Regulation Details

Alabama DEM Health Advisory for PFASs - Drinking Water

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alabama
Policy Type:
Misc-State
Focus:
General Information
Date Enacted/Amended:
05/18/2016
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

Sum of PFOA and PFOS: 70 ppt

Modified On: 7/26/2018 9:03 AM

Alabama Montgomery County, Pools and Spas Code

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alabama
Policy Type:
Code_Local
Focus:
General Information
Sub-Focus:
Pools & Spas
Date Enacted/Amended:
02/14/2018
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

The rules and regulations governing the design, construction, and operation of public swimming pools and spas.

Modified On: 4/2/2019 11:17 AM

Alabama Individual and Corporate Tax Laws

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alabama
Policy Type:
Law-State
Focus:
General Information
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

Alabama Individual and Corporate Tax Laws

Modified On: 8/1/2018 2:34 PM

Alabama Sales & Use Tax Laws

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alabama
Policy Type:
Law-State
Focus:
General Information
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

Alabama Sales & Use Tax Laws

Modified On: 8/1/2018 2:35 PM

Alabama Plumbing Code 410.1 - Drinking Fountains and Water Coolers

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alabama
Policy Type:
Code-State
Focus:
Standards - Compliance
Date Enacted/Amended:
12/31/2008
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

The State Building Commission adopted the 2009 IPC as a part of the State Building Code. Drinking fountains shall conform to ASME A112.19.1M, ASME A112.19.2M or ASME A112.19.9M and water coolers shall conform to ARI 1010. Drinking fountains and water coolers shall conform to NSF 61, section 9. Water coolers or bottled water dispensers shall be permitted to be substituted for not more than 50 percent of the required drinking fountains.

Modified On: 10/20/2017 1:31 PM

Alabama Plumbing Code 403 - Minimum Plumbing Facilities

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alabama
Policy Type:
Code-State
Focus:
General Information
Date Enacted/Amended:
12/31/2008
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

Section 403 lays out the minimum number of fixtures required in a building, this includes drinking fountains.

Modified On: 10/17/2017 10:35 AM

Alabama Plumbing Code.

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alabama
Policy Type:
Code-State
Focus:
General Information
Application:
Residential/Commercial
Date Enacted/Amended:
12/31/2008
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

Alabama uses the International Plumbing code (IPC) [2009 edition] that was adopted statewide with limitations and was adopted by local governments. Alabama also adopted by local governments the International Residential Code (IRC) established by the International Code Council. *Refer to IPC & IRC Model Code

Modified On: 6/6/2017 11:20 AM

Alabama Administrative Code.

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alabama
Policy Type:
Code-State
Focus:
General Information
Application:
Residential/Commercial
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

Alabama's Administrative Code as a resource

Modified On: 1/7/2016 8:37 AM

Alabama IPC/IRC State and Local Adoption

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alabama
Policy Type:
Code-State
Focus:
General Information
Application:
Residential/Commercial
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

State and county plumbing code adoptions

Modified On: 2/24/2015 11:42 AM

Alabama Administrative Code 355.6.10 - Water Quality Criteria

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alabama
Policy Type:
Code-State
Focus:
Discharge Requirements
Application:
Industrial
Date Enacted/Amended:
03/31/2014
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

Explains permits for discharge and the state's antidegradation policy

Modified On: 8/17/2016 8:10 AM

Alabama Administrative Code 335.7.6.12 - Chemical Additives and Materials

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alabama
Policy Type:
Code-State
Focus:
Standards - Certification
Sub-Focus:
Public Water Systems
Date Enacted/Amended:
05/25/2009
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

Chemicals used in water treatment have to be approved by the Department and the products must meet ANSI/NSF 60/61. The certification has to be performed by a program certified by ANSI.

