX SimPlate HPC Test Method for Heterotrophs in Water, November 29, 2000
141.74
QuickChem Method 10-204-00-1-X: Digestion and Distillation of Total Cyanide in Drinking and Wastewaters Using MICRO DIST and Determination of Cyanide by Flow Injection Analysis, Revision 2.1, November 30, 2000
141.24
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, NERL 26 W. Martin Luther King Drive, Cincinnati Ohio 45268
Method 150.1 Electrometric (1978 and 1982)
141.40
Method 150.2 pH, Continuous Monitoring, Electrometric (December 1982)
141.40
EPA Safe Drinking Water Hotline
800-426-4791 (Hours are Monday through Friday, excluding Federal holidays, from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm Eastern Standard Time.)
Environmental Protection Agency
Environmental Monitoring & Support Laboratory (EMSL), 25 W. St. Clair St., Cincinnati, OH 45268
Interim Radiochemical Methodology for Drinking Water, EMSL, EPA–600/4–75–008
141.25(a)
Microbiological Methods for Monitoring the Environment, Water and Wastes, U.S. EPA, Environmental Monitoring and Support Laboratory (EPA–600/8–78–017), December 1978; Part III, Section B.2.1—2.6, pp. 108–112; Part III, Section B.4.1—4.6.4, pp. 114–118
141.21(f)
Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response, Waste Characterization Branch, Washington, DC 20460
The above standards are also available at the Office of Drinking Water, Criteria and Standards Division, Environmental Protection Agency, 401 M St., SW., Washington, DC 20460
NERL, 26 W. Martin Luther King Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45268
Method 150.1 Electrometric (1978 and 1982
141.40
Method 151.2pH, Continuous Monitoring, Electrometric (December 1982)
141.40
Method 549.2, Determination of Disquat and Paraquat in Drinking Water by Liquid-Solid Extraction and High Performance Liquid Chromatography with Ultraviolet Detection, Revision 1.0, EPA/815/B–99/002, June 1997
141.24
Method 515.3, Determination of Chlorinated Acids in Drinking Water by Liquid-Liquid Extraction, Derivatization and Gas Chromatography with Electron Capture Detection, Revision 1.0, EPA 815/B–99–001, July 1996
141.24
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Standards available from: National Technical Information Service, 5285 Port Royal Road, Springfield, VA 22161; Internet: ntis.gov; Telephone: 1-888-584-8332
Method 300.1 Determination of Inorganic Anions in Drinking Water by Ion Chromatography, Revision 1.0, 1997 (EPA/600/R–98/118)
141.31
Method 300.1: Determination of Inorganic Anions in Drinking Water by Ion Chromatography, 1997, including Errata dated April 27, 1999, Revision 1.0
141.23
Methods for the Determination of Organic Compounds in Drinking Water, Supp. II, August 1992 (EPA 600/R–92–129)
141.31
Methods for the Determination of Organic Compounds in Drinking Water, Supp. III, August 1995 (EPA 600/R–95–131)
141.31
Methods for Determination of Inorganic Substances in Environmental Samples, August 1993 (EPA 600/R–93–100)
141.31; 141.40; 141.74
Technical Notes on Drinking Water Methods, EPA–600/R–94–173, October 1994
141.40
Method 314.0, Determination of Perchlorate in Drinking Water Using Ion Chromatography, EPA 815–B–99–003, Revision 1.0, November 1999
141.40
Environmental Protection Agency, National Exposure Research Laboratory (NERL) 26 West Martin Luther King Drive Cincinnati, Ohio 45268
Determination of Ozone in Water by the Indigo Method; A Submitted Standard Method, H. Bader and J. Hoigne; Ozone Science and Engineering, Volume 4, pp. 169–176, 1982
141.74(a)
Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water, 1201 Constitution Avenue NW, Washington DC 20460
Method 1600, EPA-821-R-02-022: Enterococci in Water by Membrane Filtration using membrane-Enterococcus Indoxyl-B-D-Glucoside Agar (mEl), September 2002
141.402
Method 1601, EPA-821-R-01-030: Male-specific (F+) and Somatic Coliphage in Water by Two-step Enrichment Procedure, April 2001
141.402
Method 1602, EPA-821-R-01-029: Male-specific (F+) and Somatic Coliphage in Water by Single Agar Layer (SAL) Procedure, April 2001
141.402
Method 1604, EPA-821-R-02-024: Total Coliforms and Escherichia coli in Water by Membrane Filtration Using a Simultaneous Detection Technique (MI Medium), September 2002
141.402
Method 1622, Cryptosporidium in Water by Filtration/IMS/FA, EPA-821-R-99-001, January 1999 Edition
141.707
