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26.04.01.00.htm 26.04.01.00. Title 26 DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT Subtitle 04 REGULATION OF WATER SUPPLY, SEWAGE DISPOSAL, AND SOLID WASTE Chapter 01 Quality of Drinking Water in Maryland Authority: Environment Article, Title 9, Subtitles 2 and 4, Annotated Code of Maryland
26.04.01.01.htm 26.04.01.01. 01 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Action level" means the concentration of a contaminant which, if exceeded, triggers treatment or other requirements which a water system must follow.2) "Approving Authority" means the Secretary of the Environment or his designee.. 3) "Best available technology (BAT) means the best technology, treatment techniques, or other means which the approving autho
26.04.01.01-1.htm 26.04.01.01-1. 01-1 Incorporation by Reference.. A. In this chapter, the following documents are incorporated by reference.. B. Documents Incorporated. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) ― 40 CFR §141 and 142 (July 1, 2014). 1) Surface Water Treatment Rule (40 CFR §141.70―141.76, Subpart H) June 8, 2001, January 14, 2002, October 23, 2002, October 29, 2002, and February 13, 2013 revisions.2) Interim Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule (40 CFR §141, Subpart P, §141.170―141.175) January
26.04.01.02.htm 26.04.01.02. 02 Coverage.. This regulation applies to each public water system in the State except that it does not apply to a public water system which satisfies all of the following:A. Consists only of distribution and storage facilities, and does not have any collection and treatment facilities;B. Obtains all of its water from, but is not owned or operated by, a supplier of water to which this regulation applies;C. Does not sell water to any person; and.
26.04.01.03.htm 26.04.01.03. 03 Requirements for a Variance, Granting a Variance, and Public Hearings.. A. The Approving Authority may grant to a supplier of water a variance or variances from certain requirements of this chapter. The requirements for obtaining variances are as follows:1) The Approving Authority may issue a variance based on the condition that the supplier of water installs the best technology, treatment techniques, or other means, which the Approving Authority finds are available when taki
26.04.01.03-1.htm 26.04.01.03-1. 03-1 Variances and Exemptions for Synthetic Organic Chemicals.. A. In addition to the procedures prescribed in Regulations .03 and .04 of this chapter, variances and exemptions from the maximum contaminant levels for synthetic organic chemicals may be granted by the Approving Authority if the requirements set forth below in §A(1)4) and in §B and C of this regulation are met:1) Except as provided in §A(2) of this regulation, a supplier of water is eligible for a variance on
26.04.01.04.htm 26.04.01.04. 04 Requirements for an Exemption, Granting an Exemption, and Public Hearings.. A. The Approving Authority may grant exemptions to public water systems, after documentation and consideration of findings, as specified in 40 CFR §142.20 and 142.50. The Approving Authority may not issue an exemption to a public water system granted a variance under §1415(e) of the Safe Drinking Water Act. Exemptions may not be granted for the maximum contaminant level for total coliforms, and E.
26.04.01.05.htm 26.04.01.05. 05 Design, Construction, and Modification of Public Water Supply Systems.. A. A construction permit shall be obtained from the Approving Authority before construction of a new public water system or before increasing the capacity of or substantially modifying an existing public water system. For new or expanded public water systems, plans shall be submitted to the Approving Authority according to COMAR 26.03.01.B. To the extent practicable, location of part or
26.04.01.05-1.htm 26.04.01.05-1. 05-1 Use of Noncentralized Treatment Devices.. A. A supplier of water may use point-of-entry devices to comply with maximum contaminant levels only if the supplier meets the following requirements. The supplier shall:1) Apply the technology under a plan approved by the Approving Authority. The plan shall:. a) Include results from field testing the device to be employed.. b) Provide certification that a device will achieve the desired performance.. c) Describe a monitoring
26.04.01.05-2.htm 26.04.01.05-2. 05-2 Treatment Requirements for Surface Water Supplies and Ground Water Supplies Under Direct Influence of Surface Water.A. A supplier of water using a surface water source or a ground water source under the direct influence of surface water shall provide treatment that complies with the treatment technique requirements of 40 CFR Part 141, Subparts H, P, and T. The treatment requirements mandate installing and properly operating water treatment processes that reliably achieve:
26.04.01.05-3.htm 26.04.01.05-3. 05-3 Treatment Requirements―Control of Disinfection Byproduct (DBP) Precursors.. A. Suppliers of water using surface water or ground water under the direct influence of surface water using conventional filtration treatment serving 10,000 or more individuals shall comply with the requirements of 40 CFR Part 141, Subpart L, beginning January 1, 2002.B. Suppliers of water using surface water or ground water under the direct influence of surface water using conventional filt
26.04.01.05-4.htm 26.04.01.05-4. 05-4 Recycle Provisions.. A. Applicability. All Subpart H systems that employ conventional filtration or direct filtration treatment and that recycle spent filter backwash water, thickener supernatant, or liquids from dewatering processes shall meet the requirements in §B―D of this regulation.B. Reporting.. 1) Suppliers of water shall notify the Approving Authority in writing by December 8, 2003, if the system recycles spent filter backwash water, thickener supernatant, or liquid
