17.74.506 DECONTAMINATION PERFORMANCE, ASSESSMENT, AND INSPECTION
(1) The department requires the certified methamphetamine cleanup contractor to submit the following documentation for the department to confirm that the decontamination standard provided in 75-5-1303, MCA, has been met for an inhabitable property, and for the department to remove the property from the list of contaminated property maintained pursuant to 75-10-1306, MCA:
(a) the assessment plan, which shall be prepared by a certified methamphetamine cleanup contractor in accordance with ARM 17.74.520;
(b) the decontamination work plan, which shall be prepared by a certified methamphetamine cleanup contractor in accordance with ARM 17.74.520; and
(c) documentation that the decontamination standard in 75-10-1303, MCA, is met pursuant to representative sampling and inspection conducted in accordance with the final clearance plan, which shall be prepared by a certified methamphetamine cleanup contractor in accordance with ARM 17.74.520.
(2) Upon confirmation by the department that an inhabitable property has been properly remediated to the standards provided in 75-10-1303, MCA, and ARM 17.74.505, the department shall issue a certificate of fitness or closure letter to the property owner of record.
(3) At any reasonable time, upon presentation of credentials, for the purpose of determining compliance with the provisions of this subchapter, an employee or agent of the department may:
(a) enter and inspect any place at which an inhabitable property assessment, work, or final clearance project is being conducted pursuant to this subchapter; or
(b) enter any place at which records pertinent to an inhabitable property assessment, work, or final clearance project conducted pursuant to this subchapter are maintained and examine or copy any such records.
History: 75-10-1303, MCA; IMP, 75-10-1303, MCA; NEW, 2006 MAR p. 1042, Eff. 4/21/06; AMD, 2014 MAR p. 2651, Eff. 10/24/14; AMD, 2022 MAR p. 1812, Eff. 9/24/22.