Wis. Admin. Code Department of Transportation § Trans 277.06 - Department inspections

Current through March 28, 2022

(1) The department shall inspect each storage facility and the records of each person storing highway salt or liquid calcium chloride, at least once every 12 months, or more often as necessary to assure compliance with this chapter, and as follows:
(a) The department shall inspect a storage facility within 30 days when:
1. The monitoring agency reports that:
a. A preventive action limit or enforcement standard has been attained or exceeded at an applicable point of standards application, or
b. Surface water has been adversely impacted; and
2. The monitoring agency reports that the storage facility may have been the source of the contamination.
(b) The department shall inspect a storage facility to verify compliance with this chapter upon receipt of a report required under s. Trans 277.05(1) (a) or (b) from the person storing highway salt.
(c) The department shall inspect a storage facility as necessary to verify compliance with deadlines set either by special orders issued under s. 85.17(5) (d), Stats., or s. Trans 277.08(2) (d) or (3) (b) or by compliance directives issued under sub. (2).
(2) Department employees inspecting a storage facility may issue written directives and deadlines to the person storing highway salt requiring the person to take such specific actions as the department employee finds necessary to assure compliance with this chapter.

Notes

Wis. Admin. Code Department of Transportation § Trans 277.06
Cr. Register, April, 1986, No. 364, eff. 5-1-86.

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