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Regulation 61-58: State Primary Drinking Water Regulations

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61-58 State Primary Drinking Water Regulations
61-58.1 Construction and Operation Permits
61-58.2 Groundwater Sources and Treatment
61-58.3 Surface Water Sources and Treatment
61-58.4 Finished Water Pumping, Storage and Distribution
61-58.5 Maximum Contaminant Levels in Drinking Water
61-58.6 Reports, Record Retention and Public Notification of Drinking Water Violations
61-58.7 Operation and Maintenance
61-58.8 Emergency Procedures
61-58.9 Variances and Exemptions
61-58.10 Filtration and Disinfection
61-58.11 Control of Lead and Copper
61-58.12 Consumer Confidence Reports
61-58.13 Disinfectant Residuals, Disinfection Byproducts, and Disinfection Byproduct Precursors (Stage 1 Disinfectants and Disinfection Byproducts Rule)
61-58.14 Initial Distribution System Evaluations
61-58.15 Stage 2 Disinfection Byproducts Requirements
61-58.16 Ground Water Rule
61-58.17 Revised Total Coliform Rule
Appendix A to 61-58.6 Violations and Other Situations Requiring a Public Notice
Appendix B to 61-58.6 Standard Health Effects Language for Public Notification
Appendix C to 61-58.6 List of Acronyms Used in Public Notification Regulation
Appendix D to 61-58.12 Consumer Confidence Reports: Regulated Contaminants

61-58: State Primary Drinking Water Regulations

A. General
B. Definitions
C. Appeals
D. Severability
E. Violations and Penalties

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61-58.1: Construction and Operation Permits

A. Applicability
B. Requirements for Construction Permits
C. Engineer's Report
D. Application for Public Water System Construction Permit
E. Construction Plans
F. Specifications
G. Design Data
H. Requirements for a General Construction Permit
I. Delegated Review Program
J. Revisions to Approved Plans
K. Requirements for Obtaining Approval to Place Permitted Construction into Operation
L. Drinking Water Dispensing Stations and Vending Machines
M. Bottled Water
N. Request for Review of Permit Decisions
O. Operating Permits

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61-58.2: Groundwater Sources and Treatment

A. Applicability
B. Groundwater Development
C. General Design Requirements
D. Groundwater Treatment
E. Chemical Application
F. Waste Handling and Disposal

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61-58.3: Surface Water Sources and Treatment

A. Applicability
B. Surface Water Development
C. General Design Requirements
D. Surface Water Treatment
E. Chemical Application
F. Waste Handling and Disposal

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61-58.4: Finished Water Pumping, Storage and Distribution Facilities

A. Applicability
B. Pumping Facilities
C. Finished Water Storage
D. Distribution Systems
E. Public Buildings
F. Lead Ban
G. Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR)

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61-58.5: Maximum Contaminant Levels in Drinking Water

A. Applicability
B. Maximum Contaminant Levels for Inorganic Chemicals
C. Primary Inorganic Chemical Sampling and Analytical Requirements
D. Maximum Contaminant Levels for Organic Chemicals
E. Organic Chemicals Other than Total Trihalomethanes, Sampling and Analytical Requirements
F. Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCLs) for Microbiological Contaminants
G. Microbiological Contaminant Sampling and Analytical Requirements
H. Maximum Contaminant Levels for Radionuclides
I. Monitoring Frequency and Compliance Requirements for Radionuclides in Community Water Systems
J. Maximum Contaminant Level Goals for Radionuclides
K. Analytical Methods for Radionuclides
L. [Reserved]
M. [Reserved]
N. Maximum Contaminant Levels for Volatile Synthetic Organic Chemicals (VOCs)
O. VOC Monitoring, Sampling and Analytical Requirements
P. Maximum Contaminant Levels for Disinfection Byproducts
Q. Maximum Residual Disinfectant Levels (MRDLs) for Disinfectants
R. Secondary Maximum Contaminant Levels
S. Secondary Maximum Contaminant Levels Sampling and Analytical Requirements
T. Special Monitoring for Inorganic and Organic Contaminants
U. Special Monitoring for Sodium
V. Special Monitoring for Corrosivity Characteristics
W. Special Monitoring and Notification Requirements
X. Monitoring of Consecutive Public Water Systems
Y. Criteria and Procedures for Public Water Systems using Point of-Entry Devices
Z. Use of Other Non-Centralized Treatment Devices
AA. Treatment Techniques
BB. Approved Laboratories
CC. Alternative Analytical Techniques

