(a) The secretary, working in collaboration with the Department of Environmental Protection
and the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, shall compile an inventory
of all potential sources of significant contamination contained within a public water
system's zone of critical concern and identify those that are not currently permitted
or subject to regulation by the Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection
under one or more articles of chapter twenty-two of this code. In compiling the inventory, the secretary shall use information provided in the
registrations submitted pursuant to section four, article thirty, chapter twenty-two
of this code, information provided to the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency
Management pursuant to section 312 of the federal Emergency Planning and Community
Right-to-Know Act, and other information available to the agency.
(b) The department shall provide a copy of the compiled list of known potential sources
of significant contamination in each zone of critical concern to the Department of
Environmental Protection and the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.
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