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Code of Virginia
Title 32.1. Health
9/23/2018

Chapter 6. Environmental Health ServicesRead Chapter

  • Article 1. Sewage DisposalRead all
  • § 32.1-163
    Definitions
    § 32.1-163.1
    Personal liability of sanitarians defined
    § 32.1-163.2
    Long range plan for onsite sewage
    § 32.1-163.3
    Identities of persons making certain reports to remain confidential
    § 32.1-163.4
    Procedures for application backlogs; individuals approved to conduct evaluations for septic system or other onsite sewage system permit applications
    § 32.1-163.5
    Onsite sewage evaluations
    § 32.1-163.6
    Professional engineering of onsite treatment works
    § 32.1-164
    Powers and duties of Board; regulations; fees; onsite soil evaluators; letters in lieu of permits; inspections; civil penalties
    § 32.1-164.1
    Appeals from denials of septic tank permits; inspections
    § 32.1-164.1:01
    Onsite Sewage Indemnification fund
    § 32.1-164.1:1
    Validity of certain septic tank permits
    § 32.1-164.1:2
    Eligibility for betterment loans to repair or replace failing onsite sewage systems
    § 32.1-164.1:3
    Permits for voluntary system upgrades
    § 32.1-164.2
    Repealed
    § 32.1-164.8
    Onsite Operation and Maintenance Fund established
    § 32.1-164.9
    Regulations for chamber and bundled expanded polystyrene effluent distribution systems for onsite sewage systems
    § 32.1-165
    Prior approval required before issuance of building permit; approved sewage system or nonconforming system
    § 32.1-166
    Agreements with federal agencies
  • Article 7. Bedding and Upholstered FurnitureRead all
  • § 32.1-212
    Definitions
    § 32.1-213
    Shoddy, secondhand filling material, feathers, animal hair and down to be sanitized
    § 32.1-214
    New animal hair, feathers and down to be sterilized
    § 32.1-215
    Disposal restricted
    § 32.1-216
    Permit for use of process to sanitize or sterilize
    § 32.1-217
    License and registration number; renewal; licenses not transferable; responsibility of branch factories
    § 32.1-218
    Fees
    § 32.1-219
    Tags required
    § 32.1-220
    Same; filling material
    § 32.1-221
    Offenses as to tags
    § 32.1-222
    Return of improperly tagged items; payment of costs of return; failure to pay costs
    § 32.1-223
    New and sanitized items to be kept separate
    § 32.1-224
    Administration and enforcement by Commissioner; refusal, suspension or revocation of license or permit
    § 32.1-225
    Exemptions
    § 32.1-226
    Violation a misdemeanor; application of the Virginia Consumer Protection Act
  • Article 8. Radiation ControlRead all
  • § 32.1-227
    Definitions
    § 32.1-228
    Exemption
    § 32.1-228.1
    Department designated state radiation control agency; powers and duties
    § 32.1-229
    Powers and duties of the Board
    § 32.1-229.01
    Companies listed as proficient to perform radon screening, testing, or mitigation; compliance
    § 32.1-229.01:1
    Action for damages
    § 32.1-229.1
    Inspections of X-ray machines required; Radiation Inspection Reports; fees; qualification of inspectors
    § 32.1-229.2
    Costs of inspection conducted by Health Department; fees to be used to support program
    § 32.1-229.3
    Licensing of radioactive material
    § 32.1-230
    Further powers of Board
    § 32.1-231
    Bonds of licensees
    § 32.1-232
    Radioactive Material Perpetual Care Trust Fund
    § 32.1-232.1
    Special Trust Fund for Radioactive Materials Facility Licensure and Inspection created
    § 32.1-233
    Radiation Advisory Board; composition; duties generally
    § 32.1-234
    Repealed
    § 32.1-234.1
    Enforcement
    § 32.1-235
    Authority of Governor to enter into agreements with federal government; effect on federal licenses
    § 32.1-236
    Authority of Board to enter into agreements with federal government, other states or interstate agencies; training programs for personnel
    § 32.1-237
    Effect upon local ordinances, etc.
    § 32.1-238
    Impounding sources of ionizing radiation