Connecticut Law
Title 22a Environmental Protection


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Connecticut Laws | Title 22a Environmental Protection

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CHAPTER 439* ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION DEPARTMENT AND STATE POLICY

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PART I* STATE POLICY

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Sec. 22a-1a. Declaration of policy: Coordination of state plans and programs.

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Sec. 22a-1b. Evaluation by state agencies of actions affecting the environment. Public scoping process. Environmental monitor.

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Sec. 22a-1c. Actions which may significantly affect the environment. Definition.

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Sec. 22a-1d. Review of environmental impact evaluations. Notification to municipalities and agencies.

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Sec. 22a-1e. Review and determination by Office of Policy and Management.

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Sec. 22a-1f. Exceptions.

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Sec. 22a-1g. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-1h. Environmental impact evaluations.

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Sec. 22a-1i. Environmental contamination risk assessment by Department of Public Health.

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PART II* GENERAL PROVISIONS

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Sec. 22a-2a. Delegation of inspection and enforcement authority. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-2b. "Criminal negligence" defined.

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Sec. 22a-2c. Office of Business Ombudsman.

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Sec. 22a-3. Divisions. Deputy commissioners.

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Sec. 22a-4. Agents, assistants, employees, consultants.

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Sec. 22a-5. Duties and powers of commissioner.

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Sec. 22a-5a. Orders. Authority of commissioner to investigate.

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Sec. 22a-5b. Special funds and accounts administered by the department. Report required.

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Sec. 22a-5c. Filing of orders on land records.

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Sec. 22a-6. Commissioner to establish environmental standards, regulations and fees, to make contracts and studies and to issue permits. Complaints. Hearings. Bonds. Notice of contested cases.

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Sec. 22a-6a. Violators liable to state for costs and expenses. Statutory remedy not exclusive of others.

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Sec. 22a-6b. Imposition of civil penalties by the commissioner.

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Sec. 22a-6c. Hearing on orders concerning solid waste.

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Sec. 22a-6d. Payment of costs associated with hearing and transcript.

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Sec. 22a-6e. Imposition of civil penalties by the commissioner for water pollution violations.

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Sec. 22a-6f. Fees. Due dates. Late payments. Application. Waiver.

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Sec. 22a-6g. Notice of application for permit. Exemptions.

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Sec. 22a-6h. Notice of tentative determination re permit application.

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Sec. 22a-6i. Information re time frames for issuance of permits.

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Sec. 22a-6j. Renewal of permits.

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Sec. 22a-6k. Emergency authorization for regulated activity. Temporary authorization for regulated activity.

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Sec. 22a-6l. Posting of public notice of permit applications.

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Sec. 22a-6m. Compliance history of permit applicants. Criminal history records checks.

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Sec. 22a-6n. Notice of commissioner's determination regarding certain regulated activities.

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Sec. 22a-6o. Transfer of licenses.

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Sec. 22a-6p. Time frames for issuance of permits. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-6q. Alternative time frame for action on permit.

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Sec. 22a-6r. Report on permitting efforts.

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Sec. 22a-6s. Minor violations of environmental protection laws.

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Sec. 22a-6t. Annual report on environmental compliance by regulated entities and enforcement actions of the commissioner.

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Sec. 22a-6u. Notification requirements re discovery of contamination of soil or water. Exceptions. Content of notice. Acknowledgement of receipt. Posting of notice. Civil penalty. Forwarding of notice.

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Sec. 22a-6v. Report on protected open space acquisition.

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Sec. 22a-6w. Notice to municipality of commissioner's enforcement action.

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Sec. 22a-6x. Office of Enforcement Policy and Coordination.

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Sec. 22a-6y. Exemplary environmental management systems.

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Sec. 22a-6z. Regulations implementing Subtitle C of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976.

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Sec. 22a-6aa. Permit extensions.

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Sec. 22a-6bb. Petition for public hearing. Withdrawal of petition.

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Sec. 22a-6cc. Consulting services program.

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Sec. 22a-7. Cease and desist orders. Service. Hearings. Injunctions.

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Sec. 22a-7a. Bond on appeal from final decision.

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Sec. 22a-7b. Certificate showing compliance with order to correct or abate a polluted or environmentally hazardous condition.

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Sec. 22a-8. State-wide environmental plan. Advisory board. Annual conference.

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Sec. 22a-8a. Commissioner to inventory hazardous waste disposal sites.

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Sec. 22a-9. Commissioner as agent of state and political subdivisions.

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Sec. 22a-10. Payment of refunds.

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Sec. 22a-11. Council on Environmental Quality.

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Sec. 22a-12. Environmental quality report. Review of state agency construction plans. Exception.

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Sec. 22a-13. Citizen complaints.

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Sec. 22a-14. Short title: Environmental Protection Act of 1971.

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Sec. 22a-15. Declaration of policy.

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Sec. 22a-16. Action for declaratory and equitable relief against unreasonable pollution.

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Sec. 22a-16a. Supplemental environmental projects or financial contributions in lieu of penalty for environmental violations.

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Sec. 22a-17. Defense. Appointment of master or referee.

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Sec. 22a-18. Powers of court.

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Sec. 22a-19. Administrative proceedings.

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Sec. 22a-19a. Historic structures and landmarks. When court costs assessed against plaintiff.

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Sec. 22a-19b. Exception for certain property listed on the state register of historic places.

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Sec. 22a-20. Procedure supplementary to other procedures. Intervening party.

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Sec. 22a-20a. Environmental justice community. Definitions. Meaningful public participation plan. Community environmental benefit agreement.

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Sec. 22a-21. (Formerly Sec. 22-7a). Plan for development of outdoor recreation and other natural resources.

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Sec. 22a-21a. State assistance related to recreation and park services.

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Sec. 22a-21b. Connecticut Conservation Corps.

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Sec. 22a-21c. Connecticut Service Corps: Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-21d. Connecticut Service Corps established. Project sponsors. Grants.

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Sec. 22a-21e. Grant application.

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Sec. 22a-21f. Rating system for grant applications.

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Sec. 22a-21g. Project eligibility; exceptions.

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Sec. 22a-21h. Annual reports by project sponsor and commissioner.

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Sec. 22a-21i. Grants for operating costs of Beardsley Zoological Gardens, Bridgeport.

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Sec. 22a-21j. School bus emissions reduction program.

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Sec. 22a-21k. School bus emissions reduction account.

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Sec. 22a-22. (Formerly Sec. 22-7b). Federal aid and agreements.

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Sec. 22a-23. (Formerly Sec. 22-7c). Federal funds to be held in separate account.

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Sec. 22a-24. (Formerly Sec. 22-7d). Powers additional to those under other statutes.

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Sec. 22a-25. (Formerly Sec. 22-7e). Acquisition of land and waters.

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Sec. 22a-26. (Formerly Sec. 22-7f). Conveyance or lease of land to or from governmental agencies. Conveyance of land to municipalities or responsible parties under Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act.

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Sec. 22a-26a. State-owned properties providing public access to Long Island Sound.

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Sec. 22a-27. (Formerly Sec. 22-7g). Maintenance of areas and facilities for recreation or natural resources purposes.

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Secs. 22a-27a and 22a-27b.

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Sec. 22a-27c.

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Sec. 22a-27d.

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Sec. 22a-27e. Litter control in parking areas.

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Sec. 22a-27f. Specifications of fuels. Report to commissioner.

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Sec. 22a-27g. Environmental Quality Fund. Environmental quality account. Covered electronic recycler reimbursement account. Electronic device recycling program account.

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Sec. 22a-27h. Conservation Fund. Maintenance, repair and improvement account.

