401 KAR 6:200. Documents incorporated by reference relative to public and semipublic water supplies and swimming pools.


      RELATES TO: KRS 223.170, 223.180, 223.190, 223.210, 224.10-110

      STATUTORY AUTHORITY: KRS 223.200, 224.10-110

      NECESSITY, FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY: KRS 13A.120 prohibits an administrative body from issuing standards or by any other name a document where an administrative regulation is required or authorized by law. KRS 13A.130 prohibits an administrative body from using a policy, memorandum, or other form of action to modify or expand a statute or administrative regulation, or to expand or limit a right guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States, the Constitution of Kentucky, a statute, or an administrative regulation. This administrative regulation provides for the incorporation by reference allowed under 1 KAR 1:010 of the documents used by the Environmental and Public Protection Cabinet to implement 401 KAR Chapter 6, Sanitary Engineering. Copies of these documents may be obtained or examined at the Division of Water Frankfort Office.


      Section 1. Plan Review. (1) Documents.

      (a) Health Education Service, Inc., Recommended Standards for Water Works: A Report of the Committee of the Great Lakes - Upper Mississippi River Board of State Sanitary Engineers, Health Education Service, Inc., 1976.

      (b) Health Education Service, Inc., Manual of Individual Water Supply Systems, EPA-430/9-74-007, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1975.

      (c) Bellack, Erwin, Fluoridation Engineering Manual, U.S. EPA, Water Supply Division, Washington 20460, 1972.

      (d) National Sanitation Foundation, Annual Listing: Swimming Pool Equipment, National Sanitation Foundation, Ann Arbor, 1984.

      (2) Policy.

      (a) Kentucky Division of Water, General Design Criteria for Surface and Ground Water Supplies, 1984.

      (b) Kentucky Division of Water, General Guidelines for Conducting Stream Studies for Wastewater Discharges Proposed Within Five Miles Upstream from Public Water Supply Sources or from the Location of Public Water Supply Intakes Within Five Miles Downstream from Wastewater Discharges, 1983.


      Section 2. Compliance. (1) Documents.

      (a) APHA-AWWA-WPCF, Standard Methods 15th Edition American Public Health Association, Washington, D.C., 1980.

      (b) U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Handbook for Analytical Quality Control in Water and Wastewater Laboratories, EPA 600/4-79-019, U.S. EPA, Washington, D.C., 1979.

      (c) U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Handbook for Evaluating Water Bacteriological Laboratories, EPA-670/9-75-006, Washington, D.C.

      (d) U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Manual for the Interim Certification of Laboratories Involved in Analyzing Public Drinking Water Supplies - Criteria and Procedures, EPA-600/8-78-008, Washington, D.C., May 1978.

      (e) U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Microbiological Methods for Monitoring the Environment, EPA-600/8-78-017, Washington, D.C., 1978.

      (2) Policy. Kentucky Division of Water, Policy Memorandum Compliance Procedures for Public and Semipublic Water Supplies, January, 1984.


      Section 3. Operator Training and Certification. Documents. (1) New York State Department of Health, Manual of Instruction for Water Treatment Plant Operators, Health Education Service, Albany.

      (2) Kentucky Division of Water, Training Manuals for Large Water Plant Operators, Finance Printing Press, Frankfort, 1984.

      (3) Kentucky Division of Water, Training Manual for Small Water Plant Operators, Finance Printing Press, Frankfort, 1984. (10 Ky.R. 1214; Am. 11 Ky.R. 178; eff. 8-7-1984; TAm eff. 8-9-2007.)