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Senate 0422: Relating to Injection Wells [EPSC] ------------------------------------------------------------------

S422     GENERAL BILL by Bullard  (Similar H 0753, S 1226, Compare H 7191,
CS/CS/CS/2ND ENG/S 0550, CS/S 2018)
Injection Wells [EPSC]; Provides exceptions to requirements of the DEP
regarding minimum casing for injection wells used by facilities that
have a specified design capacity. Provides requirements for an injection
well used as a backup to a primary injection well. EFFECTIVE DATE:
07/01/2010.
10/13/09 SENATE Filed
12/09/09 SENATE Referred to Environmental Preservation and Conservation;
                  Health Regulation; General Government Appropriations
02/03/10 SENATE Withdrawn from Environmental Preservation and Conservation;
                  Health Regulation; General Government Appropriations;
                  Withdrawn prior to introduction, companion bill(s) passed,
                  see CS/CS/CS/SB 550 (Ch. 2010-205)


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S 0422 11/15/2009 Web Page | PDF

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