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Rule Title: Radon Testing (Repealed)
Department: DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH    Add to MyFLRules Favorites
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Division: Division of Environmental Health
Chapter: COMMUNITY BASED RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES

Latest version of the final adopted rule presented in Florida Administrative Code (FAC):

VIEW_RULE Effective Date: 12/29/2016
History Notes: Rulemaking Authority 404.056(4), (6), 381.006 FS. Law Implemented 404.056(4), 381.006(16) FS. History–New 1-20-08, Repealed 12-29-16.
References in this version: No reference(s).
History of this Rule since Jan. 6, 2006
Notice /
Adopted
Section Description ID Publish
Date
View Text Workshop
64E-12.001
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To receive public comments on rule updates to incorporate technical changes to be consistent with changes in industry standards; to reduce surplus ....
  November 2, 2018, 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
  Florida Department of Health, 4025 Esplanade Way, Room 301, ....
20700690 8/9/2018
Vol. 44/155
View Text Development
64E-12.001
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To update rules to incorporate technical changes to be consistent with changes in industry standards; to reduce surplus language and increase clarity. 20627940 7/6/2018
Vol. 44/131
View Text Final
64E-12.012
Radon Testing (Repealed) 18365609 Effective:
12/29/2016
View Text Proposed
64E-12.012
Rule 64E-12.012, F.A.C., restates a requirement pursuant to section 404.056(4), Florida Statutes. 18237278 11/4/2016
Vol. 42/216
View Text Final
64E-12.012
Radon Testing 5116379 Effective:
01/20/2008
View Text Change
64E-12.003
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Water Supply, Food Service, Housing, Insect and Rodent Control, Bedding, Towels, Clothing and Personal Items, Laundry, Poisonous or Toxic Substances, Garbage and Rubbish, Recreational Areas, Radon Testing.... 4850405 11/16/2007
Vol. 33/46
View Text Proposed
64E-12.001
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The purpose of the proposed rule change is to incorporate technical and scientific advancements that promote the protection of the public from a safety, health, and sanitation perspective. The effect of these changes will .... 4572888 9/7/2007
Vol. 33/36