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NR 811.43   Treatment of water from groundwater sources.
NR 811.44   Pilot testing.
NR 811.45   Aeration.
NR 811.46   Arsenic removal.
NR 811.47   Clarification.
NR 811.48   Chlorination.
NR 811.49   Filtration — gravity.
NR 811.50   Filtration — membrane.
NR 811.51   Fluoridation.
NR 811.52   Iron and manganese control.
NR 811.53   Organics removal.
NR 811.54   Ozonation.
NR 811.55   Radionuclide removal.
NR 811.56   Sequestration.
NR 811.57   Softening.
NR 811.58   Stabilization.
NR 811.59   Taste and odor control.
NR 811.60   Ultraviolet (UV) Light.
Subchapter VIII — Hydro-Pneumatic Tanks
NR 811.61   General.
Subchapter IX — Storage Facilities
NR 811.62   Volume and pressure.
NR 811.63   Location.
NR 811.64   Construction details.
NR 811.65   Plant storage.
NR 811.66   Distribution system storage.
Subchapter X — Distribution Systems
NR 811.67   Applicability.
NR 811.68   Ownership of municipal water distribution systems.
NR 811.69   Materials.
NR 811.70   Water main design.
NR 811.71   Hydrants.
NR 811.72   Air-relief facilities and valve and meter chambers.
NR 811.73   Installation of mains.
NR 811.74   Separation of water mains and sanitary or storm sewer mains.
NR 811.75   Separation of water mains and other contamination sources.
NR 811.76   Surface water crossings.
NR 811.77   Common casing crossings.
NR 811.78   Water loading stations.
Subchapter XI — Water Pressure Booster Stations
NR 811.79   General.
NR 811.80   Location.
NR 811.81   Pumps and pressures.
NR 811.82   Storage requirements.
NR 811.83   Emergency power requirements.
NR 811.84   Station requirements.
Subchapter XII — Waste Disposal
NR 811.85   General.
NR 811.851   Sanitary wastes.
NR 811.852   Floor drainage.
NR 811.853   Backwash wastewater from iron and manganese filters.
NR 811.854   Brine wastes from ion exchange plants.
NR 811.855   Wastewater from reverse osmosis plants.
NR 811.856   Water treatment plant wastewater radionuclide content compliance with the unity equation.
NR 811.857   Backwash wastewater from lime softening water treatment plants.
NR 811.858   Lime softening sludge.
NR 811.859   Spent media.
NR 811.860   Backwash wastewater from surface water treatment plants.
NR 811.861   Alum or other coagulant sludge.
NR 811.862   Recycling backwash wastewater.
Subchapter XIII — Aquifer Storage Recovery
NR 811.87   General.
NR 811.88   ASR well performance requirements.
NR 811.89   Well construction requirements for ASR wells.
NR 811.90   Equipment, appurtenances and piping for ASR wells and ASR systems.
NR 811.91   ASR system pilot studies.
NR 811.92   ASR system development testing.
NR 811.93   Operating an ASR system.
Ch. NR 811 Note Note: Chapter NR 111 as it existed on April 30, 1992 was repealed and a new chapter NR 811 was created effective May 1, 1992. Chapter NR 811 as it existed on November 30, 2010, was repealed and a new chapter NR 811 was created effective December 1, 2010.
NR 811.01 NR 811.01 Applicability. This chapter governs the general operation, design and construction of community water systems and the construction of any water system serving 7 or more single family homes, 10 or more duplex living units, 10 or more mobile homes, 10 or more condominium units or 10 or more apartment units. One duplex equals 2 living units. The standards for design and construction shall be considered minimum standards for new facilities and the minimum standards to which facilities in existence on December 1, 2010, shall be upgraded when improvements are undertaken at those facilities except for systems where all of the living units are owned by a single owner and the owner provides information indicating that less than 25 year-round residents will be served. These standards may be imposed on a case-by-case basis to facilities in existence on December 1, 2010, when the department determines that a health risk exists due to the water system. The owner shall be responsible for ensuring that the requirements of this chapter are met.
NR 811.01 Note Note: The authority to promulgate and enforce these rules is contained in chs. 280 and 281, Stats. Pursuant to s. 299.97, Stats., any person who violates this chapter shall forfeit not less than $10 nor more than $5,000 for each violation. Each day of continued violation is a separate offense.
NR 811.01 History History: CR 09-073: cr. Register November 2010 No. 659, eff. 12-1-10.
NR 811.02 NR 811.02 Definitions. In this chapter:
NR 811.02(1) (1) “ANSI" means the American National Standards Institute.
NR 811.02 Note Note: The ANSI address is 25 West 43rd St, New York, NY 10036.
NR 811.02(2) (2) “API" means the American Petroleum Institute.
NR 811.02 Note Note: The API address is 1220 L Street NW, Washington DC 20005-4070.
NR 811.02(3) (3) “Approval" means the written approval of the department for any project requiring approval pursuant to s. 281.41, Stats., and s. NR 108.03 for community systems.
NR 811.02(4) (4) “Aquifer storage recovery" or “ASR" means placement of treated drinking water underground through a well for the purpose of storing and later recovering the water through the same well for potable use.
NR 811.02 Note Note: Underground placement of water for the purpose of restoring an aquifer is not included in the definition of “aquifer storage recovery" or “ASR."
NR 811.02(5) (5) “ASR system" means all of the ASR wells, ASR monitoring wells and related appurtenances within a municipal water system and any interconnected public water system served by the municipal water system.
NR 811.02(6) (6) “ASTM" or “ASTM International" means the organization formerly knows as the American Society for Testing and Material.
NR 811.02 Note Note: The ASTM or ASTM International address is 100 Barr Harbor Drive, PO Box C700, West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania 19148-2959.
NR 811.02(7) (7) “AWWA" means the American Water Works Association.
NR 811.02 Note Note: The AWWA address is 6666 West Quincy Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80235.
NR 811.02(8) (8) “Blackwater" means wastewater contaminated by human body waste, toilet paper and any other material intended to be deposited in a receptor designed to receive urine or feces.
NR 811.02(9) (9) “Building" means a structure for support, shelter, or enclosure of persons or property.
NR 811.02(10) (10) “Building drain" means horizontal piping within or under a building, installed below the lowest fixture or the lowest floor level from which fixtures can drain by gravity to the building sewer.
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