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NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT (EXCERPT)
Act 451 of 1994

324.8705 Definitions; R to W.

Sec. 8705.

  (1) “Registrant” means that term as defined in part 83.

  (2) “Restricted use pesticide” means that term as defined in part 83.

  (3) “Site-specific nutrient management plan” means a plan designed to assist farmers in achieving MAEAP standards that includes both of the following:

  (a) Conservation practices and nutrient management activities that, when implemented as part of a conservation system, will help to ensure that both production and natural resources protection goals are achieved.

  (b) Proposed actions to address soil erosion, manure, and organic by-products and their potential impact on water quality.

  (4) “State management plan” means a plan for the protection of groundwater as required by the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s labeling requirements for pesticides and devices under 40 CFR part 156.

  (5) “Technical assistance” means direct on-site assistance provided to individuals that is designed to achieve MAEAP standards.

  (6) “Use” means the loading, mixing, applying, storing, transporting, or disposing of a pesticide or fertilizer.

  (7) “Verification” means the on-site evaluation performed by the department in accordance with protocols adopted by the commission of agriculture and rural development to determine if MAEAP standards have been met.

  (8) “Water monitoring” means monitoring of water in areas adjacent to properties to determine the concentration and spatial distribution of contaminants.

  

  

History: 1994, Act 451, Eff. Mar. 30, 1995 ;– Am. 2011, Act 2, Imd. Eff. Mar. 9, 2011 ;– Am. 2021, Act 123, Imd. Eff. Dec. 17, 2021
Popular Name: Act 451
Popular Name: NREPA



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