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Ordinance 14-1984

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BY: Eisenberg
ORDINANCE NO. 14-84
AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE DISCHARGE OF WASTEWATER INTO THE SEWER SYSTEMS OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE,
LICKING COUNTY, OHIO, AND ESTABLISHING RATES TO VILLAGE BE CHARGED BY THE OF GRANVILLE FOR SEWER SERVICE TO PROVIDE FUNDS FOR THE MANAGEMENT, MAINTENANCE, OPERATION, IMPROVEMENT AND REPAIR OF THE GRANVILLE SEWERAGE SYSTEM FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE SAME.
WHEREAS, it is necessary that the Village of Granville, Ohio maintain and operate a system of sewers which will collect, transport and properlydischarge water, sewage and other liquid wastes, and
WHEREAS, the Village of Granville is held responsible by the State of Odihsicohaarngdedby the Federal Government to control the purification quality of water from its sewer systems, and
WHEREAS, it is necessary that wastewater containing sewage and other impurities undergo a purification treatment process while uncontaminated run- otreffatwmaetenrt be discharged directly into streams without diluting the purification system, and
WHEREAS, the most feasible and economically acceptable manner of wastewater treatment and disposal is through two systems of sewer lineB, one to' collect, transport and discharge quantities of water already of an acceptable level of purification and the other to collect, transport and deliver to a sewage treat- mpreonctefsas,cailnidty, water containing sewage and other contaminates for a purification
WHEREAS, at the time of passage of this ordinance a significant portion of the Village of Granville is serviced by two separate systems of sewers, one carryir,5 primarily storm run-off water and the other an existing separate sanitary sewer system carrying wastewater requiring treatment, and
WHEREAS, it is necessary to establish a system of user charges or rates, athmaetndcmoemntpsliethsewreittho,the requirements of the Public Law 95-217 and 92-500 and any
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED AND ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE, COUNTY OF LICKING, AND STATE OF OHIO, THE FOLLOWING definitions, regulations and penalties, which shall govern the use of the sewer systems of ltohceatVeidllage of Granville: the corporation limits whether or not the users are within the corporation limits of the Village.
Section I: Definitions:
Unless the context specifically indicates otherwise, the meaning of terms used in this ordinance shall be as follows:
1. "Biochemical oxygen demand" B(OD) shall mean the quantity of oxygen utilized in the biochemical oxidation of organic matter under standard laboratory procedure in five (5) days at 20 degrees C, expressed in milligrams per liter.
2. "Building drain" shall mean that part of the lowest horizontal piping of a drainage system which receives the discharge from the soil, waste, and other drainage pipe inside the walls of the building and conveys it to the building sewer, wohfi c(h begins five (5) feet (1.5 meters) outside the inner face the inner face of) the building wall.
3. "Building sewer" shall mean the extension from the building cdaralliendtohouthsee cpounbnliecctsioenw.er or other place of disposal, also
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4. "Chemical oxygen demand" ( COD) shall mean the quantity of
oxygen utilized in the chemical oxidation of organic under matter standard laboratory procedures expressed in milligrams per liter.
5. "Combined sewer" shall mean a sewer intended to receive both wastewater and storm or surface water.
6. "Compatible pollutant" shall mean BOD, suspended solids, pH, and fecal coliform bacteria plus additional pollutants identified in the NPDES permit if the publicly owned treat- ment works was designed to treat such pollutant, and in fact does remove such pollutants to a substantial degree. Examples of such additional pollutants may includea:() CODb;() total organic carbonc;() phosphorous and phosphorous compounds; d) nitrogen and nitrogen compoundse;() fats, oils, andgreases oSfecatnioimn al or vegetable origin except as prohibited under 2.
7. "Commercial unit or Class" shall mean a building or part of a building used by one commercial, private or public enterprise for uses other than as a dwelling, but not classified as an institutional or industrial unit.
8. D"ebt Service Charge" shall mean the charge levied on users to make principal and interest payments required for the amortization of the cost of the wastewater collection and treat- ment facilities.
9. "Discharge unit" shall mean any residence, commercial esta- blishment, industry or private or public facility generating, accumulating ando/r otherwise discharging liquid waste either Vdiirlleacgtely or ultimately into any of the sewer systems of the of Granville.
10. "Residential unit or class" shall mean a building or part of a building used by one family, exclusively, as a place of abode.
11. "Engineer" shall mean the Village engineer as designated by the Village of Granville Council.
12. "Federal act" shall mean the Federal Water Pollution Contract Act Amendments of 1972 and 1977, Public Law 92-500 and any amend- ments thereto; as well as any guidelines; limitations and stan- pduarrdssuapnrtomtoulgthaetedAcbty. the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
13. "Floatable oil" is oil, fat or grease in a physical state such that it will separate by gravity from wastewater by treat- ment in an approved pretreatment facility.
