Title: Groundwater Discharge Permittting in Florida, Changes and/or Additions Are Reflected in Bold Print
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Title: Groundwater Discharge Permittting in Florida, Changes and/or Additions Are Reflected in Bold Print
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: Jake Varn Collection - Groundwater Discharge Permittting in Florida, Changes and/or Additions Are Reflected in Bold Print (JDV Box 89)
General Note: Box 19, Folder 10 ( Dept. of Regulation - Groundwater Discharge Permitting - 1990 ), Item 3
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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Bibliographic ID: WL00004303
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: Levin College of Law, University of Florida
Holding Location: Levin College of Law, University of Florida
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GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE PERMITTING
IN FLORIDA

January 23, 1990

CHANGES AND/OR ADDITIONS ARE REFLECTED IN BOLD PRINT

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III. GROUNDWATER QUALITY STANDARDS

A. Primary Drinking Water Standards Rule 17-550.310

2. Organics

a. Chlorinated hydrocarbons
PRINTED AS: (4) Toxaphene 0.0005

SHOULD BE: (4) Toxaphene 0.005


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PRINTED AS:
3. Turbidity 5 units

SHOULD BE:
3. Turbidity (average for two 5 units
consecutive days)



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6. Volatile Organics

i. p-Dichlorobenzene 75 ug/l
j. 1,1-Dichloroethene 7 ug/l



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PRINTED AS:
B. Secondary Drinking Water Standards Rule 17-22.220

SHOULD BE:
B. Secondary Drinking Water Standards Rule 17-550.320











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Contaminant MCL mg/1

PRINTED AS:
10. pH 6.5

SHOULD BE:
10. pH 6.5 8.5



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VI. ENFORCEMENT

PRINTED AS:
B. Petroleum Contamination Sites Chapter 17-70

SHOULD BE:
B. Petroleum Contamination Sites Chapter 17-770


PRINTED AS:
1.

SHOULD BE:
1.

PRINTED AS:
2.

SHOULD BE:
2.

PRINTED AS:
3.

SHOULD BE:
3.

PRINTED AS:



SHOULD BE:


Initial Remediation Action Rule 17-70.006


Initial Remediation Action Rule 17-770.300


Quality Assurance Project Plan Rule 17-70.007


Quality Assurance Project Plan Rule 17-770.400


Contamination Assessment (CA) Rule 17-70.008


Contamination Assessment (CA) Rule 17-770.600


c. The objectives of the CA are listed in Rule
17-70.008(2).


c. The objectives of the CA are listed in Rule
17-770.600(2).










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PRINTED AS:

4. Contamination Assessment Report (CAR) Rule 17-
70.009
SHOULD BE:
4. Contamination Assessment Report (CAR) Rule 17-
770.630

PRINTED AS:
5. Remedial Action Plan (RAP) Rule 17-70.010

SHOULD BE:
5. Remedial Action Plan (RAP) Rule 17-770.700

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PRINTED AS:
6. Remedial Action Rule 17-70.011

SHOULD BE:
6. Remedial Action Rule 17-770.730

PRINTED AS:
7. Site Rehabilitation Completion Rule 17-70.012

SHOULD BE:
7. Site Rehabilitation Completion Rule 17-770.760


C. Developments in Case Law
PRINTED AS:
1. Sunshire Jr. Stoes, Inc. v. DER, So. 2d (Fla. 1st)
DCA 1989).

SHOULD BE:
1. Sunshine Jr. Stores, Inc. v. DER, 14 FLW 640 (Fla. 1st
DCA 1989).
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VII. Other Relevant Case Law

PRINTED AS:
3. Alliance for Rational Groundwater Routes v. DER, 10
FALR 2419 (DOAH 4/18/89) Partial invalidation of
Groundwater rules. Presently on appeal
SHOULD BE:
3. DER v. Alliance for Rational Groundwater Rules, Inc.,
14 FLW 2722 (Fla. 1st DCA 1989).




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