Bill Summary for H 268 (2019-2020)

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Mar 5 2019

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View NCGA Bill Details2019-2020 Session
House Bill 268 (Public) Filed Tuesday, March 5, 2019
AN ACT TO DISAPPROVE CERTAIN WASTEWATER TREATMENT AND DISPERSAL RULES ADOPTED BY THE NORTH CAROLINA COMMISSION FOR PUBLIC HEALTH, TO CREATE A TASK FORCE TO RECOMMEND NEW WASTEWATER TREATMENT AND DISPERSAL RULES, TO CREATE STANDARDS FOR AN ON-SITE WASTEWATER EVALUATOR; AND TO MAKE TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS.
Intro. by Brody, Wray.

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Disapproves the following rules, as adopted by the North Carolina Commission for Public Health on August 8, 2018, and approved by the Rules Review Commission on October 18, 2018: 15A NCAC 18E .0103 (Incorporation by Reference), 15A NCAC 18E .0105 (Definitions), 15A NCAC 18E .0303 (Licensed or Certified Professionals), 15A NCAC 18E .0401 (Design Daily Flow), 15A NCAC 18E .0402 (Septic Tank Effluent Characteristics), 15A NCAC 18E .0403 (Adjustments to Design Daily Flow), 15A NCAC 18E .0505 (Soil Depth), 15A NCAC 18E .0805 (Tank Leak Testing and Installation Requirements) 15A NCAC 18E .1401 (Plans for Prefabricated Tanks), 15A NCAC 18E .1402 (Tank Design and Construction), and 15A NCAC 18E .1404 (Plans and Specifications for Risers, Effluent Filters, and Pipe Penetration Boots).

Disapproves the following rules, as adopted by the North Carolina Commission for Public Health on August 8, 2018, and approved by the Rules Review Commission on November 15, 2018: 15A NCAC 18E .1002 (Reclaimed Water Systems), 15A NCAC 18E .1101 (General Dosing System Requirements), 15A NCAC 18E .1102 (Pump Dosing), 15A NCAC 18E .1104 (Siphon Dosing), 15A NCAC 18E .1105 (Timed Dosing), 15A NCAC 18E .1106 (Pressure Dosed Gravity Distribution Devices), 15A NCAC 18E .1202 (Siting and Sizing Criteria for Advanced Pretreatment Systems with a Design Daily Flow Less Than or Equal to 1,500 Gallons/Day), 15A NCAC 18E .1203 (Siting and Sizing Criteria for Advanced Pretreatment Systems with a Design Daily Flow Greater Than 1,500 Gallons/Day and Less Than or Equal to 3,000 Gallons/Day), 15A NCAC 18E .1204 (Advanced Pretreatment Drip Dispersal Systems), 15A NCAC 18E .1205 (Advanced Pretreatment Sand Lined Trench Systems), 15A NCAC 18E .1206 (Advanced Pretreatment Bed Systems), 15A NCAC 18E .1303 (Owner Responsibilities for Wastewater System Operation and Maintenance), 15A NCAC 18E .1304 (Management Entity Responsibilities for Wastewater System Operation and Maintenance), 15A NCAC 18E .1305 (Local Health Department Responsibilities for Wastewater System Operation and Maintenance), 15A NCAC 18E .1306 (System Malfunction and Repair), 15A NCAC 18E .1307 (Wastewater System Abandonment), 15A NCAC 18E .1701 (General), 15A NCAC 18E .1702 (Application), 15A NCAC 18E .1703 (Department and Commission Application Review), 15A NCAC 18E .1704 (Approval Criteria for Provisional Systems), 15A NCAC 18E .1705 (Approval Criteria for Innovative Systems), 15A NCAC 18E .1706 (Approval Criteria for Accepted Systems), 15A NCAC 18E .1707 (Design and Installation Criteria for Provisional, Innovative, and Accepted Approvals), 15A NCAC 18E .1709 (Wastewater Sampling Requirements for Advanced Pretreatment Systems), 15A NCAC 18E .1710 (Compliance Criteria for Advanced Pretreatment Systems), 15A NCAC 18E .1711 (Provisional and Innovative Approval Renewal), 15A NCAC 18E .1712 (Authorized Designers, Installers, and Management Entities), and 15A NCAC 18E .1713 (Local Health Department Responsibilities).

Disapproves the following rules, as adopted by the North Carolina Commission for Public Health on August 8, 2018: 15A NCAC 18E .0508 (Available Space), 15A NCAC 18E .1301 (Operation and Maintenance of Wastewater Systems), and 15A NCAC 18E .1708 (Modification, Suspension, and Revocation of Approvals).

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