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Sec. 22a-27i. Fees. Exemption of municipalities.

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Sec. 22a-27j. Additional fee for municipal planning, zoning, wetlands and coastal management applications. Noncompliance.

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Sec. 22a-27k. Long Island Sound account.

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Sec. 22a-27l. Endangered species, natural area preserve and watchable wildlife account. Regulations.

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Secs. 22a-27m to 22a-27o. Air emissions permit operating fee account. Connecticut lighthouse preservation account. Greenways account.

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Sec. 22a-27p. Private funds authorized for renovation of historical structures on state land.

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Sec. 22a-27q. Hazard mitigation and floodplain management account.

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Sec. 22a-27r. Invasive species detection and control account.

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Sec. 22a-27s. Face of Connecticut Steering Committee: Membership, chairperson.

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Sec. 22a-27t. Face of Connecticut account.

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Sec. 22a-27u. Air emissions permit operating fee account.

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Sec. 22a-27v. Long Island Sound account.

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Sec. 22a-27w. Lease or other authorization to facilitate the preservation of the Penfield Reef Lighthouse.

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CHAPTER 440* WETLANDS AND WATERCOURSES

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Sec. 22a-28. (Formerly Sec. 22-7h). Preservation of tidal wetlands. Declaration of policy.

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Sec. 22a-29. (Formerly Sec. 22-7i). Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-30. (Formerly Sec. 22-7j). Inventory and inspection of tidal wetlands. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-31. (Formerly Sec. 22-7k). Hearing officers.

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Sec. 22a-32. (Formerly Sec. 22-7l). Regulated activity permit. Application. Hearing. Waiver of hearing.

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Sec. 22a-33. (Formerly Sec. 22-7m). Issuance or denial of permit.

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Sec. 22a-34. (Formerly Sec. 22-7n). Appeal.

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Sec. 22a-35. (Formerly Sec. 22-7o). Penalty.

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Sec. 22a-35a. Tidal wetlands restoration.

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Sec. 22a-36. Inland wetlands and watercourses. Legislative finding.

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Sec. 22a-37. Short title: Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Act.

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Sec. 22a-38. Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-39. Duties of commissioner.

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Sec. 22a-40. Permitted operations and uses.

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Sec. 22a-41. Factors for consideration of commissioner. Finding of no feasible and prudent alternative. Wetlands or watercourses. Habitats. Jurisdiction of municipal inland wetlands agencies.

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Sec. 22a-42. Municipal regulation of wetlands and watercourses. Action by commissioner.

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Sec. 22a-42a. Establishment of boundaries by regulation. Adoption of regulations. Permits. Filing fee.

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Secs. 22a-42b and 22a-42c. Notice to adjoining municipalities when traffic, sewer or water drainage and water runoff will affect such municipalities. Notice of application to adjacent municipality re conduct of regulated activities within five hundred feet of its boundaries.

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Sec. 22a-42d. Revocation of authority to regulate inland wetlands.

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Sec. 22a-42e. Application filed prior to change in inland wetlands regulations not required to comply with change. Exceptions.

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Sec. 22a-42f. Notice of application to water company re conduct of regulated activities within watershed of water company.

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Sec. 22a-42g. Municipal fine for violation of wetlands regulations.

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Sec. 22a-43. Appeals.

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Sec. 22a-43a. Findings on appeal. Setting aside or modifying action. Authority to purchase land.

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Sec. 22a-44. Penalty. Court orders.

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Sec. 22a-45. Property revaluation.

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Sec. 22a-45a. General permits for minor activities. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-45b. (Formerly Sec. 19a-93). Elimination of mosquito-breeding places by Commissioner of Environmental Protection.

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Sec. 22a-45c. (Formerly Sec. 19a-94). Maintenance of drained land by Commissioner of Environmental Protection.

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Sec. 22a-45d. (Formerly Sec. 19a-94a). Contingency plan for controlling mosquito infestation.

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CHAPTER 441* PESTICIDE CONTROL

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PART I GENERAL PROVISIONS

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Sec. 22a-46. Short title: Connecticut Pesticide Control Act.

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Sec. 22a-47. Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-47a. Exemption for certain uses of lime.

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Sec. 22a-48. Registration required. Exceptions. Categorization of pesticides.

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Sec. 22a-49. Registration statement. Law Journal notice. Criteria for registration.

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Sec. 22a-50. Classification of pesticides, notice of changes. Registration fees, supplemental statements, prima facie evidence.

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Sec. 22a-51. Pesticide experimental use permit.

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Sec. 22a-52. Cancellation of pesticide registration or change in classification; procedure. Use of chlordane restricted.

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Sec. 22a-53. Order of suspension of registration, imminent hazard, hearing, notice, judicial review.

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Sec. 22a-54. Pesticide applicators, certification, classification, notice, fees; reciprocity; financial responsibility; aircraft, tree, public employee applicators.

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Sec. 22a-54a. Golf course fee.

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Sec. 22a-55. Regulations regarding application of pesticides; penalties.

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Sec. 22a-56. Registration of pesticide distributors. Regulations. Fee.

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Sec. 22a-56a. Grounds for refusal to grant registration.

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Sec. 22a-56b. New registration after suspension or revocation.

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Sec. 22a-57. Restrictions on sale of pesticides.

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Sec. 22a-58. Records to be kept by distributors and applicators.

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Sec. 22a-59. Enforcement authority: Inspections, samples, warrants.

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Sec. 22a-60. Trade secrets and business information protected. Declaratory judgments.

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Sec. 22a-61. Prohibited acts. Exceptions. Certification denial, suspension or revocation; grounds; review of certification.

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Sec. 22a-62. Stop sale order; seizure, condemnation; reprocessing. Costs and fees. Court orders.

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Sec. 22a-63. Penalties: Fine, imprisonment.

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Sec. 22a-64. Exemption from or suspension of provisions.

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Sec. 22a-65. Commissioner's duties. Pesticide Advisory Council.

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Sec. 22a-66. Commissioner's powers, hearings, regulations.

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Sec. 22a-66a. Notification of the application of pesticides. Registry. Regulations. Penalty.

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Sec. 22a-66b. Pesticide application businesses: Definitions. Compliance with record maintenance requirements.

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Sec. 22a-66c. Registration of pesticide application businesses. Application. Fee.

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Sec. 22a-66d. Action by the commissioner.

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Sec. 22a-66e. Grounds for denial.

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Sec. 22a-66f. Employment of commercial supervisory pesticide applicator.

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Sec. 22a-66g. Records. Availability.

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Sec. 22a-66h. Penalties.

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Sec. 22a-66i. Action of officer or agent deemed to be action of pesticide application business.

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Sec. 22a-66j. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-66k. Utilities pesticide management plan. Notice of application.

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Sec. 22a-66l. Application of pesticides by state agencies. Review by Commissioner of Environmental Protection. Model integrated pest management plans.

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Secs. 22a-66m to 22a-66x.

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PART II SODIUM FLUOROACETATE. PESTICIDES IN STATE WATERS

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Sec. 22a-66y. (Formerly Sec. 19-300t). Sale, use or possession of sodium fluoroacetate.

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Sec. 22a-66z. (Formerly Sec. 19-300u). Permits for use of pesticides in state waters.

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CHAPTER 442 NOISE POLLUTION CONTROL

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Sec. 22a-67. State policy regarding noise.

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Sec. 22a-68. Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-69. State-wide program of noise regulation.

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Sec. 22a-70. Duties and powers of the commissioner.

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Sec. 22a-71. Commissioner's report to Governor and General Assembly.

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Sec. 22a-72. Cooperation of state agencies, review of regulations.

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Sec. 22a-73. Municipal noise regulation programs; ordinances subject to commissioner's approval.

