The supporting information required by this rule may vary depending on the type and complexity of the project and shall, at a minimum, include:
(A) An explanation of the project and its basis of design, and such other information relevant to approval of plans that may not be fully evident from the plan drawings and specifications;
(B) A copy of the results of any required chemical, bacteriological, radiological, or other analyses performed on the raw or finished water;
(C) Information as to the capacity and long-term adequacy of the source of supply; and
(D) If the plans include a new well as a source of water, the following additional materials shall be submitted:
(1) A well site acceptance letter signed by a representative of the district office;
(2) A copy of a deed, easement, or other legal instrument showing that the owner has control of lands sufficient to provide isolation as approved in the well site acceptance letter; and
(3) A copy of the log of the well, and a copy of the results of the pumping tests performed on the well. Test pumping and sampling for chemical and radiological analyses are required unless waived by the director.
(E) A capability assurance plan, if required by Chapter 3745-87 of the Administrative Code.