State Decisions: Washington State Court of Appeals' Allows Commercial Uses under Groundwater Permit "Industrial" Exemption
To read this entire item of approximately 1790 words online now in PDF format:
Click here to read this item if you are an existing subscriber to this publication.
Click here to purchase the full text of this item to read now (price: $25).
To subscribe to this publication and immediately access all its archives including this item, select the relevant publication under 'Catalogue' in the left-hand column
PLEASE NOTE: to read PDFs on www.argento.com you must be using Version 5 of Acrobat Reader or Adobe Reader. If you have an earlier version you can download the latest free of charge by clicking here
Kim v. PCHB, ___P.2d___
On January 24, 2002, the Washington Court of Appeals, Division II, released its decision in Kim v. PCHB in which it found that commercial water uses under 5,000 gallons per day were considered "industrial" uses under Washington's exempt well statute, RCW 90.44.050, and thus did not require a water right permit.
The information contained on this page is presented for your convenience as news and analysis. It is not intended as legal advice, nor should it be relied upon as such. Please consult an attorney for advice in your case or matter
Read related items on:
Topics) Water Supply) Groundwater
Washington) All State
Washington Court of Appeals
Washington Pollution Control Hearings Board
Kim v. PCHB