26.04.01.05-5.htm 26.04.01.05-5. 05-5 Treatment Requirements for Ground Water Supplies.. A. Applicability. All public water suppliers that use ground water are subject to the requirements of 40 CFR §141 Subpart S except public water suppliers that combine all of their ground water with surface water or with ground water under the direct influence of surface water prior to treatment under 40 CFR §141 Subpart H. For the purposes of this regulation, "ground water system” is defined as any public water system sub
26.04.01.06.htm 26.04.01.06. 06 Maximum Contaminant Level for Inorganic Chemicals in Drinking Water.. A. With the exception of nitrate, nitrite, and total nitrate plus nitrite, all inorganic chemical contaminant levels are based on potential adverse health effects resulting from long term exposure to the contaminant in drinking water. All suppliers of water to community water systems shall comply with the MCL for fluoride. All suppliers of water to community water systems and nontransient noncommu
26.04.01.06-1.htm 26.04.01.06-1. 06-1 Best Available Technology for Inorganic Chemicals.. The Approving Authority has identified the treatment technologies appearing at 40 CFR §141.62(c) and (d) and 142.61(a) as the best technology, treatment techniques, or other means available for achieving compliance with the maximum contaminant level for inorganic constituents listed in Regulation .06 of this chapter.
26.04.01.06-2.htm 26.04.01.06-2. 06-2 Control of Lead and Copper.. A. Suppliers of water to a public water system shall comply with the requirements of 40 CFR §141.80―141.91. These requirements, based on treatment technique requirements, require regular testing by suppliers of water for lead and copper, establish procedures to reduce lead and copper at consumers' taps, and specify public education actions.B. Additional Monitoring Requirements for Lead and Copper in Tap Water.. 1) Reduced Monitoring..
26.04.01.07.htm 26.04.01.07. 07 Maximum Contaminant Levels for Organic Chemicals in Drinking Water.. A. Suppliers of water to community water systems and nontransient noncommunity water systems shall comply with the MCLs for organic chemicals in §D, E, and F of this regulation.B. Maximum Contaminant Levels for Total Trihalomethanes. Community and nontransient noncommunity Subpart H systems serving 10,000 or more individuals shall comply with §F(1)4) of this regulation beginning January 1, 2002. Com
26.04.01.07-1.htm 26.04.01.07-1. 07-1 Best Available Technology for Organic Chemicals.. A. The Approving Authority has identified the best available technology to achieve the maximum contaminant levels for contaminants listed in Regulation .07D and E of this chapter. These technologies include granular activated carbon (GAC) packed tower aeration (PTA) and oxidation (OX)B. The best available technology for each contaminant listed in Regulation .07D and E of this chapter is specified in the following table:
26.04.01.07-2.htm 26.04.01.07-2. 07-2 Treatment Techniques for Acrylamide and Epichlorohydrin.. A. A supplier of water to a public water system who uses products containing acrylamide or epichlorohydrin shall certify annually, in writing to the Approving Authority, that the product of monomer level and dosage does not exceed the following levels:1) For acrylamide, 0.05 percent dosed at 1 ppm (or an equivalent combination of monomer concentration in the material being added and polymer dosage r
26.04.01.08.htm 26.04.01.08. 08 Maximum Contaminant Level for Turbidity in Drinking Water.. A. The maximum contaminant level for turbidity is applicable to all suppliers of water using surface water sources, or ground water sources under the direct influence of surface water, in whole or in part.B. Until June 29, 1993, the maximum contaminant level for turbidity in drinking water, when measured at a representative entry point to the distribution system, is:1) 1 turbidity unit (TU) as determined by a monthl
26.04.01.09.htm 26.04.01.09. 09 Maximum Contaminant Levels for Radioactive Substances in Drinking Water.. A. The maximum containment levels for radioactive substances are applicable only to community water systems. The following are the MCLs for radioactive substances:1) Alpha particle radioactivity:. Contaminant. Maximum Contaminant Level. a) Combined radium-226 and radium-2281. 5 pCi/l. b) Gross alpha particle activity (including radium-226). 15 pCi/l. c) Uranium. 30 µg/l2. 1 The combined radium-226
26.04.01.10.htm 26.04.01.10. 10 Maximum Contaminant Levels for Coliform Bacteria in Drinking Water.. A. Until March 31, 2016, the maximum contamination level of total coliform is based on the presence or absence of total coliform in each sample, rather than coliform density. The maximum contaminant level for coliform bacteria is exceeded if:1) More than 5 percent of the samples collected in any month are positive for total coliform for any supplier of water that collects 40 or more samples a month;
26.04.01.11.htm 26.04.01.11. 11 Microbiological Contaminant Sampling and Analytical Requirements for Total Coliform.. A. Routine Monitoring for Total Coliform of Community and Noncommunity Water Supply Systems Until March 31, 2016.1) A supplier of water to a community water system shall sample for total coliform at regular intervals throughout the month and in number proportionate to the population served as set forth in the coliform sample table in §A(2) of this regulation.2) Coliform Sample Table..
