Proposed Rules

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    Proposed Rule
    Summary
    Fiscal Note(s)
    Supporting Documents
    Link to Missouri Register
    Small Business Impact Statement
    Date Posted
    10 CSR 10-2.215
    This rulemaking will rescind an obsolete rule.
    No
    No
    05/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-2.260
    This amendment removes obsolete provisions, reduces the regulatory burden on facilities, improves consistency with the St. Louis rule 10 CSR 10-5.220 that regulates the same facilities, and clarifies rule language on testing, reporting, and other items. This amendment also complies with Executive Order 17-03 criteria and removes any unnecessary restrictive words, adds back definitions specific to the rule, and adds incorporations by reference as applicable.
    No
    No
    06/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-2.300
    This rulemaking will remove the unnecessary use of restrictive words, clarify rule language, update incorporations by reference, and add definitions specific to this rule as well as restructure the rule into the standard rule organization format.
    No
    No
    06/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-2.320
    This amendment removes the unnecessary use of restrictive words, deletes unnecessary compliance dates, and reorganizes the rule into the standard rule organization format.
    No
    No
    05/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-2.340
    This rulemaking will remove the unnecessary use of restrictive words, update incorporation by reference information, add definitions specific to this rule, make administrative updates, and replace the word installations with operations in the title.
    No
    No
    05/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-2.390
    This rulemaking will rescind an obsolete rule.
    No
    No
    05/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-5.360
    This rulemaking will rescind an obsolete rule.
    No
    No
    05/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-5.370
    This rulemaking will rescind an obsolete rule.
    No
    No
    05/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-5.410
    This rulemaking will rescind an obsolete rule.
    No
    No
    05/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-5.440
    This rulemaking will rescind an obsolete rule.
    No
    No
    05/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-5.455
    This rulemaking will rescind an obsolete rule.
    No
    No
    05/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-5.500
    This rulemaking will remove the unnecessary use of restrictive words, clarify rule language, update incorporations by reference, and add definitions specific to this rule.
    No
    No
    06/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-5.520
    This rulemaking will rescind an obsolete rule.
    No
    No
    05/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-5.530
    This rulemaking will remove unnecessary restrictive words, clean up of test method references to properly point to 10 CSR 10-6.030 where the acceptable federal test methods are incorporated by reference.
    No
    No
    06/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-5.540
    This rulemaking will remove the unnecessary use of restrictive words, clarify rule language, update incorporations by reference, and add definitions specific to this rule.
    No
    No
    06/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-5.570
    This rulemaking will remove the unnecessary use of restrictive words, update incorporation by reference information, add definitions specific to this rule, and make administrative updates
    No
    No
    05/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-6.030
    The purpose of this rulemaking is to comply with Executive Order 17-03 criteria and amend this rule to update incorporations by reference. This rule amendment will provide a more efficient way to incorporate by reference methods for stack testing as found in 40 CFR part 51, 40 CFR part 60, and 40 CFR part 61. This amendment will need to be followed up at a later date with another amendment to remove obsolete references once the references are updated in all other air rules.
    No
    No
    05/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-6.040
    Updates the incorporation by reference date to include the latest FR Notices that set new equivalency methods for monitoring air concentrations of NO2, O3, Pb, CO, SO2, PM2.5, PM10, and PM10-2.5. This rulemaking will also add ASTM standards referenced in other 10 CSR 10 rules, update incorporations by reference, and remove the unnecessary use of restrictive words.
    No
    No
    05/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-6.070
    This rulemaking will remove the unnecessary use of restrictive words and revise rule language, where appropriate, to improve user friendliness by applying plain language concepts. This rulemaking also adopts by reference updates to previously adopted 40 CFR 60 subparts that were promulgated from January 1, 2013 through March 12, 2018.
    No
    No
    06/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-6.075
    This rulemaking will remove the unnecessary use of restrictive words and revise rule language, where appropriate, to improve user friendliness by applying plain language concepts. This rulemaking also adopts by reference updates to previously adopted 40 CFR 63 subparts that were promulgated from 1, 2016 through January 29, 2018.
    No
    No
    06/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-6.080
    This rulemaking will remove the unnecessary use of restrictive words and revise rule language, where appropriate, to improve user friendliness by applying plain language concepts. This rulemaking also adopts by reference updates to previously adopted 40 CFR 61 subparts that were promulgated from January 1, 2016 through July 1, 2017.
