GENERAL NOTICES/ERRATA
Vol. 29 Iss. 3 - October 08, 2012

GENERAL NOTICES/ERRATA

STATE CORPORATION COMMISSION

Bureau of Insurance

September 14, 2012

Administrative Letter 2012-09

TO: All Carriers Licensed to Market Credit Life Insurance or Credit Accident and Sickness Insurance in Virginia and Interested Parties

RE: Credit Life Insurance and Credit Accident and Sickness Insurance Premium Rates

Effective January 1, 2013

On July 26, 2012, the Virginia State Corporation Commission (the "Commission") issued an Order Adopting Adjusted Prima Facie Rates for the Triennium Commencing January 1, 2013, Case No. INS-2012-00014. All insurers licensed to market credit life insurance or credit accident and sickness insurance in Virginia were mailed a copy of the Order and the adopted rates on August 2, 2012. Pursuant to § 38.2-3725 D and E of the Code of Virginia, the adjusted prima facie rates for the triennium commencing January 1, 2013 will remain in effect until January 1, 2016.

Each company marketing credit life insurance or credit accident and sickness insurance in Virginia must submit the rates and refund formulas applicable to the upcoming triennium to the Bureau for approval. Each filing should include the following information:

• The specific single premium and monthly outstanding balance (MOB) rates and rate formulas, and examples of the rate formulas;

• All refund formulas, including examples;

• Any other information required to document the development of the rates and refund formulas;

• The date of previously approved formulas;

• The form number to which each rate or formula will apply; and

• A description of the referenced forms.

A request for approval of a deviated premium rate or rates to be effective on or after January 1, 2013 may be included as part of the filing referenced above. It should be noted that previously approved deviated premium rates can only be used through December 31, 2012, in accordance with § 38.2-3728 C 1 of the Code of Virginia.

The filing requirements for credit life insurance and credit accident and sickness insurance filings may be found on the Bureau's website at: http://www.scc.virginia.gov/division/boi/co/health/lh_check.aspx

My staff will review filings as promptly as possible; however, companies that delay making filings after December 1, 2012 cannot be assured that our review will be completed by January 1, 2013. Any insurer that has not received the Bureau's approval of its rates and refund formulas on or before January 1, 2013 must cease marketing credit life insurance or credit accident and sickness insurance in Virginia as of January 1, 2013 and must cease charging premiums for existing MOB contracts as of January 1, 2013 until such date that it has received the Commission's approval, as noted above.

Any questions with regards to any of the above matters should be directed to Amanda G. McCauley, Senior Insurance Market Examiner, Life and Health Division, telephone (804) 371-0034, or email amanda.mccauley@scc.virginia.gov.

/s/ Jacqueline K. Cunningham
Commissioner of Insurance

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

Notice of Bacteria TMDL Modification of Lower Mattaponi, Lower Pamunkey, and Upper York Rivers in King William, New Kent, and King and Queen Counties and the Town of West Point

The Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) seeks public comment from interested persons on 25 proposed modifications of the Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) developed for impaired segments of the Lower Mattaponi River (VAP-F25E-01), Lower Pamunkey River (VAP-F14E-03), and the Upper York River (VAP-F26E-05 and VAP-F26E-20). The TMDL was approved by the Environmental Protection Agency on July 28, 2010 and is available at: http://www.deq.virginia.gov/portals/0/DEQ/Water/TMDL/apptmdls/yorkrvr/yorkpamunkmatta.pdf. To view the proposed revised TMDL pages and the modification letter to EPA explaining each intended modification along with page numbers modified, please visit: http://www.deq.virginia.gov/Programs/Water/WaterQualityInformationTMDLs/TMDL/TMDLDevelopment/DocumentationforSelectTMDLs.aspx. The proposed modifications were first public noticed this past August and a minimum 30-day public comment period was observed. DEQ has provided an additional public comment opportunity from October 8, 2012, through November 9, 2012, to allow interested persons additional time to comment and review proposed TMDL modifications.

Changes 1-5 are with regard to the Lower Mattaponi River Enterococci TMDL segment (VAP-F25E-01).

(1) A Single Family Home - General Permit (VAG404212) discharges ≤1000 gallons per day (GPD) to a non-tidal tributary of the Lower Pamunkey River, called Un-named Tributary (UT) to Olsson's Pond, was mistakenly given a waste load allocation (WLA) based on 60 GPD (or 0.00006


million gallons per day (MGD)) in the Lower Mattaponi River Enterococci (recreational use) TMDL. The facility should have been allocated in the Lower Pamunkey River Enterococci TMDL. DEQ proposes to correct the Lower Mattaponi TMDL by removing the waste load allocation for Enterococci. This load will be moved to future growth and may be used by future permittees in this segment. The details regarding the re-allocation of the WLA for this permittee within the Lower Pamunkey segment and how the facility will maintain compliance with the Lower Pamunkey River TMDL are noted in the section below.

(2) The Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD) West Point Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) (VA0075434) is a VPDES minor municipal plant with a design flow of 0.60 million gallons per day (MGD) which discharges to the Lower Mattaponi River. The WLA in the TMDL was based on the Single Sample Instantaneous Maximum standard of 104 (cfu/100mL) Enterococci, when it should have been based on the geometric mean (GM) standard of 35 (cfu/100mL) Enterococci. The geometric mean standard is the appropriate standard and results in a smaller WLA for Enterococci for the facility. DEQ proposes to correct the Lower Mattaponi River Enterococci TMDL by revising the facility's WLA to accommodate this facility at a maximum design flow of 0.60 MGD and an Enterococci GM standard of 35 cfu/100mL.