26.04.01.11-1.htm 26.04.01.11-1. 11-1 Microbiological Contaminant Sampling and Analytical Requirements for Fecal Coliform Until March 31, 2016.A. When any routine or repeat sample is total coliform-positive, the supplier of water shall analyze that total coliform culture medium for fecal coliform or E. coli. The Approving Authority may allow a public water system to forego the fecal coliform or E. coli analysis if the supplier of water assumes that the total coliform-positive is fecal coliform-positive or E. coli
26.04.01.11-2.htm 26.04.01.11-2. 11-2 Frequency of Repeat Sampling and Sample Invalidation for Total Coliform, and Triggered Source Water Monitoring.A. Frequency of Repeat Sampling for Total Coliform Until March 31, 2016.. 1) If a routine sample is total coliform-positive, the supplier of water shall take repeat samples within 24 hours from the time the system is notified of the positive result. The Approving Authority may extend this time limit if the system cannot collect the repeat samples
26.04.01.11-3.htm 26.04.01.11-3. 11-3 Sanitary Survey Requirements for Community and Noncommunity Water Supply Systems.. A. Public water systems that are required to regularly collect fewer than five total coliform samples a month shall undergo an initial sanitary survey by the Approving Authority. Community water supplies shall be surveyed before June 29, 1994. Noncommunity water supplies shall be surveyed before June 29, 1999.B. After the initial sanitary survey is completed, the systems in §A of thi
26.04.01.11-4.htm 26.04.01.11-4. 11-4 Microbiological Contaminant Monitoring and Reporting Requirements.. A. Applicability.. 1) This regulation applies to all public water systems.. 2) Suppliers of water shall comply with the provisions of this regulation beginning April 1, 2016, unless otherwise specified.3) Suppliers of water that fail to comply with the applicable requirements of 40 CFR §141.851―141.861, are in violation of the regulation.B. Analytical Methods and Laboratory Certification..
26.04.01.12.htm 26.04.01.12. 12 Turbidity Sampling and Analytical Requirements.. A. A supplier of water using a surface water source or a ground water source under the direct influence of surface water shall perform turbidity monitoring as required by 40 CFR §141.70―141.75.B. Filtered and unfiltered public water systems using surface water sources shall also comply with §C and D of this regulation until June 29, 1993. A supplier of water using unfiltered surface water or ground water under the
26.04.01.13.htm 26.04.01.13. 13 Sampling Analysis: Gross Alpha Particle Activity, Radium-226, Radium-228, Uranium.. A. This regulation applies to a community water system (CWS). B. Sampling Location. The supplier of water to a community water system shall:. 1) Sample at every entry point to the distribution system that is representative of all sources being used (after this called a sampling point) under normal operating conditions; and2) Take each sample at the same sampling point unless:.
