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Village of Endicott, NY
Broome County
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A. 
The discharge or disposal of construction and demolition debris as defined by 6 NYCRR Part 360, refuse, toxic or hazardous materials, petroleum products or radioactive substances on or below the surface of the ground is prohibited.
B. 
The uncovered outdoor storage of agricultural chemicals, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and fertilizers, except compost, is prohibited.
C. 
The uncovered outdoor storage of more than 100 pounds of chloride salt is prohibited.
D. 
The uncovered outdoor storage of more than 500 pounds of manure is prohibited.
E. 
The construction of Class Five underground injection wells as defined by the Safe Drinking Water Act of 1974 and subsequent amendments is prohibited.
In addition to the regulations below, the rules and regulations under Zone III are also applicable.
A. 
The siting of storage areas for junk vehicles or salvage metals is prohibited.
B. 
The aboveground discharge, land application or disposal of any septic sludge, animal wastes or animal remains is prohibited.
C. 
The drilling, construction or installation of all individual or private water supply wells shall comply with the requirements and standards of the New York State Department of Health.
D. 
Owners of nonresidential water supply or monitoring wells shall provide the Village with a map showing their location and a description of their use. The description shall include information on pumping capacity (if applicable), well depth, what the well is used for and its status (active or inactive). Water supply or monitoring wells not in use for a period of three or more years must be decommissioned in a manner satisfactory to the Village.
In addition to the regulations below, the rules and regulations under Zones II and III are also applicable.
A. 
Excavations not subject to the New York State Mineral Resources Act that intersect the water table at its seasonal high level and remain open for a period of time exceeding six months are prohibited.
B. 
The installation of any underground storage facility for toxic or hazardous materials or petroleum products is prohibited.
C. 
The establishment of any solid waste management or waste treatment facility that would require an NYCRR Chapter 10 Part 360 permit is prohibited.