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106 STAT. 4656 PUBLIC LAW 102-575—OCT. 30, 1992 SEC. 702. COSTS NONREIMBURSABLE. Construction, operation, and maintenance costs of the works authorized by this title shall be nonreimbursable. SEC. 703. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE. The Secretary shall be responsible for operation and maintenance of the water treatment plant, including sludge disposal authorized by this title. The Secretary may contract for these services. SEC. 704. APPROPRIATIONS AUTHORIZED. There is hereby authorized to be appropriated beginning October 1, 1989, for construction of a water treatment plant for water flowing from the Leadville Mine Drainage Tunnel, including sludge disposal, and concrete lining the rehabilitated portion of the tunnel, the sum of $10,700,000 (October 1988 price levels), plus or minus such amounts, if any, as may be required by reason of ordinary fluctuations in construction costs as indicated by engineering cost indexes applicable to the types of construction involved herein and, in addition thereto, such sums as may be required for operation and maintenance of the works authorized by this title, including but not limited to $1,250,000 which shall be for a program to be conducted by the Colorado Division of Wildlife to monitor heavy metal concentrations in water, stream sediment, and aquatic life in the Arkansas River. SEC. 706. LIMITATION. The treatment plant authorized by this title shall be designed and constructed to treat the quantity and quality of effluent historically discharged from the Leadville Mine Drainage Tunnel. SEC. 706. DESIGN AND OPERATION NOTIFICATION. Prior to the initiation of construction and during construction of the works authorized by section 701, the Secretary shall submit the plans for design and operation of the works to the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency and the State of Colorado to obtain their views on the design and operation plans. After such review and consultation, the Secretary shall notify the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives that the discharge from the works to be constructed will meet the requirements set forth in Federal Facilities Compliance Agreement Number FFCA 89-1, entered into by the Bureau of Reclamation and the Environmental Protection Agency on February 7, 1989, and in National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit Number CO 0021717 issued to the Bureau of Reclamation in 1975 and reissued in 1979 and 1981. SEC. 707. FISH AND WILDLIFE RESTORATION. (a) The Secretary is authorized, in consultation with the State of Colorado, to formulate and implement, subject to the terms of subsection (b) of this section, a program for the restoration of flsh and wildlife resources of those portions of the Arkansas River basin impacted by the effluent discharged from the Leadville Mine Drainage Tunnel. The formulation of the program shall be undertaken with appropriate public consultation. (b) Prior to implementing the fish and wildlife restoration program, the Secretary shall submit a copy of the proposed restoration program to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker