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(3) (a) An individual whose license was suspended based on incompetency to act in the industry or industries for which a Wisconsin license was issued shall demonstrate competency to engage in the industry or industries by passing an exam administered by the department before the suspension is ended by the department.
(b) An individual whose license has been revoked may apply for a new license one year or thereafter after the date of revocation. A license application from an individual whose license was revoked is not a renewal. A person whose registration has been revoked may apply for a new registration one year or thereafter after the date of revocation.
197,42 Section 42. The treatment of NR 812.01 (2) of the administrative code by CR 13-096 is not repealed by CR 13-099. All treatments stand.
Note: There is no conflict of substance. As merged by the legislative reference bureau, as required under s. 13.92 (4) (bm), s. NR 812.01 (2) reads:
(2) This chapter shall govern the location, construction or reconstruction, maintenance and inspection of wells and water systems and heat exchange drillholes, the filling and sealing of wells and drillholes and the installation and maintenance of pumping and treatment equipment.
197,43 Section 43. The treatment of NR 812.08 (4) (intro.) of the administrative code by CR 13-096 is not repealed by CR 13-099. Both treatments stand.
Note: There is no conflict of substance. As merged by the legislative reference bureau, as required under s. 13.92 (4) (bm), s. NR 812.08 (4) (intro.) reads:
(4)Relation to contamination sources. Minimum separating distances between any new potable or nonpotable well, heat exchange drillhole, reservoir or spring and existing sources of contamination; or between new sources of contamination and potable or nonpotable wells, heat exchange drillholes, reservoirs or springs shall be maintained as described in this subsection. The minimum separating distances of this subsection do not apply to dewatering wells approved under s. NR 812.09 (4) (a). Greater separation distances may be required for wells requiring plan approval under s. NR 812.09. Separation distance requirements to possible sources of contamination will not be waived because of property lines. Separation distances shall be measured from the edge of the well, reservoir or spring, to the nearest edge of the contamination source. Minimum separating distances are listed in Table A and are as follows:
197,44 Section 44. The treatment of NR 812.09 (4) (a) 5. of the administrative code by CR 13-096 is not repealed by CR 13-099. Both treatments stand.
Note: There is no conflict of substance. As merged by the legislative reference bureau, as required under s. 13.92 (4) (bm), s. NR 812.09 (4) (a) 5. reads:
5. High capacity test drillholes or up to 2 geothermal heat exchange drillholes may be constructed without approval to test for aquifer yield to determine if a high capacity well, heat exchange drillhole, or well system is feasible. The well casing pipe for such test drillholes shall not exceed 6-inch diameter unless the well driller notifies the department. High capacity test drillholes may be test pumped at a rate of 70 gallons per minute or more if the test does not last more than a total of 72 hours. After testing, the drillhole shall be filled and sealed, according to the requirements of s. NR 812.26 or shall be converted, following approval, to a high capacity well, heat exchange drillhole, or well system which meets the requirements of this chapter or ch. NR 811 and of any approved plans and specifications within 90 days.
197,45 Section 45. The treatments of NR 812.10 (2) and (8) of the administrative code by CR 13-096 are not repealed by CR 13-099. All treatments stand.
Note: There is no conflict of substance. As merged by the legislative reference bureau, as required under s. 13.92 (4) (bm), s. NR 812.10 (2) and (8) read:
(2)Location. Well and heat exchange drillers and well constructors shall be responsible for proper location of a well or heat exchange drillhole. Wells shall be located in sanitary locations and meet the minimum separation requirements specified in s. NR 812.08. Separation distance requirements to possible sources of contamination will not be waived because of property lines. Water wells may not be constructed within 1,200 feet of a landfill site without a variance. Variances from minimum separation distance requirements require approval. If the property is located within the area served by a municipally owned water system, the water well driller or well constructor shall notify the well owner of the need to obtain a private well operational permit from the municipality.
(8)Noncomplying wells. When a water well or heat exchange driller or well constructor has constructed a water well or heat exchange drillhole not initially located or constructed in compliance with this chapter, the water well or heat exchange driller or well constructor shall pay all costs for bringing the well or heat exchange drillhole into compliance with this chapter, including the costs of filling and sealing the well, if necessary, other than those costs that would have been charged for an initial complying well construction.
197,46 Section 46. The treatment of NR 812.22 (7) (b) of the administrative code by CR 13-096 is not repealed by CR 13-099. Both treatments stand.