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Sec. 22a-74. Prohibited acts.

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Sec. 22a-74a. Exemption of firing and shooting ranges from criminal and civil liability for noise and noise pollution.

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Sec. 22a-75. Civil penalties.

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Sec. 22a-76. Provisions and remedies not exclusive of others.

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CHAPTER 443 LITTER CONTROL

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Secs. 22a-77 to 22a-79.

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Secs. 22a-80 to 22a-82.

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Secs. 22a-83 to 22a-86. Duties of commissioner re youth litter pickup programs. Annual Litter Control and Recycling Fund assessment. Litter Control and Recycling Fund; application for fund moneys. Expenditure of fund.

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Secs. 22a-87 and 22a-88.

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Sec. 22a-89. Program evaluation. Report to Governor and General Assembly.

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CHAPTER 444* COASTAL MANAGEMENT

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Sec. 22a-90. Short title: Coastal Management Act.

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Sec. 22a-91. Legislative findings.

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Sec. 22a-92. Legislative goals and policies.

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Sec. 22a-93. Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-94. Coastal area; coastal boundary. Commissioner to prepare maps.

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Sec. 22a-95. Duties of commissioner. Model municipal coastal program.

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Sec. 22a-96. Commissioner authorized to enter into agreements; designated as representative of state.

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Sec. 22a-97. Duties of the commissioner. Technical, coordinating and research services. Supervision.

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Sec. 22a-98. Commissioner to coordinate regulatory programs.

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Sec. 22a-99. Testimony by coastal municipality on permits and licenses. Appeal from decision of the commissioner.

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Sec. 22a-101. Municipal coastal programs.

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Sec. 22a-102. Municipal plan of development. Proposed municipal land use regulations.

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Sec. 22a-104. Implementation of municipal coastal program. Amendments.

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Sec. 22a-105. Coastal site plan reviews.

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Sec. 22a-106. Criteria and process for action on coastal site plans.

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Sec. 22a-106a. Civil penalty.

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Sec. 22a-107. Bond as a condition to coastal site plan approval.

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Sec. 22a-108. Violations.

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Sec. 22a-109. Coastal site plans. Review.

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Sec. 22a-110. Testimony by commissioner on municipal actions. Appeals.

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Sec. 22a-111. Connecticut River Gateway Committee. Consistency.

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Secs. 22a-112 to 22a-113c. Financial assistance; grants to municipalities; contracts or grant agreements concerning coastal management. Estuarine embayment program established. Grants; eligibility. Regulations. State bond issue authorized for estuarine embayment projects.

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Sec. 22a-113l. Powers.

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Sec. 22a-113m. Harbor management plan. Approval.

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Sec. 22a-113n. Content of plan.

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Sec. 22a-113o. Factors considered in preparation of plan.

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Sec. 22a-113p. Action on applications to municipal agencies referred to commission.

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Sec. 22a-113q. Request for general permit and delegation of enforcement authority.

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Sec. 22a-113r. Mooring or anchorage permit. Enforcement of ordinances implementing plan.

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Sec. 22a-113s. Permit fee.

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Sec. 22a-113t. Model harbor management.

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Sec. 22a-115. Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-116. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-117. Construction or modification of hazardous waste facility. When certificate required. Transfer of certificate. Polychlorinated biphenyls.

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Sec. 22a-118. Application for certificate. Information required. Amendment or transfer of certificate. Issuance of other permits by Commissioner of Environmental Protection. Notice of application.

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Sec. 22a-119. Hearing on application. Appointment of ad hoc members. Notice. Comments by state agencies.

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Sec. 22a-120. Parties to certification proceedings. Limited appearances. Grouping of parties. Supervision of legal matters for council.

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Sec. 22a-121. Record of hearing. Rights of parties.

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Sec. 22a-122. Decision and opinion. Criteria for decision. Findings and determination. Financial responsibility. Service and publication. Appeal.

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Sec. 22a-123. Enforcement of certificate requirements and other standards. Penalties.

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Sec. 22a-124. Exclusive jurisdiction of council. Municipal regulation of proposed location. Appeal of zoning decision.

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Sec. 22a-125. Payments to municipalities to be made by operators of hazardous waste disposal facilities.

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Sec. 22a-126. Use of facility after postclosure period. Disposal Facility Trust Fund.

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Sec. 22a-127. Local project review committee. Technical assistance for review of application.

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Sec. 22a-128. Payments of assessments or negotiated incentives to municipalities by operators of hazardous waste disposal facilities. Reports of negotiations to council.

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Sec. 22a-129. Chief elected official's right of access to facility for inspection of premises and review of records. Time allowed for response to complaints.

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Sec. 22a-130. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-131. Civil penalty for violation of hazardous waste program.

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Sec. 22a-131a. Penalties. Terms defined.

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Sec. 22a-132. Hazardous waste assessment.

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Sec. 22a-133. Payments prohibited if federal funds available.

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Sec. 22a-133a. Definitions: Discovery and cleanup of hazardous waste disposal sites.

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Sec. 22a-133b. Discovery and evaluation of hazardous waste disposal sites deemed to pose threat to the environment or public health.

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Sec. 22a-133e. Remedial action.

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Sec. 22a-133g. Reimbursement for costs and expenses of remedial action.

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Sec. 22a-133h. Telephone line for hazardous waste disposal site information.

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Sec. 22a-133j. Annual report.

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Sec. 22a-133k. Regulations establishing standards for the remediation of hazardous waste sites and for review and approval of final remedial action reports.

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Sec. 22a-133o. Environmental land use restrictions: Requirements. Subordination agreements. Releases.

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Sec. 22a-133p. Environmental land use restrictions: Enforcement.

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Sec. 22a-133q. Environmental land use restrictions: Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-133r. Environmental land use restrictions: Remediation required in event restriction is voided by court.

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Sec. 22a-133s. Environmental land use restrictions: Other powers not affected.

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Sec. 22a-133t. Special Contaminated Property Remediation and Insurance Fund.

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Sec. 22a-133u. Uses of Special Contaminated Property Remediation and Insurance Fund. Repayment of funds. Liens. Special Contaminated Property Remediation and Insurance Fund Advisory Board. Criteria.

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Sec. 22a-133w. Voluntary site remediation in GB and GC areas: Licensed environmental professionals.

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Sec. 22a-133x. Investigation and remediation of contaminated real property. Submission of forms. Review by commissioner. Fee. Notification required.

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Sec. 22a-133y. Voluntary site remediation in GB and GC areas: Procedures. Review by commissioner. Environmental use restrictions.

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Sec. 22a-133z. General permits for contaminated site remediation.

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Sec. 22a-133aa. Covenant not to sue prospective purchasers or owners of contaminated land. Approval of remediation plan by commissioner. Fee.

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Sec. 22a-133bb. Covenant not to sue prospective purchasers or owners of contaminated real property. Approval of remediation plan by licensed environmental professional.

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Sec. 22a-133cc. Submission of information for covenant not to sue.

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Sec. 22a-133dd. Entry onto property to perform environmental site assessment or investigation on behalf of municipality.

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Sec. 22a-133ee. Liability of owner of real property for pollution that occurred or existed prior to taking title.

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Sec. 22a-134. Transfer of hazardous waste establishments: Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-134a. Transfer of hazardous waste establishments: Forms, verification, schedules, audits, approval, notification requirements, orders, exceptions.

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Sec. 22a-134b. Damages.

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Sec. 22a-134c. Authority of commissioner.

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Sec. 22a-134d. Penalty.

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Sec. 22a-134e. Transfer fees. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-134f. List of hazardous waste facilities. Municipal clerks to maintain and post.