(3) The original Future Growth amount was equal to five times the load of municipal discharger HRSD West Point (VA0075434), based on the Single Sample Instantaneous Maximum Standard of 104 cfu/100mL Enterococci. This was equal to 0.01% of the TMDL, which is inadequate to address potential future permitting needs of this segment. DEQ proposes to increase the Future Growth value to 0.76% of the TMDL.

(4) The revisions noted in 1-3 above, result in an increase in the Total WLA and a decrease in the Load Allocation (LA) values.

(5) Finally, DEQ has added tables within the TMDL document to reflect both the Annual and Daily WLA, LA, and TMDL values for the Lower Mattaponi River Enterococci TMDL.

In summary, the changes noted above were necessary to correct TMDL development errors, address insufficient future growth values for future permitting needs, and to express the loadings in both annual and daily values as required by EPA.

Changes 6-11 are with regard to the Lower Pamunkey River Enterococci TMDL segment (VAP-F14E-03).

(6) A Single Family Home - General Permit (VAG404212) discharges ≤1000 gallons per day (GPD) to a non-tidal tributary of the Lower Pamunkey River, Un-named Tributary (UT) to Olssen's Pond. This permit was mistakenly given a waste load allocation (WLA) based on 60 GPD (or 0.00006 million gallons per day (MGD)) in the Lower Mattaponi River Enterococci (recreational use) TMDL, but should have been allocated in the Lower Pamunkey River Enterococci TMDL. DEQ proposes to allocate a WLA for this facility in the Lower Pamunkey Enterococci TMDL. This is a facility which uses chlorination in a contact tank, followed by dechlorination, meets Virginia's Single Family Home - General Permit limits for discharges to non-tidal freshwater, and the facility outfall is located more than 2.75 miles upstream of the Enterococci impairment on the Lower Pamunkey River mainstem. Compliance of this facility with the WLA for Enterococci will be met through compliance with existing E. coli permit limit protections. Compliance of this facility with the existing permit limits will neither cause nor contribute to the downstream Enterococci bacteria impairment in the Lower Pamunkey River.

(7) Parham Landing Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) (VA0088331) is a VPDES major municipal plant with a design flow of 2 MGD. However, the WLA in the Lower Pamunkey River Enterococci TMDL was based on the Single Sample Instantaneous Maximum standard of 104 (cfu/100mL) Enterococci, when it should have been based on the geometric mean (GM) standard of 35 (cfu/100mL) Enterococci. The WLA was also allocated at the incorrect design flow of 0.568 MGD. DEQ proposes to revise the Lower Pamunkey Enterococci TMDL by correcting the facility's WLA to accommodate this facility at a maximum design flow of 2 MGD and an Enterococci GM standard of 35 cfu/100mL.  While the geometric mean standard reduced the WLA, the correct design flow of the facility increased it; however, DEQ believes compliance of this facility with the existing permit limit will neither cause nor contribute to the Enterococci bacteria impairment in the Lower Pamunkey River.

(8) The Rock-Tenn West Point Mill (VA0003115) is a VPDES major industrial facility with a design flow of 23 MGD which discharges to the Lower Pamunkey River. This facility was recently identified as a source of bacteria in the Lower Pamunkey River and should receive an allocation in the Enterococci TMDL. DEQ proposes to correct the Lower Pamunkey River Enterococci TMDL by allocating a WLA to accommodate this facility at a maximum design flow of 23 MGD and the Enterococci GM standard of 35 cfu/100mL. This facility's permit is currently under permit review, will include a limit based on the Enterococci geometric mean standard (35 cfu/100ml) and is expected to be public noticed and reissued later this year. The permit will include a compliance schedule to ensure the bacteria limits for Enterococci are met. Compliance of this facility with the Enterococci permit limit will neither cause nor contribute to the impairment in the Lower Pamunkey River.

(9) The original Future Growth allocated was equal to five times the load of the municipal discharger, Parham Landing


WWTP (VA0088331) at the Single Sample Instantaneous Maximum standard of 104 cfu/100mL Enterococci. This is equal to 0.01% of the TMDL, which is inadequate to address potential future permitting needs of this segment. DEQ proposes to increase the Future Growth to 0.74% of the TMDL.

(10) The revisions noted in 6-9 above, result in an increase in the Total WLA and a decrease in the Load Allocation (LA) values.

(11) Finally, DEQ has added tables within the TMDL document to reflect both the Annual and Daily WLA, LA, and TMDL values for the Lower Pamunkey River Enterococci TMDL. 

In summary, the changes noted above were necessary to correct TMDL development errors, include a WLA for a newly identified bacteria source, address insufficient future growth values for future permitting needs, and express the loadings in both annual and daily values as required by EPA.

Changes 12-18 are with regard to the Upper York River Enterococci TMDL segment (VAP-F26E-05).

(12) A Single Family Home - General Permit (VAG404212) discharges ≤1000 gallons per day (GPD) to a non-tidal tributary of the Lower Pamunkey River, Un-named Tributary (UT) to Olsson's Pond. This facility should have received a WLA in the Upper York River segment in order to account for incoming load because sources in the Lower Pamunkey River Enterococci TMDL were used as inputs in the Upper York Enterococci TMDL development. DEQ proposes to allocate a WLA for this facility in the Upper York Enterococci TMDL, based on the geometric mean (GM) (35 cfu/100ml) standard. This is a facility which uses chlorination in a contact tank, followed by dechlorination, meets Virginia's Single Family Home - General Permit limits for discharges to non-tidal freshwater, and the facility outfall is greater than 5 miles upstream of the Upper York River Enterococci impairment. Compliance of this facility with the daily WLA for Enterococci will be met through compliance with existing E. coli permit limit protections. Compliance of this facility with the existing permit limits will neither cause nor contribute to the downstream Enterococci bacteria impairment in the Upper York River.

