The regulatory authority shall grant a variance if:
the variance will have no potential adverse effect on public health, safety, or the environment;
the alternative measures to be taken, if any, are equivalent to or superior to those prescribed;
strict compliance with the rule will impose an undue burden on the applicant;
the variance does not vary a statutory standard or preempt federal law or rule; and
the variance has only future effect.
23 SR 519; 43 SR 295
January 2, 2019