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DEP 2012 DOMESTIC WASTEWATER TREATMENT 62-601

PLANT MONITORING



CHAPTER 62-601

DOMESTIC WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT MONITORING
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62-601.100 Scope, Intent, Purpose, and Applicability. 2

62-601.110 Applicability. (Repealed) 2

62-601.200 Definitions. 2

62-601.300 General Requirements. 8

62-601.400 Sampling and Testing Methods. (Repealed) 10

62-601.500 Sampling Schedules, Locations, and Methodology. 10

62-601.700 Ground Water Monitoring. 11

62-601.810 Pollution Surveys. (Repealed) 12

62-601.820 Violations. (Repealed) 12

62-601.830 Noncompliance Fees For Failure To Submit Reports. (Repealed) 12

62-601.900 Forms and Instructions. (Repealed) 12



62-601.100 Scope, Intent, Purpose, and Applicability.


(1) Section 403.051(2)(a), Florida Statutes, as amended, part of the Florida Air and Water Pollution Control Act, requires that any Department operating standards, criteria, and requirements for wastewater facilities be developed as a rule. This rule is promulgated to implement the provisions and requirements of the Act concerning domestic wastewater treatment plant monitoring.

(2) The purpose of Chapter 62-601, F.A.C., is to ensure that owners and operators of domestic wastewater treatment facilities maintain accurate records and submit reports required by this Chapter in a timely, accurate, cost-effective and uniform manner.

(3) Standards and requirements in this chapter shall apply only to domestic wastewater treatment, reuse, and disposal facilities (including residuals management facilities). The standards and requirements are not applicable to facilities described in Rules 62-600.120(1) and (2), F.A.C.

(a) Standards and requirements shall apply to all new facilities and modifications or expansions of existing facilities that submit complete permit applications to the Department after July 1, 1991.

(b) Standards and requirements shall apply to all existing facilities that submit complete applications for permit renewal after July 1, 1991.

(4) Domestic wastewater facilities that submit complete permit applications on or before July 1, 1991 may:

(a) Continue to comply with the rule requirements that were in effect at the time the permit was issued and with the conditions of the existing construction or operation permit until the expiration of such permit, or

(b) Opt to comply with the requirements of this revised chapter.

Specific Authority 403.051, 403.061, 403.088, FS.

Law Implemented 403.051, 403.061(13), 403.088, FS.

History -- New 1-1-75, Amended 6-10-76, Transferred from 17-19.001, Amended 1-30-91, Formerly 17-601.100, Amended 12-24-96.

62-601.110 Applicability. (Repealed)


Specific Authority 403.061(7), FS.

Law Implemented 403.061(13), 403.101, FS.

History New 1-30-91, Formerly 17-601.110., Repealed 12-24-96.

62-601.200 Definitions.


(1) "Ammonia nitrogen (NH3-N)" means the quantity of elemental nitrogen present in water or wastewater as ammonia (NH3) and expressed as elemental nitrogen, N, as determined using approved methods.

(2) "Annual average daily flow (AADF)" means the total volume of wastewater flowing into a wastewater facility during any consecutive 365 days, divided by 365 and expressed in units of mgd.

(3) "Approval by the Department" shall mean written approval provided by the Secretary or the Secretary's designee upon written request by an owner or an owner's authorized representative.

(4) "Average daily flow (ADF)" means the total volume of wastewater flowing into a wastewater facility during some defined period of time, decided by the number of days in that period of time, and expressed in units of mgd.

(5) "Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD5)" means the quantity of oxygen utilized in the biochemical oxidation of organic matter present in water or wastewater, reported as a five-day value established as determined using approved methods.

(6) "Carbonaceous biochemical oxygen demand (CBOD5)" means the quantity of oxygen utilized in the carbonaceous biochemical oxidation of organic matter present in water or wastewater, reported as a five-day value determined using approved methods.

(7) "Chemical oxygen demand (COD)" means the quantity of oxygen utilized in the oxidation of organic and oxidizable inorganic material present in water or wastewater established using approved methods.

(8) "Chloride" means the negatively charged chloride ion (C1) in water or wastewater, as determined using approved methods.

(9) "Composite sample" means a combination of individual samples of wastewater, effluent, or reclaimed water taken at selected intervals, generally hourly or less for some specified time period, to minimize the effect of the variability of the individual sample.

(10) "Department" means the State of Florida Department of Environmental Protection.

(11) "Design capacity" means the average daily flow projected for the design year which serves as the basis for the sizing and design of the wastewater facilities. The design capacity is established by the permit applicant. The time frame associated with the design capacity (e.g., annual average daily flow, maximum monthly average daily flow, three-month average daily flow) shall be specified by the permit applicant.

(12) "Disposal system" means injection wells, effluent outfalls, subsurface drain systems, and other facilities utilized for the release of effluents into the environment.

(13) "District office" means the regional district offices of the Department.

(14) "Domestic wastewater" means wastewater derived principally from dwellings, business buildings, institutions, and the like; sanitary wastewater; sewage. Where wastewater from sources other than typical domestic sources (e.g., industrial sources) is combined and treated with wastes from domestic sources, the determination of whether or not the wastewater treatment plant is designated as "domestic" shall be made by the Department considering any or all of the following: wastewater residuals classification; whether wastewaters have been pretreated or contain constituents within 50-150%, by concentration, of typical domestic wastewater; and whether the permittee, when not required to provide more stringent or otherwise specific levels of treatment, can provide assurance of facility compliance with domestic wastewater treatment standards contained in Chapter 62-600, F.A.C.

(15) "Effluent", unless specifically stated otherwise, means water that is not reused after flowing out of any wastewater treatment facility or other works used for the purpose of treating, stabilizing, or holding wastes.

(16) "Fecal coliforms" means bacteria of the coliform group capable of producing gas from lactose at 44.5oC, as using approved methods.

(17) "Flow" shall mean the following:

(a) Flow values obtained from a flow measuring device, calibrated at least annually, having a recorder and an integrator or totalizer for waste treatment facilities having a permitted capacity of 100,000 gallons per day or greater.

(b) For waste treatment facilities having a permitted capacity of less than 100,000 gallons per day, flow values obtained by one of the following methods:

1. Elapsed time measurements on pumps where pumps are responsible for the flow and where the pumping rate is calibrated at least annually,

2. Consumptive water use measurements based upon approval by the Department where elapsed time measurements on pumps cannot be made,

3. Flow meters and weirs, calibrated at least annually, or

4. Other means using established engineering techniques.

(18) "Flow-proportioned composite sample" shall consist of samples collected at hourly intervals. The volume of each individual sample which is used to form the composite shall be proportional to the flow at the time of collection. Equal-volume composite sampling may be used provided that the time between samples is inversely proportional to the cumulative flow since the previous sample, and provided that the number of individual samples is equivalent to the number which would be required if hourly samples were used for composite sample formation.

(19) "Fraudulent data" means data which are produced with an intention to deceive, and include but are not limited to the following:

(a) Apparent measurement results for which no measurement or test results were actually made as determined by the absence of the supporting records which are usually made;

(b) Measurement or test results obtained by deliberately and knowingly making measurements or collecting samples at places and times other than as specified in this chapter;

(c) Test results obtained through use of unapproved and erroneous sampling, preservation, storage, or analysis procedures;

(d) Computational errors, misunderstandings of required procedures and other common errors are excluded from this definition.

(20) "Free available chlorine" means the amount of chlorine available as dissolved gas, hypochlorous acid, or hypochlorite ion, that is not combined with an amine or other organic compound.

(21) "Grab sample" means a single sample of wastewater, effluent, or reclaimed water.

(22) "Ground water" means water beneath the surface of the ground, whether or not flowing through known and definite channels.

(23) "Holding pond" means a storage tank or artificial impoundment or pond constructed above, on, below, or partly below the ground surface that is designed and maintained to store a specific volume of fluid and minimize fluid losses other than those primarily occurring by evaporation; generally, holding ponds are not intended to provide a mechanism for pollutant reduction. When used in conjunction with rapid-rate land application systems or other systems described in Chapter 62-610, F.A.C., holding ponds can also provide a mechanism to accomplish nitrogen reduction.

(24) "HRS" means the State of Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services.

(25) "Lead or chief operator" means the certified operator whose responsibilities include the supervision of all other persons who are employed at a plant, performance of on-site treatment plant operation, and whose responsibility it is for the effectiveness and efficiency of the overall treatment plant operation.

(26) "Maximum daily flow" means the largest volume of wastewater flowing into a wastewater facility during any consecutive 24-hour period, expressed in units of mgd; maximum 24-hour flow.

(27) "Membrane filter (MF) method" means a method for the direct enumeration of specific microorganisms resulting from the passage of an appropriate volume of water or wastewater through a membrane filter that retains the microorganisms present in the sample, using approved methods.