(13) The HRSD West Point STP (VA0075434) is a VPDES minor municipal plant with a design flow of 0.60 million gallons per day (MGD) which discharges to the Lower Mattaponi River. The WLA in the TMDL was based on the Single Sample Instantaneous Maximum standard of 104 (cfu/100mL) Enterococci, when it should have been based on the geometric mean (GM) standard of 35 (cfu/100mL) Enterococci. The geometric mean standard is the appropriate standard and results in a smaller WLA for Enterococci for the facility. DEQ proposes to correct the Upper York River Enterococci TMDL by revising the facility's WLA to accommodate this facility at a maximum design flow of 0.60 MGD and the Enterococci GM standard of 35 cfu/100mL. Compliance of this facility with the existing permit limits will neither cause nor contribute to the downstream Enterococci bacteria impairment in the Upper York River.

(14) Parham Landing WWTP (VA0088331) is a VPDES major municipal plant with a design flow of 2 MGD. However, the facility's WLA in the Upper York River Enterococci TMDL was based on the Single Sample Instantaneous Maximum standard of 104 (cfu/100mL) Enterococci, when it should have been based on the geometric mean (GM) standard of 35 (cfu/100mL) Enterococci. The WLA was also allocated at the incorrect design flow of 0.568 MGD.  DEQ proposes to correct the Upper York River Enterococci TMDL by revising the facility's WLA to accommodate this facility at a maximum design flow of 2 MGD and the Enterococci GM standard of 35 cfu/100mL.  While the geometric mean standard reduced the WLA, the correct design flow of the facility increased it; however, DEQ believes compliance of this facility with the existing permit limit will neither cause nor contribute to the Enterococci bacteria impairment in the Upper York River.

(15) The Rock-Tenn West Point Mill (VA0003115) is a VPDES major industrial facility with a design flow of 23 MGD which discharges to the Lower Pamunkey River.  This facility was recently identified as a source of bacteria in the Lower Pamunkey River and should receive a WLA in the Upper York segment to account for the incoming load because sources in the Lower Pamunkey River Enterococci TMDL were used as inputs in the Upper York Enterococci TMDL development. DEQ proposes to revise the Upper York Enterococci TMDL by allocating a WLA to accommodate this facility at a maximum design flow of 23 MGD and the Enterococci GM standard of 35 cfu/100mL. This facility's permit is currently under permit review, will include a limit based on the Enterococci geometric mean standard (35 cfu/100ml) and is expected to be public noticed and reissued later this year. The permit will include a compliance schedule to ensure the bacteria limits for Enterococci are met. Compliance of this facility with the Enterococci permit limit will neither cause nor contribute to the impairment in the Upper York River.

(16) The original Future Growth allocated was equal to the sum of five times the load of the municipal dischargers HRSD West Point STP (VA0075434) and Parham Landing WWTP (VA0088331) at the Single Sample Instantaneous Maximum standard of 104 cfu/100mL Enterococci, equal to 0.01% of the TMDL, which is inadequate to address potential future permitting needs of this segment. DEQ proposes to increase the Future Growth to 0.75% of the TMDL.

(17) The revisions noted in 12-16 above, result in an increase in the Total WLA and a decrease in the Load Allocation (LA) values.

(18) Finally, DEQ has added tables within the TMDL document to reflect both the Annual and Daily WLA, LA, and TMDL values for the Upper York River Enterococci TMDL.

In summary, the changes noted above were necessary to correct TMDL development errors, include a WLA for a newly identified bacteria source, address insufficient future growth values for future permitting needs, and to express the loadings in both annual and daily values as required by EPA.

Changes 19-25 are with regard to the Upper York River Fecal Coliform TMDL segment (VAP-F26E-20).

(19) A Single Family Home - General Permit (VAG404212) discharges ≤1000 gallons per day (GPD) to a non-tidal tributary of the Lower Pamunkey River, Un-named Tributary (UT) to Olsson's Pond. The facility received a WLA in the Upper York River Fecal Coliform (shellfish) TMDL based on the 90th Percentile Fecal Coliform Standard of 49 Most Probable Number (MPN) per 100mL when it should have been based on a 200 MPN/100mL, which is the concentration used to model protective areas below dischargers to shellfish growing areas by the Virginia Department of Health. The WLA was also based on the incorrect design flow of the facility 60 GPD (or 0.00006 million gallons per day (MGD)). DEQ proposes to correct the Upper York River Fecal Coliform TMDL by revising the WLA at a design flow of 1000 GPD and a Fecal Coliform concentration of 200 MPN/100mL. This is a facility which uses chlorination in a contact tank, followed by dechlorination, meets Virginia's Single Family Home - General Permit limits for discharges to non-tidal freshwater, and the facility outfall is greater than 5 miles upstream of the Upper York River Fecal Coliform impairment. Compliance of this facility with the WLA for Fecal Coliform will be met through compliance with existing E. coli permit limit protections. Compliance of this facility with the existing permit limits will neither cause nor contribute to the downstream Fecal Coliform impairment in the Upper York River.