    No
    No
    06/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-6.110
    This rulemaking will update the applicable year(s) for the emission fee and comply with Executive Order 17-03 criteria by removing an unnecessary requirement and any unnecessary use of restrictive words, adding definitions specific to this rule, and making administrative updates.
    No
    No
    05/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-6.120
    This rulemaking will remove Table 1 because it is no longer necessary due to the shutdown of the facility, update a federal secondary Maximum Achievable Control Standard, remove the unnecessary use of restrictive words and update/add incorporations by reference as applicable.
    No
    No
    06/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-6.130
    This rulemaking will remove unnecessary, outdated, and overly burdensome requirements; reaffirm the Department's authority to take necessary and appropriate actions to mitigate an episode of extremely high air pollution; and allow for flexibility in selecting the most practical methods for mitigation, using modern technology to inform the most practical and efficient solutions to protect the health and welfare of citizens. This amendment changes the rule significantly.
    No
    No
    06/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-6.161
    This rulemaking will update the incorporation by reference date to include recent changes to the federal CISWI rule that include finalizing definitions for kiln and continuous emissions monitoring system data during startup and shutdown and finalizing the particulate matter limit for waste-burning kilns and the emission limits for coal-burning recovery units. This rulemaking will also add an optional production-based mercury (Hg) emission limit, remove unnecessary use of restrictive words, update/add incorporations by reference as applicable, and make administrative updates.
    No
    No
    06/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-6.200
    This rulemaking will incorporate by reference the federal regulatory requirements for existing hospital, medical, and infectious waste incinerators of 40 CFR 60 Subpart Ce--Emission Guidelines and Compliance Times for Hospital/Medical/Infectious Waste Incinerators. This rulemaking will also remove the unnecessary use of restrictive words and update/add incorporations by reference as applicable. This rulemaking will assure that state rule requirements remain consistent with the latest federal rule requirements to avoid confusion.
    No
    No
    05/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-6.241
    This rulemaking will remove the unnecessary use of restrictive words, add definitions specific to this rule, update incorporate by reference information, and remove the requirement to provide a 45-day comment period for revisions to department-supplied forms. This proposed rulemaking will also add conditions for denial of asbestos registration applications.
    No
    No
    06/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-6.250
    This rulemaking will remove the unnecessary use of restrictive words, add definitions specific to this rule, update incorporate by reference information, and remove the requirement to provide a 45-day comment period for revisions to department-supplied forms. It will also add conditions for denial of asbestos occupation certification applications.
    No
    No
    06/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-6.280
    This rulemaking will remove one unnecessary restrictive word, adds a proper incorporation by reference of previously referenced material, and updates the test methods section to allow the use of any methods found in 10 CSR 10-6.075, Maximum Achievable Control Technology Regulations.
    No
    No
    06/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-6.300
    This rulemaking will remove the unnecessary use of restrictive words, add definitions specific to this rule, remove references to a rule that is being rescinded, and make other clarifying changes.
    No
    No
    06/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-6.362
    This rulemaking will rescind an obsolete rule.
    No
    No
    05/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-6.364
    This rulemaking will rescind an obsolete rule.
    No
    No
    05/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-6.366
    This rulemaking will rescind an obsolete rule.
    No
    No
    05/15/2018
    10 CSR 10-6.380
    This rulemaking will remove the unnecessary use of restrictive words, clarify rule language, remove obsolete dates, and add definitions specific to this rule.
    No
    No
    06/15/2018
    10 CSR 20-14.010
    The purpose of this rulemaking is to streamline the types of concentrated animal feeding operation certification available. The amendment is to remove the language that distinguishes between dry and wet CAFOs and rather than having A and B level certificates for each type, consolidate wet and dry and simply have CAFO certificates available in A and B levels.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 20-14.020
    The purpose of this rulemaking is to streamline the types of concentrated animal feeding operation certification available. The amendment is to remove the language that distinguishes between dry and wet CAFOs and consolidate CAFO certificates into A and B levels, which reflects current industry conditions.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 20-2.010
    The rule making was last amended in 1996. There are several new definitions, current definitions that need updated, and definitions that are duplicative of Section 644.016, RSMO. that can be removed.