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Sec. 22a-134g. Termination of operations at certain hazardous waste facilities. Procedures. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-134h. Transfer of hazardous waste establishments: Submission prior to October 1, 2001. Withdrawal of forms.

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Sec. 22a-134i. Transfer of hazardous waste establishments. Conveyance of a unit in a residential common interest community.

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Sec. 22a-134k. Household hazardous waste management plan.

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Sec. 22a-134l. Regional household hazardous waste disposal facilities.

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Sec. 22a-134m. Chemical disposal days.

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Sec. 22a-134n. Grants for chemical disposal days.

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Sec. 22a-134o. Contract with hazardous waste transporter or company.

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Sec. 22a-134p. Regulations re storage of hazardous substances near a watercourse.

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Sec. 22a-134q. Inventory of contaminated wells and leaking underground storage tanks.

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Sec. 22a-134s. Lien on real estate with service station.

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CHAPTER 446* NUCLEAR ENERGY

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Sec. 22a-136. Moratorium on construction of nuclear power facilities.

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Sec. 22a-137. Burial of nuclear radioactive waste regulated. Certain low-level wastes exempted.

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CHAPTER 446a RADIATION AND RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS

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Sec. 22a-148. (Formerly Sec. 19-24). Regulation of sources of ionizing radiation and radioactive materials.

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Sec. 22a-149. (Formerly Sec. 19-25). Use of radioactive material or isotopes to be registered.

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Sec. 22a-150. (Formerly Sec. 19-25a). Registration of x-ray devices.

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Sec. 22a-151. (Formerly Sec. 19-25b). Ionizing radiation: Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-152. (Formerly Sec. 19-25c). Agreements with federal government.

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Sec. 22a-153. (Formerly Sec. 19-25d). Duties of Commissioner of Environmental Protection. Consultants to Governor.

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Sec. 22a-154. (Formerly Sec. 19-25e). Licensing of sources of ionizing radiation.

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Sec. 22a-157. (Formerly Sec. 19-25h). Prohibited acts.

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Sec. 22a-158. (Formerly Sec. 19-25i). Records.

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Sec. 22a-159. (Formerly Sec. 19-25j). New England Compact on Radiological Health Protection.

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Sec. 22a-160. (Formerly Sec. 19-25k). Formulation and maintenance of radiation incident plan.

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Sec. 22a-161. Northeast Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Compact.

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Sec. 22a-161a. Commission membership.

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Sec. 22a-161b. Governor's powers.

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Sec. 22a-161c. Storage, treatment and disposal of radioactive waste.

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Sec. 22a-161d. Municipal approval required for disposal of waste generated outside Compact.

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Sec. 22a-162. Standards for the operation of sources of nonionizing radiation.

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Sec. 22a-162a. Compliance with standards.

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CHAPTER 446b MID-ATLANTIC STATES AIR POLLUTION CONTROL COMPACT

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Sec. 22a-167. (Formerly Sec. 19-524). Any court of competent jurisdiction defined.

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Sec. 22a-171. (Formerly Sec. 19-507). Duties of Commissioner of Environmental Protection.

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Sec. 22a-172. (Formerly Sec. 19-507a). Consultation by commissioner with other state officials.

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Sec. 22a-173. (Formerly Sec. 19-507c). Insured mortgage payments on new equipment used for air pollution control.

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Sec. 22a-174a. Annual fee. Schedule. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-174c. Modification, revocation and suspension of permits. Grounds.

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Sec. 22a-174d. Planting of trees or turf grass as condition of permit. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-174f. Market-based programs to achieve air quality standards. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-174g. California motor vehicle emissions standards.

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Sec. 22a-174h. High-emissions motor vehicles scrappage program.

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Sec. 22a-174i. Mobile emissions reduction credit programs for vehicle conversions.

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Sec. 22a-174j. Emissions performance standards applicable to emissions caused by electricity generation. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-174k. Outdoor wood-burning furnaces.

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Sec. 22a-174l. Emergency engines and distributed generation resources.

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Sec. 22a-174m. Sale of allowances from the combined heat and power long-term power purchase agreement set-aside account. Sale dates and price.

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Sec. 22a-181. (Formerly Sec. 19-517). Emergency action.

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Sec. 22a-186. Permit for the construction and operation of an air contaminant source.

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Sec. 22a-186b. Written notification of application for permit.

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Secs. 22a-187 and 22a-187a. Hazardous Air Pollutant Advisory Panel. Recommendations; annual report.

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Sec. 22a-188a. Small business stationary source assistance program: Compliance program; advisory panel.

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Sec. 22a-191. Air quality standard for dioxin and furan emissions.

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Sec. 22a-191a. Mercury emissions testing program. Sewage sludge incinerator stack testing.

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Sec. 22a-192. Evaluation of health risks.

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Sec. 22a-193. Reporting required for exceeding or deviating from permitted emissions limits.

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Sec. 22a-194. Definition of controlled substance.

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Sec. 22a-194a. Sale of new products manufactured using any controlled substance. Certification of compliance.

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Sec. 22a-194b. Standards for emissions of controlled substances from various sources.

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Sec. 22a-194d. Restriction on sale of containers of controlled substances.

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Sec. 22a-197. Sulfur dioxide emission standards: Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-198. Title IV sulfur dioxide emission standards. Credit trading. Suspension of credit trading prohibition by the commissioner.

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Sec. 22a-200a. Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions: Mandated levels. Reports.

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Sec. 22a-200b. Greenhouse gas emissions: Inventory, modeling scenarios, recommendations, schedule. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-200c. Implementation of Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative. Regional Greenhouse Gas account. Auctioning of allowances.

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Sec. 22a-201. Motor vehicle greenhouse gas emissions. Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-201a. Greenhouse gas labeling program for new motor vehicles.

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Sec. 22a-201c. Greenhouse gas reduction fee.

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Sec. 22a-207b. Solid waste disposal areas and transfer stations, permit required.

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Sec. 22a-208a. Permit for construction, alteration or operation of solid waste facility. Application, fee. Unpermitted solid waste disposal areas. Modified permits. Hearing. General permits: Procedures, regulations. Approval for demonstration project.

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Sec. 22a-208e. Quarterly reports by owners or operators of resources recovery facilities and recycling facilities. Deliveries to out-of-state facilities.

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Sec. 22a-208f. Scrap metal processor exempt from permit requirement.

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Sec. 22a-208g. Plan for disposal or recycling of ash residue generated by municipal solid waste incinerators or resources recovery facility. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-208h. Identification of solid waste facilities with capacity to accept municipal solid waste.

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Sec. 22a-208i. Composting of leaves. Regulations. Certain recycling facilities exempt from requirement of permit for solid waste facility.

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Sec. 22a-208j. Moratorium on permits for wood-burning facilities.

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Sec. 22a-208k. Demolition debris disposed of at wood-burning facilities.

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Sec. 22a-208l. Wood-burning facility. Types of wood to be burned.

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Sec. 22a-208m. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-208n. Wood-burning facility. Ambient air quality sampling. Air emissions monitoring.

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Sec. 22a-208o. Permits. Use of groundwater and surface waters for cooling tower use.

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Sec. 22a-208p. Location of wood-burning facility in area classified "GC". Conditions. Appeal.

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Sec. 22a-208q. Composting product. Presegregation. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-208r. Model demonstration composting facility.

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Secs. 22a-208s to 22a-208u. Definitions applicable to sections 22a-208s to 22a-208u, inclusive. Rescission of contract by cooperating developer of wood-burning facility. Payments by electric public service company includable as part of rate base.

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Sec. 22a-208x. Disposal options for certain types of bulky waste.

