(b) The director shall make periodic inspections at sites subject to this article. After an inspection is made, a report shall be filed with the director and a copy shall be provided to the person who is responsible pursuant to the voluntary agreement for remediation activities. The reports shall not disclose any confidential information protected under the provisions of subsection (d), section four of this article. The inspection reports shall be available to the public in accordance with the provisions of article one, chapter twenty-nine-b of this code.
(c) The director may, upon presentation of proper credentials, enter any building, motor vehicle, property, premises or site where brownfield or voluntary remediation activities are being or have been performed and take samples of wastes, soils, air, surface water and groundwater. In taking such samples, the director may utilize such sampling methods as are necessary in exercising good scientific technique. Following the taking of any sample, the director shall give the person responsible in the voluntary agreement for remediation activities a receipt describing the sample obtained and if requested, a portion of each sample equal in volume or weight to the portion retained. The director shall promptly provide a copy of any analysis made to the responsible person named in the voluntary agreement.
(d) Upon presentation of proper credentials, the director shall be given access to all records relating to a brownfield or voluntary remediation.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
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