    No
    No
    06/01/2018
    10 CSR 20-4.010
    The proposed rescission was identified during the Red Tape Reduction Review. The purpose of the rescission is to gain clarity and consistency making it easier for the regulated community. Section (1) Priority Point System will be deleted and the Department will create Priority Point Criteria to be noticed annually for public comment and adopted by the Clean Water Commission as part of the Clean Water Intended Use Plan. Additionally Section (2) Priority Lists and Section (3) Modifications of the rescinded rule will be relocated in 10 CSR 20-4.040 State Revolving Fund General Assistance Regulation.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 20-4.030
    The proposed amendment will remove outdated language from the rule.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 20-4.040
    This rule sets forth requirements for the implementation for Title VI of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act as amended in 1987. This rule needs to be updated to conform with 2014 federal law changes, 2015 state law changes and remove outdated references.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 20-4.041
    The Department has identified inconsistencies between this rule and 10 CSR 20-4.040, State Revolving Fund General Assistance Regulation. The purpose is to resolve the inconsistencies with 10 CSR 20-4.040, clarify the provisions of 10 CSR 20-4.040 that do not apply to the Direct Loan Program, and incorporate requirements per amendments to the Federal Water Pollution Control Act.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 20-4.042
    This rule is proposed to be rescinded as leveraged loans are no longer awarded nor anticipated in the foreseeable future.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 20-4.050
    This rule amendment includes updating the rules to delete what is no longer applicable, clarifying the current rule language, and eliminating duplicative and unnecessary regulatory requirements. Federally funded projects are required to have an environmental review performed to determine the impact of the project on the environment. Often the various federal agencies will have differing environmental review requirements.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 20-4.061
    The Department has identified outdated requirements for grant disbursements (payments) in this rule. The disbursement requirements were updated and simplified. The rule was also updated for grant repayment conditions.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 20-6.010
    The amendment will ensure that duplicative langauge between Chapter 6 and Chapter 8 is removed from the rule. There are 96 regulatory restrictions targeted for elimination or 43% of the restrictive language.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 20-6.011
    The amendments proposed will remove reference to Appendix A and remove the language in 10CSR 20-6.011 (3)(B) of as the language is duplicated in 10 CSR 20-6.011 (2)(G). The rule currently has the most up to date fee structure for clean water fees. The fee language and amounts set in statute are out of date, therefore, it is recommended that the statute be updated to remove the fee amounts since they are set in rule.
    No
    No
    07/15/2018
    10 CSR 20-6.015
    The rule has been targeted for amendment to update the rule with current practices. The comments received are being addressed through department policy measures.
    No
    No
    07/15/2018
    10 CSR 20-6.070
    The rule is targeted for an amendment in order to reduce confusion. The current rule states that a form needs to be submitted upon notification in one place of the rule and then another area of the rule it states the form can be submitted within 90 days. Furthermore, the rule will be amended to clarify the minimum requirements necessary to submit an application to the department.
    No
    No
    07/15/2018
    10 CSR 20-6.090
    The proposed amendment uses references to other rules to duplicative requirements.
    No
    No
    07/15/2018
    10 CSR 20-6.200
    The proposed amendment removes outdated requirements from the rule. Where the proposed amendment is to remove the following sections from the rule 10 CSR 20 6.200(3)(A), 10 CSR 20 6.200(3)(A)(3), (4), (5), (6), 10 CSR 20 6.200(3)(B)(1), 10 CSR 20 6.200(6)(A)3.
    No
    No
    07/15/2018
    10 CSR 20-6.300
    Amend to incorporate statute language by reference
    No
    No
    07/15/2018
    10 CSR 20-7.015
    This rule amendment proposes changes that have the potential to impact all facilities that receive a construction and/or operating permit from the Department that discharge or propose to discharge to waters of the state.
    No
    No
    07/15/2018
    10 CSR 20-8.020
    This will is targeted to be rescinded. The minimum requirements to protect human health and environmental safety will be retained from this rule and incorporated into 10 CSR 20-8.110 - 10 CSR 20-8.210. This will reduce duplication.
    No
    No
    07/15/2018
    10 CSR 20-8.110
    The rule is proposed to be amended to include only the minimum design standards that are necessary to protect human and environmental health and safety. A separate desgin guide will be created as a standard guidance document to design wastewater treatment facilities.
    No
    No
    07/15/2018
    10 CSR 20-8.120
    The rule is proposed to be amended to include only the minimum design standards that are necessary to protect human and environmental health and safety. A separate desgin guide will be created as a standard guidance document to design wastewater treatment facilities.
