NR 812.08(2)(d)4. 4. The well produces water continuously free from contaminants in excess of the drinking water standards of s. NR 812.06.
NR 812.08(2)(d)5. 5. The well casing pipe depth meets the requirements of s. NR 812.42 (1) (b).
NR 812.08(2)(d)6. 6. The well and pump installation are in compliance with all other requirements of this chapter.
NR 812.08(2)(d)7. 7. The walkout basement is not subject to flooding
NR 812.08(2)(d)8. 8. The walkout basement is not in a floodway or floodplain.
NR 812.08(2)(e) (e) A well may not terminate in or extend through a crawl space having a below grade depression or excavation.
NR 812.08(2)(f) (f) If a well must be located in a driveway, parking area, walkway or other high traffic area due to lot size or to meet minimum required separation distances between the well and contaminant sources, the well may be contained within a driveway ramp structure without department approval providing the driveway ramp meets the specifications of s. NR 812.36. Driveway ramps may not be constructed or located in a floodway or floodplain.
NR 812.08(2)(g) (g) A yard hydrant may not be installed within or on a well.
NR 812.08(3) (3)Relation to floodplains.
NR 812.08(3)(a)(a) A potable or nonpotable well may be constructed, reconstructed or replaced in a floodfringe provided that the top of the well is terminated at least 2 feet above the regional flood elevation for the well site.
NR 812.08(3)(b) (b) A well may be reconstructed or replaced in a floodway provided that the top of the well is terminated at least 2 feet above the regional flood elevation for the well site.
NR 812.08(3)(c) (c) A well may not be constructed on a floodway property that is either undeveloped or has building structures but no existing well.
NR 812.08(3)(d) (d) The regional flood elevation may be obtained from the department.
NR 812.08(4) (4)Relation to contamination sources. Minimum separating distances between any new potable or nonpotable well, heat exchange drillhole, reservoir or spring and existing sources of contamination; or between new sources of contamination and potable or nonpotable wells, heat exchange drillholes, reservoirs or springs shall be maintained as described in this subsection. The minimum separating distances of this subsection do not apply to dewatering wells approved under s. NR 812.09 (4) (a). Greater separation distances may be required for wells requiring plan approval under s. NR 812.09. Separation distance requirements to possible sources of contamination will not be waived because of property lines. Separation distances shall be measured from the edge of the well, reservoir or spring, to the nearest edge of the contamination source. Minimum separating distances are listed in Table A and are as follows:
NR 812.08(4)(a) (a) Eight feet between a well or reservoir and a:
NR 812.08(4)(a)1. 1. Buried gravity flow sanitary building drain having pipe conforming to ch. SPS 384;
NR 812.08(4)(a)2. 2. Buried gravity flow sanitary building sewer having pipe conforming to ch. SPS 384;
NR 812.08(4)(a)7. 7. Cistern;
NR 812.08(4)(a)9. 9. Noncomplying pit, subsurface pumproom, alcove, or reservoir;
NR 812.08(4)(a)10. 10. Nonpotable well;
NR 812.08(4)(a)11. 11. Fertilizer or pesticide storage tank with a capacity of less than 1,500 gallons, but only if the well is nonpotable and if the tank is not buried;
NR 812.08 Note Note: For potable wells and buried tanks, see par. (d) 1.
NR 812.08(4)(a)12. 12. Plastic silage storage and transfer tube;
NR 812.08(4)(a)14. 14. Swimming pool, measured to the nearest edge of the water;
NR 812.08(4)(a)15. 15. Dog or other small pet house, pet animal shelter or kennel housing not more than 5 adult pets on a residential lot;
NR 812.08(4)(a)16. 16. A ditch, but not including a river or stream;
NR 812.08 Note Note: For the minimum separating distance to a river or a stream, see par. (b) 7.
NR 812.08(4)(a)17. 17. Buried liquid propane (L.P.) gas tank as specified in ch. SPS 340; or
NR 812.08(4)(a)18. 18. Buried storm collector sewer or stormwater culvert.