Method 1622, Cryptosporidium in Water by Filtration/IMS/FA, EPA-815-R-05-001, December 2005 Edition
141.704; 141.707
Method 1622, Cryptosporidium in Water by Filtration/IMS/FA, EPA-821-R-01-026, April 2001 Edition
141.707
Method 1623, Cryptosporidium and Giardia in Water by Filtration/IMS/FA, EPA-821-R-99-006, April 1999 Edition
141.707
Method 1623, Cryptosporidium and Giardia in Water by Filtration/IMS/FA, EPA-821-R-01-025, April 2001 Edition
141.707
Method 1623, Cryptosporidium and Giardia in Water by Filtration/IMS/FA, EPA-815-R-05-002, December 2005 Edition
141.704; 141.707
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
EPA National Center for Environmental Publications and Information (NCEPI), 11029 Kenwood Road, Cincinnati, OH 45242; Internet:
Method OIA-1677 (developed by Alpkem, Division of OI Anaytical)
141.23
U.S. Geological Survey, Department of the Interior
Books and Open-File Reports Section, Federal Center, Box 25425, Denver, CO 80225
Methods for Determination of Inorganic Substances in Water and Fluvial Sediments, 3rd edition, U.S. Department of Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, 1989, Procedures I–1030–85, I–1601–85, I–2601–85, I–2598–85, I–1700–85, and I–2700–85 located at pp. 55–56, 381–382, 383–385, 387–388, 415–416, and 417–419
141.89
U.S. Geological Survey, Department of the Interior
USGL Information Services, Box 25286, Federal Center, Denver, CO 80225–0425
Methods for Determination of Radioactive Substances in Water and Fluvial Sediments, Chapter A5 in Book 5 of Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations of the United States Geological Survey, 1977
141.25
Techniques of Water Resources Investigation of the U.S. Geological Survey, Book 5, Chapter A–I, 3rd edtion, Methods I–1030–85; I–1601–85; I–2598–85; I–1700–85; I–2700–85; I–3300–85
141.23
Waters Corporation
34 Maple Street, Milford, MA 01757; Telephone: 508-482-2131; Fax: 508-482-3625
Method D6508, Rev. 2
141.23
40 CFR (PART 143): NATIONAL SECONDARY DRINKING WATER REGULATIONS
American Public Health Association
1015 Fifteenth Street, NW, Washington DC 20005; Telephone: 1-877-574-1233; Internet: standardmethods.org
Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Waste Water, 18th Edition, 1992; 19th Edition, 1995; 20th Edition, 1998 - Selected Analytical Methods Approved and Cited by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (Note Bene: Versions of 3111 B, 3111 D and 3113 B in 20th Edition are not to be used.)
143.4
American Society for Testing and Materials
100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428–2959; Telephone: (610) 832–9585, FAX: (610) 832–9555; Internet: astm.org
Annual Book of ASTM Standards, Water and Environmental Technology, Section 11, Volumes 11.01 and 11.02, 1994, 1996, 1999, 2002, and 2006 - Selected Analytical Methods Approved and Cited by the United States Environmental Protection Agency
143.4
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Standards available from: National Technical Information Service, 5285 Port Royal Road, Springfield, VA 22161; Internet: ntis.gov; Telephone: 1-888-584-8332
Methods for Determination of Inorganic Substances in Environmental Samples, August 1993 (EPA 600/R–93–100)
143.4
Method 200.8: “Determination of Trace Elements in Waters and Wastes by Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry” Revision 5.4, as published in “Methods for the Determination of Metals in Environmental Samples—Supplement 1,” EPA–600/R–94–111, May 1994
143.4
Method 300.1: Determination of Inorganic Anions in Drinking Water by Ion Chromatography, 1997, including Errata dated April 27, 1999, Revision 1.0
143.4
U.S. Geological Survey, Department of the Interior
USGL Information Services, Box 25286, Federal Center, Denver, CO 80225–0425
Techniques of Water Resources Investigation of the U.S. Geological Survey, Book 5, Chapter A–I, 3rd edtion, Method I–3720–85
143.4
Waters Corporation
34 Maple Street, Milford, MA 01757; Telephone: 508-482-2131; Fax: 508-482-3625
Method D6508, Rev. 2; ATP Case No. N00-0002 and D00-0002: Test Method for Determination of Dissolved Inorganic Anions in Aqueous Matrices Using Capillary Ion Electrophoresis and Chromate Electrolyte, December 2000
143.4
State Statutes and Regulations (PART 147): STATE UNDERGROUND INJECTOR CONTROL PROGRAMS
