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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 18. Professional And Occupational Licensing

18VAC145. Board For Professional Soil Scientists, Wetland Professionals, And Geologists




The Board for Professional Soil Scientists, Wetland Professionals, and Geologists is a separate agency within the Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation. The director of the department acts as the board's secretary and administrative officer. Code of Virginia, Title 54.1, Chapter 3. See the summary for the department for the powers and duties applicable to all regulatory boards subject to its administration. Code of Virginia, Title 54.1, Chapter 2.

The board is authorized to license and certify individuals to practice or offer to practice as a Virginia licensed professional soil scientist, a Virginia certified professional wetland delineator, or a Virginia certified professional geologist; to establish standards for licensure, certification, and professional conduct; and to promulgate regulations for those purposes. Code of Virginia, Title 54.1, Chapter 22.

Regulations are available from the board's office at 9960 Mayland Drive, Suite 400, Richmond, VA 23233. Internet address:

Rev. 09/2018


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