(28) "Milligrams per liter (mg/L)" means the quantity of material present in water or wastewater expressed on the basis of the weight (milligrams) per unit volume of solution (liter).

(29) "Milliliter (mL)" means the metric unit of capacity equal to one thousandth of the volume of a liter.

(30) "Modification" means any alteration, expansion, upgrade, extension, replacement of, or addition to an existing wastewater facility or activity. “Modification” does not include, and no permit revision is required for structural changes to an existing wastewater facility or activity, site or plant, that do not change the quality, nature, or quantity of the discharge of wastes or that do not cause water pollution.

(31) "Monitoring well" means a strategically located well from which ground water levels are measured and samples are withdrawn for water quality analysis.

(32) "Most probable number (MPN) method" means a method for the detection and estimation of specific microorganisms in water or wastewater samples by the multiple fermentation tube technique, as determined using approved methods.

(33) "Nitrate (NO3)" means the nitrogen content present in water or wastewater attributable to the nitrate (NO3) ion and expressed as elemental nitrogen, N, as determined using approved methods.

(34) "Nitrite (NO2)" means the nitrogen content present in water or wastewater attributable to the nitrite (NO2) ion and expressed as elemental nitrogen, N, as determined using approved methods.

(35) "Nutrients" shall mean the separately reported values of total nitrogen, total phosphorus, ammonia, nitrate plus nitrite and ortho-phosphate.

(36) "Operator" means any person who is principally engaged in and is in charge on-site of the actual treatment plant operation and includes the person who is in charge of treatment plant operation for a shift or period of operation during any part of the day, as certified in accordance with Chapter 62-602, F.A.C.

(37) "Organic nitrogen" means nitrogen chemically bound in organic molecules such as proteins, amines, and amino acids; total Kjeldahl nitrogen minus ammonia nitrogen.

(38) "Ortho-phosphate" means the inorganic phosphorus present as phosphate ions or a salt of the phosphate ion in water or wastewater as determined using approved methods.

(39) "Permitted capacity" means the treatment capacity for which a plant is approved by Department permit expressed in units of mgd. The permit shall specify the time frame associated with the permitted capacity (e.g., annual average daily flow, maximum monthly average daily flow, three-month average daily flow).

(40) "Permittee" means the owner, operator or other entity to which a permit for a wastewater facility or activity is issued by the Department. The term “permittee” shall be functionally synonymous with the terms “owner,” “contractor”, and “licensee,” but shall not include licensed individuals, such as State certified operators, unless they are the persons to whom a facility permit is issued by the Department. The term shall extend to a permit “applicant” for purposes of this chapter.

(41) "pH" means the negative common logarithm of the hydrogen-ion activity in moles per liter, as determined using approved methods.

(42) "Reclaimed water" means water that has received at least secondary treatment and is reused after flowing out of a wastewater treatment facility.

(43) "Reuse" means the deliberate application of reclaimed water, in compliance with Department and District rules, for a beneficial purpose.

(a) Where appropriate, said uses may encompass:

1. Landscape irrigation (such as irrigation of golf courses, cemeteries, highway medians, parks, playgrounds, school yards, retail nurseries, and residential properties);

2. Agricultural irrigation (such as irrigation of food, fiber, fodder and seed crops, wholesale nurseries, sod farms, and pastures);

3. Aesthetic uses (such as decorative ponds and fountains);

4. Groundwater recharge (such as slow rate, rapid-rate, and absorption field land application systems) but not including disposal methods described in (b), below;

5. Industrial uses (such as cooling water, process water, and wash waters);

6. Environmental enhancement of surface waters resulting from discharge of reclaimed water having received at least advanced wastewater treatment or from discharge of reclaimed water for wetlands restoration;

7. Fire protection; or

8. Other useful purpose.

(b) Overland flow land application systems, rapid-rate land application systems providing continuous loading to a single percolation cell, other land application systems involving less than secondary treatment prior to application, septic tanks, and groundwater disposal systems using Class I wells injecting effluent or wastes into Class G-IV waters shall be excluded from the definition of reuse.

(44) "Secretary" means the Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection.

(45) "Surface water" means water upon the surface of the earth, whether contained in bounds created naturally or artificially or diffused. Water from natural springs shall be classified as surface water when it exists from the spring onto the earth's surface.

