Local Environmental Protection Program
LEPP funding enables local authorities to develop water protection plans which are customized for their areas and complement other water quality efforts being waged by state and federal agencies. Plans developed with LEPP funds describe actions that communities will take to manage private septic system waste water treatment, solid waste, hazardous waste, nonpoint source pollution, and private water wells.
The following regulations represent an electronic facsimile of Kansas Administrative Regulations, promulgated by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment and published by the Kansas Secretary of State. These rules are taken from electronic copies of the printed state regulations which serve as the agency's official rules and regulations. The printed regulations represent the final word in matters of interpretation.
The KDHE Office of Communications has appended copies of the Kansas State Register publication of new or amended, permanent KDHE regulations to the appropriate chapter. Those amendments are noted on the cover sheet for each chapter.
Sheryl Ervin, LEP Program Manager
- 28-66. Local Environmental Protection Grant Program.
- KSA 65-159. Abatement of nuisances; failure to remove, penalties
- KSA 65-201. Public Health Local Boards of Health; Clinics
- KSA 19-3701 to 19-3709, Sanitation controls
- Bulletin 4-2: Minimum Standards for Design and Construction of Onsite Wastewater Systems
- Wastewater Options for Small Communities in Kansas Manual
- Kansas EPA 503 Land Application of Septage
- EPA Onsite Wastewater Treatment
- Floor Drain TGD
- Suspect Class V UIC Well Flowchart
- Inventory Report for Class V Well(s)
- Public Land Survey Section/Township/Range (STR) Finder
- Kennel Wastewater Permitting Technical Guidance Document
Table of Certified Septic Tank Manufacturers (5-17-12)
- Note: Effective July 1, 2002 all septic tanks installed in Kansas need to comply with Bulletin 4-2, Minimum Standards for Design and Construction of Onsite Wastewater Systems.