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26.03.01.00.htm 26.03.01.00. Title 26 DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT Subtitle 03 WATER SUPPLY, SEWERAGE, SOLID WASTE, AND POLLUTION CONTROL PLANNING AND FUNDING Chapter 01 Planning Water Supply and Sewerage Systems Authority: Environment Article, §9-218, 9-505, 9-506, and 9-510, Annotated Code of MarylandPreface. It is the intent of these regulations to require the governing body of each county and Baltimore City to develop water supply and sewerage systems so as to be consistent with county comprehensive plan
26.03.01.01.htm 26.03.01.01. 01 Definitions.. A. "Approving authority" means one or more officials, agents, or agencies of local government designated by the local governing body or specified by other provisions of Environment Article, Title 9, Subtitle 5, to take certain actions as a part of implementing these regulations.B. "Community sewerage system" means any system, whether publicly or privately owned, serving two or more individual lots, for the collection and disposal of sewerage or indus
26.03.01.02.htm 26.03.01.02. 02 General Provisions.. A. Objective of County Plan. The objective of the county plan is to develop the water supply and sewerage systems in a way consistent with county comprehensive planning. The plan shall be used as a tool to implement the county development policy so that:1) An ample supply of water may be collected, treated, and delivered to points of use;. 2) Waste water may be collected and delivered to points best suited for waste treatment and disposal or for re-use;
26.03.01.03.htm 26.03.01.03. 03 Submission of County Plans.. A. The governing body of each county and Baltimore City shall develop and submit annual amendments or revisions to the county water and sewerage plan as required by Environment Article, §9-511―9-513, Annotated Code of Maryland. The steps listed below shall be followed in sequence:1) Submit the plan in preliminary form, with all attachments, to the appropriate multi-county or regional comprehensive planning agency, the Departmen
26.03.01.04.htm 26.03.01.04. 04 Requirements Applicable to Adopted County Plans.. A. All county plans, amendments, or revisions shall be prepared in conformance with this regulation. Each adopted plan shall be arranged with an introduction and a minimum of four chapters as outlined below.B. Introduction:. 1) A statement certifying that the plan has been officially adopted by the county governing body;. 2) A statement certifying that the plan has been submitted to the Department and it meets the requir
26.03.01.05.htm 26.03.01.05. 05 Individual Water Supply and Individual Sewerage Systems.. The installation of individual water supply or individual sewerage systems shall be subject to the following requirements:A. An individual water supply or individual sewerage system may not be permitted to be installed where an adequate community water or sewerage facility is available. If an existing community water or sewerage facility is inadequate or is not available, an interim individual water and sewerage system
26.03.01.06.htm 26.03.01.06. 06 Flow Data.. For each service area, flow data for all community and multi-use sewerage facilities will be presented according to either Table No. 15 for wastewater treatment plants or Table No. 15A for all principal collector sewers, interceptors, pumping stations, and associated force mains. Information presented previously in either Table No. 9 or Table No. 10 can be omitted from Table No. 15. In Table No. 15A, present data according to the flow pattern of
26.03.01.07.htm 26.03.01.07. 07 Compliance with Maryland Water Conservation Plumbing Fixtures Act (MWCPFA). A. Each county water and sewerage plan shall contain documentation that compliance with the MWCPFA, as codified in Article 56, §445, Annotated Code of Maryland, is being achieved.B. The documentation in §A of this regulation shall include:. 1) Designation of the county agency responsible for the enforcement of MWCPFA;. 2) A summary of county programs to assure implementation of and compliance
26.03.01.08.htm 26.03.01.08. 08 Financial Management of Public Sewerage Systems Required.. A. Each county water and sewerage plan (county plan" may be approved only upon inclusion of a financial management plan which includes all publicly-owned community sewerage systems in the county.B. Each financial management plan shall contain a:. 1) Countywide organizational narrative which includes a brief countywide description of the financial roles and relationships of all public entities involved with providing se
26.03.01.9999.htm 26.03.01.9999. Administrative History Effective date: July 1, 1975 (2:3 Md. R. 154). Regulations .02A, .03A, .04E, F, .05, .06 amended effective § 24, 1975 (2:29 Md. R. 1735). Regulation .07 adopted effective January 26, 1987 (14:2 Md. R. 129) ―. Chapter recodified from COMAR 10.17.01 to COMAR 26.03.01. Regulation .01 amended effective July 25, 1988 (15:15 Md. R. 1813). Regulation .08 adopted effective July 25, 1988 (15:15 Md. R. 1813).
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