    No
    No
    07/15/2018
    10 CSR 20-8.125
    This rule will codify the design and construction minimum requirements of alternative sewer systems and protect public health with minimum water main and sewer separation distances.
    No
    No
    07/15/2018
    10 CSR 20-8.130
    The rule is proposed to be amended to include only the minimum design standards that are necessary to protect human and environmental health and safety. A separate desgin guide will be created as a standard guidance document to design wastewater treatment facilities.
    No
    No
    07/15/2018
    10 CSR 20-8.140
    Plan to amend to current industry standards and practices and to incorporate small wastewater treatment facility exceptions. The rule is proposed to be amended to include only the minimum design standards that are necessary to protect human and environmental health and safety. A separate desgin guide will be created as a standard guidance document to design wastewater treatment facilities.
    No
    No
    07/15/2018
    10 CSR 20-8.150
    Plan to amend to current industry standards and practices and to incorporate small wastewater treatment facility exceptions. The rule is proposed to be amended to include only the minimum design standards that are necessary to protect human and environmental health and safety. A separate desgin guide will be created as a standard guidance document to design wastewater treatment facilities.
    No
    No
    07/15/2018
    10 CSR 20-8.160
    Plan to amend to current industry standards and practices and to incorporate small wastewater treatment facility exceptions. The rule is proposed to be amended to include only the minimum design standards that are necessary to protect human and environmental health and safety. A separate desgin guide will be created as a standard guidance document to design wastewater treatment facilities.
    No
    No
    07/15/2018
    10 CSR 20-8.170
    Plan to amend to current industry standards and practices and to incorporate small wastewater treatment facility exceptions. The rule is proposed to be amended to include only the minimum design standards that are necessary to protect human and environmental health and safety. A separate desgin guide will be created as a standard guidance document to design wastewater treatment facilities.
    No
    No
    07/15/2018
    10 CSR 20-8.180
    Plan to amend to current industry standards and practices and to incorporate small wastewater treatment facility exceptions. The rule is proposed to be amended to include only the minimum design standards that are necessary to protect human and environmental health and safety. A separate desgin guide will be created as a standard guidance document to design wastewater treatment facilities.
    No
    No
    07/15/2018
    10 CSR 20-8.190
    Plan to amend to current industry standards and practices and to incorporate small wastewater treatment facility exceptions. The rule is proposed to be amended to include only the minimum design standards that are necessary to protect human and environmental health and safety. A separate desgin guide will be created as a standard guidance document to design wastewater treatment facilities.
    No
    No
    07/15/2018
    10 CSR 20-8.200
    Plan to amend to current industry standards and practices and to incorporate small wastewater treatment facility exceptions. The rule is proposed to be amended to include only the minimum design standards that are necessary to protect human and environmental health and safety. A separate desgin guide will be created as a standard guidance document to design wastewater treatment facilities.
    No
    No
    07/15/2018
    10 CSR 20-8.210
    Plan to amend to current industry standards and practices and to incorporate small wastewater treatment facility exceptions. The rule is proposed to be amended to include only the minimum design standards that are necessary to protect human and environmental health and safety. A separate desgin guide will be created as a standard guidance document to design wastewater treatment facilities.
    No
    No
    07/15/2018
    10 CSR 20-8.220
    Plan to amend to current industry standards and practices and to incorporate small wastewater treatment facility exceptions. The rule is proposed to be amended to include only the minimum design standards that are necessary to protect human and environmental health and safety. A separate desgin guide will be created as a standard guidance document to design wastewater treatment facilities.
    No
    No
    07/15/2018
    10 CSR 20-8.300
    Plan to amend to current industry standards and practices and to incorporate small wastewater treatment facility exceptions. The rule is proposed to be amended to include only the minimum design standards that are necessary to protect human and environmental health and safety. A separate desgin guide will be created as a standard guidance document to design wastewater treatment facilities.
    No
    No
    07/15/2018
    10 CSR 20-8.500
    Plan to amend to current industry standards and practices and to incorporate small wastewater treatment facility exceptions. The rule is proposed to be amended to include only the minimum design standards that are necessary to protect human and environmental health and safety. A separate desgin guide will be created as a standard guidance document to design wastewater treatment facilities.
