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State of Maine subsurface wastewater disposal rules, chapter 241.

Maine. Dept. of Human Services.

State of Maine subsurface wastewater disposal rules, chapter 241.

by Maine. Dept. of Human Services.

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Published by Dept. of Human Services, Division of Health Engineering in Augusta, Me. (State House Station no. 10, Augusta 04333) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Maine.
    • Subjects:
    • Sewerage -- Law and legislation -- Maine.

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title.

      Other titlesSubsurface wastewater disposal rules.
      ContributionsMaine. Division of Health Engineering.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKFM359.S4 A32 1982
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 v. (loose-leaf) :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3144833M
      LC Control Number82622527

      Pursuant to L.D. , the rd Maine Legislature required entities seeking to construct and operate crematories to be licensed by DHHS. Registration approval from the DHHS, Division of Environmental Health is required prior to such operation and construction. MAINE SUBSURFACE WASTE WATER DISPOSAL RULES CMR SUMMARY This rule governs the siting, design, construction and inspection of subsurface wastewater disposal systems in order to protect the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Maine. Approved procedures, design and siting requirements, materials, methods and administrative polices are described in detail.

      A subsurface waste water disposal system that has been installed pursuant to section and rules adopted under Ti section 42 within 3 years prior to the closing date of the transfer of property is not subject to the inspection requirements of paragraph A. [PL , c. , §2 (NEW).]. [Regulated under the Maine Subsurface Wastewater Disposal Rules, CMR , or the Maine Internal Plumbing Code, CMR ]; (i) Toilets and facilities for washing hands are not provided, properly installed or designed, accessible or convenient; DepartmentFile Size: KB.

      Section “Subsurface wastewater disposal rules” shall mean the rules established by the state of Maine under Chapter , 22 MRSA 42(3), 42 (3-B). Section “Storm drain” (sometimes termed storm sewer) shall mean a drain or sewer for conveying water, groundwater, subsurface water, or unpolluted water from any source. Section File Size: KB. Revisions to the Maine Subsurface Wastewater Disposal Rules, CMR Effective Date August 1, In the fall of a task force of individuals involved in the fi eld of onsite wastewater disposal was organized for the purpose of reviewing the Subsurface Wastewater Disposal Rules. As several individuals from the pri-.


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State of Maine subsurface wastewater disposal rules, chapter 241 by Maine. Dept. of Human Services. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cmr chapter state of maine subsurface wastewater disposal rules department of health & human services maine center for disease control & prevention division of environmental health 11 state house station augusta, maine effective date: janu appropriation a chapter state of maine.

subsurface wastewater disposal rules. department of health & human services. maine center for disease control & prevention. division of environmental health. 11 state house station. augusta, maine effective date: august 3, appropriation a cmr File Size: KB.

In the event the lot in question does not meet the criteria established in ,the lot may be used for subsurface wastewater disposal if the subsurface wastewater disposal system is otherwise in compliance with these rules and is approved in writing by the Department.

Review fees. chapter state of maine. subsurface wastewater disposal rules. department of health & human services. maine center for disease control & prevention. division of environmental health. 11 state house station. augusta, maine effective date: janu appropriation a cmr chapter state of maine.

subsurface wastewater disposal rules. department of health & human services. maine center for disease control & prevention. division of environmental health. 11 state house station. augusta, maine effective date: janu appropriation a chapter division of. CMR MAINE SUBSURFACE WASTE WATER DISPOSAL RULES CMR SUMMARY This rule governs the siting, design, construction and inspection of subsurface wastewater disposal systems in order to protect the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Maine.

Approved procedures, design and siting requirements, materials. Chapter MAINE SUBSURFACE WASTE WATER DISPOSAL RULES A CMR SUMMARY This rule governs the siting, d esign, construction and inspection of subsurface waste water disposal systems in order to protect the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Maine.

