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State Update Volume 41, Issue 12

Arkansas: Energy

The Department of Human Services adopted the Weatherization Assistance Program. The program administers grants to assist low-income families with weatherization in compliance with the Energy Conservation and Production Act. The rule took effect April 1, 2011. http://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/elections_pdfs/register/Feb-March11%20Reg/016.20.11-001.pdf.

Energy

Colorado: Waste

The Department of Public Safety adopted 8 Colo. Code. Regs. §1507.25, Rules and Regulations Concerning the Permitting, Routing, & Transportation of Hazardous and Nuclear Materials in the Intrastate Transportation of Agricultural Products in the State of Colorado. Regulation changes reflect changes to port of entry nuclear materials inspection and investigative authorities, changes to rules governing the issuance of nuclear materials transportation permits, and updates to current federal regulations.

Waste

Colorado: Waste

The Department of Public Health and Environment proposed to amend 6 Colo. Code. Regs. §1007.2, Regulations Pertaining to Solid Waste Sites and Facilities. Changes relate to applications for solid waste disposal sites. There will be a public hearing on May 17, 2011. http://www.sos.state.co.us/CCR/Upload/NoticeOfRulemaking/ProposedRuleAttach2011-00221.RTF.

Waste

Colorado: Waste

The Department of Public Health and Environment proposed to amend 6 Colo. Code. Regs. §1007.3, Hazardous Waste, to add "notice of environmental use restriction" to the list of documents subject to review fees. There will be a public hearing on May 17, 2011. http://www.sos.state.co.us/CCR/Upload/NoticeOfRulemaking/ProposedRuleAttach2011-00213.RTF.

Waste

Florida: Air

The Department of Environmental Protection proposed to amend 62 Fla. Admin. Code §210.200, Stationary Sources--General Requirements, and §213.202, Operation Permits for Major Sources of Air Pollution. The proposal would eliminate Title V air general permits and replace them with non-Title V air general permits. The deadline for comment is April 29, 2011. https://www.flrules.org/gateway/ruleNo.asp?id=62-210.200.

Air

Illinois: Air

The Environmental Protection Agency amended 35 Ill. Admin. Code 180, Procedures and Criteria for Reviewing Applications for Provisional Variances. Changes eliminate the Air Pollution Control Board's role in reviewing and ruling on applications for provisional variances. Changes took effect March 22, 2011. http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/departments/index/register/register_volume35_issue15.pdf pp. 6161-70.

Air

Indiana: Wildlife

The Natural Resources Commission amended 312 Ind. Admin. Code §9.5.4 to remove the four-toed salamander from and add the plains leopard frog and mole salamander to the list of endangered species of reptiles and amphibians. The rule takes effect May 13, 2011. http://www.in.gov/legislative/iac/20110413-IR-312110196NIA.xml.pdf.

Wildlife

Louisiana: Water

The Office of Conservation amended LAC 56:I chapters 1, 3, 5, and 7 to address numerous typographical changes arising as a result of Act 437 of 2009, which transferred the duties and responsibilities relative to groundwater resources, water wells, and drillers from the Department of Transportation and Development to the Department of Natural Resources.

Water

Montana: Air

The Board of Environmental Review amended Mont. Admin. R. 17.8.763, pertaining to revocation of permit. Changes relate to failed attempts to reach the permittee by certified mail. The amendment was certified to the Secretary of State on April 4, 2011. http://sos.mt.gov/arm/Register/archives/MAR2011/MAR11-07.pdf p. 568.

Air

Montana: Water

The Board of Environmental Review proposed to amend Mont. Admin. Code 17.38.101, 17.38.106, 17.38.502, 17.38.511, and 17.38.513 pertaining to plans for public water supply or wastewater system, fees, definitions, water supply, and chemical treatment of water. Changes would add a definition for "rural distribution systems." There will be a public hearing May 11, 2011. http://sos.mt.gov/arm/Register/archives/MAR2011/MAR11-07.pdf pp. 521-27.

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