Arizona Revised Statutes § 49-333 Regulation Of Dry Wells; License To Drill

49-333. Regulation of dry wells; license to drill

A. The director may adopt rules establishing standards for new and existing dry wells pertaining to their performance, operation, construction, design, closure, location and inspection.

B. Dry wells shall not be used for the disposal of hazardous substances as defined in the comprehensive environmental response, compensation, and liability act (P.L. 96-510), as amended, or oil as defined in the federal water pollution control act (P.L. 92-500), as amended.

C. New dry well construction, including modifications of existing dry wells, shall be performed under the direct and personal supervision of a well driller who holds a dry well driller's license issued under this section. A person who intends to construct or modify one or more dry wells in this state shall file an application for a dry well driller's license with the director. The application shall include:

1. The name, mailing address and place of business of the applicant.

2. The applicant's experience and qualifications.

3. Such other information as the director may require.

D. The director shall, by rule, establish qualifications and a reasonable fee of not more than fifty dollars for licenses for dry well drillers and establish procedures for the evaluation and licensing of applicants. The rules shall establish qualifications for the protection of the public and shall include knowledge in the areas of location, design, construction, operation, maintenance and closure of dry wells. A nontransferable dry well driller's license shall be issued if the director finds that the applicant meets the qualifications established by the director. The director may revoke a well driller's license for good cause.

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