Alabama: (1) Code of Alabama, section 9–17–1 through 9–17–109 (Cumm. Supp. 1989); (2) State Oil and Gas Board of Alabama Administrative Code, Oil and Gas Report 1 (supplemented through May 1989), Rules and Regulations Governing the Conservation of Oil and Gas in Alabama, and Oil and Gas Statutes of Alabama with Oil and Gas in Alabama, and Oil and Gas Statutes of Alabama with Oil and Gas Board Forms, 400–1–2, and 400–1–5–.04
147.50(a)
Alabama; (1) Alabama Water Pollution Control Act, Code of Alabama 1975, §§&thnsp;22–22–1 through 22–22–14 (1980 and Supp. 1983); (2) Regulations, Policies and Procedures of the Alabama Water Improvement Commission, Title I (Regulations) (Rev. December 1980), as amended May 17, 1982, to add Chapter 9, Underground Injection Control Regulations (effective June 10, 1982), as amended April 6, 1983 (effective May 11, 1983)
147.51(a)
Alabama: (1) Rule 400–4–1–.02, Definitions; Rule 400–4–5–.04, Protection of Underground Sources of Drinking Water during the Hydraulic Fracturing of Coal Beds
147.52(a)
Alaska: (1) Alaska Statutes, Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Act, Title 31, Sections 31.05.005 through 31.30.010 (1979 and Cumm. Supp. 1984); (2) Alaska Statutes, Administrative Procedures Act, Title 44, Sections 44.62.010 through 44.62.650 (1984); (3) Alaska Administrative Code, Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, 20 AAC 25.005 through 20 AAC 25.570 (Supp. 1986)
147.100(a)
Indiana: (1) Indiana Code, title 4, article 21.5, chapters 1 through 6 (1988); (2) West's Annotated Indiana Code, title 13, article 8, chapters 1 through 15 (1990 and Cumm. Supp. 1990); (3) Indiana Administrative Code, title 310, article 7, rules 1 through 3 (Cumm. Supp. 1991)
147.750
Arkansas: (1) Arkansas Water and Air Pollution Control Act, Act 472 of 1949 as amended, Arkansas Statutes Annotated §§&thnsp;82–1901 through 82–1943 (1976); (2) Act 105 of 1939, Arkansas Statutes Annotated §§&thnsp;53–101 through 53–130 (1971 and Supp. 1981); Act 937 of 1979, Arkansas Statutes Annotated §§&thnsp;53–1301 through 53–1320 (Supp. 1981); Act 523 of 1981; (3) Arkansas Underground Injection Control Code, Department of Pollution Control and Ecology, promulgated January 22, 1982; (4) General Rule and Regulations, Arkansas Oil and Gas Commission (Order No. 2–39, revised July 1972); (5) Arkansas Hazardous Waste Management Code, Department of Pollution Control and Ecology, promulgated August 21, 1981
147.200(a)
California: (1) California Public Resources Code, California Laws for Conservation of Petroleum and Gas, Div. 3, Chapt. 1, sections 3000–3359 (1989); (2) California Administrative Code, Title 14, section 1710 through 1724.10 (May 28, 1988)
147.250(a)
Colorado: (1) Colorado Revised Statutes, 1989 replacement volume, Section 34–60–101 through 34–60–123; (2) Colorado Revised Statutes, 1989 replacement volume, Section 25–8–101 through 25–8–612; (3) Rules and Regulations, Rules of Practice and Procedure, and Oil and Gas Conservation Act (as amended), Department of Natural Resources, Oil and Gas Conservation Commission of the State of Colorado (revised July 1989); (4) Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Revised Rules and Regulations in the 300, 400, 500, and 600 series, effective March 20, 1989
147.300(a)
Connecticut: (1) Connecticut General Statutes Annotated, Title 22a (Environmental Protection), Chapter 439, Sections 22a–1 through 22a–27 (1985 and Cumm. Supp. 1990); (2) Connecticut General Statutes Annotated, Title 22a (Environmental Protection), Chapter 446K (1985 and Cumm. Supp. 1990)
147.350(a)
Delaware: (1) Delaware Environmental Protection Act (Environmental Control), 7 Delaware Code Annotated, Chapter 60, Sections 6001 through 6060 (Revised 1974 and Cumm. Supp. 1988); (2) State of Delaware Regulations Governing Underground Injection Control, Parts 122, 124, and 146 (Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control), effective August 15, 1983
147.400(a)
Florida: (1) Florida Air and Water Pollution Control Act, Florida Statutes Annotated §§&thnsp;403.011–403.90 (1973 and Supp. 1983); (2) Florida Administrative Code, Chapter 17–28, Underground Injection Control (April 27, 1989)
147.500(a)