Modified On: 7/1/2015 10:50 AM

Alaska DEC Cleanup Levels for PFASs - Groundwater

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alaska
Policy Type:
Misc-State
Focus:
General Information
Date Enacted/Amended:
08/24/2016
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

Groundwater levels for PFOS and PFOA: 0.4 ( µg/L)

Modified On: 7/26/2018 9:03 AM

Alaska Tax Code

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alaska
Policy Type:
Code-State
Focus:
General Information
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

Alaska Tax Code

Link to Policy:
http://tax.alaska.gov/
Modified On: 8/1/2018 2:35 PM

Alaska Administrative Code 18.80.370 - Variances

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alaska
Policy Type:
Code-State
Focus:
Public Water Systems
Sub-Focus:
Variance/Exemption
Date Enacted/Amended:
07/24/2010
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

The requirements of 40 CFR 142.40-142.46 are adopted by reference in 18 AAC 80.010(a) and applies to the department's issuance of a variance to a public water system.

Modified On: 2/24/2015 11:43 AM

Alaska Administrative Code 18.80.371 - Small Systems Variance

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alaska
Policy Type:
Code-State
Focus:
Public Water Systems
Sub-Focus:
Variance/Exemption
Date Enacted/Amended:
07/24/2010
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

40 CFR 142.301-142.309 are adopted by reference in 18 AAC 80.010(a) and applies to the department's issuance of a variance to a public water system serving fewer than 10,000 people that cannot comply with MCLs or treatment techniques required by this chapter.

Modified On: 2/24/2015 11:43 AM

Alaska Administrative Code 18.80.375 - Exemptions

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alaska
Policy Type:
Code-State
Focus:
Public Water Systems
Sub-Focus:
Variance/Exemption
Date Enacted/Amended:
07/24/2010
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

40 CFR 142.50-142.57 are adopted by reference in 18 AAC 80.010(a) and applies to the department's issuance of an exemption to a public water system that cannot comply with MCLs or treatment techniques required by this chapter, or cannot implement measures to develop alternative sources of water supply.

Modified On: 2/24/2015 11:43 AM

Alaska Administrative Code 18.80.365 - Non-Centralized Treatment Devices

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alaska
Policy Type:
Code-State
Focus:
Public Water Systems
Sub-Focus:
Non-Centralized Treatment
Date Enacted/Amended:
04/23/2009
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

The use of bottled water or point-of-use treatment devices used by a community water system or a non- transient non-community water system to achieve compliance with an MCL or the requirements for lead and copper is prohibited except on a temporary basis to avoid an unreasonable risk to health or if required be the department. Bottled water or point-of-use treatment devices can also be a condition of granting an variance or exemption. Further requirements for using bottled water, point-of-use, and point-of-entry devices are explained in this section. This includes certifying the performance of the point-of-use treatment device after performing field testing and a sealed engineering design review of the point-of-use treatment device.

Modified On: 2/24/2015 11:43 AM

Alaska Statute 46.15.030 - Water Rights

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alaska
Policy Type:
Law-State
Focus:
General Information
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

Wherever occurring in a natural state, the water is reserved to the people for common use and is subject to appropriation and beneficial use and to reservation of instream flows and levels of water as provided in this chapter. To obtain water rights, the landowner must file an application with the Alaska Department of Natural Resources. Once the application is processed, a permit will be issued to drill a well or divert the water. Once the full amount of water that a landowner can use beneficially has been established, a certification of appropriation will be issued. The duration of the water right is perpetual if the water use and quantity remain the same.

Modified On: 11/2/2016 3:18 PM

Alaska Plumbing Code 415 - Drinking Fountain Alternatives

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alaska
Policy Type:
Code-State
Focus:
General Information
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

The Department of Labor and Workforce Development adopted the 2012 UPC. Where food is consumed indoors, water stations shall be permitted to be substituted for drinking fountains. Drinking fountains shall not be required for an occupant load of 30 or less.

Modified On: 8/31/2015 3:02 PM

Alaska Plumbing Code 415 - Drinking Fountains

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alaska
Policy Type:
Code-State
Focus:
Standards - Compliance
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

Drinking fountains shall be self-closing and comply with NSF 61 and to the applicable standards referenced in Table 1401.1.