14. G" arbage" shall mean the animal and vegetable waste result- ing from the handling, preparation. cooking and serving of food.
15. "Incompatible pollutant" shall mean any pollutant which is not a compatible pollutant as defined in paragraph 6.
16. "Industrial cost recovery" shall mean recovery by the Village from the industrial users of a treatment works of the grant amount allocable to the treatment of wastes from such users pur- suant to Section 204 (b) of Title'II Federal Water Pollution tChoenrterotol . Act Amendments of 1972 (Public Law 92-500) and amendments
17. "Industrial users or class" shall mean any nongovernmental, nonresidential user of a publicly owned treatment works which discharges more than the equivalent of 25,000 gallons per day gpd) of sanitary wastes and which is identified in the Standard Industrial Classification Manual, 1972, Office of Management and dBiuvdisgieot,nsas: amended and supplemented under one of the following
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Division A.
Division B.
Division C.
Division D.
Division I.
Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing
Mining
Manufacturing
Transportation, Communications, Electric,
Gas, and Sanitary Services
Services
1. Indetermining the amount of a user' s discharge, the
grantee may exclude domestic wastes of discharges from sanitary conveniences.
2. After applying the sanitary waste exclusion in subparagraph
1. of this paragraph (if grantee chooses do to so)d,ischarges in the above divisions that have a volume exceeding 25,000 gpd or the weight of biochemical
oxygen demand (BOD) or suspended solids (SS) equivalent
to that weight found in 25,000 gpd of sanitary waste are considered industrial users. Sanitary wastes, for pur- poses of this calculation of equivalency, are the wastes discharged from residential users. The strength of
residential discharges is herein defined as BODS less than or equal to 300 mg. per liter and suspended solids
less than or equal to 300 mg. per liter.
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Any nongovernmental user of a publicly owned treat- ment works which discharges wastewater to the treatment works which contains toxic pollutants or poisonous solids, liquids, or gases in sufficient quantity either singly or by interaction with other wastes, to contaminate the sludge of any, municipal systems, 'or to injure or to interfere with any sewage treatment process, or which constitutes a hazard to humans or animals, creates a public nuisance, or creates any hazard in or has an adverse effect on the waters receiving any discharge from the treatment works.
All commercial users of an individual system con- structed with grant assistance under Section 201 (h) of the Act and this subpart. (See 35. 918 (a) (3).
18. "Industrial wastes" shall mean the wastewater from industrial
tparorycewssaesste,st.rade, or business as distinct from domestic or sani-
19. M" ajor contributing industry" shall .mean an industrial user of the publicly owned treatment works thati (a) has a flow of 50,000 gallons or more than average work day; b() has a flow greater than five (5) percent of the flow carried by themunicipal system receiving the waste; c( ) has in its waste a toxic pollutant as defined in standards issued under Section 307 (a) of the Federal Act; or (d) is found by the permit issuance authority in connection with the issuance of an NPDES permit to the publicly owned treatment works receiving the waste, to have the significant impact, either singly or in combination with other contributing firnodmusthtraiet s, on that treatment works or upon the quality of effluent treatment works.
20. "May" is permissive; " Shall" is mandatory.
21. "Natural outlet" shall mean any outlet, including storm sewers and combined sewer overflows, into a watercourse, pond, ditch, lake, or other body of surface or ground water.
E2l2im. in"NaPtDioEnS" permit shall mean the National Pollutant Discharge System permit.
23. O" peration and Maintenance Costs" shall mean all costs associated with the operation and maintenance of wastewater collection and treatment facilities as well as costs associated with periodic equipment replacement necessary for maintaining mcaepntacfiatycialintdiepse.rformance of the wastewater collection and treat-
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24. "Person" shall mean any individual, firm, company, associ- ation, society, corporation, or group.
25. "pH" shall mean the reciprocal of the logarithm of hydrogen the ion concentration. The concentration is the weight of hydrogen ions, in grams, per liter of solution. Neutral
water, for example, has a pH value of 7 and a hydrogen ion concentration of 10-7.
26. "Pollutant" shall mean dredged spoil, solid waste, incinerator
residue, wastewater, grabage, waste water sludge, munition, wrecked or discarded equipment, rock, sand, cellar dirt, and industrial, municipal and agricultural waste discharged into the water.
27. "Properly shredded garbage" shall mean the wastes from the preparation, cooking and dispensing of food that have been shredded to such a degree that all particles will be carried freely under the flow conditions normally prevailing in public sinewers, with no particle greater than 12/ inch 1(2.7 centimeters) any dimension.