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61-58.6: Reports, Record Retention and Public Notification of Drinking Water Violations

A. Applicability
B. Reporting Requirements
C. Reports to be Submitted
D. Record Keeping
E. Public Notification of Drinking Water Violations

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61-58.7: Operation and Maintenance

A. Applicability
B. General Requirements for Operation and Maintenance of Public Water Systems
C. Surface Water Treatment Plants
D. Groundwater Sources and Treatment Plants
E. Distribution Systems and Storage Tanks
F. Cross Connection Control
G. Operation and Maintenance Requirements for Drinking Water Vending Machines and Dispensing Stations 
H. Operating and Monitoring Requirements for Bottled Water Plants
I. Operation and Maintenance of Aquifer and Recovery (ASR) Wells

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61-58.8: Emergency Procedures

A. Applicability
B. Emergency Preparedness Plan
C. Operation Under Emergency Conditions 
D. Withdrawals of Surface Water and Groundwater During Drought and Other Emergency Conditions

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61-58.9: Variances and Exemptions

A. Applicability 
B. Variances 
C. Exemptions
D. Variances from the Maximum Contaminant Level for Total Trihalomethanes
E. Variances from the Maximum Contaminant Level for Fluoride
F. Variances and Exemptions from the Maximum Contaminant Levels for Organic and Inorganic Chemicals and Exemptions from the Treatment Technique for Lead and Copper
G. Variances and Exemptions from the Maximum Contaminant Level for Total Coliforms
H. Variances from Exemptions from the Filtration and Disinfection Requirements
I. Variances from Exemptions from the Maximum Contaminant Levels for Radionuclides

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61-58.10: Filtration and Disinfection

A. Applicability
B. General Requirements
C. Criteria for Avoiding Filtration
D. Disinfection
E. Filtration
F. Analytical and Monitoring Requirements
G. Reporting and Recordkeeping Requirements
H. Enhanced Filtration and Disinfection – Systems Serving 10,000 or More People (Interim Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule)
I. Enhanced Filtration and Disinfection – Systems Serving Fewer Than 10,000 People (Long Term 1 Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule)
J. Recycle Provisions (Filter Backwash Recycling Rule)
K. Enhanced Treatment for Cryptosporidium (Long Term 2 Surface Water Treatment Rule)

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61-58.11: Control of Lead and Copper

A. Applicability
B. General Requirements
C. Applicability of Corrosion Control Treatment Steps to Small, Medium-Size and Large Water Systems
D. Description of Corrosion Control Treatment Requirements
E. Source Water Treatment Requirements
F. Lead Service Line Replacement Requirements
G. Public Education and Supplemental Monitoring Requirements
H. Monitoring Requirements for Lead and Copper in Tap Water
I. Monitoring Requirements for Water Quality Parameters
J. Monitoring Requirements for Lead and Copper in Source Water
K. Analytical Methods
L. Reporting Requirements
M. Recordkeeping Requirements

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61-58.12: Consumer Confidence Reports

A. Applicability
B. Effective Dates
C. Content of the Reports
D. Required Additional Health Information
E. Report Delivery and Recordkeeping

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61-58.13: Disinfectant Residuals, Disinfection Byproducts, and Disinfection Byproduct Precursors (Stage 1 Disinfectants and Disinfection Byproducts Rule)

A. Applicability
B. General Requirements
C. Monitoring Requirements
D. Compliance Requirements
E. Reporting and Recordkeeping Requirements
F. Treatment Technique for Control of Disinfection Byproduct (DBP) Precursors

