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PUBLIC LAW 104-182—AUG. 6, 1996 110 STAT. 1657 " (2) MONITORING PROGRAM FOR UNREGULATED CONTAMI- NANTS.— " (A) ESTABLISHMENT. — The Administrator shall R^ulations. promulgate regulations establishing the criteria for a monitoring program for unregulated contaminants. The regulations shall require monitoring of drinking water supplied by public water systems and shall vary the frequency and schedule for monitoring requirements for systems based on the number of persons served by the system, the source of supply, and the contaminants likely to be found, ensuring that only a representative sample of systems serving 10,000 persons or fewer are required to monitor. " (B) MONITORING PROGRAM FOR CERTAIN UNREGULATED CONTAMINANTS. — "(i) INITIAL LIST.—Not later than 3 years after Records, the date of enactment of the Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments of 1996 and every 5 years thereafter, the Administrator shall issue a list pursuant to subparagraph (A) of not more than 30 unregfulated contaminants to be monitored by public water systems and to be included in the national drinking water occurrence data base maintained pursuant to subsection (g). "(ii) GOVERNORS' PETITION. —The Administrator shall include among the list of contaminants for which monitoring is required under this paragraph each contaminant recommended in a petition signed by the Governor of each of 7 or more States, unless the Administrator determines that the action would prevent the listing of other contaminants of a higher public health concern. " (C) MONITORING PLAN FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM SYS- TEMS.— "(i) IN GENERAL,—Based on the regulations promulgated by the Administrator, each State may develop a representative monitoring plan to assess the occurrence of unregulated contaminants in public water systems that serve a population of 10,000 or fewer in that State. The plan shall require monitoring for systems representative of different sizes, types, and geographic locations in the State. " (ii) GRANTS FOR SMALL SYSTEM COSTS.— From ftmds reserved under section 1452(o) or appropriated under subparagraph (H), the Administrator shall pay the reasonable cost of such testing and laboratory analysis as are necessary to carry out monitoring under the plan. "(D) MONITORING RESULTS.— Each public water system that conducts monitoring of unregulated contaminants pursuant to this paragraph shall provide the results of the monitoring to the primary enforcement authority for the system. "(E) NOTIFICATION. —Notification of the availability of the results of monitoring programs required under paragraph (2)(A) shall be given to the persons served by the system. 29-194O-96 -28:QL3Part2