Sec. 8714. (1) Upon confirmation of an adverse impact on groundwater, the director may, upon
reasonable notice, require a person to furnish any information that the person may
have relating to the identification, nature, and quantity of pesticides and fertilizers
that are or have been used on a particular site and to current or past production
practices that may have impacted groundwater quality. This information shall be treated as confidential business information and is not
subject to the freedom of information act, 1976 PA 442, MCL 15.231 to 15.246.
(2) The director may, upon written request, authorize persons to land-apply materials
contaminated with pesticides or fertilizers at agronomic rates. This authorization shall prescribe appropriate operational control activities to
protect the application location and shall identify both the location of remediation
and the location or locations where such a land application will take place.
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