310 CMR 22.00: Current Regulations

  • 310 CMR 22.00: The Massachusetts Drinking Water Regulations  pdf format of 310 CMR 22.00: Massachusetts Drinking Water Regulations
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    These regulations were last amended in February 2010.

  • 310 CMR 22.00 - Sections

    22.01: Purpose and Authority
    22.02: Definitions
    22.03: Compliance
    22.04: Construction, Operation and Maintenance of Public Water Systems
    22.05: Maximum Microbiological Contaminant Levels, Monitoring Requirements and Analytical Methods
    22.06: Inorganic Chemical Maximum Contaminant Levels, Monitoring Requirements and Analytical Methods
    22.06A: Special Monitoring for Sodium, Reporting and Analytical Methods and Frequency
    22.06B: Control of Lead and Copper in Drinking Water
    22.06C: Compliance with Secondary Maximum Contaminant Level and Public Notification for Fluoride
    22.07A: Synthetic Organic Chemicals (SOC) Sampling and Analytical Requirements
    22.07B: Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCLs) for Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC)
    22.07C: Unregulated Inorganic and Organic Chemicals Special Monitoring
    22.07D: Secondary Chemicals Standards
    22.07E: Disinfection Byproducts, Disinfection Residuals and Disinfection Byproduct Precursors
    22.07F: Stage 2 Disinfection Byproducts Requirements (DBPR)
    22.08: Maximum Turbidity Contaminant Levels, Monitoring Requirements and Analytical Methods for Unfiltered Systems and for Filtered Systems not in Compliance with 310 CMR 22.20A
    22.09A: Maximum Radionuclide Contaminant Levels, Monitoring Requirements and Analytical Methods Effective as of December 8, 2003
    22.10: Alternative Analytical Methods
    22.11A: Laboratory Certification
    22.11B: Public Water Systems Certified Operator Staffing Requirements
    22.12: Consecutive Public Water Systems
    22.13: Variances
    22.13A: Small System Variances
    22.14: Exemptions
    22.15: General Reporting Requirements
    22.16: Public Notification Requirements
    22.16A: Consumer Confidence Reporting Requirements
    22.17: Record Maintenance
    22.18: Right of Entry
    22.19: Distribution System Requirements
    22.20A: Surface Water Treatment Rule
    22.20B: Surface Water Supply Protection
    22.20C: Surface Water Supply Protection for New and Expanding Class A Surface Water Sources
    22.20D: Interim Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule
    22.20E: Filter Backwash Recycling Rule
    22.20F: Long Term 1 Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule
    22.20G: Long Term 2 Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule
    22.21: Ground Water Supply Protection
    22.22: Cross Connections Distribution System Protection
    22.23: Use of Non-centralized Treatment Devices and Bottled Water
    22.24: Sale, Transfer of Property Interest, or Change in Use of Water Supply Land
    22.25: Abandonment of Water Supply Sources
    22.26: Ground Water Rule
    22.27: Severability

  • Lead and Copper Rule (Revised Requirements)
  • 310 CMR 22.22: Cross Connection Regulations  pdf format of 310 CMR 22.22: Cross Connection Regulations
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  • 310 CMR 22.26: Ground Water Rule  pdf format of 310 CMR 22.26: Ground Water Rule
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  • Wellhead Protection Regulations, annotated - April 2001  pdf format of Drinking Water Wellhead Protection Regulations
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310 CMR 22.00: Proposed Amendments & Public Comment

  • There are no proposed regulations out for public comment at this time.

310 CMR 22.00: Recently Promulgated Amendments

  • There have been no recent amendments to these regulations.

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