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(415 ILCS 5/25d-5)
Beginning July 1, 2006, the Agency shall make all of the following information available on the Internet:
(i) Copies of all notifications given under Section
25d-3 of this Section. The copies must be indexed and the index shall, at a minimum, be searchable by notification date, zip code, site or facility name, and geographic location.
(ii) Appropriate Agency databases containing
information about releases or suspected releases of contaminants in the State. The databases must, at a minimum, be searchable by notification date, zip code, site or facility name, and geographic location.
(iii) Links to appropriate USEPA databases containing
information about releases or suspected releases of contaminants in the State.
(Source: P.A. 94-314, eff. 7-25-05.)