Georgia: (1) Oil and Gas Deep Drilling Act of 1975, Official Code of Georgia Annotated (O.C.G.A.), sections 12–4–40 through 12–4–53 (1988); (2) Ground Water Use Act of 1972, O.C.G.A., sections 15–2–90 through 12–5–107 (1988); (3) Water Well Standards Act of 1985, O.C.G.A., sections 12–5–120 through 12–5–138 (1988); (4) Georgia Administrative Procedure Act, O.C.G.A., sections 50–13–1 through 50–13–22 (Reprinted from the O.C.G.A and 1988 Cumm. Supp.); (5) Georgia Water Quality Control Act, O.C.G.A., sections 12–5–20 through 12–5–53 (1988); (6) Georgia Hazardous Waste Management Act, O.C.G.A., sections 12–8–60 through 12–8–83 (1988); (7) Georgia Safe Drinking Water Act of 1977, O.C.G.A., sections 12–5–170 through 12–5–193 (1988); (8) Rules of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Environmental Protection Division, Water Quality Control, GA. COMP. R. & REGS., Chapter 391–3–6–.13 (Revised July 28, 1988)
147.550(a)
Idaho: (1) Public Writings, Title 9, Chapter 3, Idaho Code, §§&thnsp;9–301 through 9–302 (Bobbs-Merrill 1979); (2) Crimes and Punishments, Title 18, Chapter 1, Idaho Code, §§&thnsp;18–113 through 18–114 (Bobbs-Merrill 1979 and Supp. 1984); (3) Department of Health and Welfare, Title 39, Chapter 1, Idaho Code, Chapter 39–108 (Bobbs-Merrill 1977); (4) Drainage-Water Rights and Reclamation, Title 42, Chapter 2, Idaho Code, §&thnsp;42–237(e); §&thnsp;42–238 (Bobbs-Merrill 1977 and Supp. 1984); Department of Water Resources-Water Resources Board, Title 42, Chapter 17, Idaho Code, §§&thnsp;42–1701, 42–1703, 42–1735 (Bobbs-Merrill 1977), §&thnsp;42–1701A (Supp. 1984); (6) Director of Department of Water Resources, Title 42, Chapter 18, Idaho Code, §§&thnsp;42–1801 through 42–1805 (Bobbs-Merrill 1977); (7) Waste Disposal and Injection Wells, Title 42, Chapter 39, Idaho Code, §§&thnsp;42–3901 through 42–3914 (Bobbs-Merrill 1977), §§&thnsp;42–3915 through 42–3919 (Supp. 1984); (8) Idaho Trade Secrets Act, Title 48, Chapter 8, Idaho Code, §§&thnsp;48–801 through 48–807 (Bobbs-Merrill 1977 and Supp. 1984); (9) Administrative Procedure, Title 67, Chapter 52, Idaho Code, §§&thnsp;67–5201 through 67–5218 (Bobbs-Merrill 1980 and Supp. 1984); (10) Idaho Radiation Control regulations (IRCR) §&thnsp;1–9002.70; §§&thnsp;1–9100 through 1–9110, Department of Health and Welfare (May 1981); (11) Rules and Regulations: Construction and Use of Injection Wells, Idaho Department of Water Resources, Rules 1 through 14 (August 1984); (12) Rules and Regulations: Practice and Procedures, Idaho Department of Water Resources, Rules 1 through 14 (October 1983)
147.650(a)
Illinois: (1) Illinois Environmental Protection Act, Illinois ch. 111\1/2\, §§&thnsp;1001–1051 (Smith-Hurd 1977 Revised Statutes and Supp. 1983), as amended by Public Act No. 83–431, 1983 Illinois Legislative Service, pages 2910–2916 (West); (2) Illinois Pollution Control Board Rules and Regulations at Title 35, Illinois Administrative Code, Chapter I, Part 700, Outline of Waste Disposal Regulations; Part 702, RCRA and UIC Permit Programs; Part 704, UIC Permit Program; Part 705, Procedures for Permit Issuance and Part 730, Underground Injection Control Operating Requirements as amended by IPCB Order No. R–83039 on December 15, 1983
147.700(a)
Illinois: (1) Conservation of Oil and Gas, etc., Illinois Revised Statutes ch. 96\1/2\, §§&thnsp;5401–5457 (Smith-Hurd 1979 and Supp. 1983), as amended by Public Act No. 83–1074 1983 Illinois Legislative Service pages 7183–7185 (West); (2) Illinois Environmental Protection Act, Illinois Revised Statutes ch. 111\1/2\, §§&thnsp;1001–1051 (Smith-Hurd 1977 and Supp. 1983), as amended by Public Act No. 83–431, 1983 Illinois Legislative Services pages 2910–2916 (West); (3) Illinois Revised Statutes ch. 100\1/2\, §§&thnsp;26 (Smith-Hurd Supp. 1983); (4) Illinois Department of Mines and Minerals Regulations for the Oil and Gas Division, Rules I, II, IIA, III, V, VII, and IX (1981)
147.701(a)
Indiana: (1) Indiana Code, title 4, article 21.5, chapters 1 through 6 (1988); (2) West's Annotated Indiana Code, title 13, article 8, chapters 1 through 15 (1990 and Cumm. Supp. 1990); (3) Indiana Administrative Code, title 310, article 7, rules 1 through 3 (Cumm. Supp. 1991)
147.750
Kansas: (1) Kansas Administrative Regulations, Chapter 28, Article 46, Underground Injection Control Regulations, Kansas Administrative Regulations, sections 28–46–1 through 28–46–42 (1986 and Supp. 1987); (2) Kansas Administrative Regulations, Chapter 28, Article 43, Construction, Operation, Monitoring and Abandonment of Salt Solution Mining Wells, sections 28–43–1 through 28–43–10 (1986); (3) Kansas Statutes Annotated, sections 65–161, 65–164 through 65–166a, 65–171d (1980 and Cumm. Supp. 1989)
