1 Supp. 17-4 Supplement to the Arizona Administrative Code The official compilation of Arizona Rules Replacement Check List For rules filed in the fourth quarter between October 1 - December 31. 2017. Within the stated calendar quarter, this TITLE contains all rules made, amended, repealed, renumbered, and recodified; or rules that have expired or were terminated due to an agency being eliminated under sunset law. These rules were either certified by the Governor's Regulatory Review Council or the Attorney General's Office; or exempt from the rulemaking process, and filed with the Office of the Secretary of State. Refer to the historical notes for more information. Please note that some rules you are about to remove may still be in effect after the publication date of this Supplement. Therefore, all superseded material should be retained in a separate binder and archived for future reference. TITLE 18. ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY CHAPTER 09. Department of ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY - Water Pollution Control Sections, Parts, Exhibits, Tables or Appendices modified Article 6.
2 Repealed Article 7. Use of Recycled Water R18-9-601 through R18-9-603; R18-9-701 through R18-9-720; R18-9-A701 through R18-9-A707; R18-9-B701. through R18-9-B710; R18-9-C701, R18-9-D701, R18-9-D702, R18-9-E701. REMOVE Supp. 16-3 REPLACE with Supp. 17-4. Pages: 1 - 129 Pages: 1 - 132. The agency's contact person who can answer questions about rules in this CHAPTER : Name: Heidi M. Haggerty (Welborn). Address: Arizona Department of ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY Water QUALITY Division 1110 W. Washington Street Phoenix, AZ 85007. Telephone: (602) 771-4815 (This number may be reached toll-free in state by dialing 1-800-234-5677 and entering the seven digit number at any time during the automated message.). E-mail: Disclaimer: Please be advised the person listed is the contact of record as submitted in the rulemaking package for this supplement. The contact and other information may change and is provided as a public courtesy. PUBLISHER. Arizona Department of State Office of the Secretary of State, Administrative Rules Division i PREFACE.
3 Under Arizona law, the Department of State, Office of the Secretary of State (Office), accepts state agency rule filings and is the publisher of Arizona rules. The Office of the Secretary of State does not interpret or enforce rules in the Administrative Code. Questions about rules should be directed to the state agency responsible for the promulgation of the rule. Scott Cancelosi, Director ADMINISTRATIVE RULES DIVISION. December 31, 2017. RULES SESSION LAW REFERENCES. 41-1001(17) states: Rule' means an agency statement Arizona Session Law references in the introduction of a CHAPTER of general applicability that implements, interprets, or prescribes can be found at the Secretary of State's website, law or policy, or describes the procedures or practice require- ments of an agency.. EXEMPTIONS FROM THE APA. THE ADMINISTRATIVE CODE It is not uncommon for an agency to be exempt from the steps The Arizona Administrative Code is where the official rules of outlined in the rulemaking process as specified in the Arizona the state of Arizona are published.
4 The Code is the official codi- Administrative Procedures Act, also known as the APA (Arizona fication of rules that govern state agencies, boards, and commis- Revised Statutes, TITLE 41, CHAPTER 6, Articles 1 through 10). sions. Virtually everything in your life is affected in some way by Other agencies may be given an exemption to certain provisions rules published in the Arizona Administrative Code, from the of the Act. QUALITY of air you breathe to the licensing of your dentist. This CHAPTER is one of more than 230 in the Code compiled in 21 Titles. An agency's exemption is written in law by the Arizona State Legislature or under a referendum or initiative passed into law by ADMINISTRATIVE CODE SUPPLEMENTS Arizona voters. Rules filed by an agency to be published in the Administrative Code are updated quarterly. Supplement release dates are printed When an agency files an exempt rulemaking package with our on the footers of each CHAPTER : Office it specifies the law exemption in what is called the pre- amble of rulemaking.
5 The preamble is published in the Arizona First Quarter: January 1 - March 31 Administrative Register online at , click on Second Quarter: April 1 - June 30 the Administrative Register link. Third Quarter: July 1 - September 30. Fourth Quarter: October 1 - December 31 In the Administrative Code the Office includes editor's notes at the beginning of a CHAPTER indicating that certain rulemaking For example, the first supplement for the first quarter of 2017 is Sections were made by exempt rulemaking. Exempt rulemaking cited as Supp. 17-1. notes are also included in the historical note at the end of a rulemaking Section. HOW TO USE THE CODE. Rules may be in effect before a supplement is released by the The Office makes a distinction to certain exemptions because Office. Therefore, the user should refer to issues of the Arizona some rules are made without receiving input from stakeholders or Administrative Register for recent updates to rule Sections. the public. Other exemptions may require an agency to propose exempt rules at a public hearing.
6 ARTICLES AND SECTIONS. Rules in chapters are divided into Articles, then Sections. The EXEMPTIONS AND PAPER COLOR. R stands for rule with a sequential numbering and lettering If you are researching rules and come across rescinded chapters system separated into subsections. on a different paper color, this is because the agency filed a Notice of Exempt Rulemaking. At one time the office published HISTORICAL NOTES AND EFFECTIVE DATES exempt rules on either blue or green paper. Blue meant the au- Historical notes inform the user when the last time a Section was thority of the exemption was given by the Legislature; green updated in the Administrative Code. Be aware, since the Office meant the authority was determined by a court order. In 2001 the publishes each quarter by entire chapters, not all Sections are Office discontinued publishing rules using these paper colors. updated by an agency in a supplement release. Many times just one Section or a few Sections may be updated in the entire PERSONAL USE/ commercial USE.
