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415 ILCS 5/15
(415 ILCS 5/15)
(from Ch. 111 1/2, par. 1015)
Plans and specifications; demonstration of capability; record retention.
(a) Owners of public water supplies, their authorized representative, or
legal custodians, shall submit plans and specifications to the Agency and
obtain written approval before construction of any proposed public water
supply installations, changes, or additions is started. Plans and
specifications shall be complete and of sufficient detail to show all
proposed construction, changes, or additions that may affect sanitary
quality, mineral quality, or adequacy of the public water supply; and,
where necessary, said plans and specifications shall be accompanied by
supplemental data as may be required by the Agency to permit a complete
(b) All new public water supplies established after October 1, 1999 shall
demonstrate technical, financial, and managerial capacity as a condition for
issuance of a construction or operation permit by the Agency or its designee.
The demonstration shall be consistent with the technical, financial, and
managerial provisions of the federal Safe Drinking Water Act (P.L. 93-523), as
now or hereafter amended. The Agency is authorized to adopt
rules in accordance with the Illinois Administrative Procedure Act to implement
the purposes of this subsection. Such rules must take into account the need
for the facility, facility size, sophistication of treatment of the water
supply, and financial requirements needed for operation of the facility.
(c) Except as otherwise provided under Board rules, owners and operators of community water systems must maintain all records, reports, and other documents related to the operation of the community water system for a minimum of 10 years. Documents required to be maintained under this subsection (c) include, but are not limited to, all billing records and other documents related to the purchase of water from other community water systems. Documents required to be maintained under this subsection (c) must be maintained on the premises of the community water system, or at a convenient location near its premises, and must be made available to the Agency for inspection and copying during normal business hours.
(Source: P.A. 96-603, eff. 8-24-09.)