(20) The HRSD West Point STP (VA0075434) is a VPDES minor municipal plant with a design flow of 0.60 million gallons per day (MGD) which discharges to the Lower Mattaponi River.  The facility should have received a WLA for Fecal Coliform based on 200 MPN/100mL, which is the concentration used to model protective areas below dischargers to shellfish growing areas by the Virginia Department of Health. DEQ proposes to correct the Upper York River Fecal Coliform TMDL by allocating a WLA to accommodate this facility at a maximum design flow of 0.60 MGD and a Fecal Coliform concentration of 200 MPN/100mL. Compliance of this facility with the existing permit limits for fecal coliform will neither cause nor contribute to the downstream Fecal Coliform impairment in the Upper York River.

(21) Parham Landing WWTP (VA0088331) is a VPDES major municipal plant with a design flow of 2 MGD which discharges to the Lower Pamunkey River. The facility should have received a WLA for Fecal Coliform based on 200 MPN/100mL, which is the concentration used to model protective areas below dischargers to shellfish growing areas by the Virginia Department of Health. DEQ proposes to correct the Upper York River Fecal Coliform TMDL by allocating a WLA to accommodate this facility at a maximum design flow of 2 MGD and a Fecal Coliform concentration of 200 MPN/100mL. The facility has an existing permit limit for Enterococci to meet the current Water Quality Standard for recreational use. Due to the protectiveness of the Enterococci discharge limits and the outfall location, which is over 5.5 miles upstream of the Upper York River shellfish impairment for Fecal Coliform, compliance of this facility with the Upper York Fecal Coliform WLA will be met through the existing Enterococci permit limit protections. Compliance of this facility with the existing permit limits will neither cause nor contribute to the downstream Fecal Coliform bacteria impairment in the Upper York River.

(22) The Rock-Tenn West Point Mill (VA0003115) is a VPDES major industrial facility with a design flow of 23 MGD which discharges to the Lower Pamunkey River. This facility was recently identified as a source of bacteria in the Lower Pamunkey River segment and should receive a WLA in the Upper York Fecal Coliform (shellfish) TMDL, as bacteria sources in the Lower Pamunkey River Enterococci TMDL were used as inputs in the Upper York Fecal Coliform (shellfish) TMDL development. DEQ proposes to revise the Upper York Fecal Coliform TMDL by allocating a WLA to accommodate this facility at a maximum design flow of 23 MGD and a Fecal Coliform concentration of 200 MPN/100mL. The facility's effluent is categorized as a non-sewage discharge containing Enterococci. The facility is receiving a WLA for Enterococci in both the Lower Pamunkey and Upper York Enterococci TMDLs (noted in above sections). Wood-pulp facilities have historically had an issue of false-positive results when analyzed for Fecal Coliform. Due to the nature of the discharge and protectiveness of the Enterococci discharge limits and given that the outfall is located over 1 mile upstream of the Upper York shellfish impairment for fecal coliform, compliance of this facility with the Upper York Fecal Coliform WLA will be met through the existing Enterococci permit limit protections. This facility's permit is currently under permit review, will include a limit based on the Enterococci geometric mean standard (35 cfu/100ml) and is expected to be public noticed and reissued later this year. The permit will include a compliance schedule to ensure the bacteria limits for Enterococci are met. Compliance of this facility with the existing permit limits is not expected to cause or contribute to the downstream Fecal Coliform bacteria impairment in the Upper York River.

(23) The original Future Growth allocated was equal to 1.0% of the TMDL. DEQ proposes to increase the daily Future Growth to 1.6% of the TMDL, which will more adequately address potential future permitting needs of this segment.

(24) The revisions noted in 19-23 above, result in an increase in the Total WLA and a decrease in the Load Allocation (LA) values.

(25) Finally, DEQ has added tables within the TMDL document to reflect both the Annual and Daily WLA, LA, and TMDL values for the Upper York River Fecal Coliform (shellfish) TMDL.

In summary, the changes noted above were necessary to correct TMDL development errors, include a WLA for a newly identified bacteria source, address insufficient future growth values for future permitting needs, and express the loadings in both annual and daily values as required by EPA.

The changes noted above to the Lower Mattaponi Enterococci, Lower Pamunkey Enterococci, York Enterococci and shellfish TMDLs are less than <1.0%, respectively for each TMDL and will neither cause nor contribute to the non-attainment of each impaired segment.

The public comment period for these modifications will end on Friday November 9, 2012. Please send comments to Margaret Smigo, Department of Environmental Quality, Piedmont Regional Office, 4969-A Cox Road, Glen Allen, VA 23060, email margaret.smigo@deq.virginia.gov, or FAX (Attn. Margaret Smigo) at (804) 527-5106. Following the comment period, a modification letter and comments received will be sent to EPA for final approval. To request a copy of the full proposed TMDL modification, please see the link: http://www.deq.virginia.gov/Programs/Water/WaterQualityInformationTMDLs/TMDL/TMDLDevelopment/DocumentationforSelectTMDLs.aspx or contact Margaret Smigo.


