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§ 3982. Beneficial Uses and Ground Water Quality Objectives.

23 CA ADC § 3982BARCLAYS OFFICIAL CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS

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Title 23. Waters
Division 4. Regional Water Quality Control Boards
Chapter 1. Water Quality Control Plans, Policies, and Guidelines
Article 9. San Diego Region
23 CCR § 3982
§ 3982. Beneficial Uses and Ground Water Quality Objectives.
The following are changes to the Comprehensive Water Quality Control Plan for the San Diego Basin (Basin Plan): (1) Subdivided the Laguna Hydrologic Area (HA) (HA 901.10), Mission Viejo HA (HA 901.20), and San Clemente HA (HA 901.30) into hydrologic subareas (HSAs), (2) Relaxed ground water quality objectives for total dissolved solids (TDS) and boron in the San Joaquin Hills HSA (HSA 901.11), (3) Relaxed ground water quality objectives for TDS, nitrate, and boron in the Laguna Beach HSA (HSA 901.12), (4) Established more stringent ground water quality objectives for TDS, chloride, sulfate, and boron and designated the municipal and agricultural beneficial uses in the Aliso Creek HSA (HSA 901.13), (5) Established ground water quality objectives for TDS, chloride, sulfate, percent sodium, nitrate, iron, manganese, methylene blue active substances (MBAS), boron, turbidity, color, and fluoride and designated the agricultural beneficial uses in the Dana Point HSA (HSA 901.13), (6) Relaxed ground water quality objectives for TDS, chloride, sulfate, and boron in the Oso Creek HSA (HSA 901.21), Middle Trabuco HSA (HSA 901.23), Gobernadora HSA (HSA 901.24), Middle San Juan Creek HSA (HSA 901.26), Lower San Juan Creek HSA (HSA 901.27), and Ortega HSA (HSA 901.28), (7) Relaxed ground water quality objectives for TDS, chloride, sulfate, and boron in the Prima Desheca HSA (HSA 901.31), and (8) Established ground water quality objectives for TDS, chlorides, sulfate, percent sodium, nitrate, iron, manganese, MBAS, boron, odor, turbidity, color, and fluoride in the Segunda Desheca HSA (HSA 901.32).
HISTORY
1. New section filed 11-9-94; operative 11-9-94. Resolution No. 94-25 adopted by the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board on February 10, 1994. Resolution No. 94-61 adopted by the State Water Resources Control Board on July 21, 1994. Approved by OAL pursuant to Government Code section 11353 (Register 94, No. 45).
This database is current through 6/17/22 Register 2022, No. 24
23 CCR § 3982, 23 CA ADC § 3982
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