147.850(a)
Louisiana: (1) Louisiana Revised Statutes Annotated §§&thnsp;30:1–30:24 (1975 and Supp. 1982); (2) Underground Injection Control Program Regulations for Class I, III, IV, and V Wells, Statewide Order No. 29–N–1 (February 20, 1982), as amended June 1, 1985, and January 1986; (3)(i) Statewide Order Governing the Drilling for and Producing of Oil and Gas in the State of Louisiana, Statewide Order No. 29–B (August 26, 1974) (Composite Order Incorporating Amendments through March 1, 1974); (ii) Amendments to Statewide Order No. 29–B (Off-site Disposal of Drilling Mud and Salt Water Generated from Drilling and Production of Oil and Gas Wells) (effective July 20, 1980); (iii) Amendment to Statewide Order No. 29–B (Amendment concerning the use of Tables 5A and 6A, etc.) (December 15, 1980, effective January 1, 1981); (iv) Amendment to Statewide Order No. 29–B (amendment concerning the underground injection control of saltwater disposal wells, enhanced recovery injection wells, and liquid hydrocarbon storage wells), (effective February 20, 1982); (v) Amendment to Statewide Order No. 29–B (amendment concerning the offsite disposal of drilling mud and saltwater) (effective May 20, 1983; (vi) Amendment to Statewide Order No. 29–B (amendment concerning disposal of nonhazardous oilfields waste) (March 20, 1984, effective May 20, 1984); (vii) Amendment to Statewide Order No. 29–B (amendment concerning the adminstrative approval of injectivity tests and pilot projects in order to determine the feasibility of proposed enhanced recovery projects) (June 20, 1985, effective July 1, 1985)
147.950(a)
Maine: (1) Maine Revised Statutes Annotated title 38, §§&thnsp;361–A, 363–B, 413, 414, 414–A, 420, and 1317–A (1978); (2) Rules to Control the Subsurface Discharge of Pollutants by Well Injection, Rules of the Department of Environmental Protection, Chapter 543 (adopted June 22, 1983, effective July 4, 1983)
147.100
Maryland: (1) Code of Maryland Regulations, Title 26, Subtitle 08, Chapter 07, promulgated and effective as of March 1, 1989; (2) Code of Maryland Regulations, Title 26, Subtitle 08, Chapter 01, promulgated and effective as of March 1, 1989; (3) Code of Maryland Regulations, Title 26, Subtitle 08, Chapter 02, promulgated and effective as of March 1, 1989; (4) Code of Maryland Regulations, Title 26, Subtitle 08, Chapter 03, promulgated and effective as of March 1, 1989; (5) Code of Maryland Regulations, Title 26, Subtitle 08, Chapter 04, promulgated and effective as of March 1, 1989; (6) Code of Maryland Regulations, Title 26, Subtitle 13, Chapter 05, section .19, promulgated and effective as of August 1, 1989; (7) Code of Maryland Regulations, Title 26, Subtitle 01, Chapter 02, promulgated and effective as of March 1, 1989; (8) Code of Maryland Regulations, Title 26, Subtitle 01, Chapter 04, promulgated and effective as of March 1, 1989
147.1050(a)
Massachusetts: (1) Massachusetts General Laws Annotated ch. 21, §§&thnsp;27, 43, and 44 (West 1981); (2) Code of Massachusetts Regulations, title 310, §§&thnsp;23.01–23.11 as amended April 26, 1982
147.1100(a)
Mississippi: (1) Mississippi Air and Water Pollution Control Law, Mississippi Code Annotated §§&thnsp;49–17–1 through 49–17–29 (1972) and Supp. 1983); (2) Mississippi Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Pollution Control, Underground Injection Control Program Regulations (adopted February 11, 1982); (3) Mississippi Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Pollution Control, State of Mississippi Wastewater Permit Regulations for National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES), Underground Injection Control (UIC), and State Operating Permits (adopted May 1, 1974; amended February 11, 1982)
147.1250(a)
Mississippi: (1) (i) Mississippi Code Annotated (MCA), Section 5–9–9 (Supp. 1988); (ii) MCA, Sections 53–1–1 through 53–1–47, inclusive and Sections 53–1–71 through 53–1–77, inclusive (1972 and Supp. 1988); (iii) MCA, Sections 53–3–1 through 53–3–165, inclusive (1972 and Supp. 1988); (2) State Oil and Gas Board Statewide Rules and Regulations, Rules 1 through 65, inclusive (Aug. 1, 1987, as amended, Sept. 17, 1987)
147.1251(a)
