§ 23-19.5-9. Applicability of 1992 amendments.
On July 21, 1992, this section shall affect existing approvals, renewals, tests, determinations, and/or data as follows:
(1) All persons possessing valid, existing approvals that are based upon tests, determinations and/or data which will be more than five (5) years old at the time of the expiration of this approval may renew their tests, determinations and/or data for one five (5) year term by submitting to the department of environmental management a timely application for renewal, along with:
(i) An affidavit by a registered professional engineer or registered professional land surveyor, in a form satisfactory to the department, stating that the tests, determinations and/or data are still valid and that there have been no significant changes to the property and/or surrounding properties that would adversely affect the validity of the tests and data previously submitted; and
(ii) New or revised plans and specifications for the previously approved sewage disposal system that meet the department's current regulatory requirements.
(2) All tests, determinations and/or data that were compiled more than five (5) years prior to July 21, 1992 but subsequent to January 1, 1985, shall be considered valid to support a new application for approval of an individual sewage disposal system if the application is accompanied by the affidavit of a registered professional engineer or registered professional land surveyor, as described in subdivision (1)(i), and received by the department of environmental management within one hundred fifty (150) days of July 21, 1992. All tests, determinations and/or data qualifying for this exception shall be valid for five (5) years from the date of the approval of this application and shall not be subject to renewal.
(P.L. 1992, ch. 266, § 2.)