The commissioner, upon receipt of information that a contaminant which is present
in or is likely to enter a water system may present an imminent and substantial endangerment
to the health of persons, may take such actions as he may deem necessary in order
to protect the health of such persons. Such actions may include, but shall not be limited to: a. issuing such orders as
may be necessary to protect the health of persons who are or may be users of such
system, including travelers; and b. commencing a civil action for appropriate relief,
including a restraining order or permanent or temporary injunction.
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