(2) The activity must meet at least WCC development and performance standards 20.73.650 and 20.73.700. In addition, no excavation work may take place in the five-year contribution area for designated wellhead protected areas. Excavations may occur within the 10-year contribution area outside the five-year contribution zone if they are not within 10 vertical feet of seasonal flood level. Where a fixed radius method is used to delineate a wellhead protection zone, the surface mining applicant may choose to further delineate the wellhead protection limit using an analytical model; provided that the delineated boundary proposed by the applicant is established by a professional hydrogeologist; and provided that the demarcated boundary has been reviewed and approved by the Washington State Department of Health. The hydrogeologist is selected by mutual agreement between the county, the water supplier and the applicant; If no agreement can be reached, the applicant must select a consultant from a list of at least three qualified consultants provided by the county and the water supplier. 1. Surface mines shall not be excavated within 300 horizontal feet of a pre-existing well used as a source of drinking water. (2) Noise associated with surface mining may constitute a nuisance or a public health concern. Therefore, if the surface mine is located in or near a rural or residential area, the hours of operation for excavation, processing and loading are prohibited on Sundays and holidays of Christmas Day, New Year`s Day, Memorial Day, July 4. Labour Day and Thanksgiving and limited to 6:30 a.m.
and 5:30 p.m. Monday to Saturday; it being understood that surface mining may continue beyond the specified time if the noise generated is below the night-time ambient noise level for that area; and further provides that the following activities are exempt from these requirements: .153 surface mining governed by the Washington State Surface Mining Act (Chapter 78.44 RCW); provided that: With MLRS, BLM transforms the nationally standardized serial number format. The new format is: two-digit abbreviation for geographic status, two letters for BLM administrative status, and nine digits. For example, NMNM12345789. With MLRS, you can view and search for existing cases with the new unique serial number generated by MLRS or your old current serial number. New enclosures do not have a legacy serial number. More information about the new module can be found in our brochure Fluid Minerals & Geothermal Release Information for Operators and Leasings. We are an innovative and leading diversified mining services company. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is developing the Mineral & Land Records System (MLRS) to replace the Legacy Rehost 2000 (LR2000) case management system, the Alaska Land Information System (ALIS), and land state records (e.g., Master Title Plats, Historical Index, Tract Books).
Note: This database is an external website maintained by a third party outside of the U.S. Department of Agriculture system. Users are reminded that international regulations and maximum residue limits (MRLs) change frequently. Although the database is updated frequently, the information it contains may not be completely up-to-date or error-free. In addition, product nomenclature and residue definitions vary from country to country, and national policies regarding the transition to international standards are not always transparent. This database is intended solely as a primary reference source, and users should verify all information obtained from knowledgeable parties in the market of interest before selling or shipping products. 20.73.702 Surface mining in critical groundwater recharge areas. For open pit operations, access to all public rights-of-way must be paved in accordance with the development standards of the County Engineering Division or the State Department of Transportation.
(Ord. 2013-057 § 1 (Exh. A), 2013; Ord. 97-069, 1997; Ord. 92-079, 1992). I`ve heard that BLM serial numbers change. What is the new format and what else do I need to know? 2. No new mineral processing or mining support activities or facilities involving parking, storage, maintenance, refuelling and washing of mobile equipment, fuel storage, and newly installed stationary and semi-mobile equipment shall take place in the five-year contribution area for designated wellhead protected areas. Wellhead protection limits may be adjusted in accordance with WCC Article 20.73.153(2).
Where can I find more information about the MLRS Fluid Minerals & Geothermal module? MLRS is currently available for mining, oil and gas claims and geothermal falls. Over the next two years, additional RSM modules will be released to support land use permits and property regulations. coal and other mineral development; land and mining titles; and extraction, classification and other measures relating to federal ownership of lands and minerals.