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61-58.14: Initial Distribution System Evaluations

A. Applicability
B. General Requirements
C. Standard Monitoring
D. System Specific Studies
E. 40/30 Certification
F. Very Small System Waivers
G. Stage 2 Disinfection Byproducts Rule Compliance Monitoring Location Recommendations

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61-58.15: Stage 2 Disinfection Byproducts Requirements

A. Applicability
B. General Requirements
C. Routine Monitoring
D. Stage 2 DBP Monitoring Plans
E. Reduced Monitoring
F. Additional Requirements for Consecutive Systems
G. Conditions Requiring Increased Monitoring
H. Operational Evaluation Levels
I. Requirements for Remaining on Reduced TTHM and HAA5 Monitoring Based on R.61-58.13 Results
J. Requirements for Remaining on Increased TTHM and HAA5 Monitoring Based on R.61-58.13 Results
K. Reporting and Recordkeeping Requirements

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61-58.16: Ground Water Rule

A. Applicability
B. General Requirements
C. Compliance Date
D. Sanitary Surveys for Ground Water Systems
E. Ground Water Source Microbial Monitoring and Analytical Methods
F. Treatment Technique Requirements for Ground Water Systems
G. Treatment Technique Violations for Ground Water Systems
H. Reporting and Recordkeeping for Ground Water Systems

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61-58.17: Revised Total Coliform Rule

A. Applicability
B. General Requirements
C. Analytical Methods and Laboratory Certification
D. General Monitoring Requirements for All Public Water Systems
E. Routine Monitoring Requirements for Non-Community Water Systems Serving 1,000 or Fewer People Using Only Ground Water
F. Routine Monitoring Requirements for Community Water Systems Serving 1,000 or Fewer People Using Only Ground Water
G. Routine Monitoring Requirements for Subpart H Public Water Systems Serving 1,000 or Fewer People
H. Routine Monitoring Requirements for Public Water Systems Serving more than 1,000 People
I. Repeat Monitoring and E.coli Requirements
J. Coliform Treatment Technique Triggers and Assessment Requirements for Protection Against Potential Fecal Contamination
K. Violations
L. Reporting and Recordkeeping

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Appendix A to 61-58.6: Violations and Other Situations Requiring a Public Notice

A. Microbiological Contaminants
B. Inorganic Chemicals (IOCs)
C. Lead and Copper Rule (Action Level for Lead is 0.015 mg/L, for Copper is 1.3 mg/L)
D. Synthetic Organic Chemicals (SOCs)
E. Volatile Organic Chemicals (VOCs)
F. Radioactive Contaminants
G. Disinfection Byproducts (DBPs), Byproduct Precursors, Disinfectant Residuals
H.Other Treatment Techniques
    II. Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring
    III. Public Notification for Variances and Exemptions
    IV. Other Situations Requiring Public Notification  

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Appendix B to 61-58.6: Standard Health Effects Language for Public Notification

A. Microbiological Contaminants
B. Surface Water Treatment Rule (SWTR), Interim Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule (IESWTR), Long Term 1 Enhanced Water Surface Treatment Rule (LT1ESWTR) and Filter Backwash Recycling Rule (FBRR) Violations
C. Inorganic Chemicals (IOCs)
D. Lead and Copper Rule
E. Synthetic Organic Chemicals (SOCs)
F. Volatile Organic Chemicals (VOCs)
G. Radioactive Contaminants
H. Disinfection Byproducts (DBPs), Byproduct Precursors, and Disinfectant Residuals
I. Disinfection Byproducts (DBPs), Byproduct Precursors, and Disinfectant Residuals

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Appendix C to 61-58.6: List of Acronyms Used in Public Notification Regulation

Appendix D to 61-58.12: Consumer Confidence Reports: Regulated Contaminants

Microbiological Contaminants
Radioactive Contaminants
Inorganic Contaminants
Synthetic Organic Contaminants Including Pesticides and Herbicides
Volatile Organic Contaminants

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