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26.03.02.00.htm 26.03.02.00. Title 26 DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT Subtitle 03 WATER SUPPLY, SEWERAGE, SOLID WASTE, AND POLLUTION CONTROL PLANNING AND FUNDING Chapter 02 Submissions of Plans for Approval and Record of Systems of Water Supply, Sewerage, and Storm Water Authority: Environment Article, §9-506 and 9-510, Annotated Code of Maryland
26.03.02.01.htm 26.03.02.01. 01 Definitions.. A. "Approving authority" means the Secretary of the Environment or his designee.. B. "Department" means the Department of the Environment or its designees.. C. "Financial management plan" means, for:. 1) Publicly owned community sewerage systems, a portion of the county water and sewerage plan, as described in COMAR 26.03.01.08B, which demonstrates to the Department's satisfaction that adequate fiscal resources will be available to support the sat
26.03.02.02.htm 26.03.02.02. 02 General Requirements.. A. Applications for Approval. The application for approval of plans shall be made by the proper municipal or county authorities, corporation, or person for whom the work is to be done, or their properly authorized engineers or agents. It shall consist of a letter briefly describing the project for which approval is requested. When applicable, evidence of approval by the Public Service Commission or by the Maryland Geological Survey shall be a req
26.03.02.03.htm 26.03.02.03. 03 Water Supply Systems.. A. General Plan ― Sources of Supply.. 1) The general plan shall show the location of the source or sources of supply, the location of all reservoirs, wells, springs, purification plants, pumping stations, standpipes, elevated tanks, main delivery pipes to the distribution system, and any special structures or appurtenances. These various parts shall be designated either by proper descriptions opposite them or by suitable symbols in th
26.03.02.04.htm 26.03.02.04. 04 Sewerage Systems.. A. Plans. Plans shall be drawn up substantially as indicated for general plans under Regulation .02 of this chapter. Those portions of the work intended for immediate construction shall be shown by heavy, solid lines, while contemplated future extensions should be designated by dotted, dark or light, lines. The plans shall show the complete drainage area for which it is intended ultimately to provide sewers. All existing utilities shall be shown
26.03.02.05.htm 26.03.02.05. 05 Storm Drains.. A. Plans, profiles, and details for storm drains may be prepared on separate drawings or on the same drawings used for sanitary sewers.B. All calculations leading to the locations of inlets and the sizes and slopes of storm drains shall be submitted with the plans or previous to the plans. This is to include:1) The intensity of rainfall to be considered;. 2) Its frequency of occurrence;. 3) The coefficients of runoff;. 4) The inlet time;.
26.03.02.06.htm 26.03.02.06. 06 Purification of Water and the Treatment of Sewerage.. The Secretary of the Environment has no hard and fast rules relating to the purification of water supplies, nor has he deemed it wise to establish written standards of purity for streams or other bodies of water into which sewage shall discharge. Conditions are very different in various sections of the State, and also even in neighboring districts. Each water supply and each sewerage system presents a separate problem whi
26.03.02.9999.htm 26.03.02.9999. Administrative History Effective date: January 1, 1964. Amended effective December 1, 1970. Regulations .01B―E, .07, and .08 repealed effective August 8, 1980 (7:16 Md. R. 1595). Regulation .02C amended effective August 8, 1980 (7:16 Md. R. 1595) -. Chapter recodified from COMAR 10.17.05 to COMAR 26.03.02. Regulations .01 amended effective July 25, 1988 (15:15 Md. R. 1813). Regulation .02J adopted effective July 25, 1988 (15:15 Md. R. 1813).
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