Note: There is no conflict of substance. As merged by the legislative reference bureau, as required under s. 13.92 (4) (bm), s. NR 812.22 (7) (b) reads:
(b) Well or heat exchange drillhole construction reports returned to the water well driller, heat exchange driller or well constructor for completion or when compliance with the construction requirements of this chapter is questionable shall be resubmitted to the department no later than 15 days after receipt of the returned report. The original well or heat exchange drillhole construction report shall be resubmitted. Dry drillholes or unsuccessful wells drilled in conjunction with well construction and not immediately filled and sealed shall be reported on a well construction report. The water well driller, heat exchange driller, or well constructor shall ensure proper filling and sealing methods and materials are used, according to s. NR 812.26, for any drillhole constructed by the water well driller or well constructor that is not intended to provide water.
197,47 Section 47. The treatment of NR 812.26 (2) (b) 2. of the administrative code by CR 13-096 is not repealed by CR 13-099. Both treatments stand.
Note: There is no conflict of substance. As merged by the legislative reference bureau, as required under s. 13.92 (4) (bm), s. NR 812.26 (2) (b) 2. reads:
2. The well or heat exchange drillhole was not constructed by the well owner or by a licensed water well or heat exchange driller or registered water well drilling business.
197,48 Section 48. The treatment of NR 812.26 (8) of the administrative code by CR 13-096 is not repealed by CR 13-099. Both treatments stand.
Note: There is no conflict of substance. As merged by the legislative reference bureau, as required under s. 13.92 (4) (bm), s. NR 812.26 (8) reads:
(8)Well and drillhole filling and sealing reports.. A well and drillhole filling and sealing report shall be filed with the department no later than 30 days after the well or drillhole is filled and sealed. The filling and sealing report shall be filed by the person performing the filling and sealing work on forms specified by the department and shall include a complete, true and accurate detailed description of the location of the well or drillhole that was filled and sealed, materials and method of filling and sealing, construction and geologic features and Wisconsin Unique Well Number, if known. Water well drillers, heat exchange drillers, well constructors and pump installers shall report any unused wells or drillholes that are not filled and sealed for which they have knowledge to the department. Beginning July 1, 2016 filling and sealing reports shall be filed with the department electronically.
197,49 Section 49. The treatment of NR 812.43 (1) (intro.) of the administrative code by CR 13-096 is not repealed by CR 13-099. Both treatments stand.
Note: There is no conflict of substance. As merged by the legislative reference bureau, as required under s. 13.92 (4) (bm), s. NR 812.43 (1) (intro.) reads:
(1) When strict compliance with the requirements of this chapter is not feasible, a variance may be requested. All variance requests shall be in writing, except for situations that may require an immediate response, in which case a variance may be requested verbally from the owner, or the owner's agent, and a verbal variance may be granted by the department to be followed up with a written confirmation. If the verbal request is made by the owner's agent, the agent shall provide confirmation of the owner's concurrence with the request. A variance request shall include the names of the owner or owners and, if known, the well or heat exchange driller, well constructor or pump installer. The reason or reasons compliance with the requirements for this chapter is not feasible shall also be provided. The department may require the owner or the owner's agent to submit additional information necessary for the department to determine if a variance is justified. The owner or owners or the owner's agent shall sign the variance request. The department may condition the issuance of a variance by requiring additional construction or installation features to safeguard the groundwater and water supplied by the installation from contamination. Failure to comply with the conditions of a variance or the applicable requirements of this chapter voids the variance approval.
197,50 Section 50 . Renumbering and cross-reference changes under s. 13.92 (1) (bm) 2., stats. Each statute listed in column A was renumbered to the statute number in column B, and cross-references to the renumbered statute were changed in the statutes listed in column C to agree with the renumbered statute, under section 13.92 (1) (bm) 2. of the statutes:
Note: Confirms renumbering and corresponding cross-reference changes under s. 13.92 (1) (bm) 2. - See PDF for table PDF
197,51 Section 51 . Corrections of obvious nonsubstantive errors under s. 35.17 (2), stats. In the sections of the statutes listed in Column A, the text shown in Column B was changed to the text shown in column C to correct obvious nonsubstantive errors under s. 35.17 (2) of the statutes:
Note: Confirms correction of obvious nonsubstantive errors in the statutes under s. 35.17 (2). - See PDF for table PDF
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