28. "Pretreatment" shall mean the treatment of wastewaters from msoeunrtcefas cbieliftoirees.introduction into publicly owned wastewater treat-
29. "Public sewer" shall mean a common sewer controlled by a government agency or public utility.
30. R"eplacement" shall mean expenditures for obtaining and installing equipment, accessories, or appurtenances which are necessary during the service life of the treatment works to maintain the capacity and performance for which such works were designed and constructed. The term "operation and maintenance" includes replacement.
31. "Sanitary sewer" shall mean a sewer that carries liquid and watercarried wastes from residences, commercial buildings, industrial plants and institutions, together with minor quanti- ties of ground, storm and surface waters that are not admitted intentionally.
32. "Sewer Service Charge" shall mean the charge levied on users for capital cost amortization d(ebt service charges) and for operation and maintenance costs (user charges).Such sewer service charge includes debt service charges and user charges.
33. S" lug" shall mean any discharge of water or wastewater which in concentration of any given constituent or in quantity of flow exceeds for any period of duration longer than fifteen (15) minutes more than five (5) times the average twentyf-our (24) hour concentration or flows during normal operation and shall wadavseterwsealtyeraffect the collection system ando/r performance of the treatment works.
34. "Storm drain" s(ometimes termed s"torm sewer"s)hall mean a drain or sewer for conveying water, groundwater, subsurface water, or unpolluted water from any source.
35. S" uperintendent" shall mean the Water Pollution Control Otivpeer.ator of the Village of Granville or his authorized representa-
36. S"uspended Sol ids" shall mean total suspended matter that either floats on the surface of, or is in suspension in, water, wastewater, or other liquids, and that is removable by laboratory tfiioltneroinf g, as prescribed in "Standards Methods" for the Examina- Water and Wastewater" and referred to as nonf-ilterable residue.
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37. "Cooling water" means the water discharged from such any use as air conditioning, cooling or refrigeration, during
which the only pollutant added to the water is heat.
38. "Toxic pollutants" shall include but not necessarily be
limited to aldrin-dieldrin, benzidine, cadmium, cyanide,
DDT-endrin, mercury, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB' s) and
toxaphene. Pollutants included as "toxic" shall be those
premulgated as such by the United States Environmental Pro- tection Agency.
39. "User Charge" is the charge levied on the users of the
treatment works for the cost of operation and maintenance of such works, pursuant to Section 204 (b) of Title II of the aFnedderal Water Pollution Control Act of 1972 (Public Law 92-500) amendments thereto.
40. "Unpolluted water" is water of quality equal to or better than the effluent criteria in effect or water that would not
cause violation of receiving water quality standards and would not be benefitted by discharge to the sanitary sewers and wastewater treatment facilities provided.
41. W" astewater"S (anitary water) shall mean the spent water of a community. From the standpoint of source, it may be a combina- tion of the liquid and watercarried wastes from residences,
commercial buildings, industrial plants and institutions, to- gether with any groundwater, surface water, and storm water that may be present.
42. W" astewater facilities" shall mean the structures, equipment and processes required to collect, carry away, and treat domestic industrial wastes and dispose of the effluent.
43. W" astewater treatment works" shall mean an arrangement of devices and structures for treating wastewater, industrial wastes and sludge. Sometimes used as synonymous with "waste treatment plant" or "wastewater treatment plant"or "water pollution con- trol plant".
44. "Storm water" means any flow occurring during or immediately following any form of natural precipitation and resulting there- from. Water originating from precipitation which is captured in roof drains and down spouts, footer and foundation tiles, ground drainage tiles and catch basins and which does not undergo any use or contamination prior to disposal.
45. "Industrial Class" shall mean any governmental or publicly funded user of the publicly owned treatment works not engaged in profit oriented business.
II: Prohibitions and Limitations:
No person (s) shall discharge or cause to be discharge any of ttrheeatfmoellonwt ing described waters or wastes to any public sewers or works:
a) Any gasoline, benzine, naptha, fuel oil, or other flammable or explosive liquid, solid or gas.
b) Any waters or wastes having a pH lower than 6. 0 or having any other corrosive property capable of causing damage or hazard to structures, equipment and personnel of the wastewater works.
Solid or viscous substances in quantities or of such size capable of causing obstruction to the flow in sewers or other interferences with the proper operation of the wastewater facilities such as, but not limited to, ashes, bones, cinders, sand, mud, straw, shavings, metal, glass, rags, feathers, tar, plastics, wood, unground garbage, whole blood, paunch manure, hair and fleshings, entrails and paper dishes, cups, milk con- tainers, etc.,either whole or ground by garbage grinders.
