(1) Reclamation operations and other activities intended to protect public health and safety and the environment must continue during the period of any suspension order unless otherwise provided in the order.
(2) If a suspension order will not completely abate the imminent danger to the health or safety of persons outside the permit or license area in the most expeditious manner physically possible, the director or the director's authorized representative shall impose affirmative obligations on the person to whom it is issued to abate the condition, practice, or violation. The order must specify the time by which abatement must be accomplished and may require, among other things, the use of existing or additional personnel and equipment.
(3) A notice or order may not be vacated because of inability to comply.
(4) If a permit or license has been suspended or revoked, the operator or licensee may not conduct any operations or prospecting pursuant to the permit or license and shall:
(a) if the permit or license is revoked, complete reclamation within the time specified in the order;
(b) if the permit or license is suspended, abate all conditions, practices, or violations, as specified in the order.