NR 812.08(4)(b) (b) Twenty-five feet between a well or reservoir and a:
NR 812.08(4)(b)1. 1. Buried grease interceptor or trap;
NR 812.08(4)(b)2. 2. A septic tank, a POWTS treatment component, or a wastewater sump;
NR 812.08 Note Note: A POWTS treatment component includes a private wastewater treatment tank.
NR 812.08(4)(b)3. 3. A holding tank or POWTS holding component;
NR 812.08(4)(b)4. 4. Buried sanitary building drain or sanitary building sewer having pipe not conforming to ch. SPS 384;
NR 812.08(4)(b)5. 5. Buried pressurized sanitary building sewer having pipe conforming to ch. SPS 384;
NR 812.08(4)(b)6. 6. Buried gravity manure sewer;
NR 812.08(4)(b)7. 7. Lake, pond, river, stream, or stormwater detention basin, measured to the regional high water elevation in the case of a lake or pond, to the edge of the floodway in the case of a river or stream, or to the edge in the case of a stormwater detention basin;
NR 812.08 Note Note: The separation distance requirements of this subsection do not apply to synthetically-lined decorative yard ponds located on residential lots.
NR 812.08(4)(b)11. 11. Buried pressurized sewer pipe conveying manure provided that the pipe meets ASTM specification D-2241, with standard dimension ratio of 21 or less or pressure pipe meeting the requirements of s. NR 110.13 or 811.62;
NR 812.08(4)(b)12. 12. Fuel oil tank, serving a single family residence including any associated surface or buried piping;
NR 812.08(4)(b)14. 14. Vertical shaft installed below grade used for intake of air for a heating or air conditioning system; or
NR 812.08(4)(b)15. 15. Buried sanitary collector sewer serving 4 or fewer living units or having a diameter of 6 inches or less; or
NR 812.08(4)(b)16. 16. Surface or basement liquid petroleum product tank with a capacity less than 1,500 gallons.
NR 812.08 Note Note: The department recommends that potable wells be installed at least 25 feet from an agricultural crop field, sludge or septage landspreading or drying area.
NR 812.08(4)(c) (c) Fifty feet between a well or reservoir and a:
NR 812.08(4)(c)1. 1. POWTS dispersal component or a soil absorption unit receiving less than 12,000 gallons per day of design wastewater flow, including any existing, replacement or abandoned POWTS dispersal component or a soil absorption unit, within 3 years of abandonment, but not including a school soil absorption unit or a POWTS dispersal component. This subdivision includes absorption units both regulated and not regulated by ch. SPS 383, but does not include a separation requirement for school wells;
NR 812.08 Note Note: For the minimum separation requirement for soil absorption units relative to school wells, see par. (e); for soil absorption units or POWTS dispersal components receiving more than 12,000 gallons per day of design wastewater flow see par. (f) 3.
NR 812.08(4)(c)2. 2. Privy or pit privy;
NR 812.08(4)(c)3. 3. Pet waste pit disposal unit;
NR 812.08(4)(c)4. 4. Animal barn or animal shelter;
NR 812.08(4)(c)5. 5. Animal yard;
NR 812.08(4)(c)7. 7. Buried sewer used to convey manure having pipe conforming to ch. SPS 384 that does not meet the specifications in par. (b);
NR 812.08(4)(c)8. 8. Liquid tight manure hopper or reception tank;
NR 812.08(4)(c)9. 9. Filter strip;
NR 812.08(4)(c)10. 10. Buried sanitary collector sewer serving more than 4 living units or larger than 6 inches in diameter. The department's Bureau of Watershed Management, under s. s. 281.41, Stats., may approve the installation of a collector sewer at a distance of less than 50 feet from a well if the sewer is installed a distance of at least 25 feet from the well, and if, within a 50-foot radius of the well, the sewer pipe meets the AWWA requirements for water main equivalent type, and if the sewer is installed in a manner that meets the leakage requirements of AWWA C600;
NR 812.08 Note Note: AWWA C600 is a standard for the “Installation of Ductile-Iron Water Mains and Their Appurtenances" and provides, in section 5.2, hydrostatic water-pressure testing methods and the allowable leakage allowances.
