The Health Authority shall be notified by telephone or in writing at least forty-eight (48) hours prior to the commencement of any work to construct or deepen a water well for which a permit has been issued, or to seal a water well, boring, or monitoring well. The Health Authority shall be allowed access to any property for the purpose of performing inspection of the water well construction or to inspect the sealing of wells or to investigate abandoned wells.
A water well shall not be placed into operation until the installation of the water well and its components has been inspected to verify compliance with applicable provisions of these regulations and approval issued by the Health Authority. To the degree practical and permitted by the Health Authority, the completed installation shall remain uncovered and/or accessible for inspection purposes until approved by the Health Authority.
It shall be the responsibility of the Water Well Contractor to notify the Health Authority as required.
Upon inspection by the Health Authority, if it is found that any provisions of these regulations or any permit specifications for a stated property have been violated, the Health Authority shall notify the Water Well Contractor to make such specified changes in the work to allow compliance with the provisions of these regulations and the permit. If such changes are not made within a period of time specified by the Health Authority said permit shall be suspended, and it shall be unlawful to place the water well into operation.