The Florida Department of Environmental Protection (Department or DEP) and Floridas five water management districts (Districts or WMDs) developed this Applicants Handbook to help persons understand the rules,procedures,standards,and criteria that apply to the environmental resource permit (ERP) program under Part IV of Chapter 373 of the Florida Statutes (F.S.).Water and Wastewater Utility Statutes and RulesWater and Wastewater Utility Statutes Chapter 367,F.S.,sets forth the Florida Public Service Commissions authority over water and wastewater utilities. Chapter 367,F.S.,addresses,among other things,certificates of authorization,regulatory assessment fees,the fixing andWater and Wastewater Regulation - Florida Public Service Form PSC 1030 (12-20) Class C Water and Wastewater MFRs (EXCEL file size = 307KB) Contacts/Agencies FPSC Contacts by Topic; Office of Public Counsel Florida Rural Water Association Gary Williams,Executive Director - Presentation on Florida Funders Group (video)
information on water reuse,provides a summary of Floridas Water Reuse Program,traces the development of water reuse in Florida,and details 16 major,interrelated strategies for ensuring efficient and effective use of reclaimed water.The report identifies 11 legislative concepts,15Water Quality Standards Regulations Florida Water State Standards in Effect For CWA PurposesSections of Florida Statute (F.S.) Addressing Water Quality StandardsFederally Proposed Or Promulgated StandardsSections of Florida Administrative Code Addressing Water Quality StandardsEPA has not taken any action under section 303(c) regarding those provisions which are not water quality standards.Please refer to cover page.1.Section 62-302 - Surface Water Quality Standards (PDF)(84 pp,929 K) (Effective March 27,2018) This document establishes water quality standards for surface waterSite Specific Alternative Criteria (SSACs) Established by Florida1.Site Specific Alternative Criteria for Florida (PDF)(20 pp,4 MB) Florida has adopted a number of Site Specific Alternative Criteria (SSACs) that are in effect for Clean Water Act purposes.SSACs are either adopted or established by Secretarial order.Historically the specific SSAC have not been listed in the FList of Nutrient TMDLs that are Hierarchy 1 Interpretations Under Rule 62-302.531(2)(a),F.A.C1.List of Nutrient TMDLs (PDF) (9 pp,336 K) The list of TMDLs have been fully approved as site-specific interpretations of the narrative nutrient criterion.For nutrient parameters or chlorophyll a not listed in the table for a given waterbody,the generally applicable NNC listed in Rules 62-302.531 and 62-302.532,See more on epa.govUtility Regulation - Florida Public Service CommissionStaff Workshop on Testing for Secondary Water Standards in Water Distribution Systems,Oct.8,2020 Customer-Owned Renewable Generation Workshop,September 17,2020 Workshop on Impacts of COVID-19 Pandemic on Utility Customers,July 29,2020Statutes Constitution :View Statutes Online SunshineThe 2020 Florida Statutes Title XXVIII NATURAL RESOURCES; CONSERVATION,RECLAMATION,AND USE Chapter 373 WATER RESOURCES View Entire Chapter objectives; comprehensive statewide water conservation program requirements.373.228.Landscape irrigation design.373.229.Application for permit.373.2295.Interdistrict transfers of groundwater
Florida Historic Capitol; Historical Committees.Florida Legislative Committee on Intergovernmental Relations (LCIR) Joint Legislative Committee on Everglades Oversight (JCEO) Joint Legislative Sunset Committee (JCSC) Florida Government Efficiency Task Force Legislative Employment Legistore LinksStatutes Constitution :View Statutes Online SunshineCentral Florida Water Initiative.373.047.Cooperation between districts.373.056.State agencies,counties,drainage districts,municipalities,or governmental agencies or public corporations authorized to convey or receive land from water management districts.373.069.Creation of waterStatutes Constitution :View Statutes Online Sunshine(c) Funding for the development of alternative water supplies shall be a shared responsibility of water suppliers and users,the State of Florida,and the water management districts,with water suppliers and users having the primary responsibility and the State of Florida and the water management districts being responsible for providing
(2) Public water system means a system for the provision to the public of water for human consumption through pipes or other constructed conveyances if such system has at least 15 service connections or regularly serves at least 25 individuals daily at least 60 days out of the year.A public water system is either a community water system or a noncommunity water system.Purpose How to Apply - Your Water and WastewaterFLORIDA GOVERNMENTAL UTILITY AUTHORITY Application for Temporary (Construction) Water Meter FORM C 1.Name and address of person or entity responsible for the payment on the account a.NAME and COMPANY NAME _____ b.ADDRESS (including City,State and ZIP):Laws and Regulations Florida Department of Environmental Jan 12,2021 FE590 FE590Handbook of Florida Water RegulationFlorida#0183;The Florida Department of Environmental Protection is the states lead agency for environmental management and stewardship protecting our air,water and land.The vision of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection is to create strong community partnerships,safeguard Floridas natural resources and enhance its ecosystems.
