November 24, 2017

Division Six - Environmental Health Standards, Rules & Regulations - Chapter IV. Preservation of Environmental Health

Chapter IV. Preservation of Environmental Health

Sec. 604-1 Any aspect of the design of a proposed development which, in the opinion of the Director of the Environmental Health Services Department, is likely or highly possible to cause serious public health problems shall be cause for a recommendation from the Environmental Health Services Department for disapproval of the development.

Sec. 604-2 Any aspect of the design of a proposed development which, in the opinion of the Director of the Environmental Health Services Department, is likely to cause degradation of environmental quality by pollution or contamination shall be cause for a recommendation from the Environmental Health Services Department for disapproval of the development. Environmental Health Services Department activities in this regard will be coordinated with the appropriate State agencies.

Sec. 604-3 Violations of health and safety laws within a proposed land development must be abated prior to Environmental Health Services Department acceptance of the development.

Uncovered or abandoned shafts, pits, and wells, and any other possible hazards, shall be properly destroyed, filled, or otherwise corrected.

Sec. 604-4 Land developments are subject to review by the Environmental Health Services Department with regard to the disposal of solid wastes and liquid wastes (e.g., septic tank pumpings) which may be generated by the development.

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2700 M Street, Suite 570
Bakersfield, CA 93301-2370
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