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.