Approved procedures, design and siting requirements, materials, methods andFile Size: KB. The improvement of any existing subsurface wastewater disposal method serving a structure built prior to July 1, is deemed eligible for consideration as a replacement system under the conditions of SectionCMR Maine Subsurface Wastewater Disposal Rules; Current Edition; if all of the following conditions are met.

B.3 If there is less than 20 feet of suitable soil between the system and the waterbody/course, the site is considered unacceptable for subsurface wastewater disposal. The only option offered under the Rules is a holding tank. Wells: Variances to the Rules required setback of feet to a well shall meet the requirements of Chapter 7.

If the. A complete HHE (Subsurface Wastewater Disposal System Application) if a separate building for showers and/or toilets are associated with the pool or spa OR if the pool backwash discharges to a subsurface system. For existing systems installed aftercheck with your Town Office, or apply for a record search.

Systems older than have. chapter state of maine. subsurface wastewater disposal rules. department of health & human services. maine center for disease control & prevention.

division of. environmental health. 11 state house station. augusta, maine effective date: august 3, 5. Abbreviation for the Maine State Planning Office. Subsurface Wastewater Disposal Rules: Code of Maine Regulations, Chapterreferred to as SSWD Rules. Temporary Authorization: A mechanism whereby a person may be temporarily authorized to hold a position as LPI, in order to obtain proper credentials for appointment.

CMR SUMMARY. These rules describe the requirements. for minimum lot sizes. and for waivers to the. Minimum Lot Size Law, 12 MRSA § BASIS STATEMENT: These Rules provide minimum State requirements for minimum lot sizes for developments using onsite subsurface wastewater disposal to assure environmental sanitation and safety.

State of Maine subsurface wastewater disposal rules, chapter by Maine. Dept. of Human Services.,Dept. of Human Services, Division of Health Engineering edition, in English - Rev.

State of Maine subsurface wastewater disposal rules, chapter by Maine. Dept. of Human Services.; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Law and legislation, Sewerage; Places: Maine.

CMR: Abbreviation for Code of Maine Rules. For example, A CMR identifies Section 9 of Chapter of the Rules of the Bureau of Health within the Department of Human Services, Maine Subsurface Wastewater Disposal Rules. Coarse soil horizon: A soil horizon in which more than 50% of the volume is comprised of rockFile Size: KB.

if g.p.s, state margin of error:_____ I certify that on _____ (date) I completed a site evaluation on this property and state that the data reported are accurate and that the proposed system is in compliance with the State of Maine Subsurface Wastewater Disposal Rules (A CMR ).

TYPE OF WATER SUPPLY 1. Drilled Well 2. State rules. A municipal ordinance may not be less restrictive than the rules of the department relating to subsurface wastewater disposal systems as adopted under Ti section The rules of the department relating to all subsurface wastewater disposal systems have full force and effect, provided that, to the extent that a municipality has enacted more restrictive ordinances, the.

“Facility” means all structures assigned wastewater discharge volume according to the Maine Subsurface Waste Water Disposal Rules (Subsurface Rules) CMRthat are either connected to the waste discharge system or will use it during normal operation.

Graywater. Subsurface sewage disposal. The department shall adopt minimum rules relating to subsurface sewage disposal systems. All rules, including installation and inspection rules, must be consistent with Title A, chaptersubchapter III and Ti chap but this does not preempt the authority of municipalities under Title A, section to adopt more restrictive ordinances.

3. Penalties. Any person who installs or orders the installation of any plumbing or subsurface wastewater disposal system without the permit required by this section or who otherwise violates this section must be penalized in accordance with section The municipality or the department may seek to enjoin violations of this section.A subsurface waste water disposal application, dated after July 1,exists, showing that the dwelling’s system substantially complies with the Maine Subsurface Wastewater Disposal Rules ( CMR ) in effect at the time of application, and applicable municipal ordinances.Maine’s Subsurface Wastewater Code As the programs grew in size and State and Federal laws changed or were enacted – many of the activities were transferred to other agencies.

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