    No
    No
    07/15/2018
    10 CSR 20-9.010
    The purpose of this rulemaking is to revise the classification criteria and minimum operational monitoring requirements for wastewater treatment facilities to include technologies that are not currently reflected. Proposed amendments also include changes to the operator certification and training criteria to more closely align it with the requirements for drinking water operator certification.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 20-9.020
    The purpose of this rulemaking is to revise the classification criteria and minimum operational monitoring requirements for wastewater treatment facilities to include technologies that are not reflected in the current rules. Proposed amendments also include changes to the operator certification and training criteria to more closely align it with the requirements for drinking water operator certification.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 20-9.030
    The purpose of this rulemaking is to revise the classification criteria and minimum operational monitoring requirements for wastewater treatment facilities to include technologies that are not reflected in the current rules. Proposed amendments also include changes to the operator certification and training criteria to more closely align it with the requirements for drinking water operator certification.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 25-10.010
    This rule was reviewed as part of the Red Tape Reduction initiative. During that review, the Department determined that much of the rule merely restates statutory language and is therefore unnecessary and duplicative. And, the elements of the rule that are not found in statute are not necessary.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 25-11.279
    While many Missouri-specific rules were removed during the process of evaluating Missouri rules after the no stricter than statute for hazardous waste passed, there are some remaining state-specific requirements that were reviewed as part of the red tape reduction process and many of these are proposed for removal in order to align Missouri hazardous waste rules more closely with the federal hazardous waste rules and reduce the regulatory burden on hazardous waste facilities
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 25-12.010
    While many Missouri-specific rules were removed during the process of evaluating Missouri rules after the no stricter than statute for hazardous waste passed, there are some remaining state-specific requirements that were reviewed as part of the red tape reduction process and many of these are proposed for removal in order to align Missouri hazardous waste rules more closely with the federal hazardous waste rules and reduce the regulatory burden on hazardous waste facilities
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 25-13.010
    While many Missouri-specific rules were removed during the process of evaluating Missouri rules after the no stricter than statute for hazardous waste passed, there are some remaining state-specific requirements that were reviewed as part of the red tape reduction process and many of these are proposed for removal in order to align Missouri hazardous waste rules more closely with the federal hazardous waste rules and reduce the regulatory burden on hazardous waste facilities
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 25-15.010
    This rule implements the framework for the Brownfields/Voluntary Cleanup Program, and provides information on application procedures and eligible costs for participants in the program. A close review of the rule and comparison to the statute found in Sections 260.565 through 260.575 Revised Statutes of Missouri (RSMo) revealed that much of the rule merely restates information already found in the statute and it is unnecessary to duplicate this information in the rule. Eliminating duplicative provisions will also avoid the need to update the rule if the statute changes. This rulemaking will remove rules which reiterate the requirements
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 25-16.273
    While many Missouri-specific rules were removed during the process of evaluating Missouri rules after the no stricter than statute for hazardous waste passed, there are some remaining state-specific requirements that were reviewed as part of the red tape reduction process and many of these are proposed for removal in order to align Missouri hazardous waste rules more closely with the federal hazardous waste rules and reduce the regulatory burden on hazardous waste facilities
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 25-2.010
    This rule was reviewed as part of the Red Tape Reduction initiative. During that review, the department identified many instances in which restrictive words were used unnecessarily in the rule. This rulemaking amends the rule to clarify requirements and minimize restrictive language to only those instances where such language is necessary to ensure human and environmental protection.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 25-2.020
    This proposed rulemaking will rescind the rule which describes the process for appealing department decisions to the Administrative Hearing Commission. The rule is no longer necessary as the statute on appeals has all of the same information and the rule is duplicative and outdated.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 25-3.260
    While many Missouri-specific rules were removed during the process of evaluating Missouri rules after the no stricter than statute for hazardous waste passed, there are some remaining state-specific requirements that were reviewed as part of the red tape reduction process and many of these the program believes can now be eliminated so that Missouri hazardous waste rules align more closely with the federal hazardous waste rules and reduce the regulatory burden for hazardous waste facilities
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 25-4.261
    Among other changes related to the department's efforts to implement the red tape reduction initiative, this amendment reinstates a federal rule that was previously excluded from incorporation by reference. The rule provides an exclusion from classification and management as a hazardous waste for certain zinc-containing materials that are recycled and reused as a fertilizer ingredient.
