§ 18.104.005 Transfer of duties to the department of health
§ 18.104.010 Purpose
§ 18.104.020 Definitions
§ 18.104.030 Compliance enjoined
§ 18.104.040 Powers of department
§ 18.104.043 Well sealing and decommissioning — Delegation of authority
§ 18.104.048 Prior notice of well construction, reconstruction, or decommissioning
§ 18.104.049 Modification of construction standards
§ 18.104.050 Reports of well construction or decommissioning
§ 18.104.055 Fees
§ 18.104.060 Violations — Cease and desist orders
§ 18.104.065 Remedies for noncomplying wells
§ 18.104.070 Water well operator’s license
§ 18.104.080 Examinations — Subjects — Times and places
§ 18.104.093 Water well construction operator’s training license
§ 18.104.095 Resource protection well operator’s license
§ 18.104.097 Resource protection well operator’s training license
§ 18.104.100 Licenses — Duration — Renewal — Failure to renew, procedure — Suspension — Conditional licenses
§ 18.104.110 Actions against licenses — Grounds — Duration
§ 18.104.120 Complaints against a well contractor, operator, or trainee — Department’s response — Review
§ 18.104.130 Appeals
§ 18.104.150 Disposition of fees — Grants to local governments
§ 18.104.155 Civil penalties — Amount and disposition
§ 18.104.160 Criminal penalties — Prosecutions
§ 18.104.170 Remedies cumulative
§ 18.104.180 Exemptions
§ 18.104.190 Technical advisory group
§ 18.104.200 Continuing education
§ 18.104.900 Short title
§ 18.104.910 Effective date — 1971 ex.s. c 212
§ 18.104.930 Effective date — 1993 c 387

Terms Used In Washington Code > Chapter 18.104

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