Conn. Agencies Regs. § 19-13-B80 - Chemical substances in public water supplies
No chemical substances other than those used on September 1, 1964, with the approval of the commissioner of health shall be added to public water supplies designed for human consumption whether in the course of filtration, for control of plant or animal life, or for any other purpose without prior approval by the commissioner of health. Before installation of equipment for such addition, plans and specifications shall be submitted to and approved by the commissioner of health. These plans shall provide procedures necessary for the satisfactory operation of the installation, including the proper testing of the water for chemical content, which procedures shall be followed by any person, firm, corporation or municipality having jurisdiction over the supply.
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