    Yes
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 25-5.262
    While many Missouri-specific rules were removed during the process of evaluating Missouri rules after the no stricter than statute for hazardous waste passed, there are some remaining state-specific requirements that were reviewed as part of the red tape reduction process and many of these are proposed for removal in order to align Missouri hazardous waste rules more closely with the federal hazardous waste rules and reduce the regulatory burden on hazardous waste facilities
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 25-6.263
    While many Missouri-specific rules were removed during the process of evaluating Missouri rules after the no stricter than statute for hazardous waste passed, there are some remaining state-specific requirements that were reviewed as part of the red tape reduction process and many of these are proposed for removal in order to align Missouri hazardous waste rules more closely with the federal hazardous waste rules and reduce the regulatory burden on hazardous waste facilities
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 25-7.264
    While many Missouri-specific rules were removed during the process of evaluating Missouri rules after the no stricter than statute for hazardous waste passed, there are some remaining state-specific requirements that were reviewed as part of the red tape reduction process and many of these are proposed for removal in order to align Missouri hazardous waste rules more closely with the federal hazardous waste rules and reduce the regulatory burden on hazardous waste facilities
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 25-7.265
    While many Missouri-specific rules were removed during the process of evaluating Missouri rules after the no stricter than statute for hazardous waste passed, there are some remaining state-specific requirements that were reviewed as part of the red tape reduction process and many of these are proposed for removal in order to align Missouri hazardous waste rules more closely with the federal hazardous waste rules and reduce the regulatory burden on hazardous waste facilities
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 25-7.266
    While many Missouri-specific rules were removed during the process of evaluating Missouri rules after the no stricter than statute for hazardous waste passed, there are some remaining state-specific requirements that were reviewed as part of the red tape reduction process and many of these are proposed for removal in order to align Missouri hazardous waste rules more closely with the federal hazardous waste rules and reduce the regulatory burden on hazardous waste facilities
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 25-7.270
    While many Missouri-specific rules were removed during the process of evaluating Missouri rules after the no stricter than statute for hazardous waste passed, there are some remaining state-specific requirements that were reviewed as part of the red tape reduction process and many of these are proposed for removal in order to align Missouri hazardous waste rules more closely with the federal hazardous waste rules and reduce the regulatory burden on hazardous waste facilities
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 25-8.124
    While many Missouri-specific rules were removed during the process of evaluating Missouri rules after the no stricter than statute for hazardous waste passed, there are some remaining state-specific requirements that were reviewed as part of the red tape reduction process and many of these are proposed for removal in order to align Missouri hazardous waste rules more closely with the federal hazardous waste rules and reduce the regulatory burden on hazardous waste facilities
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 25-9.020
    This rule was reviewed as part of the Red Tape Reduction initiative. While current federal regulations would allow recycling of this material under a conditional exclusion that provides sufficient oversight of conditions to ensure proper management of the material, those rules are undergoing changes in response to court decisions and the revisions are not yet final. In the interim, the department has proposed changes to streamline the existing process for obtaining a resource recovery certificate.
    Yes
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-11.010
    The purpose of this rulemaking is to allow the installation of backflow prevention devices approved by the American Society of Sanitary Engineers International (ASSE) and other organizations approved by the department. Currently, the only devices approved for installation in the State of Missouri are devices that have been approved by the University of Southern California. Most of the surrounding states and members of the 10 State Standard allow backflow devices approved by agencies other than USC; many of these states allow ASSE approved devices.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-11.030
    The proposed amendment will remove outdated language from the rule.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-13.010
    This rulemaking updates the rules and removes language that is no longer applicable.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-13.020
    This rulemaking updates the rules and removes language that is no longer applicable.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-13.025
    The rulemaking updates the rules and removes language that is no longer applicable.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-13.030
    The rulemaking updates the rules and removes language that is no longer applicable.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-14.010
    The purpose of this rulemaking is to revise the classification criteria for drinking water systems to a more streamlined set of criteria, remove outdated language related to grandparented certificates, and remove a restriction for certain renewal training courses.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-14.020
