Documents include the Primacy Revision Application from the Maryland Department of the Environment which includes a crosswalk showing how the state rule is consistent with the Federal rule, an Attorney General Statement and other required documents.You may need a PDF reader to view some of the files on this page. See EPA’s About PDF page to learn more.
State of Maryland Public Notice (PDF)(2 pp, 47 K,
October 1, 2018)
Notice of Opportunity for Public Comment and Public Hearing on the tentative Approval of Maryland’s Revision of its Public Water System Supervision Program
Official Primacy Docket Records For Maryland Department of the Environment (PDF)(1 pg, 87 K,
October 1. 2018)
Documents used for the tentative approval of the MDE adoption of the Revised Total Coliform Rule
Cover Letter from MDE to Region 3 Regional Administrator (PDF)(1 pg, 132 K,
February 12, 2017)
Submission of Primacy Revision Application for Revised Total Coliform Rule.
Maryland State Attorney General's Statement (PDF)(1 pg, 157 K,
February 15, 2017)
Drinking Water Program Revision Certification
Letter to MDE from EPA Region 3 (PDF)(1 pg, 128 K,
July 24, 2017)
Acknowledging receipt of the Primacy Revision Application
EPA Region 3's Office of Regional Counsel's Concurrence Memo (PDF)(1 pg, 135 K,
June 4, 2018)
ORC has reviewed Maryland's documentation ofthe State's legal authority to require drinking water systems to meet the RTCR requirements.
Letter to MDE from EPA Region 3 on Tentative Approval of Primacy Program Revision (PDF)(1 pg, 195 K,
September 18, 2018)
EPA informs MDE that it has tentatively approved these revisions to Maryland's PWSS Program.