Section .0600 ‑ Monitoring Requirements

Published: 2015

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Rules .0601 ‑ .0602 of Title 15A Subchapter 13B of the

North Carolina Administrative Code (T15A.13B .0601 ‑ .0602); have been

transferred and recodified from Rules .0601 ‑ .0602 of Title 10

Subchapter 10G of the North Carolina Administrative Code (T10.10G .0601 ‑

.0602), effective April 4, 1990.




(a)  The Division shall require a solid waste management

facility to provide such ground‑water monitoring capability as the

Division determines to be necessary to detect the effects of the facility on

ground‑water in the area.  In making such a determination, the Division

shall consider the following factors:

(1)        the design of the facility, the nature of the

processes it will use, and the type of waste it will handle;

(2)        soil and other geological conditions in the


(3)        nearness of ground‑water to the facility;

(4)        uses that are being or may be made of any ground‑water

that may be affected by the facility; and

(5)        any other factors that reasonably relate to the

potential for ground‑water effects from the facility.

(b)  Responsibility for sample collection and analysis will

be defined as a part of the permit condition.

(c)  Any other information that the Division deems

pertinent to the development of a ground‑water monitoring system will be


(d)  All monitoring wells required pursuant to this Rule

shall comply with monitoring well construction standards of 15A NCAC 2C .0105. 

Copies of 15A NCAC 2C may be obtained from and inspected at the Division.

(e)  A record of well installation shall be filed with the

Division upon completion of the monitoring wells.

(f)  Groundwater quality monitoring wells shall be

constructed of materials,  and by procedures, approved by the Division.


History Note:        Authority G.S. 130A‑294;

Eff. April 1, 1982;

Amended Eff. September 1, 1990; August 1, 1988; January

1, 1985.