7 CHAPTER . This CHAPTER is posted as a public courtesy online, and is for private use only. Those who wish to use the contents for resale or ARIZONA REVISED STATUTE REFERENCES profit should contact the Office about commercial Use fees. For The Arizona Revised Statutes ( ) are available online at the information on commercial use fees review Legislature's website, An agency's authority and 1 1, R1-1-113. note to make rules is often included at the beginning of a CHAPTER . Other Arizona statutes may be referenced in rule under the Public Services managing rules editor, Rhonda Paschal, assisted acronym. with the editing of this CHAPTER . ii 18 9 Arizona Administrative Code TITLE 18, Ch. 9. Department of ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY Water Pollution Control TITLE 18. ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY . CHAPTER 9. DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY - WATER POLLUTION CONTROL. ARTICLE 1. AQUIFER PROTECTION PERMITS R18-9-B202. Design Report ..21. GENERAL PROVISIONS R18-9-B203. Engineering Plans and Specifications.
8 21. R18-9-B204. Treatment Performance Requirements for a New Section Facility ..22. R18-9-101. Definitions .. 5. R18-9-B205. Treatment Performance Requirements for an R18-9-102. Facilities to which Articles 1, 2, and 3 Do Not Existing Facility ..23. Apply .. 7. R18-9-B206. Treatment Performance Requirements for R18-9-103. Class Exemptions .. 7. Expansion of a Facility ..23. R18-9-104. Transition from Notices of Disposal and Groundwater QUALITY Protection Permitted ARTICLE 3. AQUIFER PROTECTION PERMITS . Facilities .. 7 GENERAL PERMITS. R18-9-105. Permit Continuance .. 7. PART A. GENERAL PROVISIONS. R18-9-106. Determination of Applicability .. 7. R18-9-107. Consolidation of Aquifer Protection Permits .. 8 Section R18-9-108. Public Notice .. 8 R18-9-A301. Discharging Under a General Permit ..23. R18-9-109. Public Participation .. 8 R18-9-A302. Point of Compliance 25. R18-9-110. Inspections, Violations, and Enforcement .. 9 R18-9-A303. Renewal of a Discharge Authorization ..25.
9 R18-9-111. Repealed .. 9 R18-9-A304. Notice of Transfer ..26. R18-9-112. Repealed .. 9 R18-9-A305. Facility Expansion ..26. R18-9-113. Repealed .. 9 R18-9-A306. Closure ..26. R18-9-114. Repealed .. 9 R18-9-A307. Revocation of Coverage Under a General Permit R18-9-115. Repealed .. 9 ..27. R18-9-116. Repealed .. 9 R18-9-A308. Violations and Enforcement For On-site R18-9-117. Repealed .. 9 Wastewater Treatment Facilities ..27. R18-9-118. Repealed .. 9 R18-9-A309. General Provisions for On-site Wastewater R18-9-119. Repealed .. 9 Treatment Facilities ..27. R18-9-120. Repealed .. 9 R18-9-A310. Site Investigation for Type 4 On-site Wastewater R18-9-121. Repealed .. 9 Treatment Facilities ..30. R18-9-122. Repealed .. 9 R18-9-A311. Facility Selection for Type 4 On-site Wastewater R18-9-123. Repealed .. 9 Treatment Facilities ..34. R18-9-124. Repealed .. 9 R18-9-A312. Facility Design for Type 4 On-site Wastewater R18-9-125. Repealed .. 9 Treatment Facilities ..34. R18-9-126. Repealed.
10 9 R18-9-A313. Facility Installation, Operation, and Maintenance R18-9-127. Repealed .. 9 for On-site Wastewater Treatment Facilities ..40. R18-9-128. Repealed .. 10 R18-9-A314. Septic Tank Design, Manufacturing, and R18-9-129. Repealed .. 10 Installation for On-site Wastewater Treatment R18-9-130. Repealed .. 10 Facilities ..41. Appendix I. Repealed .. 10 R18-9-A315. Interceptor Design, Manufacturing, and Installation for On-site Wastewater Treatment ARTICLE 2. AQUIFER PROTECTION PERMITS . Facilities ..43. INDIVIDUAL PERMITS. R18-9-A316. Transfer of Ownership Inspection for On-site PART A. GENERAL PROVISIONS Wastewater Treatment Facilities ..43. R18-9-A317. Nitrogen Management Area ..44. Section R18-9-A201. Individual Permit Application .. 10 PART B. TYPE 1 GENERAL PERMITS. R18-9-A202. Technical Requirements .. 11 Section R18-9-A203. Financial Requirements .. 12 R18-9-B301. Type 1 General Permit ..45. R18-9-A204. Contingency Plan .. 14. R18-9-A205. Alert Levels, Discharge Limitations, and AQLs 15 PART C.