26.04.01.13-1.htm 26.04.01.13-1. 13-1 Sampling and Analytical Requirements for Beta Particle and Photon Radioactivity.. A. This regulation applies to a community water system (CWS) A CWS, both surface and ground water, designated by the Approving Authority as vulnerable shall sample for beta particle and photon radioactivity.B. Monitoring.. 1) Suppliers of water shall collect quarterly samples for beta emitters and annual samples for tritium and strontium-90 at each entry point to the distribution system, after t
26.04.01.13-2.htm 26.04.01.13-2. 13-2 General Monitoring and Compliance Requirements for Radionuclides.. A. This regulation applies to a community water system (CWS) The Approving Authority may require more frequent monitoring than specified in Regulations .13 and .13-1 of this chapter, or may require confirmation samples at its discretion. The results of the initial and confirmation samples shall be averaged for use in compliance determinations.B. Suppliers of water shall monitor at the time de
26.04.01.14.htm 26.04.01.14. 14 Inorganic Chemical Sampling and Analytical Requirements.. A. Monitoring for the purpose of determining compliance with Regulation .06 of this chapter shall be conducted by the supplier of water to a community water system, nontransient noncommunity water system, and transient noncommunity water system in accordance with the requirements of 40 CFR §141.23(a)1)3)B. Routine Monitoring Frequency.. 1) A supplier of water to a community surface or combined surface and groun
26.04.01.15.htm 26.04.01.15. 15 Volatile Organic Chemical (VOC) Sampling and Analytical Requirements.. A. Definition. For the purpose of this regulation, "0.0005 milligram/liter" means the detection level for any contaminant in Regulation .07D of this chapter.B. Initial Monitoring.. 1) Beginning with the initial compliance period, analysis of substances for the purpose of determining compliance with Regulation .07D of this chapter shall be conducted by the supplier of water to a community water system or
26.04.01.15-1.htm 26.04.01.15-1. 15-1 Synthetic Organic Chemical (SOC) Sampling and Analytical Requirements.. A. Monitoring for the purpose of determining compliance with Regulation .07E of this chapter shall be conducted by the supplier of water to a community or nontransient noncommunity water system in accordance with the requirements of 40 CFR §141.24(h)1)3) which is incorporated by reference.B. Monitoring Frequency.. 1) Initial Monitoring. A supplier of water to a community or nontransient n
26.04.01.15-2.htm 26.04.01.15-2. 15-2 Disinfection Byproducts Sampling and Analytical Requirements.. A. Applicability.. 1) Community and Nontransient Noncommunity Water System Stage 1 Disinfection Byproducts Rule (DBPR) Compliance Dates.a) Subpart H systems serving 10,000 or more individuals shall comply with Regulation .07F(1)4) of this chapter beginning January 1, 2002.b) Subpart H systems serving fewer than 10,000 individuals and ground water systems not under the influence of surface water
26.04.01.15-3.htm 26.04.01.15-3. 15-3 Special Monitoring for Unregulated Contaminants.. Special monitoring for chemicals shall be conducted pursuant to 40 CFR §141.40. Suppliers of water to community and nontransient noncommunity water systems shall monitor for contaminants in accordance with 40 CFR §141.40.
26.04.01.15-4.htm 26.04.01.15-4. 15-4 Reporting and Public Notification for Certain Unregulated Contaminants.. A. The requirements of this regulation apply only to the contaminants referred to in Regulation .15-3 of this chapter.B. The owner or operator of a community water system or nontransient noncommunity water system who is required to monitor under Regulation .15-3 of this chapter shall send a copy of the results of the monitoring within 30 days of receipt and any public notice under §C of thi
26.04.01.15-5.htm 26.04.01.15-5. 15-5 Disinfectant Residuals.. A. Applicability. CWS and NTNCWS Subpart H systems serving 10,000 or more individuals shall comply with this regulation beginning January 1, 2002. Subpart H systems serving fewer than 10,000 individuals and systems using only ground water not under the direct influence of surface water shall comply with this regulation beginning January 1, 2004.B. Monitoring Frequency and Location. Community and nontransient noncommunity water systems that use
26.04.01.16.htm 26.04.01.16. 16 Alternative Analytical Techniques.. With the written permission of the Approving Authority, a supplier of water may employ alternative analytical techniques. An alternative technique is acceptable only if it is substantially equivalent to the prescribed test in both precision and accuracy as it relates to the determination of compliance with any maximum contaminant level. The use of the alternative analytical technique may not decrease the frequency of moni
26.04.01.17.htm 26.04.01.17. 17 Approved Laboratories.. A. For the purpose of determining compliance with this chapter, samples may be considered only if they have been analyzed by a laboratory approved by the Approving Authority, except that measurements for alkalinity, calcium, conductivity, orthophosphate, silica, turbidity, temperature, pH, and disinfectant residual may be performed by any person acceptable to the Approving Authority.B. The Approving Authority may consider reciprocit
26.04.01.18.htm 26.04.01.18. 18 Monitoring of Consecutive Public Water Systems.. When a supplier of water provides water to one or more other public water systems, the Approving Authority may modify the monitoring requirements imposed by Regulations .11-15-3 of this chapter, to the extent that the interconnection of the systems justifies treating them as a single system for monitoring purposes. Any modified monitoring shall be conducted pursuant to a schedule specified by the Approving Authority.
