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(1)  In issuing a compliance or emergency order the department may require the following actions:

(a)  monitoring to determine residue levels, trends and movement of agricultural chemicals in ground water, soils or other materials;

(b)  characterization of ground water features such as direction of flow, depth and rate of flow;

(c)  inventory of wells, surface water features, springs, groundwater recharge areas, and other ground water resources in the area or in a SMZ that may be affected;

(d)  monitoring the direction, depth and rate of movement of any impaired or degraded ground water;

(e)  removal and disposal, relocation or treatment of soil or other materials;

(f)  provision for alternate water supplies for drinking and suitable water for irrigation and other beneficial uses;

(g)  provision for removal or reduction of agricultural chemicals from impaired or degraded ground water using appropriate clean-up technology;

(h)  procedural or operational changes that prevent, reduce or minimize the probability of ground water impairment or degradation from agricultural chemicals; and

(i)  other provisions deemed appropriate to protect ground water.

(2)  The department may require that persons who are served with a compliance or emergency order submit a written plan that describes the procedures for conducting corrective actions. Examples of procedures that may be required include quality assurance procedures, analytical methods, detection limits, sampling and monitoring methods, clean-up and the other provisions of this rule.

History: Sec. 80-15-105, MCA; IMP, Sec. 80-15-403 and 80-15-405, MCA; NEW, 1990 MAR p. 2244, Eff. 12/28/90.

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