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Review provided for in §155.05 will include:
(A) The project and related improvements shall be designed to protect land and water resources from pollution, including pollution of soils, groundwater, rivers, streams, lakes, ponds, and wetlands.
(B) If required by state or federal law, properties using hazardous substances are required to have a Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan, a Pollution Incident Prevention Plan (PIPP), and/or a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP).
(C) Sites that at any time use, store or generate hazardous substances shall be designed to prevent spills and unpermitted discharges to air, surface of the ground, groundwater, lakes, streams, rivers or wetlands.
(D) Hazardous substances stored on the site before, during, or after site construction, shall be stored in a location and manner designed to prevent spills and unpermitted discharges to air, surface of the ground, groundwater, lakes, streams, rivers, or wetlands.
(E) Secondary containment facilities shall be provided for aboveground storage of hazardous substances in accordance with state and federal requirements. Aboveground secondary containment facilities shall be designed and constructed so that the potentially polluting material cannot escape from the unit by gravity through sewers, drains, or other means, directly or indirectly into a sewer system, or to the waters of the state (including groundwater).
(F) Unplugged abandoned wells and cisterns shall be plugged in accordance with regulations and procedures of the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality and the County Health Department.
(G) Completion of the EGLE Environmental Permits Checklist.
(Ord. 190909-1, passed 9-9-2019)