(a) At any reasonable time, a representative of the Department or a representative
of the health department of the political jurisdiction where the hazardous substance
facility is located may enter any hazardous substance facility:
(1) To inspect the hazardous substance facility;
(2) To obtain water, waste, soil, or air samples;
(3) To drill test wells; and
(4) To measure the volume and kinds of substances that are received, treated, stored,
or disposed of.
(b) If a municipality in which a hazardous substance facility is located does not
have a health department, the mayor of the municipality may designate the municipal
agency that may enter and inspect a hazardous substance facility under this section.
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