DEPARTMENT OF FORENSIC SCIENCE

Approval of Field Tests for Detection of Drugs

In accordance with 6VAC40-30, Regulations for the Approval of Field Tests for Detection of Drugs, and under the authority of the Code of Virginia, the following field tests for detection of drugs are approved field tests:

O D V INCORPORATED

13386 INTERNATIONAL PARKWAY

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32218-2383

ODV NarcoPouch

Drug or Drug Type:

Manufacturer's Field Test:

Heroin

902 – Marquis Reagent

Amphetamine

902 – Marquis Reagent

Methamphetamine

902 – Marquis Reagent

3,4–Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA)

902 – Marquis Reagent

Cocaine Hydrochloride

904 or 904B – Cocaine HCl and Base Reagent

Cocaine Base

904 or 904B – Cocaine HCl and Base Reagent

Barbiturates

905 – Dille-Koppanyi Reagent

Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD)

907 – Ehrlich's (Modified) Reagent

Marijuana

908 – Duquenois – Levine Reagent

Hashish Oil

908 – Duquenois – Levine Reagent

Marijuana

909 – K N Reagent

Hashish Oil

909 – K N Reagent

Phencyclidine (PCP) Reagent

914 – PCP Methaqualone

Heroin

922 – Opiates Reagent

Methamphetamine

923 – Methamphetamine/Ecstasy Reagent

3,4–Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA)

923 – Methamphetamine/Ecstasy Reagent

Heroin

924 – Mecke's (Modified) Reagent

Diazepam

925 – Valium/Ketamine Reagent

Ketamine

925 – Valium/Ketamine Reagent

Ephedrine

927 – Ephedrine Reagent

gamma – Hydroxybutyrate (GHB)

928 – GHB Reagent

ODV NarcoTest

Drug or Drug Type:

Manufacturer's Field Test:

Heroin

7602 – Marquis Reagent

Amphetamine

7602 – Marquis Reagent

Methamphetamine

7602 – Marquis Reagent

3,4–Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA)

7602 – Marquis Reagent

Barbiturates

7605 – Dille-Koppanyi Reagent

Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD)

7607 – Ehrlich's (Modified) Reagent

Marijuana

7608 – Duquenois Reagent

Hashish Oil

7608 – Duquenois Reagent

Marijuana

7609 – K N Reagent

Hashish Oil

7609 – K N Reagent

Cocaine Hydrochloride

7613 – Scott (Modified) Reagent

Cocaine Base

7613 – Scott (Modified) Reagent

Phencyclidine (PCP)

7614 – PCP Methaqualone Reagent

Heroin

7622 – Opiates Reagent

Methamphetamine

7623– Methamphetamine/Ecstasy Reagent

3,4–Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA)

7623– Methamphetamine/Ecstasy Reagent

Heroin

7624 – Mecke's Reagent

Diazepam

7625 – Valium/Ketamine Reagent

Ketamine

7625 – Valium/Ketamine Reagent

Ephedrine

7627 – Chen's Reagent - Ephedrine

gamma – Hydroxybutyrate (GHB)

7628 – GHB Reagent

SIRCHIE FINGERPRINT LABORATORIES

100 HUNTER PLACE

YOUNGSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA 27596

NARK

Drug or Drug Type:

Manufacturer's Field Test:

Narcotic Alkaloids

1 – Mayer's Reagent

Heroin

1 – Mayer's Reagent

Morphine

1 – Mayer's Reagent

Amphetamine

1 – Mayer's Reagent

Methamphetamine

1 – Mayer's Reagent

Opium Alkaloids

2 – Marquis Reagent

Heroin

2 – Marquis Reagent

Morphine

2 – Marquis Reagent

Amphetamine

2 – Marquis Reagent

Methamphetamine

2 – Marquis Reagent

3,4–Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA)

2 – Marquis Reagent

Meperidine (Demerol) (Pethidine)

2 – Marquis Reagent

Heroin

3 – Nitric Acid

Morphine

3 – Nitric Acid

Cocaine Hydrochloride

4 – Cobalt Thiocyanate Reagent

Cocaine Base

4 – Cobalt Thiocyanate Reagent

Procaine

4 – Cobalt Thiocyanate Reagent

Tetracaine

4 – Cobalt Thiocyanate Reagent

Barbiturates

5 – Dille-Koppanyi Reagent

Heroin

6 – Mandelin Reagent

Morphine

6 – Mandelin Reagent

Amphetamine

6 – Mandelin Reagent

Methamphetamine

6 – Mandelin Reagent

Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD)

7 – Ehrlich's Reagent

Marijuana

8 – Duquenois Reagent

Hashish

8 – Duquenois Reagent

Hashish Oil

8 – Duquenois Reagent

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)

8 – Duquenois Reagent

Marijuana

9 – NDB (Fast Blue B Salt) Reagent

Hashish

9 – NDB (Fast Blue B Salt) Reagent

Hashish Oil

9 – NDB (Fast Blue B Salt) Reagent

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)

9 – NDB (Fast Blue B Salt) Reagent

Cocaine Base

13 – Cobalt Thiocyanate/Crack Test

NARK II

Drug or Drug Type:

Manufacturer's Field Test:

Narcotic Alkaloids

01 – Marquis Reagent

Heroin

01 – Marquis Reagent

Morphine

01 – Marquis Reagent

Amphetamine

01 – Marquis Reagent

Methamphetamine

01 – Marquis Reagent

3,4–Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA)

01 – Marquis Reagent

Morphine

02 – Nitric Acid

Heroin

02 – Nitric Acid

Barbiturates

03 – Dille-Koppanyi Reagent

Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD)

04 – Ehrlich's Reagent

Marijuana

05 – Duquenois – Levine Reagent

Hashish

05 – Duquenois – Levine Reagent

Hashish Oil

05 – Duquenois – Levine Reagent

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)

05 – Duquenois – Levine Reagent

Cocaine Hydrochloride

07 – Scott's (Modified) Reagent

Cocaine Base

07 – Scott's (Modified) Reagent

Phencyclidine (PCP)