NR 812.08(4)(c)11. 11. An influent sewer to a wastewater treatment plant;
NR 812.08(4)(c)12. 12. The nearest existing or future grave site in cemeteries;
NR 812.08(4)(c)13. 13. Wastewater treatment plant effluent pipe;
NR 812.08(4)(c)14. 14. Buried pressurized sewer having pipe not conforming to ch. SPS 384;
NR 812.08(4)(c)15. 15. Manure loading area;
NR 812.08(4)(c)16. 16. Bulk surface storage tank or other container with a capacity less than or equal to 1,500 gallons for any solid, semi-solid or liquid product, including any associated above ground piping, but not including any associated buried piping regulated under par. (d) 1. This subdivision includes, but is not limited to petroleum barrels, drums, product tanks and waste oil tanks. This subdivision does not include septic, holding, and manure reception tanks; tanks regulated under par. (a) 11., fuel oil tanks regulated under par. (b) 12. or liquid propane tanks regulated under par. (a) 17.;
NR 812.08(4)(c)17. 17. Barn gutter;
NR 812.08(4)(c)18. 18. Animal barn pen;
NR 812.08(4)(c)19. 19. Outlet from a milk house drain; or
NR 812.08(4)(c)20. 20. Vegetated treatment area.
NR 812.08(4)(d) (d) One hundred feet between a well or reservoir and a:
NR 812.08(4)(d)1. 1. Bulk surface storage tank with a capacity greater than 1,500 gallons or any bulk buried storage tank including, for both surface or buried tanks, regardless of capacity, any associated buried piping, for any solid, semi-solid or liquid product but not including those regulated under par. (b) 12. or (c) 16. This subdivision includes, but is not limited to petroleum product tanks, waste oil tanks and pesticide or fertilizer storage tanks not regulated under par. (a) 11. This subdivision does not include septic, holding and manure reception tanks;
NR 812.08(4)(d)2. 2. Liquid-tight, fabricated manure or silage storage structure, in ground or at ground surface;
NR 812.08(4)(d)3. 3. Wastewater treatment plant structure, conveyance or treatment unit;
NR 812.08(4)(d)4. 4. Dry fertilizer or pesticide storage building or area when more than 100 pounds of either or both materials are stored, in packages or in bulk;
NR 812.08(4)(d)5. 5. Well, drillhole or water system used for the underground placement of any waste, surface or subsurface water or any substance as defined in s. 160.01 (8), Stats.;
NR 812.08(4)(d)6. 6. Stormwater infiltration basin or system;
NR 812.08(4)(d)7. 7. Uncovered storage of silage on the ground surface;
NR 812.08(4)(d)8. 8. Water-tight silage storage trench or pit;
NR 812.08(4)(d)9. 9. Lift station.
NR 812.08(4)(d)10. 10. Recycling facility or scrap metal processing facility;
NR 812.08(4)(d)11. 11. Liquid-tight sludge drying bed; or
NR 812.08(4)(d)12. 12. Pesticide or fertilizer mixing or loading area.
NR 812.08(4)(e) (e) Two hundred feet between a school well and a soil absorption unit receiving less than 8,000 gallons per day, existing or abandoned.
NR 812.08(4)(ee) (ee) One hundred fifty feet between a well or reservoir and a temporary manure stack.
NR 812.08(4)(f) (f) Two hundred fifty feet between a well or reservoir and a:
NR 812.08(4)(f)1. 1. Manure stack.
NR 812.08(4)(f)2. 2. Earthen or excavated manure storage structure or waste storage facilities.
NR 812.08 Note Note: Variances from the separating distances may be granted as specified in s. NR 812.43 for earthen storage and manure stacks constructed and maintained to the previous specifications of Soil Conservation Standards No. 425 or 312, or for waste storage facilities constructed and maintained to the present specifications of Natural Resources Conservation Service Standard No. 313.
NR 812.08(4)(f)3. 3. Soil absorption unit receiving 8,000 or more gallons per day, existing, abandoned, or alternate.
NR 812.08(4)(f)4. 4. Sludge landspreading or drying area.
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Published under s. 35.93, Stats. Updated on the first day of each month. Entire code is always current. The Register date on each page is the date the chapter was last published.