Senator Unger moved to amend the bill by striking out the title and substituting therefor a new title, to read as follows:

    Eng. Com. Sub for Com. Sub for Senate Bill No. 373--A Bill to amend and reenact §16-1-2 and §16-1-9a of the Code of West Virginia, 1931, as amended; to amend said code by adding thereto three new sections, designated §16-1-9c, §16-1-9d and §16-1-9e; to amend and reenact §22-26-2, §22-26-3, §22-26-5, §22-26-6, §22-26-7 and §22-26-8 of said code; to amend said code by adding thereto a new article, designated §22-30-1, §22-30-2, §22-30-3, §22-30-4, §22-30-5, §22-30-6, §22-30-7, §22-30-8, §22-30-9, §22-30-10, §22-30-11, §22-30-12, §22-30-13, §22-30-14, §22-30-15, §22-30-16, §22-30-17, §22-30-18, §22-30-19, §22-30-20, §22-30-21, §22-30-22, §22-30-23, §22-30-24, and §22-30-25; and to amend said code by adding thereto a new article, designated §22-31-1, §22-31-2, §22-31-3, §22-31-4, §22-31-5, §22-31-6, §22-31-7, §22-31-8, §22-31-9, §22-31-10, §22-31-11 and §22-31-12; and to amend said code all by adding thereto a new article, designated §24-2G-1 and §24-2G-2, all relating to the protection of water resources and public health generally; defining terms generally; providing for rulemaking generally; providing for civil and criminal penalties generally; providing for the regulation of the public water systems by the Commissioner of the Bureau for Public Health; providing for entry into and evaluations of water systems; authorizing commissioner to seek injunctive relief; requiring source water protection plans; specifying contents of plan; requiring assessment and monitoring of plans; requiring Bureau of Public Health to coordinate the conduct of a long-term medical study; continuing wellhead and source water protection grant program; continuing grant fund to provide water source protection; revising the Water Resources Protection and Management Act; modifying registration requirements; requiring reports to the Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection; requiring reports by secretary to legislative entities; requiring continuation of matching funds for stream-gauging network; modifying duties of legislative commission; requiring water resources survey and registry; requiring information drilling contractors for water systems; adopting state water resources management plan; requiring reports from certain water users; establishing the Aboveground Storage Tank Act; requiring the secretary to compile inventory of aboveground storage tanks in the state; requiring registration; authorizing certain fees; requiring secretary to develop regulatory program for the tanks; providing minimum factors to be included in program; requiring annual inspection and certification of the tanks; requiring evidence of financial security; requiring corrective action and plans; requiring spill prevention response plans; requiring notice of inventory of tanks to local water systems and governments; requiring the posting of signs at the tanks; creating an administrative fund; creating the Protect Our Water Fund; authorizing public access to certain information; authorizing inspections, monitoring and testing by secretary; authorizing secretary to issue administrative orders and seek injunctive relief; allowing appeals to environmental quality board; prohibiting duplicative enforcement; requiring secretary to report to legislative entities; requiring interagency coordination; establishing duties of secretary upon imminent and substantial danger; providing additional duties and powers of secretary generally; providing certain exemptions; creating the public water supply protection act; requiring inventories of sources of certain contaminants in the zones of critical concern of certain public water systems; requiring registration and permits; authorizing inspections, monitoring and testing by secretary; requiring individual NPDES permits in certain circumstances; authorizing secretary to require NPDES permits in certain circumstances; creating public water system supply study commission; membership of study commission; scope of study; establishing reporting requirements; requiring the establishment of advance warning, testing and monitoring at certain water utilities; requiring certain information be filed with the Public Water Commission; and requiring utility to report back to Legislature if technology is infeasible.;