09 – Phencyclidine Reagent

Opiates

10 – Opiates Reagent

Heroin

10 – Opiates Reagent

Morphine

10 – Opiates Reagent

Heroin

11 – Mecke's Reagent

3,4–Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA)

11 – Mecke's Reagent

Pentazocine

12 – Talwin/ Pentazocine Reagent

Ephedrine

13 – Ephedrine Reagent

Diazepam

14 – Valium Reagent

Methamphetamine

15 – Methamphetamine (Secondary Amines Reagent)

Narcotic Alkaloids

19 – Mayer's Reagent

Heroin

19 – Mayer's Reagent

Morphine

19 – Mayer's Reagent

Amphetamine

19 – Mayer's Reagent

Methamphetamine

19 – Mayer's Reagent

3,4-Methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV)

24 – MDPV (Bath Salts) Reagent

4-Methylmethcathinone (Mephedrone)

25 – Mephedrone (Bath Salts) Reagent

ARMOR HOLDINGS, INCORPORATED

13386 INTERNATIONAL PARKWAY

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32218-2383

NIK

Drug or Drug Type:

Manufacturer's Field Test:

Heroin

Test A 6071 – Marquis Reagent

Amphetamine

Test A 6071 – Marquis Reagent

Methamphetamine

Test A 6071 – Marquis Reagent

3,4–Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA)

Test A 6071 – Marquis Reagent

Morphine

Test B 6072 – Nitric Acid Reagent

Barbiturates

Test C 6073 – Dille-Koppanyi Reagent

Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD)

Test D 6074 – LSD Reagent System

Marijuana

Test E 6075 – Duquenois – Levine Reagent

Hashish Oil

Test E 6075 – Duquenois – Levine Reagent

Tetrahydrocannabinol

Test E 6075 – Duquenois – Levine Reagent

Cocaine Hydrochloride

Test G 6077 – Scott (Modified) Reagent

Cocaine Base

Test G 6077 – Scott (Modified) Reagent

Cocaine Hydrochloride

6500 or 6501 – Cocaine ID Swab

Cocaine Base

6500 or 6501 – Cocaine ID Swab

Phencyclidine (PCP)

Test J 6079 – PCP Reagent System

Heroin

Test K 6080 – Opiates Reagent

Heroin

Test L 6081 – Brown Heroin Reagent System

gamma – Hydroxybutyrate (GHB)

Test O 6090 – GHB Reagent

Ephedrine

Test Q 6085 – Ephedrine Reagent

Pseudoephedrine

Test Q 6085 – Ephedrine Reagent

Diazepam

Test R 6085 – Valium Reagent

Methamphetamine

Test U 6087 – Methamphetamine Reagent

3,4–Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA)

Test U 6087 – Methamphetamine Reagent

Methadone

Test W 6088 – Mandelin Reagent System

MISTRAL SECURITY INCORPORATED

7910 WOODMONT AVENUE SUITE 820

BETHESDA, MARYLAND 20814

Drug or Drug Type:

Manufacturer's Field Test:

Heroin

Detect 4 Drugs Aerosol

Amphetamine

Detect 4 Drugs Aerosol

Methamphetamine

Detect 4 Drugs Aerosol

Marijuana

Detect 4 Drugs Aerosol

Hashish Oil

Detect 4 Drugs Aerosol

Methamphetamine

Meth 1 and 2 Aerosol

Heroin

Herosol Aerosol

Marijuana

Cannabispray 1 and 2 Aerosol

Hashish Oil

Cannabispray 1 and 2 Aerosol

Cocaine Hydrochloride

Coca-Test Aerosol

Cocaine Base

Coca-Test Aerosol

Marijuana

Pen Test – D4D

Phencyclidine

Pen Test – D4D

Amphetamine

Pen Test – D4D

Ketamine

Pen Test – D4D

Methamphetamine

Pen Test – D4D

Ephedrine

Pen Test – D4D

Heroin

Pen Test – D4D

Methadone

Pen Test – D4D

Buprenorphine

Pen Test – D4D

Opium

Pen Test – D4D

Phenobarbital

Pen Test – Barbitusol

Marijuana

Pen Test – Cannabis Test

Phencyclidine

Pen Test – Coca Test

Cocaine Hydrochloride

Pen Test – Coca Test

Cocaine base

Pen Test – Coca Test

Buprenorphine

Pen Test – C&H Test

Cocaine Hydrochloride

Pen Test – C&H Test

Cocaine base

Pen Test – C&H Test

Ephedrine

Pen Test – C&H Test

Ketamine

Pen Test – C&H Test

Heroin

Pen Test – C&H Test

Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD)

Pen Test – C&H Test

Methadone

Pen Test – C&H Test

Methamphetamine

Pen Test – C&H Test

Heroin

Pen Test – Herosol

Methadone

Pen Test – Herosol

Lysergic Acid Diethylamide

Pen Test – LSD Test

Methamphetamine

Pen Test – Meth/X Test

3,4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA)

Pen Test – Meth/X Test

Morphine

Pen Test – Opiatest

Opium

Pen Test – Opiatest

Diazepam

Pen Test – BZO

Ephedrine

Pen Test – Ephedrine

Pseudoephedrine

Pen Test – Ephedrine

JANT PHARMACAL CORPORATION

16255 VENTURA BLVD., #505

ENCINO, CA  91436

Formerly available through:

MILLENNIUM SECURITY GROUP

Accutest IDenta

Drug or Drug Type:

