62-780.100. Referenced Guidelines and Information Sources  

Effective on Thursday, February 2, 2017
  • 1Specific references to the guidelines and information sources listed below are made within this chapter. The guidelines and information sources are not standards as defined in section 28403.803, F.S. 30Use of these guidelines and information sources is not mandatory and not enforceable; the guidelines and information sources are included for informational purposes only.

    54(1) Approach to the Assessment of Sediment Quality in Florida Coastal Water, Volumes 1-4, dated November 1994.

    71(2) Technical Report: Development of Cleanup Target Levels (CTLs) for chapter 62-777, F.A.C., Final Report, dated February 2005.

    89(3) Chapter 62-780, F.A.C., Contaminated Site Risk-Based Corrective Action (RBCA) Flow Process charts, dated March 21, 2013.

    106(4) American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) RBCA Fate and Transport Models: Compendium and Selection Guidance, dated 1999.

    125(5) Guidance for the Selection of Analytical Methods and for the Evaluation of Practical Quantitation Limits, dated October 12, 2004.

    145(6) Development and Evaluation of Numerical Sediment Quality Assessment Guidelines for Florida Inland Waters, dated January 2003.

    162(7) Institutional Controls Procedures Guidance, Division of Waste Management, Florida Department of Environmental Protection, dated July 2016.

    179(8) Guidance for Evaluating the Technical Impracticability of Ground-Water Restoration, Environmental Protection Agency, draft Interim Guidance, dated September 1993. (Note: USEPA terminology used in this publication may be inconsistent with Department language used in this rule chapter.)

    216(9) Toxicity Test Methods, Florida Department of Environmental Protection Interoffice Memorandum, dated February 16, 2016.

    231(10) USEPA Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS) database.

    239(11) Provisional Peer Reviewed Toxicity Values (PPRTV) derived by the USEPA’s Superfund Technical Support Center for the USEPA Superfund program.

    259(12) Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry Minimal Risk Levels (MRLs).

    271(13) Tolerable Upper Intake Levels issued by the Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences.

    286(14) USEPA Health Effects Assessment Summary Tables (HEAST).

    294(15) Human Health Benchmarks for Pesticides and other toxicity values in technical documents available from the USEPA Office of Pesticide Programs.

    315(16) USEPA Office of Water, Drinking Water Regulations and Health Advisory Levels.

    327(17) California Environmental Protection Agency Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment’s Chronic Reference Exposure Levels and Cancer Potency Values.

    346(18) World Health Organization Tolerable Daily Intake values.

    354(19) International Toxicity Estimates for Risk.

    360(20) Values listed as “Withdrawn” in the IRIS database.

    369(21) ITRC (Interstate Technology & Regulatory Council). 2012. 377Incremental Sampling Methodology380. ISM-1. Washington, DC: Interstate Technology & Regulatory Council, Incremental Sampling Methodology Team. www.itrcweb.org.

    394(22) Mineral Oil Dielectric Fluid Emergency Response Action Protocol, dated May 2016.

    406(23) Heavy Fuel Oil Discharge Response Actions, dated May 2016.

    416(24) Dose Additivity Guidance, dated August 3, 2016.

    424Rulemaking 425Authority 426376.303, 427376.3071, 428376.30701, 429376.3078(4), 430376.81 FS. 432Law Implemented 434376.3071, 435376.30701, 436376.3078(4), 437376.81 FS. 439History–New 4-17-05, Amended 6-12-13, 2-4-14, 2-2-17.
    445Editorial Note: 447Portions of this rule were copied from rules 45562-770.140; 45662-782.100; 457and 45862-785.100, 459F.A.C.


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