    The purpose of this rulemaking is to revise the classification criteria for drinking water systems to a more streamlined set of criteria, remove the requirement that treatment facilities be classified at the level determined prior to August 1, 2001 if that classification is higher than specified by the current criteria, update the appeal procedures to direct appeals to the Administrative Hearing Commission, remove outdated language related to grandparented certificates, and other requirements.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-3.010
    Rulemaking will provide construction authorization exemption for public water systems for certain routine maintenance and repair.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-3.020
    The proposed amendments to 3.020 provide clarity by removing inaccurate references.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-3.030
    The proposed amendments to 3.030 reduce some of the application requirements for public water systems required to demonstrate technical, managerial, and financial (TMF) capacity. It also removes non-regulatory recommendations for TMF included in the rule.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-4.022
    The purpose of this rulemaking is the removal of outdated regulations and clarification of RTCR language making applicable regulations less cumbersome to find and less confusing.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-4.025
    This rulemaking is being proposed now because conflicting, redundant, sunset, and inaccurate rule language were identified in these rules as part of the review done through the Red Tape Reduction Initiative.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-4.050
    This rulemaking is being proposed now because conflicting, redundant, sunset, and inaccurate rule language were identified in these rules as part of the review done through the Red Tape Reduction Initiative.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-4.052
    This rulemaking is being proposed now because conflicting, redundant, sunset, and inaccurate rule language were identified in these rules as part of the review done through the Red Tape Reduction Initiative.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-4.060
    This rulemaking is being proposed now because conflicting, redundant, sunset, and inaccurate rule language were identified in these rules as part of the review done through the Red Tape Reduction Initiative. Therefore, the proposed rule language should reduce the burden on the regulated community by making the rules accurate and easier to comprehend.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-4.080
    There are several operational monitoring provisions identified related to disinfection residual, fluoride, hardness and iron where the Department believes the monitoring frequency can be reduced while not decreasing public health protection. Besides these operational monitoring frequency reductions, there are two other revisions being proposed including the removal of language related to the Departments right of inspecting a public water system and clarification and changes to the requirements for fluoride monitoring.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-4.090
    The purpose of this rulemaking is to rescind the rule; some of the requirements of this rule have sunset and are no longer relevant to regulated public water supply systems. Other requirements that remain effective are proposed to be combined with 10 CSR 60-4.094, the Stage 2 Disinfectants/Disinfection By-Products rule.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-4.094
    The proposed rule updates the existing rules by amendment to remove outdated, redundant, conflicting, and sunset text. It does not remove any existing regulatory requirements. In addition, it adds no new regulatory requirements.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-4.100
    The proposed rule updates the existing rules by amendment to remove outdated, redundant, conflicting, and sunset text. It does not remove any existing regulatory requirements. In addition, it adds no new regulatory requirements.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-6.060
    The rulemaking allows a public water system to apply for a waiver from baseline monitoring. Waivers use a risk base approach to reduce monitoring requirements for asbestos, volatile organic chemicals, synthetic organic chemicals, and inorganic chemicals. This approach benefits the PWS by reducing or in some cases eliminating sampling frequency for a particular chemical or group of chemicals.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-6.070
    The rule lists process and procedures for administrative penalties and appeals.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-7.010
    The rulemaking is editorial in nature and corrects rule citations due to rescission of 10 CSR 60-4.020 and the promulgation of 10 CSR 60-4.022.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-8.010
    Rulemaking corrects rule citations due to amendments to 10 CSR 60-4.022.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-8.030
    The purpose of this rulemaking is to establish the minimum requirements for the content of reports that community water systems must deliver to their customers. Text with sunset dates will be removed and references to other rules need to be updated to reflect the changes in those rules from concurrent rulemaking amendments.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 60-9.010
    Rulemaking will correct rule citations due to amendments to 10 CSR 60-4.022 and rescission of 10 CSR 60-4.020.
    No
    No
    07/16/2018
    10 CSR 70-2.010
    The purpose of this rulemaking is to amend 10 CSR 70-2.010 Conduct of Referendums which establishes the Soil and Water Districts Commission (Commission) procedures for the conduct of a referendum on the establishment or disestablishment of soil and water conservation districts. This rule was identified for amendments during the Red Tape Reduction Rule Review pursuant to Executive Order 17-03.
    No
    No
    07/02/2018
    10 CSR 70-2.020
    The purpose of this rulemaking is to amend 10 CSR 70-2.020 Conduct of Supervisor Elections which establishes the procedures for the election of supervisors to the governing body of a soil and water conservation district. This rule was identified for amendments during the Red Tape Reduction Rule review pursuant to Executive Order 17-03.