Missouri: (1) Revised Statutes of the State of Missouri, Volume 2, sections 204.016, 204.026, 204.051, 204.056 and Volume V, section 577.155 (1978 and Cumm. Supp. 1984); (2) Missouri Code of State Regulations, Title 10, division 50, chapters 1 and 2 (June 1984); (3) Vernon's Annotated Missouri Statutes, chapter 204, sections 204.006 through 204.470 (1983 and Cumm. Supp. 1990)
147.1300(a)
Montana: (1) Montana Statutory Requirements Applicable to the Underground Injection Control Program, August 1996; (2) Montana Regulatory Requirements Applicable to the Underground Injection Control Program, August 1996
147.1350(a)
Nebraska: (1) Rules and Regulations of the Nebraska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, Rules 1–6 (as published by the Commission, May 1981); (2) Revised Statutes of Nebraska, sections 57–903 and 57–906 (Reissue 1988)
147.1400(a)
Nebraska: (1) Revised Statutes of Nebraska, Nebraska Environmental Protection Act, sections 81–1502, 81–1506, 81–1519, and 81–1520 (Reissue 1987); (2) Nebraska Department of Environmental Control, Title 122—Rules and Regulations for Underground Injection and Mineral Production Wells, Effective Date: February 16, 1982, Amended Dates: November 12, 1983, March 22, 1984; as amended by amendment approved by the Governor on January 2, 1989
147.1401(a)
Nevada: (1) (i) Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS) VOlume 25, Chapter 445.131 through 445.354, inclusive. 1987; (ii) NRS Volume 29, Chapter 534A.010 through 534A.090, inclusive. 1987; (iii) NRS Volume 28, Chapter 522.010 through 522.190, inclusive. 1987; (2) (i) Nevada Administrative Code (NAC) Underground Injection Control Regulations, Sections 1 through 96.1, inclusive. July 22, 1987, revised September 3, 1987 (amending NAC Chapter 445); (ii) NAC Regulations and Rules of Practice and Procedure adopted pursuant to NRS 534A, Sections 1 through 69, inclusive. November 12, 1985 (amending NAC Chapter 534A); (iii) NAC Regulations and Rules of Practice and Procedure adopted pursuant to NRS 522.010 through 522.625, inclusive. July 22, 1987 (amending NAC Chapter 522)
147.1450(a)
New Hampshire: (1) New Hampshire Revised Statutes Annotated §&thnsp;149:8 III(a) (1978); (2) New Hampshire Code of Administrative Rules, Part Wc 410 (Protection of Groundwaters of the State, §§&thnsp;Ws 410.1 through Ws 410.16) (Issue Ws 3–82)
147.1500(a)
New Jersey: (1) New Jersey Statutes Annotated, Water Pollution Control Act, sections 58:10A–1 through 58:10A–20 (West 1982 and Supp. 1990); (2) New Jersey Administrative Code sections 7:14A–1.1 through 1.9 (subchapter 1), 7:14A–2.1 through 2.15 (subchapter 2), 7:14A–5.1 through 5.17 (subchapter 5) (amended March 1988)
147.1550(a)
New Mexico: (1) Oil and Gas Act, New Mexico Statutes Annotated §§&thnsp;70–2–1 through &chyph;–36 (1978); (2) State of New Mexico Energy and Mineral Department, Oil Conservation Division—Rules and Regulations (dated 10–1–78), §§&thnsp;B–3, I–701 through I–708, M–1100 through M–1121
147.1600(a)
New Mexico: (1) New Mexico Water Quality Control Commission Regulations (WQCC 82–1) §§&thnsp;1–100 through 5–300 (September 20, 1982)
147.1601(a)
North Carolina: (1) Administrative Procedure Act, N.C. GEN. STAT. sections 150B–1 through 150B–64 (1987 and Cumm. Supp. 1989); (2) North Carolina Well Construction Act, N.C. GEN. STAT. sections 87–83 through 87–99 (1989 and Cumm. Supp. 1989); (3) Water and Air Resources, N.C. GEN. STAT. sections 143–211 through 143–215.10 (1987 and Cumm. Supp. 1989); (4) Solid Waste Management, N.C. GEN. STAT. sections 130A–290 through 130A–309.03 (1989); (5) North Carolina Drinking Water Act, N.C. GEN. STAT. sections 130A–311 through 130A–332 (1989); (6) Sanitary Sewage Systems, N.C. GEN. STAT. sections 130A–333 through 130A–335 (1989)
147.1700(a)
North Dakota: (1) North Dakota Century Code, Chapter 38–08 (Control of Gas and Oil Resources, 1987 and Supp. 1989); (2) North Dakota Administrative Code, Chapter 43–02–05 (Underground Injection Control, as published in Statutes and Rules for the Conservation of Oil and Gas, North Dakota Industrial Commission, revised effective November 1, 1987); (3) North Dakota Administrative Code, Chapter 43–02–03 (General Rules, as published in Statutes and Rules for the Conservation of Oil and Gas, North Dakota Industrial Commission, revised effective November 1, 1987).