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Sec. 22a-208y. Resources recovery facility plan for disposal of special waste and processed construction and demolition waste.

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Sec. 22a-208z. Use of crushed recycled glass as cover material.

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Sec. 22a-208aa. Issuance of permit for solid waste facility located near housing development.

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Sec. 22a-208bb. Determination of need for ash residue disposal area operated by state quasi-public agencies. Timing. Submission of information.

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Sec. 22a-209. (Formerly Sec. 19-524c). Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-209a. Certain processed wood and wood fuel excluded from regulation as solid waste.

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Sec. 22a-209b. Biomedical waste. Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-209c. Biomedical waste. Disposal requirements.

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Sec. 22a-209d. Categories of materials not to be considered solid waste. Use of solids that are by-products of water treatment processes.

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Sec. 22a-209e. Certain lamp recycling facilities to be considered volume reduction plants.

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Sec. 22a-209f. Beneficial use of solid waste. General permit. Individual authorization.

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Sec. 22a-209h. Information to be provided concerning electric lamps containing mercury and management of spent lamps.

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Sec. 22a-209i. Universal waste rule. Fluorescent lamps. Equipment containing mercury.

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Sec. 22a-210. (Formerly Sec. 19-524d). Demonstration resource recovery systems or improved solid waste facilities.

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Sec. 22a-211. (Formerly Sec. 19-524e). Solid waste management plans for state and local or regional authorities. Closing of municipal landfill; plan required.

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Sec. 22a-212. (Formerly Sec. 19-524f). Grants to municipal and regional authorities for plan preparation.

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Sec. 22a-213. (Formerly Sec. 19-524g). Approval of solid waste disposal contracts. Contracts between municipalities and solid waste facilities.

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Sec. 22a-213a. Disposal of biomedical waste by generators.

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Sec. 22a-214. (Formerly Sec. 19-524h). Commissioner to administer and control funds.

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Sec. 22a-215. (Formerly Sec. 19-524i). Review of applications for federal funds.

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Sec. 22a-216. (Formerly Sec. 19-524j). Department to apply for and receive funds. Cooperation and agreements with federal government.

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Sec. 22a-217. (Formerly Sec. 19-524k). Grants to reduce solid waste volume reduction and disposal operation costs.

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Sec. 22a-218. (Formerly Sec. 19-524l). State aid to municipal and regional authorities for volume reduction plants and landfill operations.

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Sec. 22a-219. (Formerly Sec. 19-524m). Grants to municipal or regional authorities for improvements of waste disposal facilities.

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Sec. 22a-219a. Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-219b. Grants to municipalities for resources recovery facilities.

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Sec. 22a-219c. Grants to municipalities for resources recovery facilities operating on June 1, 1987.

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Sec. 22a-219d. Municipal Tipping Fee Fund.

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Sec. 22a-219e. Grants from Municipal Tipping Fee Fund.

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Sec. 22a-220. (Formerly Sec. 19-524n). Municipal provisions for solid waste disposal. Toxic or hazardous waste disposal. Recycling goal. Municipal representative. Report to commissioner. Program deficiencies.

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Sec. 22a-220a. Designation by municipality of areas for solid waste disposal. Designation of areas for items generated from residential properties. Registration of solid waste collectors. Reports by solid waste collectors. Scavenging.

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Sec. 22a-220b. Payments to municipalities by operators of solid waste land disposal facilities.

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Sec. 22a-220c. Notification to collectors re items required to be recycled. Warning notices. Inspections. Notification to municipalities re delinquent tipping fees.

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Sec. 22a-220d. Warning. Penalty.

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Sec. 22a-221. (Formerly Sec. 19-524o). Contracts with regard to solid waste management.

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Sec. 22a-221a. Operating committees declared to be public instrumentalities and political subdivisions of the state.

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Sec. 22a-221b. Disposal of solid waste collected from state facilities.

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Sec. 22a-222. Grants to resource recovery authorities for feasibility studies and development expenses for a resource recovery system or incinerator.

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Sec. 22a-223. Funds for preliminary feasibility studies of energy recovery systems or incinerators by governmental entities.

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Sec. 22a-224. Study and construction of resource recovery systems at certain state mental health hospitals. Contracts for purchase of steam or electricity from systems.

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Sec. 22a-225. Orders. Appeals.

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Sec. 22a-226. Civil penalty.

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Sec. 22a-226a. Penalty.

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Sec. 22a-226b. Penalty for violations placing another in imminent danger of death or bodily injury.

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Sec. 22a-226c. Penalty for illegal disposal of biomedical waste.

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Sec. 22a-226d. Municipal enforcement of solid waste disposal laws. Penalties.

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Sec. 22a-227. Municipal solid waste management plan.

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Sec. 22a-228. State-wide solid waste management plan. Regulations. Source reduction component.

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Sec. 22a-229. Consistency with plan. Polystyrene packaging.

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Sec. 22a-230. Orders to implement plan.

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Sec. 22a-231. Regulations re operating procedures for resources recovery facilities.

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Sec. 22a-232. Solid waste assessment. Penalty imposed for nonpayment.

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Sec. 22a-233. Solid waste account. Annual report.

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Sec. 22a-233a. Costs of testing.

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Sec. 22a-234. Advisory Board for Solid Waste Management Alternatives.

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Sec. 22a-234a. Assessment on solid waste processed at resources recovery facility or mixed municipal solid waste landfill. Hearing and appeal.

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Sec. 22a-235. Operations and maintenance plan.

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Sec. 22a-235a. List of municipalities without contracts to dispose of solid waste.

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Sec. 22a-235b. Solicitation of solid waste from municipalities on list prepared by commissioner.

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Sec. 22a-236. Applicability of certain sections to resources recovery facilities.

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Sec. 22a-237. Inspection of resources recovery facilities.

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Sec. 22a-238. Appointment of resources recovery facility inspector by municipality or group of municipalities. Regulations re qualifications.

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Sec. 22a-239. Chief elected official's right of access to facility for inspection of premises and review of records. Time allowed for response to complaints.

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Sec. 22a-239a. Independent management audits of resources recovery facilities.

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Sec. 22a-240. Public education on risk assessment and risk management.

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Sec. 22a-240a. Studies of dioxin levels in area of proposed resources recovery facilities.

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Sec. 22a-241. Municipal solid waste recycling program. Advisory council.

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Sec. 22a-241a. Revisions to state-wide solid waste management plan concerning recycling.

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Sec. 22a-241b. Regulations designating items required to be recycled. Separation of items designated for recycling. Prohibition on combining previously segregated designated recyclable items.

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Secs. 22a-241c and 22a-241d. Municipal provisions for recycling. Orders to municipalities to deliver recyclable items to regional intermediate processing centers if no revision to solid waste management plan delivered.

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Sec. 22a-241e. Orders if local processing not implemented.

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Sec. 22a-241f. Recyclable items prohibited in landfills and resources recovery facilities.

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Sec. 22a-241g. Noncompliance with recycling strategy.

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Sec. 22a-241h. Eligibility of single municipalities and certain regional solid waste authorities or operating committees for funds made available by Commissioner of Environmental Protection.

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Sec. 22a-241i. Commercial establishment. Penalty.

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Sec. 22a-241j. Municipal curbside or backyard collection of designated recyclable items. Exempt municipalities. Collector curbside or backyard collection of designated recyclable items. Exempt collectors.

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Sec. 22a-241k. (Note: This section is effective October 1, 2011.) Recycling receptacles for designated recyclable items at common gathering venues.

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Sec. 22a-241l. (Note: This section is effective July 1, 2012.) Solid waste contract requirement for provision re collection of designated recyclable items.

