Interagency Coordination of Regulated Establishments - Doh/Dacs/Dbpr/Dcf/Ahca/Apd Evaluation of Onsite Sewage (Septic) and Water Supply Capacity is a legal document that was released by the Florida Department of Health - a government authority operating within Florida.
Q: What is interagency coordination of regulated establishments?
A: It refers to the collaboration between different agencies responsible for regulating establishments in Florida.
Q: Which agencies are involved in interagency coordination of regulated establishments in Florida?
A: The agencies involved are DOH (Department of Health), DACS (Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services), DBPR (Department of Business and Professional Regulation), DCF (Department of Children and Families), AHCA (Agency for Health Care Administration), and APD (Agency for Persons with Disabilities).
Q: What is the evaluation of onsite sewage (septic) and water supply capacity?
A: It is the assessment of the ability of a property's septic system and water supply to meet the required standards and capacity in Florida.
Q: Who conducts the evaluation of onsite sewage (septic) and water supply capacity in Florida?
A: The evaluation is conducted by the relevant agencies, such as DOH, DACS, and DBPR, depending on the specific requirements.
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