Each water-based inspector permittee must maintain NICET II or equivalent certification and must complete 16 hours of continuing education as prescribed in Section 633.332,Florida Statutes,and Florida Administrative Code 69A-46.Handbook of Florida Water Regulation FloridaFE590 Handbook of Florida Water Regulation Florida Pesticide Law1 Michael T.Olexa,Tatiana Borisova,and Jarrett Davis2 1.This document is FE590,one of a series of the Food and Resource Economics Department,UF/IFAS Extension.Florida pesticide law rules Keyword Found Websites FE590/FE590 Handbook of Florida Water Regulation Florida Edis.ifas.ufl.edu The Florida Legislature enacted the Florida Pesticide Law (FPL) to regulate the distribution,sale,and use of pesticides in Florida and to protect people and the environment from the adverse effects of pesticides,similar to the Federal Insecticide,Fungicide,and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) (see FE588) and the
Florida Safe Drinking Water Act Chapter 403.850 - 403.864,Florida Statutes and Rule 17-22,F.A.C.Public Drinking Water Systems.The regulations went in to effect in November 1977.The States regulations were revised in November ofFE607/FE607 Handbook of Florida Water Regulation Florida Handbook of Florida Water Regulation Florida Air and Water Pollution Control Act 1.Michael T.Olexa,Tatiana Borisova,and Jarrett Davis 2.Preface.This handbook is designed to provide an accurate,current,and authoritative summary of the principal federal and state (Florida) laws that directly or indirectly relate to agriculture.This FE595/FE595 Handbook of Florida Water Regulation Florida The purpose of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FFWCC) is the management,protection,and conservation of wild animal life,fresh water aquatic life,and marine life.The Commission came into existence on July 1,1999,with the approval of a constitutional amendment in the 1998 General Election (Article XII,Section 23
PrefaceFPL OverviewAcknowledgmentsThis handbook is designed to provide an accurate,current,and authoritative summary of the principal federal and state (Florida) laws that directly or indirectly relate to agriculture.This handbook provides a basic overview of the many rights and responsibilities that farmers and farmland owners have under both federal and state laws as well as the appropriate contact information to obtain more detailed information.However,the reader should be aware that because the laws,administrative rulings,and court decisionSee more on edis.ifas.ufl.eduHandbook of Florida Water Regulation Florida PesticideFE590 Handbook of Florida Water Regulation Florida Pesticide Law1 Michael T.Olexa,Tatiana Borisova,and Jarrett Davis2 1.This document is FE590,one of a series of the Food and Resource Economics Department,UF/IFAS Extension.FE579/FE579 Handbook of Florida Water Regulation Table Florida Pesticide Law (FE590) Toxic Substances Control Act and the Lautenberg Chemical Safety Act (FE591) Endangered Species Act (FE592) Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FE593)Drinking Water Forms Reporting Formats Florida Feb 12,2021 FE590 FE590Handbook of Florida Water RegulationFlorida#0183;The Florida Department of Environmental Protection is the states lead agency for environmental management and stewardship protecting our air,water and land.The vision of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection is to create strong community partnerships,safeguard Floridas natural resources and enhance its ecosystems.
Where a storage tank-type water heater or a hot water storage tank is installed in a location where water leakage from the tank will cause damage,the tank shall be installed in a galvanized steel pan having a material thickness of not less than 0.0236 inch (0.6010 mm) (No.24 gage),or other pans approved for such use.Listed pans shall comply Boil Water Notice Guidelines Florida Department of HealthGUIDELINES FOR THE ISSUANCE OF PRECAUTIONARY BOIL WATER NOTICES.This webpage has pdfs,get the free Adobe reader - opens in a new window.(All pdfs documents open in a new window) Issue Date 9/22/97 Revise Date 8/26/99 Revise Date 12/11/06 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH DRINKING WATER PROGRAM I.Authority and Intent II.Implementation and Interdepartmental Coordination III.12345NextFE590/FE590 Handbook of Florida Water Regulation Florida Topics Handbook of Florida Water Regulation; Handbook of Florida Water Regulation Florida Pesticide Law 1.Michael T.Olexa,Tatiana Borisova,and Jarrett Davis 2.Preface.This handbook is designed to provide an accurate,current,and authoritative summary of the principal federal and state (Florida) laws that directly or indirectly relate