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Sec. 22a-243. (Formerly Sec. 22a-77). Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-244. (Formerly Sec. 22a-78). Beverage containers: Refund value; exceptions; labeling and design requirements.

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Sec. 22a-245. (Formerly Sec. 22a-79). Registration of redemption centers. Payment of refund value by dealers and distributors. Handling fee. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-245a. Special account of deposit initiator. Reimbursement payment. Reports. Deposit in General Fund. Subtraction of deficiency. Examination. Enforcement. Treatment as tax. Credit for containers donated for charitable purpose.

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Sec. 22a-245b. Exemption for small manufacturers re beverage containers containing noncarbonated beverages. Application. Approval.

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Sec. 22a-245c. Implementation delay re beverage containers containing noncarbonated beverages.

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Sec. 22a-245d. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-246. Penalties.

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Sec. 22a-247. (Formerly Sec. 22a-80). Legislative findings and declaration of policy.

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Sec. 22a-248. (Formerly Sec. 22a-81). Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-249. (Formerly Sec. 22a-82). Duties of commissioner re litter control and recycling.

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Sec. 22a-250. (Formerly Sec. 22a-87). Littering or dumping prohibited. Orders. Procedures. Penalties.

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Sec. 22a-250a. Forfeiture of vehicles used in violation of certain environmental laws.

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Sec. 22a-250b. Reward for information re illegal dumping.

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Sec. 22a-250c. Collection of civil penalties by state or municipalities.

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Sec. 22a-251. (Formerly Sec. 22a-88). Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-252. Disposal of asbestos.

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Secs. 22a-253 and 22a-254.

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Sec. 22a-255. Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-255a. Sale of certain beverage containers prohibited.

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Sec. 22a-255b. Identification code. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-255c. Symbols indicating packaging is recyclable or made of recycled material.

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Sec. 22a-255d. Regulations re packaging material.

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Sec. 22a-255e. Plastic bags and paper bags at retail establishments.

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Sec. 22a-255f. Public education program on waste reduction.

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Sec. 22a-255g. Legislative finding.

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Sec. 22a-255h. Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-255i. Sale of packaging components or packaging composed of lead, cadmium, mercury or hexavalent chromium.

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Sec. 22a-255j. Exempt packages and packaging components.

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Sec. 22a-255k. Certificates of compliance.

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Sec. 22a-255l. Penalties. Referral to Attorney General.

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Sec. 22a-255m. Report. Recommendations by department.

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Sec. 22a-256. "Consumer product" defined.

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Sec. 22a-256a. Recycling of nickel-cadmium batteries contained in consumer products.

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Sec. 22a-256b. Sale of nickel-cadmium batteries contained in consumer products. Exemption.

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Sec. 22a-256c. Recycling of mercuric oxide batteries. Notice by retailers. Disposal. Program for the collection of mercuric oxide batteries at senior citizen centers.

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Sec. 22a-256d. Sale of alkaline manganese batteries.

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Sec. 22a-256e. Sale of zinc-carbon batteries.

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Sec. 22a-256f. Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-256g. Batteries. Disposal. Penalties.

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Sec. 22a-256h. Deposit for batteries. Refunds. Disposal by retailer. Written notice. Penalty.

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Sec. 22a-256i. Acceptance of batteries by wholesalers. Inspections. Warnings and citations.

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Sec. 22a-256j. Tire tax.

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Secs. 22a-256k and 22a-256l.

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Sec. 22a-256m. Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-256n. Publishers: Use of newsprint with recycled content. Schedule.

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Sec. 22a-256o. Publishers: Failure to achieve percentages. Penalty.

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Sec. 22a-256p. Printers: Use of newsprint with recycled content. Schedule.

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Sec. 22a-256r. Annual reports. Exemption.

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Sec. 22a-256s. Report by commissioner.

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Sec. 22a-256t. Deposit of revenue into General Fund.

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Sec. 22a-256u. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-256v. Alternative standards for recycled newsprint.

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Sec. 22a-256y. Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-256z. Directory publishers: Use of directory stock with recycled fiber. Schedule.

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Sec. 22a-256aa. Directory publishers: Failure to achieve percentages. Penalty.

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Sec. 22a-256bb. Annual reports. Exemption.

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Sec. 22a-257. (Formerly Sec. 19-524p). Short title: Connecticut Solid Waste Management Services Act.

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Sec. 22a-258. (Formerly Sec. 19-524q). Legislative finding.

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Sec. 22a-259. (Formerly Sec. 19-524r). Declaration of state policy.

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Sec. 22a-260. (Formerly Sec. 19-524s). Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-261. (Formerly Sec. 19-524t). Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority established. Directors. President. Steering committee.

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Sec. 22a-262. (Formerly Sec. 19-524u). Purposes of authority.

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Sec. 22a-263. (Formerly Sec. 19-524v). Meetings. Records. Reports. Audits.

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Sec. 22a-263a. Information to be made available to public through the Internet.

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Sec. 22a-263b. Copies of independent audits to be submitted to General Assembly.

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Sec. 22a-264. (Formerly Sec. 19-524w). Activities and operations.

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Sec. 22a-265. (Formerly Sec. 19-524x). Powers, generally.

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Sec. 22a-265a. Expenditures for outside consultants.

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Sec. 22a-268b. Performance incentive plan for officers and employees of the authority.

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Sec. 22a-268c. Attorney General supervision over legal matters and claims from authority-Enron-Connecticut Light and Power Company transaction.

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Sec. 22a-268d. Temporary borrowing from the state to support repayment of debt on behalf of Mid-Connecticut Project. Financial mitigation plan. Reports. Discussions re extensions of municipal contracts. Reporting and examination for term of loans.

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Sec. 22a-268f. Special committees to study options for municipal solid waste disposal.

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Sec. 22a-269. (Formerly Sec. 19-524bb). Bonds of the authority.

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Sec. 22a-270a. Lessee under Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority project not liable for taxes on property leased from authority if payments in lieu of taxes are made per agreement.

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Sec. 22a-272a. Limit on use of bond proceeds for funding intermediate processing facilities.

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Sec. 22a-278. (Formerly Sec. 19-524kk). Bonding of personnel.

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Sec. 22a-279. (Formerly Sec. 19-524ll). Connecticut Solid Waste Management Advisory Council.

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Sec. 22a-281. (Formerly Sec. 19-524nn). Pilot project required.

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Sec. 22a-282. Solid waste disposal area. Payments to municipalities.

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Sec. 22a-283. Disposal of waste from municipal or private waste-to-energy plant.

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Sec. 22a-284. Agreement for administration of waste management project.

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Sec. 22a-285. Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-285a. Establishment of ash residue disposal area.

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Sec. 22a-285b. Application for permit for ash residue disposal area.

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Sec. 22a-285c. Operation of ash residue disposal area exempt from local zoning. Additional information required for permit.

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Sec. 22a-285d. Negotiated agreement, arbitration award or zoning approval required.

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Sec. 22a-285e. Application to initiate negotiation process. Municipal negotiating committee. Grants for review of proposed ash residue disposal area.

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Sec. 22a-285f. Participation by municipality in negotiation.

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Sec. 22a-285g. Negotiation.

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Sec. 22a-285h. Bond or other security required to ensure proper operation.

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Sec. 22a-285i. Chief elected official's right of access to inspect. Delegation of authority to inspect.

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Sec. 22a-285j. Petition alleging violation. Written report by commissioner.

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Sec. 22a-285k. Ownership of ash residue disposal area by authority. Disposal of ash residue limited to ash residue from solid waste generated in this state.

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Secs. 22a-286 to 22a-292.

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CHAPTER 446f INTERSTATE ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSION

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Sec. 22a-293. (Formerly Sec. 25-55). Tri-state compact.