147.1750(a)
North Dakota: (1) North Dakota Century Code sections 38–12–01, 39–12–03 (1980); sections 61–28–02, 61–28–06 (Supp. 1980); (2) North Dakota Century Code, sections 61–28–02 and 61–28–06 (1989); (3) sections 43–02–02–01, 43–02–02–12, 43–02–02–16 through 43–02–02–26, 43–02–02–29, 43–02–02–31, 43–02–02–35 (1978); (4) North Dakota Administrative Code, Chapter 43–02–02 (Subsurface Mineral Mineral Exploration and Development) (August 1986), and Chapter 43–02–02.1 (Underground Injection Control Program) (March 1, 1984)
147.1751(a)
Ohio: (1) Ohio Revised Code Annotated, §§&thnsp;1509.01, 1509.03, 1509.221 (Supp. 1983); (2) Rules of the Division of Oil and Gas, Ohio Administrative Code, §§&thnsp;1501:9–7–01 through 7–14 (1984); (3) Ohio Revised Code Annotated, §§&thnsp;6111.04, 6111.043, 6111.044 (Supp. 1983); (4) Rules of the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, Ohio Administrative Code §§&thnsp;3745–34–01, through 34–41; 3745–9–01 through 9–11 (Director Ohio EPA Order, June 18, 1984)
147.1801(a)
Oklahoma: (1) Oklahoma Statutes title 63 §§&thnsp;1–901, 1–903 (1981); (2) Oklahoma Controlled Industrial Waste Disposal Act, Oklahoma Statute Annotated title 63 §§&thnsp;1–2002, 1–2014 (West Supp. 1983–1984)
147.1850(a)
Oregon: (1) Oregon Revised Statutes, Title 16, Ch. 164, sections 164.785; Title 36, Ch. 468, sections 468.005, 468.065 to 468.070, 468.700 to 468.815; (2) Oregon Administrative Rules, Chapter 340, Division 44, sections 340–44–005 through 340–44–055 (October 1983); Chapter 340, Division 45, sections 340–45–005 through 340–45–075 (January 1990); Chapter 632, Division 10, sections 632–10–002 through 632–10–235 (May 1986); Chapter 632, Division 20, sections 632–20–005 through 632–20–180 (May 1984)
147.1900(a)
Rhode Island: (1) Rhode Island Gen. Laws §§&thnsp;46–12–1, 46–12–5, and 46–12–28 (Supp. 1983); (2) “Underground Injection Control Program Rules and Regulations.” State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations Department of Environmental Management. Division of Water Resources (as received by the Secretary of State, May 21, 1984)
147.2000(a)
South Carolina:(1) Pollution Control Act, S.C. Code Ann §§&thnsp;48–1–10, 48–1–90, 48–1–100, 48–1–110 (Law. Co-op. 1976 and Supp. 1983); (2) South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, Ground-Water Protection Division, Underground Injection Control Regulations, R–61–87, Effective Date: June 24, 1983
147.2050(a)
South Dakota: (1) South Dakota Codified Laws, §§&thnsp;45–9–2, 45–9–4, 45–9–11, 45–9–13, 45–9–14, 5–9–15 (1983). (2) Administrative Rules of South Dakota, sections 74:10:02 through 74:10:07, 74:10:09, and 74:10:11 published by the South Dakota Code Commission, as revised through October 4, 1987
147.2100(a)
Texas: “Texas Statutory and Regulatory Requirements Applicable to the Underground Injection Control Program for Class I, III, IV and V, except Class III, Brine Mining Wells,”
147.2200
Texas: “Texas Statutory and Regulatory Requirements Applicable to the Underground Injection Control Program for Class III Brine Mining Wells,”
147.2200
Utah: (1) Utah Code Annotated, Utah Water Pollution Control Act, Title 26, Chapter 11, Sections 2, 8, and 10 (1989); (2) Utah Administrative Code, Underground Injection Control Regulations, section R448–7 (effective as of January 2, 1990); (3) Underground Injection Control Program (adopted January 20, 1990 and revised effective July 20, 1990) (officially submitted to EPA by the Executive Secretary of Utah Water Pollution Control Committee on August 16, 1990)
147.2250(a)
Utah: (1) Utah Code Annotated, 1953, section 40–6–1 through 40–6–18, as amended 1988 and Cumm. Supp. 1990; (2) The Oil and Gas Conservation General Rules, adopted under the authority of the Oil and Gas Conservation Act, 40–6–1 et seq, Utah Code Annotated, as amended 1988 (revised March 1989), rules R615–1 through R615–4, and R615–8 through R615–10
147.2251(a)
Vermont: (1) Vt. Stat. Ann. tit. 10, sections 1251, 1259, 1263 (1973 and Supp. 1981), Effective date: July 1, 1982; (2) Vermont Department of Water Resources and Environmental Engineering, Chapter 13 Water Pollution Control Regulations, Subchapter 13.UIC—Underground Injection Control, Discharges to Injection Wells, Effective Date: June 21, 1984
147.2300(a)
Washington: (1) Revised Code of Washington §§&thnsp;90.48.020, –.080, –.160, and –.162 (Bureau of National Affairs, 1983 Laws); (2) Washington Administrative Code §§&thnsp;173–218–010 to 173–218–110 (Bureau of National Affairs 2/29/84); (3) Washington Administrative Code §§&thnsp;344–12–001 to 344–12–262 (Bureau of National Affairs, 1983); (4) Washington Administrative Code, Chapter 173–160 (reprinted May 1988)
