The following, where applicable, shall be submitted to the Zoning Board of Review in applying for a special use permit for uses in Zone l and/or Zone 2 as required by § 1106:
   (A)   A complete list of all chemicals, fuels and other potentially toxic or hazardous materials to be used or stored on the premises in quantities greater than those associated with normal household use;
   (B)   Soil survey data with water table and soil percolation tests prepared and certified by a registered professional engineer;
   (C)   A topographical survey of the property with two-foot contour intervals;
   (D)   Water quality analysis of the property, to include ambient (existing) water quality measurements of both groundwater and surface water (if applicable) in the vicinity of the proposed project or construction. A report outlining detailed sampling and testing methods and procedures as required by this section shall be submitted, including information on the qualifications of the firm, individual or laboratory performing said sampling or testing. Analysis shall be based upon sampling and testing performed within one  year of the submission of the application to the Zoning Board of Review.
      (1)   Groundwater samples shall be tested for the presence of the following components or other such components as may be required by the Zoning Board of Review:
         (a)   Arsenic;
         (b)   Lead;
         (c)   Chromium;
         (d)   Mercury;
         (e)   Zinc;
         (f)   Copper;
         (g)   Ph;
         (h)   Oil and grease;
         (i)   Nitrogen (nitrate);
         (j)   Nitrogen (nitrite);
         (k)   Chloride;
         (l)   Phosphorus;
         (m)   Sodium.
      (2)   Surface water samples shall be tested for the presence of the following:
         (a)   Dissolved oxygen;
         (b)   Fecal coliform;
         (c)   Total coliform;
         (d)   pH;
         (e)   Water quality as set forth in Table I, Water Quality Regulations for Water Pollution Control, State of Rhode Island, Dept. of Environmental Management, Division of Water Resources, December 20, 1984, and subsequent amendments thereto;
   (E)   Primary data on the rate and direction of groundwater movement on the property, or in the vicinity of the proposed construction or use, with detailed description of the methods and procedures used;
   (F)   A detailed narrative report by a hydrologist, geologist, agronomist or related soil/hydrology scientist regarding present water quality conditions and the potential impact to groundwater and surface water supplies as a result of the proposed special use, including cumulative impacts over an extended period of time. Such report shall address mitigation measures to alleviate any potential sources of pollution, and shall also address alternatives to the proposed construction or use;
   (G)   Any other pertinent data requested by the Zoning Board of Review which the Board deems necessary to properly assess impacts upon water quality and to ensure compatibility of the special use with the purposes and intent of the Watershed Protection District.
(Ord. passed 10-30-06)