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5 Sample Questions

The purpose of the Land Applications Systems rule is to establish _____________________________________ as part of the director’s supervision of the installation and operation and maintenance of this type of sewage disposal system. 
Select all that apply:

  • A. permit application requirements and design standards
  • B. siting restrictions
  • C. operations and maintenance requirements
  • D. water quality and monitoring frequency requirements

Examples of soil absorption systems that are excluded from land application systems are:
Select all that apply:

  • A. Mound systems
  • B. Conventional leach fields
  • C. At-grade gravity leach field dispersal systems
  • D. Below  grade low pressure pipe distribution systems, including drip distribution

Exclusions to the Land application systems rule are:
Select all that apply

  • A. Land application of grease from internal grease trap or an external grease interceptor
  • B. Leach fields
  • C. Land application of domestic, commercial or industrial septage
  • D. Land application of industrial waste, unless the wast is liquid and provides an agronomic benefit

Any person proposing to use a land application system to treat sewage from two or more homes or to treat _________________________per day or greater of sewage or liquid industrial waste, and not proposing to contract with a public entity to operate the disposal system shall submit documentation of ownership accountability which includes  the legal authority to take the measures necessary for construction, operation and maintenance of land application system.

  • A. two thousand gallons
  • B. five thousand gallons
  • C. eight thousand gallons
  • D. ten thousand gallons

 The Land Application Management Plan and NPDES permit requirements include which of the following:
Select all that apply

  • A. treated sewage or liquid industrial waste applied to minimize direct human contact
  • B. signage stating "Non-potable water is suitable for human consumption"
  • C. treated sewage or liquid industrial waste applied to minimize the potential for creating aerosols and mist
  • D. system shall protective of public health and environment

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