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The applicant shall file five copies of environmental documents, site plans, and all other attachments required by YTEP. The site plan shall be drawn of professional quality and at a proper scale as determined by YTEP. All additional submittals shall be prepared by qualified professionals. The site plan and all attachments shall at a minimum include the following information where pertinent:

(a) A complete list of chemicals, pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers, fuels, and other potentially hazardous materials to be used or stored within the wellhead protection area;

(b) For those activities using or storing such hazardous materials, a hazardous materials management plan shall be prepared and filed with the hazardous materials coordinator of the local Fire Department, Fire Chief of the Fire Department, and YTEP. The plan shall include:

(1) Provisions to protect against the discharge of hazardous materials or wastes to the environment due to spillage, accidental damage, corrosion, leakage, or vandalism, including spill containment and cleanup procedures;

(2) Provisions for indoor, secured storage of hazardous materials and wastes with impervious floor surfaces;

(c) Proposed down-gradient location(s) for ground water monitoring well(s), should YTEP deem the activity a potential ground water threat. [Ord. 73 § 4305, amended, 5/21/2020.]