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Sec. 22a-294. (Formerly Sec. 25-56). Interstate Environmental Commission Tri-State Compact.

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Sec. 22a-295. (Formerly Sec. 25-57). Commissioners; appointment; term; expenses.

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Sec. 22a-296. (Formerly Sec. 25-58). Officers. Votes.

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Sec. 22a-297. (Formerly Sec. 25-59). Regulations and orders.

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Sec. 22a-298. (Formerly Sec. 25-60). Enforcement. Investigations. Hearings.

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Sec. 22a-299. (Formerly Sec. 25-61). Powers to be supplemental.

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Sec. 22a-300. (Formerly Sec. 25-62). Notice of pollution. Public hearing. Orders.

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Sec. 22a-301. (Formerly Sec. 25-63). Cooperation with other authorities.

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Sec. 22a-302. (Formerly Sec. 25-64). Accounts. Reports.

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Sec. 22a-303. (Formerly Sec. 25-65). State comptrollers authorized to examine accounts.

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Sec. 22a-304. (Formerly Sec. 25-66). Study of smoke and air pollution.

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Sec. 22a-305. (Formerly Sec. 25-66a). Powers and duties re air pollution.

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Secs. 22a-306 and 22a-307.

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CHAPTER 446g NEW ENGLAND INTERSTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL COMPACT

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Sec. 22a-308. (Formerly Sec. 25-67). Appointment of commissioners.

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Sec. 22a-309. (Formerly Sec. 25-68). New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Compact.

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Sec. 22a-310. (Formerly Sec. 25-68a). Jurisdiction.

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Secs. 22a-311 to 22a-313.

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CHAPTER 446h SOIL CONSERVATION

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Sec. 22a-314. (Formerly Sec. 25-104). General duties of commissioner concerning soil and water erosion.

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Sec. 22a-315. (Formerly Sec. 25-104a). Soil and water conservation districts and boards; establishment, powers and council.

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Sec. 22a-316. (Formerly Sec. 25-105). Soil conservation equipment account.

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Sec. 22a-317. (Formerly Sec. 25-105a). State grants to county soil and water conservation districts.

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Sec. 22a-318. (Formerly Sec. 25-106). Watershed soil conservation, flood prevention, conservation programs. Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-319. (Formerly Sec. 25-107). Initiation of watershed area programs.

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Sec. 22a-320. (Formerly Sec. 25-108). Acquisition of land. State and federal assistance. Municipal participation.

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Sec. 22a-321. (Formerly Sec. 25-108a). Reimbursement of public service companies for relocation of facilities.

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Sec. 22a-322. (Formerly Sec. 25-109). Interstate agreements.

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Sec. 22a-323. (Formerly Sec. 25-109a). Use of flood water detention areas for park and recreation purposes.

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Sec. 22a-324. (Formerly Sec. 25-109b). Conveyance and transfer of real property for watershed program purposes.

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Sec. 22a-325. Short title: Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Act.

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Sec. 22a-326. Legislative finding; policy of the state.

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Sec. 22a-327. Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-328. Guidelines for soil erosion and sediment control.

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Sec. 22a-329. Municipal land use. Regulations.

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Secs. 22a-330 to 22a-335.

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CHAPTER 446i* WATER RESOURCES

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PART I GENERAL PROVISIONS

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Sec. 22a-336. (Formerly Sec. 25-2). Cooperation with other agencies. Right of entry in performance of duty.

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Sec. 22a-337. (Formerly Sec. 25-3). Commissioner's powers.

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Secs. 22a-338 and 22a-339. (Formerly Secs. 25-3b and 25-3c). Algae abatement and control program. Reimbursement of towns and lake authorities for algae and aquatic weed control programs.

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Sec. 22a-339a. Grants to improve water quality of lakes used for public recreation.

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Sec. 22a-339b. Criteria for grants. Public benefit.

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Sec. 22a-339c. Grant conditions.

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Sec. 22a-339d. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-339e. Municipal assessment for costs of lake management implementation measures.

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Sec. 22a-339f. Pilot program for lake preservation.

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Sec. 22a-339g. Control of nonnative invasive plant species.

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Sec. 22a-339h. Lake Beseck. Water level draw downs.

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Sec. 22a-340. (Formerly Sec. 25-3d). Channels for access to and from deep water to uplands.

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Sec. 22a-341. (Formerly Sec. 25-4). Approval of agreements or compacts.

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Sec. 22a-342. (Formerly Sec. 25-4a). Establishment of stream channel encroachment lines. Permits for encroachments, required findings. Fees.

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Sec. 22a-342a. Civil penalty.

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Sec. 22a-343. (Formerly Sec. 25-4b). Determination of lines.

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Sec. 22a-344. (Formerly Sec. 25-4c). Public hearing. Order establishing lines.

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Sec. 22a-345. (Formerly Sec. 25-4d). Nonconforming uses. Taking of existing structures by commissioner.

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Sec. 22a-346. (Formerly Sec. 25-4e.) Encroachment as nuisance.

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Sec. 22a-347. (Formerly Sec. 25-4f). Regulations and procedures.

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Sec. 22a-348. (Formerly Sec. 25-4g). Municipal powers.

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Sec. 22a-349. (Formerly Sec. 25-4h). Permitted agricultural or farming uses. Permitted uses within stream channel encroachment lines.

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Sec. 22a-349a. General permits for minor activities. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-350. (Formerly Sec. 25-5). Study of conditions relating to flood control.

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Sec. 22a-351. (Formerly Sec. 25-5a). Inventory of groundwater and surface water resources. Study of water policy needs.

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Sec. 22a-352. (Formerly Sec. 25-5b). Long-range plan for management of water resources.

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Sec. 22a-353. (Formerly Sec. 25-5c). Duties of Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management. Grants to regional planning agencies. Federal funds.

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Sec. 22a-354. (Formerly Sec. 25-5d). Appropriation of bond proceeds.

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Sec. 22a-354a. "Existing well fields" and "potential well fields", defined.

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Sec. 22a-354b. Standards for modeling and mapping of locations of aquifers.

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Sec. 22a-354c. Mapping of well fields by water companies.

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Sec. 22a-354d. Completion of mapping of well fields.

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Sec. 22a-354e. Inventory of land uses overlying aquifers.

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Sec. 22a-354f. Guidelines for inventory.

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Sec. 22a-354g. Findings.

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Sec. 22a-354h. Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-354i. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-354j. Consistency of aquifer regulations with regulations re farm resources management plans.

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Sec. 22a-354k. Groundwater education program.

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Sec. 22a-354l. Model municipal aquifer protection ordinance.

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Sec. 22a-354m. Farm resources management plans.

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Sec. 22a-354n. Delineation of aquifer protection areas on maps prepared by zoning commissions, planning commissions or planning and zoning commissions. Challenges to boundaries.

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Sec. 22a-354o. Municipal aquifer protection agency: Creation; members; regulation; training. Fines.

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Sec. 22a-354p. Municipal aquifer protection agency: Regulations, permits, fees. Approval of regulations. Authority of commissioner. Submission of documents.

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Sec. 22a-354q. Appeals.

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Sec. 22a-354r. Findings on appeal. Setting aside or modifying action. Authority to purchase land.

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Sec. 22a-354s. Penalty. Court orders.

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Sec. 22a-354t. Revocation of municipal authority to regulate aquifer protection areas.

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Sec. 22a-354u. Incentive program for public recognition of users of land within aquifer protection areas who implement innovative approaches to groundwater protection.

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Sec. 22a-354v. Technical training classes for members and staff of municipal aquifer protection agencies.