Manufacturer's Field Test:

Marijuana

Marijuana/Hashish (Duquenois-Levine Reagent)

Hashish Oil

Marijuana/Hashish (Duquenois-Levine Reagent)

Heroin

Heroin Step 1 and Step 2

Cocaine Hydrochloride

Cocaine/Crack Step 1 and Step 2

Cocaine Base

Cocaine/Crack Step 1 and Step 2

3,4–Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA)

MDMA Step 1 and Step 2

Methamphetamine

Methamphetamine Step 1 and Step 2

COZART PLC

92 MILTON PARK

ABINGDON, OXFORDSHIRE ENGLAND OX14 4RY

Drug or Drug Type:

Manufacturer's Field Test:

Cocaine

Cocaine Solid Field Test

Lynn Peavey Company

10749 West 84th Terrace

Lexexa, KS 66214

QuickCheck

Drug or Drug Type:

Manufacturer's Field Test:

Marijuana

Marijuana – 10120

Marijuana

Marijuana – 10121

Hashish Oil

Marijuana – 10120

Hashish Oil

Marijuana – 10121

Heroin

Marquis – 10123

Heroin

Heroin - 10125

Cocaine Hydrochloride

Cocaine – 10124

Cocaine Base

Cocaine – 10124

Methamphetamine

Meth/Ecstasy – 10122

Methamphetamine

Marquis – 10123

MDMA

Meth/Ecstasy – 10122

MDMA

Marquis – 10123

M.M.C. INTERNATIONAL B.V.

FRANKENTHALERSTRAAT 16-18

4816 KA BREDA

THE NETHERLANDS

Drug or Drug Type:

Manufacturer's Field Test:

Heroin

Opiates/Amphetamine Test (Ampoule)

Morphine

Opiates/Amphetamine Test (Ampoule)

Amphetamine

Opiates/Amphetamine Test (Ampoule)

Methamphetamine

Opiates/Amphetamine Test (Ampoule)

Codeine

Opiates/Amphetamine Test (Ampoule)

Marijuana

Cannabis Test (Ampoule)

Hashish Oil

Cannabis Test (Ampoule)

Cocaine Hydrochloride

Cocaine/Crack Test (Ampoule)

Cocaine base

Cocaine/Crack Test (Ampoule)

Heroin

Heroin Test (Ampoule)

Ketamine

Ketamine Test (Ampoule)

Methadone

Methadone Test (Ampoule)

Methamphetamine

Crystal Meth/XTC Test (Ampoule)

3,4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA)

Crystal Meth/XTC Test (Ampoule)

Morphine

M&H Test (Ampoule)

Heroin

M&H Test (Ampoule)

Ephedrine

Ephedrine HCL Test (Ampoule)

Pseudoephedrine

Ephedrine HCL Test (Ampoule)

Pentazocine

Pentazocine Test (Ampoule)

Buprenorphine

Buprenorphine HCL Test (Ampoule)

Gamma butyrolactone (GBL)

GBL Test (Ampoule)

Gamma hydroxybutyric acid (GHB)

GHB Test (Ampoule)

Oxycodone

Oxycodone Test (Ampoule)

Oxymetholone

Steroids Test B (Ampoule)

Testosterone

Steroids Test B (Ampoule)

Methandrostenolone

Steroids Test B (Ampoule)

Phenylacetone

PMK/BMK(BMK) Test (Ampoule)

Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD)

LSD Test (Ampoule)

Phencyclidine (PCP)

PCP Test (Ampoule)

Methaqualone

Methaqualone Test (Ampoule)

Amobarbital

Barbiturates Test (Ampoule)

Pentobarbital

Barbiturates Test (Ampoule)

Phenobarbital

Barbiturates Test (Ampoule)

Secobarbital

Barbiturates Test (Ampoule)

Propoxyphene

Propoxyphene Test (Ampoule)

Diazepam

V&R Test (Ampoule)

Cocaine Hydrochloride

Cocaine/Crack Test (Spray)

Cocaine base

Cocaine/Crack Test (Spray)

Cocaine Hydrochloride

Cocaine Trace Wipes

Cocaine base

Cocaine Trace Wipes

Morphine

Opiate Cassette

Heroin

Opiate Cassette

3,4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA)

MDMA/Ecstasy Cassette

Methamphetamine

Methamphetamine Cassette

Amphetamine

Amphetamine Cassette


STATE LOTTERY DEPARTMENT

Director's Orders

The following Director's Orders of the State Lottery Department were filed with the Virginia Registrar of Regulations on September 18, 2012. The orders may be viewed at the State Lottery Department, 900 East Main Street, Richmond, VA, or at the office of the Registrar of Regulations, 910 Capitol Street, 2nd Floor, Richmond, VA.

Director's Order Number Ninety (12)

Virginia Lottery's "HASBROTM" Official Sweepstakes Rules (effective September 7, 2012)

Director's Order Number Ninety-Eight (12)

Virginia Lottery's "Play for Keeps Sweeps" Official Sweepstakes Requirements (effective September 13, 2012)

Director's Order Number One Hundred Two (12)

"Seibert's Buy $5 Mega Millions Get Free Serious Java" Virginia Lottery Promotion Requirements (effective on the date of its signing and shall remain in full force and effect until ninety (90) days after the conclusion of the Incentive Program, unless otherwise extended by the Director.)

STATE BOARD OF SOCIAL SERVICES

Notice of Periodic Review

Pursuant to Executive Order 14 (2010) and §§ 2.2-4007.1 and 2.2-4017 of the Code of Virginia, the Board of Social Services is conducting a periodic review of 22VAC40-12, Public Participation Guidelines.

