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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 12. Health
Agency 5. Department of Health
6/3/2020

Chapter 613. Regulations for Alternative Onsite Sewage SystemsRead Chapter

Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Purpose and authority
Section 30
Applicability and scope
Section 40
Relationship to other regulations
Section 50
Violations and enforcement
Section 60
Operation permits and land records
Section 70
General approval testing and evaluation
Section 80
Performance requirements; general
Section 90
Performance requirements; ground water protection
Section 100
Performance requirements; laboratory sampling and monitoring
Section 110
Performance requirements; field measurements, sampling, and observations
Section 120
Operator responsibilities
Section 130
Sludge and solids removal
Section 140
Owner responsibilities
Section 150
Operator requirements for AOSS with flows up to 40,000 GPD, minimum frequency of visits
Section 160
Operator requirements for flows greater than 40,000 GPD
Section 170
Operation and maintenance manual
Section 180
Mandatory visits; inspection requirements
Section 190
Reports
Section 200
Horizontal setback requirements
Section 210
Waivers from certain performance requirements
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