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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 9. Environment
Agency 25. State Water Control Board

Chapter 740. Water Reclamation and Reuse RegulationRead Chapter

Section 10
Section 20
Section 30
Applicability and transition
Section 40
Permitting requirements
Section 45
Emergency authorization for the production, distribution, or reuse of reclaimed water
Section 50
Exclusions and prohibitions
Section 55
Section 60
Relationship to other board regulations
Section 70
Treatment and standards for reclaimed water
Section 80
Reclaimed water monitoring requirements for reuse
Section 90
Minimum standard requirements for reuses of reclaimed water
Section 100
Application for permit
Section 105
Application for an emergency authorization
Section 110
Design criteria
Section 120
Construction requirements
Section 130
Operator requirements and system reliability
Section 140
Operations and maintenance
Section 150
Management of pollutants from significant industrial users
Section 160
Access control and advisory signs
Section 170
Use area requirements
Section 180
Operational flow requirements
Section 190
Section 200
Section 210
Delegation of authority
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