(46) "Three-month average daily flow" means the total volume of wastewater flowing into a wastewater facility during a period of three consecutive months, divided by the number of days in this three-month period and expressed in units of mgd. The three-month average daily flow also can be calculated by adding the three monthly average daily flows observed during this three month period and dividing by three.

(47) "Total ammonia" means the sum of nitrogen content present as un-ionized ammonia (NH3) and the nitrogen content present as ammonium (NH4+) and expressed as elemental nitrogen, N, as determined using approved methods.

(48) "Total chlorine residual" means the chlorine remaining in water or wastewater at the end of a specific contact period as combined and free chlorine, measured analytically by approved methods as combined chlorine residual.

(49) "Total dissolved solids (TDS)" means the amount of dissolved constituents present in water or wastewater, usually expressed in milligrams per liter and analyzed as filterable residue, as determined using approved methods.

(50) "Total Kjeldahl nitrogen (TKN)" means the sum of free ammonia and organic nitrogen compounds in water or wastewater and expressed as elemental nitrogen, N, as determined using approved methods.

(51) "Total nitrogen (TN)" means the total content of the nitrogen species of organic nitrogen, ammonia, nitrate and nitrite present in water or wastewater and expressed as elemental nitrogen, N, as determined using approved methods.

(52) "Total organic carbon (TOC)" means the carbon content in water or wastewater that is present in the form of organic material, as determined using approved methods.

(53) "Total phosphorus (TP)" means the total phosphate content of water or wastewater including all of the ortho-phosphates and condensed phosphates, both soluble and insoluble, and organic and inorganic species and expressed as elemental phosphorus, P, as determined using approved methods.

(54) "Total suspended solids (TSS)" means solids that either float on the surface of, or are suspended in, water or wastewater; the quantity of material removed from a sample in a laboratory test referred to as nonfilterable residue, as determined using approved methods.

(55) "Treatment" means any method, technique, or process which changes the physical, chemical, or biological character or composition of wastewater and thereby reduces its potential for polluting waters of the state.

(56) "Treatment plant" means any plant or other works used for the purpose of treating, stabilizing, or holding wastes.

(57) "Wastewater" means the combination of liquid and water-carried pollutants from residences, commercial buildings, industrial plants, and institutions together with any ground water, surface runoff or leachate that may be present.

(58) "Wastewater facility” or “facility” means any facility which discharges wastes into waters of the State or which can reasonably be expected to be a source of water pollution and includes any or all of the following: the collection and transmission system, the wastewater treatment works, the reuse or disposal system, and the residuals management facility.

Specific Authority 403.051, 403.061, 403.088, FS.

Law Implemented 403.051, 403.061(13), 403.088, FS.

History - New 1-1-75, Amended 6-10-76, 9-13-89, Transferred from 17-19.020, Amended 1-30-91, 5-31-93, Formerly 17-601.200, Amended 12-24-96.

62-601.300 General Requirements.


(1) Wastewater treatment facilities shall monitor the flow, the influent for CBOD5 and suspended solids, and the reclaimed water or effluent for all reclaimed water or effluent limitations which are identified in the permit. Monitoring of the influent is not required for parameters other than CBOD5 and suspended solids.

(a) These monitoring results shall be reported to the Department in the Discharge Monitoring Report - Part A and the Daily Sample Results - Part B of DEP Form 62-620.910(10) in accordance with Rule 62-620.610(18), F.A.C.

(b) Parts A and B of DEP Form 62-620.910(10) shall be completed and submitted on a monthly basis and in a timely manner so as to be received by the appropriate District Office of the Department by the twenty-eighth (28th) of the month following the month of operation.

(2) Wastewater treatment facilities with an approved limited wet weather discharge shall report the information required by Rule 62-610.860(5), F.A.C., to the Department in Limited Wet Weather Discharge - Part C of DEP Form 62-620.610(10).

(a) Part C of DEP Form 62-620.910(10) shall be submitted with Parts A and B of DEP Form 62-620.910(10) referenced in Rule 62-601.300(1), F.A.C.

(b) For those months during which no wet weather discharge occurs, Part C of DEP Form 62-620.910 need not be submitted.

(3) Wastewater treatment facilities that discharge to ground waters and are not exempt from ground water monitoring by Rule 62-522.600, F.A.C., shall provide ground water monitoring in accordance with Rule 62-601.700, F.A.C.