147.2400(a)
Wisconsin: (1) Wisconsin Statutes Annotated, sections 147.015, 147.02 and 147.04 (West 1974 and Supp. 1983); (2) Wisconsin Administrative Code, Chapter NR 112, Well Construction and Pump Installation, sections NR 112.03 and 112.20 (October 1981), as amended by Natural Resources Board Order No. WQ–25–82, approved by the Natural Resources Board on August 25, 1982; (3) Wisconsin Administrative Code, Chapter NR 113, Servicing Septic Tanks, Seepage Pits, Grease Traps or Privies, sections NR 113.07 through 113.08 (1979), as amended by Natural Resources Board Order No. WQ–25–82, approved by the Natural Resources Board on August 25, 1982; (4) Wisconsin Administrative Code, Chapter NR 181, Hazardous Waste Management, sections NR 181.04 through 181.415 (1981), as amended June 1985; (5) Wisconsin Administrative Code, Chapter NR 210, Sewage Treatment Works, Natural Resources Board Order No. WQ–25–82, section NR 210.05, approved by the Natural Resources Board on August 25, 1982; (6) Wisconsin Administrative Code, Chapter NR 214, Land Application and Disposal of Liquid Industrial Wastes and By-products, sections NR 214.03 and 214.08 (1983)
147.2500(a)
Wyoming: (1) Wyoming Environmental Quality Act, Wyoming Statutes, sections 35–11–101 through 35–11–115, and 35–11–301 through 35–11–305 (1977 Republished Edition and 1989 Cumm. Supp.); (2) Water Quality Rules and Regulations, Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality, Chapter III: Regulations for Permit to Construct, Install or Modify Public Facilities Capable or, (sic) Causing or Contributing to Pollution (certified copy, signed December 21, 1983); (3) Water Quality Rules and Regulations, Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality, Chapter VIII: Quality Standards for Groundwaters of Wyoming (certified copy, signed April 9, 1980); (4) Water Quality Rules and Regulations, Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality, Chapter IX: Wyoming Groundwater Pollution Control Permit (certified copy, signed April 9, 1980); (5) Water Quality Rules and Regulations, Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality, Chapter XIII: Prohibitions of Permits for New Hazardous Waste Injection Wells (certified copy, signed August 25, 1989); (6) Land Quality Rules and Regulations, Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality, Chapter XXI: In Situ Mining (effective March 26, 1981)
147.2550(a)
Wyoming: (1) Rules and Regulations of the Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, including Rules of Practice and Procedure, as published by the Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, August 7, 1990; (2) Wyoming Statutes, Title 30, Chapter 5, sections 30–5–101 through 30–5–126, (June 1983 and Wyoming Statutes Annotated, 1990 Supp)
147.2551(a)
Guam: (1) Water Resources Conservation Act, Government Code of Guam §§&thnsp;57021–57025, Pub. L. 9–31 (March 9, 1967), as amended by Pub. L. 9–76 (July 29, 1967), as amended by Pub. L. 12–191 (December 30, 1974); (2) Water Pollution Control Act, Government Code of Guam §§&thnsp;57042 and 57045, Pub. L. 9–76 (July 29, 1967), as amended by Pub. L. 9–212 (August 5, 1968), as amended by Pub. L. 10–31 (March 10, 1969), as amended by Pub. L. 12–191 (December 30, 1974); (3) Guam Environmental Protection Agency, Underground Injection Control Regulations, Chapters 1–9, as revised by amendments adopted September 24, 1982; (4) Guam Environmental Protection Agency, Water Quality Standards, Section I–IV (approved September 25, 1981, effective November 16, 1981)
147.2600(a)
Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands: (1) CNMI Environmental Protection Act, 2 CMC sections 3101, et seq. (1984); (2) CNMI Coastal Resources Management Act, 2 CMC sections 1501, et seq. (1984); (3) CNMI Drinking Water Regulations, Commonwealth Register, Volume 4, Number 4 (August 15, 1982); (4) CNMI Underground Injection Control Regulations, Commonwealth Register, Volume 8, Number 5 (May 15, 1984, amended November 15, 1984, January 15, 1985); (5) CNMI Coastal Resources Management Regulations, Commonwealth Register, Volume 6, Number 12, December 17, 1984
147.2800(a)
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico: (1) Underground Injection Control Regulations of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Parts I through V and appendices A and B, adopted September 14, 1983 (Amended July 20, 1988); (2) Puerto Rico Public Policy Environmental Act (PRPPE), Title 12 Laws of Puerto Rico Annotated (LPRA) Chapters 121 and 131, 1977 edition, as amended 1988 edition, and Chapter 122, 1988 edition
147.2650
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