(A) Applicants shall develop and submit environmental information as required by the director as a part of the director's review of their assistance proposals.
(C) Applicants shall conduct public participation and provide a record thereof as may be required by the director, as a part of their submission of facilities plans or project plans. Depending on the complexity of assistance proposal and the disposal system, or the overall activities, of which the assistance proposal is a part, any known public controversy, and the type of environmental review being conducted, without limitation the director may require:
(1) Distribution by the applicant of fact sheets with an opportunity provided for the public to comment,
(2) Public meetings held by the applicant in which the assistance proposal and the disposal system, or the overall activities, of which the assistance proposal is a part and its environmental effects are described, and for which a summary of comments and responses is produced, and
(3) Public hearings held by the applicant for which a transcript is produced.