(a) Ground water parameters that shall be monitored are listed in Figure 3, Minimum Ground Water Monitoring Schedule. The parameters listed for reuse and land application systems may be increased based on the reclaimed water or effluent analysis report required by Rule 62-601.300(4), F.A.C. Any of the parameters listed for reuse and land application systems (except for nitrate, total dissolved solids, and water level) may be eliminated from the monitoring schedule if the reclaimed water or effluent analysis report shows concentrations less than the drinking water standards established for that parameter in Chapter 62-550, F.A.C.

(b) These monitoring results shall be reported to the Department in the Groundwater Monitoring Report - Part D of Form 62-620.910(10).

(c) The ground water monitoring report shall be completed and submitted in a timely manner so as to be received by the appropriate District Office by the date specified in the permit.

(4) Wastewater treatment facilities with a permitted capacity of 100,000 gpd or greater that discharge to ground waters via reuse and land application systems shall monitor reclaimed water or effluent for the primary and secondary drinking water standards contained in Chapter 62-550, F.A.C., (except for turbidity, total coliforms, color, and corrosivity).

(a) These monitoring results shall be reported to the Department annually on the Reclaimed Water or Effluent Analysis Report, Form 62-620.910(15), F.A.C. During years when a permit is not renewed, a certification stating that no new non-domestic wastewater dischargers have been added to the collection system since the last reclaimed water or effluent analysis was conducted may be submitted in lieu of the report. A reclaimed water or effluent analysis report shall be submitted with any application for permit renewal.

(b) The annual reclaimed water or effluent analysis report or the certification shall be completed and submitted in a timely manner so as to be received by the appropriate District Office by the date specified in the permit.

(5) Monitoring parameters shall be sampled and tested in accordance with requirements of this Chapter.

(6) The minimum requirements for sampling locations, parameters, frequencies, and compositing specifications required in this chapter may be increased or may be reduced by the Secretary or the Secretary's designee depending upon site-specific requirements, the water quality of surface and ground waters, the hydrogeology of the area, the levels of

treatment, the reliability of the facility, and the levels of disinfection provided. Where a reduction has been made, a written report, signed by the Secretary or the Secretary's designee, describing the reduction and its technical justification shall be filed and available for public inspection at the Department's Tallahassee office and applicable District and branch offices.

Specific Authority 403.051, 403.061, 403.088, FS.

Law Implemented 403.051, 403.061(13), 403.088, FS.

History - New 1-1-75, Amended 6-10-76, Transferred from 17-19.030, Amended 1-30-91, 5-31-93, Formerly 17-601.300, Amended 12-24-96.

62-601.400 Sampling and Testing Methods. (Repealed)


Rulemaking Authority 403.051, 403.061, 403.0625, 403.088 FS. Law Implemented 403.051, 403.061(13) 403.0625, 403.088 FS. History - New 1-1-75, Amended 6-10-76, 9-13-89, Transferred from 17-19.040, Amended 1-30-91, 5-31-93, Formerly 17-601.400, Amended 12-24-96, Repealed 2-16-12.

62-601.500 Sampling Schedules, Locations, and Methodology.


(1) Sampling schedules for parameters to be monitored by wastewater facilities shall be included in the wastewater facility permit.

(2) The minimum schedule for sampling and testing parameters to be monitored at a wastewater treatment plant is specified in Figure 2. Ground water monitoring wells shall be tested according to the schedule specified in Figure 3.

(3) Sampling methodology (time, period, location) for grab and composite samples may be specified in the permit, if deemed necessary, for the purpose of obtaining representative samples.

(a) Grab samples shall be used to test pH, chlorine residual, dissolved oxygen, and fecal coliforms.

(b) Grab samples may be used to test for suspended solids at facilities with flows less than 100,000 gallons per day. Where a facility is required to meet the 5.0 mg/L TSS limitation associated with high-level disinfection, grab samples shall be required. All other samples for suspended solids testing shall be flow proportioned, composite samples. Where Chapter 62-602, F.A.C., requires a Class A, B, or C operator, 24-, 16-, or 8- hour compositing periods are required, respectively.

(c) Grab samples may be used to test CBOD5 and nutrients at facilities with flows less than 100,000 gallons per day. All other facilities shall use flow proportioned composite samples to test CBOD5 and nutrients. Where Chapter 62-602, F.A.C., requires a Class A, B, or C operator, 24-, 16-, 8-hour compositing periods are required, respectively.

(d) Twenty-four hour composite samples shall be used to analyze reclaimed water or effluent for the primary and secondary drinking water standards.

