Findings—Coordination of efforts—Development of facilities encouraged.
Rules—Coordination with department of health—Consultation with advisory committee.
Interim standards for pilot projects for use of reclaimed water.
Standards, procedures, and guidelines for industrial and commercial use of reclaimed water—Reclaimed water permits—Fee structure for permits—Formal agreements between the departments of health and ecology.
Standards, procedures, and guidelines for land applications of reclaimed water.
Standards, procedures, and guidelines for direct recharge.
Standards, procedures, and guidelines for discharge to wetlands.
Advisory committee—Development of standards, procedures, and guidelines.
Exemption from standards, procedures, and guidelines.
Conflict resolution—Reclaimed water projects and chapter 372-32 WAC.
Use of reclaimed water for surface percolation—Establishment of discharge limit for contaminants.
Use of reclaimed water for discharge into constructed beneficial use wetlands and constructed treatment wetlands—Standards for discharge.
Discharge of reclaimed water for streamflow augmentation.
Reclaimed water demonstration program—Demonstration projects.
Use of water from wastewater treatment facility—Consideration in regional water supply plan or potable water supply plans—Consideration in reviewing provisions for water supplies for short plat, short subdivision, or subdivision—Report to the legislature.
Impairment of water rights downstream from freshwater discharge points.
Greywater reuse—Standards, procedures, and guidelines—Rules.
Agricultural industrial process water—Permit—Use—Referral to department of health.
Industrial reuse water—Permit.
Authority of the departments of ecology and health—Lead agency—Duties.
Lead agency—Authority to bring legal proceeding.
Right to enter and inspect property related to the purpose of the permit—Administrative search warrant.
Plans, reports, specifications, and proposed methods of operation and maintenance to be submitted to departments.
Violation of chapter—Notification—Immediate action.
Application of administrative procedure act to chapter.