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Underground injection wells are used to place fluid underground into porous geologic formations for storage or disposal. They are regulated by the state to protect drinking water under the Federal Safe Drinking Water Act and the state’s Environmental Protection Act.
Permit issued for a maximum term of 5 years
State of Delaware Regulations:
The Groundwater Discharges Section can be contacted by phone at (302)739-9948.
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