Wyoming Environmental Quality Council
November 15 16 2022
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THE STATE OF WYOMING ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY COUNCIL AGENDA
PLACE OF MEETING
The meeting will begin at 9:00 a.m. Capitol Extension Public Meeting Room 5, Herschler Building, 122 W. 25th Street, Cheyenne, WY, 82002 The meeting/hearing will be held live and by Zoom video conferencing Contact Joe Girardin , 777-7170 or email@example.com for information or assistance to gain access to the Zoom meeting.
The agenda may be amended at anytime, up to 24 hours prior to the meeting. Emergency items can be added at any time. Agenda items that do not have a specific time indicated can be taken up by the Council at any time.
CALL TO ORDER
- Introduction of Council Members & Staff
APPROVAL OF September 13 2022 Minutes
CONSENT AGENDA If any
Bond Forfeiture Orders
ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER ON CONSENT
Solid and Hazardous Waste Rules Chapter 3
SHWD proposed to revise Chapter 3 of the Solid Waste Rules (SWR) to remove redundant and irrelevant language, correct grammar, restructure passages for clarity, provide consistency with other chapters of the SWR, and format the rule to meet the Secretary of State requirements. In addition, the Wyoming Department Environmental Quality proposed updates to the permit terms, as well as the standards for location, design and construction, operating, monitoring, recordkeeping, reporting, closure and post-closure, and corrective action.
Water Quality Division Rules Chapter 12
Water Quality Division (WQD) proposes to revise Water Quality Rules Chapter 12, Design and Construction Standards for Public Water Supplies. The proposed revisions incorporate specific sections of the Recommended Standards for Water Works, 2018 Edition by reference; add new paragraphs that require public water supplies that propose acidization to submit plans that describe existing wells in the proposed area, mitigation plans, local geology, and placement and integrity of the annular seal and casing of the well so that the WQD may ensure the acidization activities do not negatively impact underground sources of drinking water that are in the vicinity of the proposed activities; add requirements for treatment technologies, including ultraviolet and membrane technologies; correct outdated references, formatting, numbering, and grammar errors; remove requirements that are not within the statutory authority of the WQD; reorganize passages to clarify requirements; and add a new section that identifies the information incorporated by reference, in accordance with W.S. § 16-3-103(h).
EXECUTIVE SESSION If Necessary
The Council may call an Executive Session at anytime during the meeting.
Items that are not on the agenda which only involve administrative issues governing the operations of the Council.
Meeting Dates for 2023
Feb 21-22, May 16-17, Sept. 19-20 and Dec. 5-6.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, special assistance or alternate formats will be made available upon request for individuals with disabilities.