    No
    No
    07/02/2018
    10 CSR 70-3.010
    The purpose of this rulemaking is to amend 10 CSR 70-3.010 Formation of Soil and Water Conservation Subdistricts which establishes the Soil and Water Districts Commission (Commission) procedures for the formation of a subdistrict of a soil and water conservation district. This rule was identified for amendments during the Red Tape Reduction Rule review pursuant to Executive Order 17-03.
    No
    No
    07/02/2018
    10 CSR 70-4.010
    The purpose of this rulemaking is to amend 10 CSR 70-4.010 Definitions. This rule provides a legal description of terms used throughout Division 70. This rule was identified for amendments during the Red Tape Reduction Rule review pursuant to Executive Order 17-03.
    No
    No
    07/02/2018
    10 CSR 70-5.010
    The purpose of this rulemaking is to amend 10 CSR 70-5.010 Apportionment of Funds which establishes Soil and Water Districts Commission (Commission) procedures for allocation of funds available for the Missouri State Soil and Water Conservation Cost-Share Program. This rulemaking is being proposed now because this rule was identified for amendments during the Red Tape Reduction Rule review pursuant to Executive Order 17-03.
    No
    No
    07/02/2018
    10 CSR 70-5.020
    The purpose of this rulemaking is to amend 10 CSR 70-5.020 Application and Eligibility for Funds which establishes criteria and methods of application for persons desiring funds from the Missouri Soil and Water Conservation Cost-Share Program. This rule was identified for amendments during the Red Tape Reduction Rule review pursuant to Executive Order 17-03.
    No
    No
    07/02/2018
    10 CSR 70-5.030
    The purpose of this rulemaking is to amend 10 CSR 70-5.030 Design, Layout and Construction of Proposed Practices; Operation and Maintenance which specifies technical aspects and certification, establishes responsibility of operation and maintenance and provides a method of modifying projects and practices. This rule was identified for amendments during the Red Tape Reduction review pursuant to Executive Order 17-03.
    No
    No
    07/02/2018
    10 CSR 70-5.040
    The purpose of this rulemaking is to amend 10 CSR 70-5.040 Cost-Share Rates and Reimbursement Procedures which establishes cost-share rates and reimbursement procedures. This rule was identified for amendments during the Red Tape Reduction review pursuant to Executive Order 17-03.
    No
    No
    07/02/2018
    10 CSR 70-5.050
    The purpose of this rulemaking is to amend 10 CSR 70-5.050 District Administration of the Cost-Share Program which establishes guidelines for the administration of the Cost-Share Program by the participating districts. This rule was identified for amendments during the Red Tape Reduction review pursuant to Executive Order 17-03.
    No
    No
    07/02/2018
    10 CSR 70-5.060
    The purpose of this rulemaking is to amend 10 CSR 70-5.060 Commission Administration of the Cost-Share Program which establishes guidelines for the administration of the Cost-Share Program by the Soil and Water Districts Commission (Commission). This rule was identified for amendments during the Red Tape Reduction review pursuant to Executive Order 17-03.
    No
    No
    07/02/2018
    10 CSR 70-6.010
    The purpose of this rulemaking is to amend 10 CSR 70-6.010 Watershed Subdistrict Tax Levy Referendums which provides the procedures to be followed in watershed subdistrict tax levy referendums. A subdistricts governing body has statutory authority to levy taxes in its subdistrict. Article X, Section 16-24 of the Constitution of Missouri approved after sections 278.160-278.300, RSMo were written, forbids levying any new tax or increasing any existing tax unless voters approve it. This rule was identified for amendments during the Red Tape Reduction review pursuant to Executive Order 17-03.
    No
    No
    07/02/2018
    10 CSR 80-9.030
    This rule describes the implementation of the scrap tire grant program authorized in RSMo 260.273.5 and 260.273.6. This rule is necessary to clarify the Departments oversight of the scrap tire clean up program as well as components of the processes and criteria required to ensure adequate grant performance and accountability. This rule is being amended to remove requirements and reflect current practices. This rule complies with section 260.276 RSMo.
    No
    No
    05/15/2018
    10 CSR 80-9.035
    This proposed amendment describes the implementation of the scrap tire cleanup program authorized in RSMo 260.273.5 and 260.273.6. It clarifies the departments oversight of this program as well as the components of the processes and criteria required to ensure adequate contract performance and accountability. The amendments to this rule will be updating the rule to reflect the changes in statute, current pratices and removing administrative language.
    No
    No
    05/15/2018

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