Modified On: 8/31/2015 3:05 PM

Alaska Plumbing Code - Minimum Plumbing Facilities

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alaska
Policy Type:
Code-State
Focus:
General Information
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

Section 422.1 lays out the minimum number of fixtures required in a building, this includes drinking fountains.

Modified On: 9/8/2015 1:56 PM

Alaska Administrative Code 18.72 - Softener/Filter/Reverse Osmosis Discharge

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alaska
Policy Type:
Code-State
Focus:
Discharge Requirements
Sub-Focus:
Softener - Discharge/Rerouting
Date Enacted/Amended:
06/30/2012
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

Backwash water from filters and water softeners and reject water from reverse osmosis units, is 25 feet away from the source of drinking water for a private water system.

Modified On: 10/17/2017 10:36 AM

Alaska Plumbing Code.

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alaska
Policy Type:
Code-State
Focus:
General Information
Application:
Residential/Commercial
Date Enacted/Amended:
10/22/2014
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

Alaska uses the Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC) [2012 Edition] established by the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials. *Refer to Model Code UPC

Modified On: 6/6/2017 10:22 AM

Alaska Plumbing Code Amendment - Lead

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alaska
Policy Type:
Code-State
Focus:
Standards - Compliance
Application:
Residential/Commercial
Date Enacted/Amended:
03/05/2016
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

the use of a pipe or pipe fitting containing more than 8.0 percent lead, or of solder or flux containing more than 0.2 percent lead in the installation or repair of a public water system or in the installation or repair of plumbing of a residential or nonresidential facility that provides water for human consumption is prohibited. This subsection does not apply to the use of leaded joints necessary to repair cast iron pipe.

Modified On: 10/20/2017 1:34 PM

Alaska Administrative Code.

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alaska
Policy Type:
Code-State
Focus:
General Information
Application:
Residential/Commercial
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

The Alaska Administration Code as a resource

Modified On: 1/7/2016 8:37 AM

Alaska IPC/IRC State and Local Adoption

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alaska
Policy Type:
Code-State
Focus:
General Information
Application:
Residential/Commercial
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

State and County plumbing code adoptions

Modified On: 2/24/2015 11:44 AM

Alaska Administrative Code 18.70 - Water Quality Standards and NPDES

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alaska
Policy Type:
Code-State
Focus:
Discharge Requirements
Application:
Industrial
Date Enacted/Amended:
07/01/2003
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

This part of the code addresses the state's antidegradation policy and implementation of NPDES

Modified On: 2/24/2015 11:44 AM

Alaska Administrative Code Article 5 - Public Swimming Pools and Spas

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alaska
Policy Type:
Code-State
Focus:
General Information
Sub-Focus:
Pools & Spas
Date Enacted/Amended:
12/22/1993
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

Rules and regulations for public swimming pools and spas.

Modified On: 8/17/2016 8:10 AM

Alaska Administrative Code 18.80.360 - Non-Centralized Treatment Devices

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alaska
Policy Type:
Code-State
Focus:
Public Water Systems
Sub-Focus:
Non-Centralized Treatment
Date Enacted/Amended:
04/28/2009
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

A community water system or non-transient non-community water system may use a point-of-entry treatment device to meet the MCLs set under 18 AAC 80.300(b) (1) and (2) (A)-(B). The device must meet the listed requirements in this section.

Modified On: 10/20/2017 1:33 PM

Alaska Administrative Code 18.80.320 Waiver for Synthetic Organic Chemicals

Region:
United States
State/Country:
Alaska
Policy Type:
Code-State
Focus:
Public Water Systems
Sub-Focus:
Waivers
Date Enacted/Amended:
07/24/2010
Policy Status:
Current
Policy Highlight:

In order to receive a waiver for monitoring requirements of synthetic organic chemicals the requirements listed in this section must be achieved.

Modified On: 2/24/2015 11:48 AM
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