Conn. Agencies Regs. § 26-141a-5 - Filing requirements

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) Operators of existing impoundments or diversions subject to these regulations shall file the following information within twelve (12) months after the effective date of these regulations. Operators of new impoundments or diversions subject to these regulations shall file such information three (3) months before the start of operation of such facilities.
(1) Name of structure; name, address and telephone number of owner and operator; location of structure on U.S. Geological Survey topographic map; purpose and use of structure; location of discharge.
(2) Drainage area above structure; reservoir capacity at various elevations; stream flow records; the safe yield of the facility; demand requirements.
(3) Frequency of recurrence of water surface elevations on the first day of each calendar month. Such water surface elevations and the frequency of occurrence may be corrected to what they would have been under conditions of current demand and current diversion requirements.
(4) Type, capacity and control capability of all discharge devices.

When two or more structures are operated as a single facility and the safe yield is interdependent, the method of operation shall be described, including the anticipated method of compliance with the requirements of Section 26-141a-6.

(b) Such data for new structures or for existing structures when not available from records shall be computed by standard engineering methods which methods shall be clearly outlined in the submission and approved by the Commissioner.
(c) Operators shall, within sixty (60) days, report any changes in data provided in accordance with this section.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 26-141a-5
Effective April 24, 1979

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