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Related Rules:
Utah Underground Injection Control (UIC) Program

The Utah Administrative Rules for the Underground Injection Control Program incorporates by reference several portions of the Code of Federal Regulations as well as the Administrative Rules for other programs in Utah.  Additionally, certain UIC injection well activities are of concern to other state and local government agencies.

40 CFR

  • 40 CFR 141
    National Primary Drinking Water Regulations
  • 40 CFR 144
    Underground Injection Control Program
  • 40 CFR 146
    Underground Injection Control Program – Criteria and Standards
  • 40 CFR 147
    State UIC Programs (Sections of this Part pertaining to Utah are 147.2250, 147.2251, and 147.2253)
  • 40 CFR 148
    Hazardous Waste Injection Restrictions
  • 40 CFR 261
    Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste

10 CFR

Administrative Rules for Other State of Utah Agencies

Division of Water Quality, DEQ

  • R317
    Water Quality

    • R317-6
      Ground Water Quality Protection

Division of Drinking Water, DEQ

  • R309
    Drinking Water

    • R309-600
      Drinking Water Source Protection For Ground-Water Sources

Division of Environmental Response and Remediation, DEQ

  • R311
    Environmental Response and Remediation

Division of Waste Management and Radiation Control, DEQ

  • R315
    Solid and Hazardous Waste

Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining, Department of Natural Resources

Division of Water Rights, Department of Natural Resources

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