7430 Page 1 of 2 FOREST SERVICE MANUAL PORTLAND, OREGON TITLE 7400 - PUBLIC HEALTH AND POLLUTION CONTROL FACILITIES R-6 Supplement No. 7400-95-3 Effective June 29, 1995 POSTING NOTICE. Supplements are numbered consecutively by title and calendar year. Post by document name. Remove entire document, if one exists, and replace with this supplement. The last R-6 Supplement to this manual was R-6 Supplement No. 7400-95-2 This supplement supersedes Supplement No. 7400-90-3 Document Name Superseded Number of 7430 2 New Pages 2 Digest: Direction within this supplement is delegation of authority, and a listing of all applicable State laws and statutes issued by the States of Oregon and Washington regarding wastewater. The direction contained in this supplement is exempt from the 50% reduction of Executive Branch Agency Internal Regulations set forth by Executive Order 12861, (September 11, 1993). JOHN E. LOWE Regional Forester R-6 SUPPLEMENT 7400-90-3 EFFECTIVE 8/1/90 7430 Page 2 of 2 FSM 7400 - PUBLIC HEALTH AND POLLUTION CONTROL FACILITIES R-6 SUPPLEMENT 7400-95-3 EFFECTIVE 6/29/95 CHAPTER 7430 - WASTEWATER 7430.1 - Authority 5. Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) 468. This legislation authorizes the Environmental Quality Commission to establish administrative rules for sewage treatment and disposal systems. 6. Oregon Administrative Rules (OAR) Chapter 340, latest revision of applicable divisions. These rules are the established regulations for sewage treatment and disposal systems in the State of Oregon. 7. Revised Code of Washington (RCW) Chapter 43.20.050. This legislation authorizes the State Board of Health to establish administrative rules for sewage treatment and disposal systems. 8. Washington Administrative Code (WAC) Chapter 248-96. These rules are the established regulations in the State of Washington for non-reclaimed on-site sewage disposal systems with design flows less than 3,500 gallons per day. 9. Washington Administrative Code (WAC) Chapter 173-240. These rules are the established regulations in the State of Washington for sewage treatment and disposal systems using mechanical treatment, or lagoons with design flows above 3,500 gallons per day. 7430.42 - Forest Supervisors and Project Leaders Forest Supervisors are delegated authority to approve technical engineering reports and designs, given the following conditions: 1. They meet all requirements of State and local applicable rules and regulations, including reviews and approvals. 2. A qualified independent engineer checks, reviews and signs the engineering report and drawings. 3. They use R-6 master specifications as the basis for job specifications. 4. They use R-6 standard details for construction details. The term "qualified independent", as used above, is defined as a person with demonstrated ability and technical skills in the area and not having been involved with the design being reviewed. If these skills are not available on the Forest, the check and review shall be obtained from another Forest or the Regional Office.