Use Prohibitions – Local ordinances can be used to prohibit the storage or use of dangerous materials in a protection area. Examples of typical prohibited uses in source water protection areas:

1. Asphalt processing plants.

2. Chemical manufacturing.

3. Class II injection wells as it relates to oil and gas sites that inject brine or other fluids      below the underground source of drinking water.

4. Class V injection wells

5. Dry cleaners that conduct on-site cleaning and store cleaning agents, unless connected    to public sewer or utilize non-toxic cleaning agents

6. Electrical or electronic manufacturing, on-site disposal or recycling facilities.

7. Electroplating facilities, unless connected to public sewer.

8. Extraction of minerals, rocks, gravel, sand or similar materials.

9. Facilities with underground petroleum storage tanks of over 660 gallon capacity or underground petroleum product pipelines.

10. Fertilizer storage facilities (commercial).

11. Funeral homes and mortuaries, unless connected to public sewer.

12. Hazardous materials treatment, storage, generation, or disposal facilities.

13. Junkyards and demolition facilities.

14. Land application of contaminated soils, wastewater residuals (sludge), or septage.

15. Large concentrated animal feeding operations.

16. Machine shops (commercial).

17. Photo processing labs, unless connected to public sewer.

18. Railroad or heavy equipment maintenance or fueling facilities.

19. Storage of chemicals or petroleum products in structures for subsequent resale to distributors or retail dealers or outlets.

20. Stormwater discharge into karst solution features, sinkholes or drainage wells.

21. Uncovered stockpiles of leachable materials, including bulk salt stockpiles.

22. Vehicle service and repair (commercial), including motor vehicles, boats and farm equipment.

23. Wood preserving facilities.

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