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Sec. 22a-354w. Guidelines for acquisition of lands surrounding public water supply well fields.

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Sec. 22a-354x. Duties of the commissioner. Technical, coordinating and research services. Supervision. Powers of the commissioner. Annual report.

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Sec. 22a-354y. Preparation of municipal assistance program by water companies.

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Sec. 22a-354z. Mapping by water companies of areas of contribution and recharge areas for existing and potential stratified drift wells.

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Sec. 22a-354aa. Strategic groundwater monitoring program in aquifer protection areas.

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Sec. 22a-354bb. Inventory of agricultural land uses overlying mapped well fields.

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Sec. 22a-354cc. Regulated activity allowed in municipal aquifer protection areas undergoing remedial action. Restrictions.

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Sec. 22a-355. (Formerly Sec. 25-5e). Land sales by water companies. Commissioner's duties.

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Sec. 22a-356. (Formerly Sec. 25-5f). Cost estimates re groundwater recharge and discharge.

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Sec. 22a-357. (Formerly Sec. 25-6). Special reports.

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Sec. 22a-358. (Formerly Sec. 25-7a). Sale of water by public water systems.

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Sec. 22a-359. (Formerly Sec. 25-7b). Regulation of dredging and erection of structures and placement of fill in tidal, coastal or navigable waters. Sunken or grounded vessels.

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Sec. 22a-360. (Formerly Sec. 25-7c). Establishment of boundaries.

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Sec. 22a-361. (Formerly Sec. 25-7d). Permit for dredging or erection of structures, placement of fill or mooring areas. Regulations. General permits. Removal of sand and gravel. Fee.

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Sec. 22a-361a. Civil penalty.

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Sec. 22a-362. (Formerly Sec. 25-7e). Violations as public nuisance.

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Sec. 22a-363. (Formerly Sec. 25-7f). Penalty for violation.

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Sec. 22a-363a. Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-363b. Activities eligible for certificate of permission. Exemptions. Issuance of certificate. Failure of commissioner to respond.

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Sec. 22a-363c. Application fee.

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Sec. 22a-363d. Emergency authorization. Expiration.

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Sec. 22a-363e. Failure to comply with order. Littoral owner as responsible party.

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Sec. 22a-363f. Cease and desist orders. Hearing. Decision.

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Sec. 22a-363g. Filing of permit, certificate or authorization on municipal land records.

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Sec. 22a-364. (Formerly Sec. 25-8). Stream gauging stations.

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Sec. 22a-365. Short title: Connecticut Water Diversion Policy Act.

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Sec. 22a-366. Legislative findings.

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Sec. 22a-367. Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-368. Registration of existing diversions. Permits. Transfer.

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Sec. 22a-368a. Reporting of current operating data.

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Sec. 22a-369. Application for permit. Information required.

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Sec. 22a-370. Notice to town re application.

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Sec. 22a-371. Request for additional information. Notice of completed application. Notice of hearing. Waiver of hearing.

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Sec. 22a-372. Commencement of hearing. Application and documents available for public inspection. Parties to proceedings. Regulations. Fees.

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Sec. 22a-373. Decision.

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Sec. 22a-374. Appeals.

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Sec. 22a-375. Investigation, suspension or revocation of permits. Inventory of diversions.

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Sec. 22a-376. Injunctions. Forfeiture. Penalties.

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Sec. 22a-377. Exemptions. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-378. Water supply emergency. Violation of water supply emergency order.

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Sec. 22a-378a. General permits for minor activities. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-379. Diversion permit. Fee.

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Sec. 22a-380. Water resources policy.

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Sec. 22a-381. Invasive Plants Council: Membership; meetings.

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Sec. 22a-381a. Duties and recommendations of the Invasive Plants Council.

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Sec. 22a-381b. Listing of invasive and potentially invasive plants by council. Criteria for listing. Approval by majority of council's membership.

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Sec. 22a-381c. Prohibition on purchase of invasive or potentially invasive plants by state agencies.

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Sec. 22a-381d. Prohibited actions re certain invasive plants. Exceptions. Municipal ordinances prohibited. Penalty.

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Sec. 22a-382.

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Secs. 22a-383 to 22a-390. (Formerly Secs. 25-10 to 25-12, 25-14 to 25-18). Removal of sand and gravel from lands under tidal and coastal waters.

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CHAPTER 446j* DAMS AND RESERVOIRS

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Sec. 22a-401. (Formerly Sec. 25-110). Powers and duties of commissioner. Notice by owners.

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Sec. 22a-402. (Formerly Sec. 25-111). Inspection of dams and other structures. Repair or removal. Notification to owner. Inspection by municipal chief elected official. Inspection of hydroelectric power generating facility owned by a water company. Water company notification. Inspection reports. Exemption for dams licensed by Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

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Sec. 22a-403. (Formerly Sec. 25-112). Permits for construction. Notice and requirements for hearing.

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Sec. 22a-404. (Formerly Sec. 25-113). Supervision of construction. Final plans.

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Sec. 22a-405. (Formerly Sec. 25-114). Certificate of approval.

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Sec. 22a-406. (Formerly Sec. 25-115). Liability of owner or operator.

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Sec. 22a-407. (Formerly Sec. 25-116). Violations. Penalty. Injunctions.

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Sec. 22a-408. (Formerly Sec. 25-117). Appeal.

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Sec. 22a-409. (Formerly Sec. 25-118). Survey and maps. Owners recording on land records. Standardized form. Registration of dams and similar structures. Inspection of dams by commissioner.

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Sec. 22a-410. (Formerly Sec. 25-119). Chapter not to limit power of other authority.

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Sec. 22a-411. General permits for minor activities. Procedures. Individual permits. Notice. Regulations.

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Secs. 22a-412 to 22a-415.

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CHAPTER 446k* WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

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Sec. 22a-416. (Formerly Sec. 25-26). Pollution of waterways. Qualifications of operators. Delegation of authority.

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Sec. 22a-417. (Formerly Sec. 25-26a). Discharge of sewage into tributaries of water supply impoundments or Salmon River.

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Sec. 22a-418. (Formerly Sec. 25-27). Complaints concerning pollution of waters; investigation; orders.

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Secs. 22a-419 to 22a-421.

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Sec. 22a-422. (Formerly Sec. 25-54a). Declaration of policy.

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Sec. 22a-423. (Formerly Sec. 25-54b). Definitions.

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Sec. 22a-424. (Formerly Sec. 25-54c). Powers and duties of commissioner.

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Sec. 22a-425. (Formerly Sec. 25-54d). Records.

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Sec. 22a-426. (Formerly Sec. 25-54e). *(See end of section for amended version and effective date.) Standards of water quality.

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Sec. 22a-427. (Formerly Sec. 25-54f). Pollution or discharge of wastes prohibited.

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Sec. 22a-428. (Formerly Sec. 25-54g). Orders to municipalities to abate pollution.

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Sec. 22a-429. (Formerly Sec. 25-54h). Order to person to abate pollution.

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Sec. 22a-430. (Formerly Sec. 25-54i). Permit for new discharge. Regulations. Renewal. Special category permits or approvals. Limited delegation. General permits.

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Sec. 22a-430a. Delegation of authority to issue certain permits to municipal water pollution control authorities.

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Sec. 22a-430b. General permits. Regulations.

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Sec. 22a-430c. Annual inventory of persons and municipalities in significant noncompliance.

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Sec. 22a-431. (Formerly Sec. 25-54j). Periodic investigation of discharges. Order to abate or submit information.

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Sec. 22a-432. (Formerly Sec. 25-54k). Order to correct potential sources of pollution.

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Sec. 22a-433. (Formerly Sec. 25-54l). Order to landowner.

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