§ 510 ILCS 77/1 Short title
§ 510 ILCS 77/5 Policy
§ 510 ILCS 77/10 Definitions
§ 510 ILCS 77/10.5 Agency
§ 510 ILCS 77/10.7 Animal feeding operation
§ 510 ILCS 77/10.10 Animal unit
§ 510 ILCS 77/10.15 Certified livestock manager
§ 510 ILCS 77/10.20 Department
§ 510 ILCS 77/10.23 Farm residence
§ 510 ILCS 77/10.24 Karst Area
§ 510 ILCS 77/10.25 Lagoon
§ 510 ILCS 77/10.26 Karstified carbonate bedrock
§ 510 ILCS 77/10.30 Livestock management facility
§ 510 ILCS 77/10.35 Livestock waste
§ 510 ILCS 77/10.40 Livestock waste handling facility
§ 510 ILCS 77/10.43 Modified
§ 510 ILCS 77/10.45 New facility
§ 510 ILCS 77/10.47 Non-farm residence
§ 510 ILCS 77/10.50 Owner or operator
§ 510 ILCS 77/10.55 Person
§ 510 ILCS 77/10.60 Populated area
§ 510 ILCS 77/11 Filing notice of intent to construct and construction data; registration of facilities
§ 510 ILCS 77/12 Public informational meeting; lagoons and non-lagoon structures
§ 510 ILCS 77/12.1 Final determination
§ 510 ILCS 77/13 Livestock waste handling facilities other than earthen livestock …
§ 510 ILCS 77/15 Livestock waste lagoon
§ 510 ILCS 77/16 Inspection of earthen livestock waste lagoons by Department. At least …
§ 510 ILCS 77/17 Financial responsibility
§ 510 ILCS 77/18 Reporting release of waste
§ 510 ILCS 77/20 Handling, storing and disposing of livestock waste
§ 510 ILCS 77/25 Odor control
§ 510 ILCS 77/30 Certified Livestock Manager
§ 510 ILCS 77/35 Setbacks for livestock management and livestock handling facilities
§ 510 ILCS 77/40 Environmental research
§ 510 ILCS 77/45 Tax abatement on environmental equipment
§ 510 ILCS 77/50 Intergovernmental cooperation
§ 510 ILCS 77/55 Rules; Livestock Management Facilities Advisory Committee
§ 510 ILCS 77/60 The Livestock Management Facilities Fund
§ 510 ILCS 77/100 Nothing in this Act shall be construed as a limitation or preemption …
§ 510 ILCS 77/105 Severability
§ 510 ILCS 77/999 Effective date

Terms Used In Illinois Compiled Statutes > 510 ILCS 77 - Livestock Management Facilities Act

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