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Testimony on SB 152 Changes [Senate]

Senate Bill 152 Changes

Summary: Testimony to explain proposed amendments to SB 152. "SB 152 was heard in the Committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources on February 19, 2019. The committee subsequently amended the bill to incorporate caps on the proposed fees for the Underground Injection Control wells, water well drillers and certified water and wastewater operators. The amended bill carried over into the 2020 Session and remained in committee. In the interim, the Kansas Department of Health & Environment (KDHE) worked with several UIC Class I operators to draft additional amendments to the existing bill that had been amended by the committee. ... The new language...authorizes the Secretary to impose fees for UIC Class I wells as well as Class V wells, constrained by statutory caps on those fees. Additionally, the fee structure for UIC Class I wells is changed to base fees on the type and status of different injection wells. Finally, the Secretary is directed to reduce Class I fees imposed on facilities that are already paying fees for the Underground Hydrocarbon Storage or UIC Class III Salt Solution Mining programs."

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"January 29, 2020."
Testimony before the Kansas Legislature, Senate Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee, by Thomas Stiles, Director, Bureau of Water, Kansas Department of Health and Environment.
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Available in pdf format at the Kansas Government Information (KGI) Online Library.
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English (United States)
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  • Physical Description: 1 Internet resource (1 page)
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  • Publisher: Topeka, Kansas : Kansas Department of Health and Environment, 2020.

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