(1) In addition to the other reports indicated above, each facility is
required to prepare the following plans and reports:
(a) an annual report describing in full all ground
water sampling, water level measurements, modifications to the monitoring well
network, inspections, maintenance activity and construction or operational
events at the facility that may affect the monitoring well network;
(b) a ground water monitoring plan indicating:
(i) the ground water monitoring wells designated
by the owner or operator and the department as wells included in the ground
water monitoring network for active and closed portions of the facility;
(ii) the approximate dates of sampling for each of
the ground water monitoring wells; and
(iii) periodic updates and revisions to the ground water monitoring plan to ensure
monitoring of new active and closed portions of the facility. An owner or operator must update the ground
water monitoring plan at least once each 5 years, except for closed facilities
whose plans must be updated at least
every 10 years.
(2) If no major plan or report is being prepared
at the time of new well construction, development, or rehabilitation, then all
required documentation of this work must be submitted to the department within
90 days of the start of work on the well.
Otherwise the well construction and development details will be attached
as an appendix to the major plan or report.
(3) The department may require the facility owner
or operator to prepare other reports or plans if those reports and plans are
determined by the department to be necessary to protect public health or
(4) A copy of all plans, reports, studies and
other ground water monitoring methods
or activities must be supplied to the department and placed in the operating
(5) Revisions, changes, and additional
requirements of the department must be
incorporated into the operating records at a facility.