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Powers and Duties Concerning Water Pollution Control (Indiana Code: Title 13 Environment; Article 18 Water Pollution Control; Chapter 3)

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This chapter of the Indiana Code provides for the government powers and duties concerning water pollution control. More specifically, it provides for the duties of the environmental rules board of Indiana; adoption of rules to implement federal acts, designation of outstanding state resource waters anti-degradation review of certain applications, classification of all state waters; deadline for department to complete anti-degradation review in certain circumstances and extension; designated use change to combined sewer overflow wet weather category, and long term control plans; review of feasibility of implementing additional or new control alternatives to attain water quality standards; combined sewer overflow wet weather limited use subcategory, application after approval of long term control plan, other requirements, EPA approval, monitoring and review, and rules; permit schedules of compliance; orders to acquire, construct, repair, alter, or extend plants; sealing of mines and wells; entry upon property; assistance from other state departments, agencies, or institutions; adoption of rules waiving requirement of submission of plans; violation of storm water runoff rules; outstanding state resource water improvement fund; and terms and conditions of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System general permits.
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