(4) Sampling locations which are different from or are not specified by Rule

62-601.500, F.A.C., shall be specified in the permit for the treatment plant.

(a) Influent samples shall be collected so that they do not contain digester supernatant or returned activated sludge, or any other plant process recycled waters.

(b) Reclaimed water or effluent analyses shall generally

be performed on samples collected after final treatment and:

1. Before discharge to holding ponds for reuse and land application systems pursuant to Chapter 62-610, F.A.C.;

2. After holding ponds, if applicable, and immediately before discharge to surface waters for treatment plants discharging to surface waters including overland flow systems and treatment wetland systems; and

3. After holding ponds, if applicable, and immediately before discharge to ground waters for treatment plants discharging to ground waters via underground injection.

(c) For systems involving high-level disinfection, compliance with the TSS limitation shall be achieved, and sampled for, after the filter and before application of the disinfectant.

(5) Wastewater treatment facilities shall provide safe access points for obtaining representative influent and effluent samples which are required by this chapter.

(6) Recording flow meters and totalizers shall be required to measure flows of 100,000 gallons per day or greater. Flow recording devices shall be calibrated on an annual basis.

Specific Authority 403.051, 403.061, 403.088, FS.

Law Implemented 403.051, 403.061(13), 403.088, FS.

History - New 1-1-75, Amended 6-10-76, Transferred from 17-19.050, Amended 1-30-91, 5-31-93, Formerly 17-601.500, Amended 12-24-96.

62-601.700 Ground Water Monitoring.


(1) As required by Rule 62-601.300(3), F.A.C., wastewater treatment facilities which are designed so that some or all of the reclaimed water or effluent may enter ground waters and which are not exempt from ground water monitoring by Rule 62-522.600, F.A.C., shall provide ground water monitoring to assess the effects of this waste upon ground waters.

(2) The monitoring of the ground water and the locations and characteristics of monitoring wells shall be in accordance with the ground water monitoring requirements contained in Chapter 62-522, F.A.C., and this chapter.

(3) Where reclaimed water is applied to multiple sites permitted under Part III of Chapter 62-610, F.A.C., one or more of the sites (representative of each site's hydrogeological characteristics, soil characteristics, vegetative cover, and reclaimed water application method, etc.) shall be selected by the applicant and approved by the Department as the model site(s) for monitoring of the ground water.

(4) Monitoring wells shall be tested according to the schedule shown in Figure 3, unless parameters have been revised in accordance with Rule 62-601.300(3)(a).

(5) Monitoring wells shall be pumped prior to sampling to obtain a representative sample.

Specific Authority 403.061(7), FS.

Law Implemented 403.061(13), FS.

History New 1-1-75, Amended 6-10-76, Transferred from 17-19.070, Amended 1-30-91, 5-31-93, Formerly 17-601.700, Amended 12-24-96.



62-601.810 Pollution Surveys. (Repealed)


Specific Authority 403.061, 403.062, 403.087, 403.504, 403.704, 403.804, 403.805, FS.

Law Implemented 403.021, 403.061, 403.087, 403.088, 403.091, 403.101, 403.121, 403.141, 403.161, 403.182, 403.502, 403.702, 403.708, FS.

History -- Formerly 28-5.20, 17-3.20, 17-4.247, Amended and Renumbered 3-1-79, Transferred from 17-19.090, Transferred from 17-601.900, Formerly 17-601.810, Repealed 12-24-96.

62-601.820 Violations. (Repealed)


Specific Authority 403.061, 403.087, 403.161, FS.

Law Implemented 403.021, 403.061, 403.087, 403.088,

403.161, FS.

History New 1-30-91, Formerly 17-601.820, Repealed 12-24-96.



62-601.830 Noncompliance Fees For Failure To Submit Reports. (Repealed)


Rulemaking Authority 403.051, 403.061, 403.088 FS. Law Implemented 403.051, 403.061(15), 403.088, 403.121(3) FS. History -- New 1-29-91, Formerly 17-601.830, Repealed 2-16-12.

62-601.900 Forms and Instructions. (Repealed)


Specific Authority 120.53(1), 403.061(7), FS.

Law Implemented 120.53(1), 120.55, 403.061(13), FS.

History -- Formerly 28-5.20, 17-3.20, 17-4.247, Amended and Renumbered 3-1-79, Transferred from 17-19.090, Amended 1-30-91, Formerly 17-601.900, Repealed

12-24-96.





Effective 2-16-12



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