Nev. Admin. Code § 445C.110 - Contents of environmental audit agreement

Current through March 28, 2022

In addition to the requirements set forth in NRS 445C.070 and 445C.080, an environmental audit agreement must include, but is not limited to:

1. The name of each regulated facility that is subject to the agreement.
2. The name of each regulated person who is subject to the agreement.
3. The statutory and regulatory scope of the environmental audit.
4. An enforceable commitment by the regulated person to disclose voluntarily any violation of an environmental requirement that is discovered as a result of the environmental audit.
5. The methods, processes and procedures that are to be used to conduct the environmental audit and to evaluate compliance with environmental requirements.
6. The identity of each person who will be conducting the environmental audit, including, but not limited to, any consultant or contractor.
7. The period within which the environmental audit must be conducted, including, but not limited to, the date for submitting a final report for the environmental audit.
8. The period within which any violation of an environmental requirement that is discovered as a result of the environmental audit must be reported.
9. The procedures for modifying the environmental audit agreement if the regulated person and the regulatory agency specifically agree to a modification.
10. The procedures for terminating the environmental audit agreement if the regulated person does not comply with the terms of the agreement.
11. A provision informing the regulated person that the provisions of this chapter and chapter 445C of NRS:
(a) Apply to state and local environmental requirements only; and
(b) Do not create any rights, privileges or immunities with regard to any actions taken by the Federal Government pursuant to a federal law or regulation, unless the federal law or regulation provides otherwise.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 445C.110
Added to NAC by Environmental Comm'n by R201-97, eff. 3-5-98

NRS 445C.120

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