§ 2-22-6 Inspection, sampling, analysis.
(a) It is the duty of the director of environmental management, who may act through his or her authorized agent, to sample, inspect, make analyses, and test soil amendments distributed within the state at any time and place and to any extent he or she may deem necessary to determine whether the soil amendments are in compliance with the provisions of this chapter. The director, individually or through his or her agent, is authorized to enter upon any public or private premises or carriers during regular business hours in order to have access to soil amendments subject to the provisions of the chapter and the rules and regulations pertaining to soil amendments, and to the records relating to their distribution.
(b) The methods of analysis and sampling shall be those adopted by the director from sources such as the association of official analytical chemists, or other sources acceptable to the director.
(c) The results of official analyses of soil amendments and portions of official samples shall be distributed by the director as provided in the regulations.
(P.L. 1977, ch. 165, § 1.)