The review of this regulation will be guided by the principles in Executive Order 14 (2010) and § 2.2-4007.1 of the Code of Virginia.

The purpose of this review is to determine whether this regulation should be terminated, amended, or retained in its current form. Public comment is sought on the review of any issue relating to this regulation, including whether the regulation (i) is necessary for the protection of public health, safety, and welfare or for the economical performance of important governmental functions; (ii) minimizes the economic impact on small businesses in a manner consistent with the stated objectives of applicable law; and (iii) is clearly written and easily understandable.

The comment period begins October 8, 2012, and ends October 29, 2012.

Comments may be submitted online to the Virginia Regulatory Town Hall at http://www.townhall.virginia.gov/L/Forums.cfm.

Comments may also be sent to Karin Clark, Regulatory Coordinator, 801 East Main Street, Richmond, VA 23219, telephone (804) 726-7017, FAX (804) 726-7906, email karin.clark@dss.virginia.gov.

Comments must include the commenter's name and address (physical or email) information in order to receive a response to the comment from the agency. Following the close of the public comment period, a report of the periodic review will be posted on the Town Hall and published in the Virginia Register of Regulations.

Notice of Periodic Review

Pursuant to Executive Order 14 (2010) and §§ 2.2-4007.1 and 2.2-4017 of the Code of Virginia, the State Board of Social Services is conducting a periodic review of 22VAC40-295, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families.

The review of this regulation will be guided by the principles in Executive Order 14 (2010) and § 2.2-4007.1 of the Code of Virginia.

The purpose of this review is to determine whether this regulation should be terminated, amended, or retained in its current form. Public comment is sought on the review of any issue relating to this regulation, including whether the regulation (i) is necessary for the protection of public health, safety, and welfare or for the economical performance of important governmental functions; (ii) minimizes the economic impact on small businesses in a manner consistent with the stated objectives of applicable law; and (iii) is clearly written and easily understandable.

The comment period begins October 8, 2012, and ends October 29, 2012.

Comments may be submitted online to the Virginia Regulatory Town Hall at http://www.townhall.virginia.gov/L/Forums.cfm. Comments may also be sent to Mark Golden, TANF Manager, 801 East Main Street, Richmond, VA 23219, telephone (804) 726-7385, FAX (804) 726-7357, or email mark.golden@dss.virginia.gov.

Comments must include the commenter's name and address (physical or email) information in order to receive a response to the comment from the agency. Following the close of the public comment period, a report of the periodic review will be posted on the Town Hall and published in the Virginia Register of Regulations.

STATE WATER CONTROL BOARD

Consent Special Order for Dupont Teijin Films U.S. Limited Partnership

An enforcement action has been proposed for DuPont Teijin Films U.S. Limited Partnership for alleged violations at DuPont Teijin Films, Hopewell Site at 3600 Discovery Drive, Chesterfield, VA. The State Water Control Board proposes to issue a consent special order to DuPont Teijin Films U.S. Limited Partnership to address noncompliance with State Water Control Board law. A description of the proposed action is available at the Department of Environmental Quality office named below or online at www.deq.virginia.gov. Gina Pisoni will accept comments by email at gina.pisoni@deq.virginia.gov, FAX (804) 527-5106, or postal mail Department of Environmental Quality, Piedmont Regional Office, 4949-A Cox Road, Glen Allen, VA 23060, from October 8, 2012, to November 8, 2012.

VIRGINIA CODE COMMISSION

Notice to State Agencies

Contact Information: Mailing Address: Virginia Code Commission, 910 Capitol Street, General Assembly Building, 2nd Floor, Richmond, VA 23219; Telephone: Voice (804) 786-3591; FAX (804) 692-0625; Email: varegs@dls.virginia.gov.

Meeting Notices: Section 2.2-3707 C of the Code of Virginia requires state agencies to post meeting notices on their websites and on the Commonwealth Calendar at http://www.virginia.gov/cmsportal3/cgi-bin/calendar.cgi.

Cumulative Table of Virginia Administrative Code Sections Adopted, Amended, or Repealed: A table listing regulation sections that have been amended, added, or repealed in the Virginia Register of Regulations since the regulations were originally published or last supplemented in the print version of the Virginia Administrative Code is available at http://register.dls.virginia.gov/cumultab.htm.

Filing Material for Publication in the Virginia Register of Regulations: Agencies use the Regulation Information System (RIS) to file regulations and related items for publication in the Virginia Register of Regulations. The Registrar's office works closely with the Department of Planning and Budget (DPB) to coordinate the system with the Virginia Regulatory Town Hall. RIS and Town Hall complement and enhance one another by sharing pertinent regulatory information.

ERRATA

STATE BOARD OF HEALTH

Title of Regulation: 12VAC5-31. Virginia Emergency Medical Services Regulations.

Publication: 29:1 VA.R. 32-103 September 10, 2012.

Correction to Final Regulation:

Page 91-92, 12VAC5-31-1552 A, replace

"4. Complete a minimum of 12 hours of instructor focused continuing education.

5. Submit an EMS education coordinator application to include endorsement from an EMS Physician."

with

"[ 4. Complete a minimum of 12 hours of instructor focused continuing education.

5. 4. ] Submit an EMS education coordinator application to include endorsement from an EMS Physician."

VA.R. Doc. No. R08-877; Filed September 20, 2012, 4:06 p.m.