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The Pollution Control Agency shall authorize and may monitor not less than one or more
than five projects to test the controlled injection of oxygen-bearing materials and appropriate
microbiological systems into sites of water or soil contamination. An applicant for authority to
conduct one of the tests shall describe to the agency plans for the test injection project including
at least the following:
(1) the quantity and type of chemicals and microbes to be used in the injection project;
(2) the frequency and planned duration of the injections;
(3) test monitoring and evaluation equipment that will be maintained at the site; and
(4) procedures for recording, analyzing, and maintaining information on the injection project.
The applicant shall make available to the agency all significant test results from the injection
project. Trade secret information, as defined in section 13.37, made available by an applicant
is classified as nonpublic data, pursuant to section 13.02, subdivision 9, or private data on
individuals, pursuant to section 13.02, subdivision 12.
History: 1986 c 398 art 26 s 1