26.04.01.19.htm 26.04.01.19. 19 Reporting Requirements.. A. When the supplier of water uses the services of a laboratory certified by the Approving Authority, the supplier of water shall report within 10 days following a sample analysis, analytical data required by this chapter to the Water Management Administration. Report forms shall be supplied by the Water Management Administration.B. Except when specified in §D of this regulation, the supplier of water shall report to the Approvi1) Within 48 hours the fa
26.04.01.20.htm 26.04.01.20. 20 Public Notification of Variances, Exemptions, and Noncompliance with Standards.. A. General Public Notification Requirements.. 1) Each supplier of water shall give notice for all violations of national primary drinking water regulations (NPDWR) and for the situations identified in Table 1 of 40 CFR §141.201 and 141.211, Subpart Q.2) The type of public notification required is determined by the tier to which it is assigned, as follows:a) Tier 1 public notice i
26.04.01.20-1.htm 26.04.01.20-1. 20-1 Public Education for Lead.. A. All suppliers of water of each community water system and each nontransient noncommunitiy water system shall provide public education about lead as specified by 40 CFR §141.85 and 141.154, including consumer notice of lead tap water monitoring results to persons served at the sites that are tested.B. A supplier of water of each community water system and each nontransient noncommunity water system that exceeds the lead action level shall issue n
26.04.01.20-2.htm 26.04.01.20-2. 20-2 Consumer Confidence Reports.. A. A supplier of water to a community water system shall deliver an annual consumer confidence report to their customers as required by 40 CFR §141.151―141.155: Subpart O—Consumer Confidence Report. This report shall contain information on the quality of the water delivered by the supplier and characterize the risks from exposure to contaminants detected in the drinking water in an accurate and understandable manner.B. Each supplier of water
26.04.01.21.htm 26.04.01.21. 21 Record Maintenance.. A. A supplier of water shall keep records of microbiological analyses and turbidity analyses for at least 5 years and records of chemical analyses for at least 10 years. Actual laboratory reports may be kept, or data may be transferred into tabular summaries, provided the following information is included:1) The date, place, and time of sampling, and the name of the person who collected the sample;. 2) Identification of the sample as to whether it w
26.04.01.22.htm 26.04.01.22. 22Emergency Plan Provisions.. A. The objective of the emergency plan provision is to assure adequate, safe drinking water for human survival. The Approving Authority shall provide to affected citizenry and local officials the necessary assistance to enable the provision of an emergency supply of water. The assistance shall include notification of the emergency need to the Maryland Civil Defense Agency and appraisal of the particular situation through contact with local health
26.04.01.23.htm 26.04.01.23. 23 Disinfection.. A. The Approving Authority shall have the right to establish minimum sampling frequencies and locations for determining disinfectant residuals for public water systems. The responsibility and cost for testing, recording, and reporting the results to the Approving Authority shall be borne by the supplier of water.B. The Approving Authority shall have the right to establish minimum disinfectant residual concentrations in a public drinking water distribution system.
26.04.01.24.htm 26.04.01.24. 24 Notice of Violation and Orders.. A. When the Approving Authority determines that a supplier of water has not complied with this regulation, the Approving Authority shall issue a notice of violation, or order in writing to the supplier of water stating the:1) Regulation being violated;. 2) Corrective action required from the supplier of water; and. 3) Period of time in which the violation shall be corrected.. B. If a supplier of water fails to comply with the
26.04.01.25.htm 26.04.01.25. 25 Plan for Compliance.. A. Notice of Violation or Order. After issuing a notice of violation or order, the Approving Authority may agree to the provisions of a plan for compliance submitted by the supplier of water. The plan for compliance shall be in writing and will present the timetable and the manner for completing the corrective action specified in the notice of violation or order. The supplier of water will not be considered to be in violation of the notice of vio
26.04.01.26.htm 26.04.01.26. 26 Monthly Operating Reports.. A. The Approving Authority may require suppliers of water to submit a monthly operating report not later than 10 days after the end of the reporting period.B. The Approving Authority shall specify the information required and the format of the monthly operating reports for each water supply system.C. The current monthly operating report shall be kept at the water treatment plant, and all entries shall be made on a daily basis.
