Connecticut Law
Title 25 Water Resources. Flood And Erosion Control


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Connecticut Laws | Title 25 Water Resources. Flood And Erosion Control

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PART III WATER SUPPLIES

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Sec. 25-32. Department of Public Health jurisdiction over and duties concerning water supplies, water companies and operators of water treatment plants and water distribution systems.

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Sec. 25-32a. "Consumer" and "water company" defined.

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Sec. 25-32b. Public drinking water supply emergency.

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Sec. 25-32c. Civil penalty.

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Sec. 25-32d. Water supply plans.

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Sec. 25-32e. Imposition of civil penalties for violations of certain drinking water laws and regulations.

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Sec. 25-32f. Testimony by commissioner on municipal actions. Appeals.

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Sec. 25-32g. Orders to correct immediate threats to public water supplies.

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Sec. 25-32h. Residential retrofit program, civil penalty.

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Sec. 25-32i. Residential Water-Saving Advisory Board.

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Sec. 25-32j. Installation of reduced-pressure-principle backflow preventers, when required.

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Sec. 25-32k. Provision of educational materials to water company customers addressing water conservation, water supply source protection, and the health effects and sources of lead and copper. Civil penalty.

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Sec. 25-32l. Inclusion of educational materials on water conservation may be required in water supply plans.

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Sec. 25-32m. Sale of bottled water by water company or municipality.

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Sec. 25-32n. Water service to a school administration building from a well.

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Sec. 25-33. Water company: Reporting and record retention requirements. Plan required for construction or expansion of a water supply system or a proposed new source of water supply. Regulations.

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Sec. 25-33a. State grants for water facilities. State bond authorization.

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Sec. 25-33b. Regulations re loans and grants to water companies.

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Sec. 25-33c. Legislative finding.

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Sec. 25-33d. Definitions.

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Sec. 25-33e. Delineation of public water supply management areas.

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Sec. 25-33f. Water utility coordinating committees. Membership.

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Sec. 25-33g. Assessment of water supply conditions and problems. Exclusive service area boundaries.

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Sec. 25-33h. Coordinated water system plan. Regulations.

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Sec. 25-33i. Consistency with plan. Restriction on approval of public water supply system.

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Sec. 25-33j. Contract for services to water utility coordinating committee.

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Sec. 25-33k. Abandonment of source of water supply. Definition. Application and notification to municipalities. Basis for commissioner's decision.

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Sec. 25-33l. Sale of source, potential source or abandoned source of water supply.

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Sec. 25-33m. Priority for acquisition of source, potential source or abandoned source of water supply.

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Sec. 25-33n. Annual report on water planning process.

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Sec. 25-33o. Water Planning Council: Composition, duties, advisory group, report.

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Sec. 25-33p. Annual report on Water Planning Council.

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Sec. 25-34. Investigation of water or ice supply.

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Sec. 25-35. Enforcement agents.

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Sec. 25-36. Orders of department; appeals; civil penalty.

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Sec. 25-37. Penalties.

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Sec. 25-37a. Legislative finding and purpose.

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Sec. 25-37b. Definitions.

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Sec. 25-37c. Regulations. Classification of land owned by or acquired from a water company.

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Sec. 25-37d. Commissioner to adopt regulations re permit applications. Referral to consultant. Appointment of professional review team.

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Sec. 25-37e. Duties of commissioner re permit applications.

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Sec. 25-37f. Report to General Assembly.

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Sec. 25-37g. Prohibition of sale of certain water company owned land.

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Sec. 25-37h. Notification of security interest required.

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Sec. 25-37i. Use of municipally-owned watershed land for construction and operation of golf course.

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Sec. 25-38. Carcass of animal in water supply.

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Sec. 25-39. Pollution of drinking water.

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Sec. 25-39a. Monitoring of public water supplies for organic chemicals. Listing of harmful carcinogens. Reports re.

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Sec. 25-39b. Installation of vinyl-lined pipe restricted. Report by commissioner.

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Sec. 25-39c. Installation of asbestos cement pipe restricted. Determination by commissioner re health hazard.

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Sec. 25-39d. List of hazardous substances to be submitted to health director.

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Sec. 25-39e. Restriction on use of lead solder in potable water systems. Sale of lead solder.

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Sec. 25-40. Analysis of water. Schedule of fees, when applicable.

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Sec. 25-40a. Notification of violation of national primary drinking water standards.

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Sec. 25-41. Cemetery not to be within one-half mile of reservoir.

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Sec. 25-42. Power to take lands and streams.

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Sec. 25-43. Bathing in and pollution of reservoirs. Aircraft on reservoirs. Penalties.

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Sec. 25-43a. Penalties applicable to one not owner, lessee or guest.

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Sec. 25-43b. Power of Department of Public Health not affected.

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Sec. 25-43c. Permitted recreation in watersheds and reservoirs.

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Sec. 25-44. Appointment of special police.

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Sec. 25-45. Local ordinances concerning reservoirs.

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Sec. 25-46. Interstate waters used for drinking water supply.

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Secs. 25-47 to 25-50. Ice: Pollution of source, notices, exception; control of sources of supply, notices. Ice from outside this state; examination. Penalties.

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Sec. 25-51. Injunction against injury to water supply or source.

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Sec. 25-52. Cemeteries not to be near ice ponds.

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Sec. 25-53. Abatement of nuisance.

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Sec. 25-54. Sale of ice regulated.

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