§ 11-8-390

Potable water wells

For purposes of this section, “potable water” is any water used for human consumption, including but not limited to water used for drinking, bathing, washing dishes, preparing foods and watering gardens in which produce intended for human consumption is grown. No groundwater well, cistern or other groundwater collection device installed after May 14, 1997, may be used to supply any potable water supply system, except at points of withdrawal by the City of Chicago or by a unit of local government pursuant to intergovernmental agreement with the City of Chicago.

(Added Coun. J. 11-28-01, p. 72895, § 1)



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