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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 12. Health
Agency 5. Department of Health

Chapter 462. Swimming Pool Regulations Governing the Posting of Water Quality Test ResultsRead Chapter

Section 10
Section 20
Purpose of chapter
Section 30
Relationship to the regulations governing hotels, summer camps, and campgrounds
Section 40
Administration of chapter
Section 50
Right of entry and inspections
Section 60
Section 70
Compliance with Administrative Process Act
Section 80
Powers and procedures of chapter not exclusive
Section 90
Section 100
Section 110
Hearing before the issuance of an order
Section 120
Order; when effective
Section 130
Compliance with effective orders
Section 140
Not exclusive means of enforcement
Section 150
Granting a variance
Section 160
Requirements for a variance
Section 170
Application for a variance
Section 180
Evaluation of a variance application
Section 190
Disposition of a variance request
Section 200
Posting of variances
Section 210
Hearings on disposition of variances
Section 220
Hearing types
Section 230
Informal hearings
Section 240
Adjudicatory hearing
Section 250
Request for hearing
Section 260
Hearing as a matter of right
Section 270
Section 280
Posting of water quality test results and water quality standards
Section 290
Water quality standards
Section 300
Test kits
FORMS (12VAC5-462)

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