Accommodating the views of governments and special interest groups is a challenge in integration because they have different perspectives. Such interference is produced by the electric field induced by the line in the antenna of a radio signal receiver. Section 106 of the federal guidelines 16 U. State California Health and Safety Code, section 25100 et seq. Public Resources Code, Section 5097. California Streets and Highways Code, sections 660, 670, 1450, 1460 et seq.
For more information about Google Translate, please visit:. Public Resources Code, section 21084. Public Resources Code, section 5097. Local County General Plan Land Use, Open Space, and Conservation Elements may have goals, policies and implementation procedures related to biological resources. Such health effects would be considered likely only when exposure exceeds these reference levels. The Act codified in 40 C.
Native Plant Protection Act of 1977 Fish and Game Code section 1900 et seq. Title V of the federal Clean Air Act requires states to implement and administer an operating permit program to ensure that large sources operate in compliance with the requirements included in the Code of Federal Regulations 40, part 70. The Western Australian government is currently working to to consolidate water resources management legislation into one Act The Department of Water and Environmental Regulation was established by the Government of Western Australia on 1 July 2017. Title 22, California Code of Regulations, section 66262. Water Use Conservation and Efficiency -- Ch.
California Penal Code California Penal Code, section 622. Water Resources Management: Principles, Regulations, and Cases. These viewpoints have been described in a variety of ways. Metering water put into and discharged from the cooling tower ensures the cooling tower is operating properly and can help identify leaks or other malfunctions. Flood Control, Floodplain Management, and Stormwater Management -- Ch. If a potential for damage to unique archaeological resources can be demonstrated, such resources must be avoided; if they cant be avoided, mitigation measures shall be required. A Comprehensive Framework for Water Management -- Ch.
This permit is to ensure that the discharge will not interfere with the treatment processes at the plant nor make the facility violate its own discharge permit limitations. Zoning Ordinances Zoning ordinances generally protect the public health, safety, and general welfare, and implement the policies of the General Plan. Eliminate Single-Pass Cooling Single-pass cooling circulates a continuous flow of water just once through the system for cooling purposes before it goes down the drain. Its requirements differ depending on the attainment status of the area where the major facility is to be located. Additionally, generators must use registered hazardous waste transporters for any offsite shipments.
The Act required states to adopt plans to ensure compliance by 1982. In general, water agencies deal with , wastewater and water quality services, stormwater and flood control, hydropower, navigation, recreation, and water for the environment, fish, and wildlife. Water Management in Estuaries and Coastal Waters -- Ch. Watersheds and Riverine Systems -- Ch. Reproduction of material in this information product for resale or other commercial purposes is prohibited without written permission of the copyright holders.
This Act created the Delta Protection Commission with a mandate to develop a long-term resource management plan for the Delta Primary Zone. The requirements of these Acts are reflected in the California Health and Safety Code, section 25531 et seq. This cut water use 80 percent, saving the laboratory 24. For example, Mitchell 1990 wrote that integrated water management considers three aspects: dimensions of water surface water and groundwater , and quantity and quality ; interactions with land and environment; and interrelationships with social and economic development. These criteria are that: the quality and quantity of the reclaimed water are suitable for the use; the cost is reasonable; the use is not detrimental to public health; will not impact downstream users or biological resources; and will not degrade water quality. Cogeneration, in turn, is defined in terms of efficiency standards Pub. The Congestion Management Scheduling Protocol provides that dispatch not violate system criteria as market participants are requesting generation dispatch or the use of major interties.
It is then discharged into the sewer or treated and returned to the body of water. Local County and Regional Plans The county and regional general plans may set up local goals and guidance policies about building and transportation improvements and introduce planning tools essential for achieving the local and regional transportation goals and policies. Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 29 C. Area Specific Plans Area specific plans may also contain requirements applicable to siting cases. Code, § 65300 requires that all counties and cities prepare and adopt a General Plan.
This section covers the clean-up operations, hazardous removal work, corrective actions, voluntary clean-up operations, monitoring, and emergency response required by Federal, state, local agencies of hazardous substances that are present at controlled and uncontrolled hazardous waste sites. WaterSense labeled weather-based irrigation controllers or soil moisture sensors are used to water only when plants need it. The eligibility criteria and the process are used by federal, state and local agencies in the evaluation of the significance of cultural resources. Local County General Plan Public Facilities Element Generators and processors of hazardous waste may be encouraged to develop long-term waste management programs. California Vehicle Code, sections 32100-32109, establish special requirements for the transportation of inhalation hazards and poisonous gases.