26.04.01.27.htm 26.04.01.27. 27 Maintenance Log.. A. A supplier of water shall maintain a log of all maintenance activities that occur during the daily operation of the water supply system.B. The Approving Authority shall specify the information that shall be contained in the maintenance log.C. The superintendent in daily responsible charge shall attest to the veracity of the log by signing the maintenance log at the end of the day, shift, work period, or at an interval specified by the Approving Authority.
26.04.01.28.htm 26.04.01.28. 28 Emergency Reporting Procedures.. Suppliers of water shall contact the Approving Authority when a reportable incident occurs during the operation of the water treatment and distribution system within 1 hour of the supplier of water becoming aware of the incident.
26.04.01.29.htm 26.04.01.29. 29 Sodium Monitoring and Analytical Requirements.. A. Suppliers of water for community public water systems shall collect and analyze one sample per plant at the entry point of the distribution system for the determination of sodium concentration. Samples shall be collected and analyzed annually for systems utilizing surface water sources in whole or in part, and at least every 3 years for systems utilizing solely ground water sources. The minimum number of samples requir
26.04.01.30.htm 26.04.01.30. 30 Distribution System.. A. Material Survey. Community water supply systems shall identify whether the following construction materials are present in their distribution systems and shall submit a report to the Approving Authority:1) Lead from piping, solder, caulking, interior lining of the distribution mains, alloys, and home plumbing;2) Copper from piping and alloys, service lines, and home plumbing;. 3) Galvanized piping, service lines, and home plumbing;.
26.04.01.31.htm 26.04.01.31. 31 Repealed..
26.04.01.32.htm 26.04.01.32. 32 Cross Connection Control Programs.. A. Suppliers of water to community water systems existing before January 1, 1986, shall prepare and submit for approval to the Approving Authority by January 1, 1988, a plan for controlling cross connections. For community water systems constructed after January 1, 1988, the supplier of water shall prepare and submit for approval a plan for controlling cross connections with the plans and specifications required under Reg
26.04.01.33.htm 26.04.01.33. 33 Direct and Indirect Additives.. A. For purposes of this regulation, "products" means any:. 1) Chemical or substance added to a public water supply;. 2) Materials used in the manufacture of public water supply components or appurtenances; or. 3) Pipe, storage tank, valve, fixture, or other materials which come in contact with water intended for use in public water supply.B. Suppliers of water to the community water systems shall receive approval from the Approving Autho
26.04.01.34.htm 26.04.01.34. 34 Penalties.. A person who violates:. A. Any provision of this chapter, except for Regulations .26―28 and .33, is subject to the penalties provided by Environment Article, §9-413, Annotated Code of Maryland;B. Regulations .26―28, or .33 of this chapter is guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction is subject to the penalties provided by Environment Article, §10-304, Annotated Code of Maryland;C. Any term or condition of an order issued pursuant to the authority veste
26.04.01.35.htm 26.04.01.35. 35 Civil Actions.. The Secretary may institute a civil action in any court of appropriate jurisdiction for injunctive relief to prevent violation of any order or regulation issued pursuant to this chapter, in addition to any other remedies provided under this chapter.
26.04.01.36.htm 26.04.01.36. 36 Capacity Development Requirements.. A. Applicability.. 1) This regulation applies to the owner of a new system that applies for a construction permit as required by COMAR 26.03.12 on or after October 1, 1999.2) A system that has infrastructure in place before October 1, 1999, and then becomes a community water system or a nontransient noncommunity water system by the addition of new users or connections is not subject to this regulation.B. General Requirements..
26.04.01.9999.htm 26.04.01.9999. Administrative History Effective date: October 21, 1977 (4:22 Md. R. 1670). Appendix E adopted effective January 27, 1978 (5:2 Md. R. 84). Regulations .01, .06―11, .15A, .19A and B, .20F, and .22 amended effective August 10, 1987 (14:16 Md. R. 1774)Regulations .15G―P, .19E, .28―33, and .35 adopted effective August 10, 1987 (14:16 Md. R. 1774). Regulations .26, .27, and .34 adopted effective November 30, 1987 (14:24 Md. R. 2555). Appendices A―E recodified as Regulation .36 ―.
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