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The following described substances, materials, waters, or
waste shall be limited in discharge to municipal systems to
concentrations or quantities which will not harm either the
sewers, wastewater treatment process or equipment, will not
have an adverse effect on the receiving stream, or will not
otherwise endanger lives, limb, public property, or constitute
a nuisance. The superintendent may set limitations
lower than the limitations established in the regulations
below if in his opinion such more severe limitations are
necessary to meet the above objectives. Deliberate dilution
with unpolluted water to meet the concentrations established
in the regulations below shall not be acceptable. In forming
his opinion as to the acceptability, the superintendent will
give consideration to such facts as the quantity of subject
waste in relation to flows and velocities in the sewers,
materials of construction of the wastewater treatment plant,
and other pertinent factors. The limitations or restrictions
on materials or characteristics of waste or wastewater discharged
to the sanitary sewers which shall not be violated
without approval of the superintendent are as follows:
a) Wastewater having a temperature higher than 150
degrees F.
b) Wastewater containing more than 50 milligrams per
liter of petroleum oil, nonbiodegradable cutting oils, product
of mineral oil origin, or floatable oils, fat, wax, or grease.
c) Any garbage that has not been properly shredded.
Garbage grinders may be connected to sanitary sewers from homes,
hotels, institutions, restaurants, hospitals, caterina establishments
or similar places where garbage originates from the preparation
of food in kitchens for the purpose of consumption on
the premises or when served by caterers.
d) Any waters or wastes containing solids, liquids or
gasses in sufficient quantity either singly or by interaction
with other wastes to injure or interfere with any wastewater
treatment process, constitute a hazard to humans or animals,
waters of the Wastewater Treatment Plant, including, but not
limited to, cyanides, hexavalent chromium, copper, zinc, cadmium,
nickel and phenols in the waste as discharged to the public sewer.
The following concentrations shall not be exceeded in industrial
wastes discharged to the public sewers: total cyanide (CN),
0. 5 milligrams per liter (mg/1);hexavalent chromium, 1. 0 mg/1,
copper, 1. 0 mg/1; zinc, 1. 0 mg/1; cadmium, 0. 2 mg/ 1; nickel,
2. 0 mg/1; phenols, 0. 2 mg/1; lead, 0. 5 mg/1; mercury, 0.01 mg/1;
silver, 0. 2 mg/1.
These maximum concentrations may be changed as necessary
by the Superintendent or state reaulatory agencies based on new
information concerning inhibitory substances or to protect treatment
plant processes. Industrial discharges covered by Federal
pretreatment requirements shall meet those limitations specified
under the effluent guidelines published under Section 304 (b) and
307 (b) of the Federal Act or the above concentrations, whichever
is more stringent.
e) Any waters or wastes containing odor-producing substances
exceeding limits which may be established by the superintendent
or any local or State regulatory agencies.
f) Any radioactive wastes or isotopes of such half-life or
concentration as may exceed limits in compliance with applicable
State or Federal regulations.
g) Quantities of flow, concentrations or both which stitute con- a "sluq" as defined herein.
h) Waters or wastes containing substances which are not
amendable to treatment or reduction by the wastewater treatment
processing employed, or are amenable only to such degree that the
wastewater treatment plant effluent cannot meet the requirements
or other agencies having jurisdiction over discharge to the
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receiving waters; or substances that would result in a violation
of the NPDES permit.
i) Any water or wastes which by interaction with other
water or wastes in the public sewer system, release obnoxious
gases, form suspended solids which interfere with the collection
system, or create a condition deleterious to structures and
treatment processes.
j) Any wastes with objectionable color not removable by
the treatment process.
k) All testing to identify any of the above mentioned
pollutants, waters or wastes shall be in accordance with the
latest edition of "Standard Methods for the Examination of Water
and Wastewater".
Section III: Use and Requirements of Public Sewers:
a) Prohibition on Unpolluted Water
No person shall discharge or cause to be discharged any
unpolluted) surface water, groundwater, roof runoff, storm
water, subsurface drainage, uncontaminated cooling water, or unpolluted industrial process waters to any sanitary sewer. Any
existing roof drain connections to sanitary or combined shall be connected sewers into an available storm sewer or shall be
disconnected above ground in an appropriate manner approved by the Village. Discharges from roof drains emptying onto the
ground surface shall be at least three (3) feet from adjacent
property line and shall in no way be directed to flood or otherwise
cause damage to adjoining property. The owner of any building (s) situated within the Village is required at his ex- pense to disconnect all existing roof drains from sanitary and
combined sewers in accordance with the provisions of this section
within 180 days after the date of official notice to do so. Discharge
units connecting to a Village Sanitary Sewer or Combina- tion Sewer shall be free of all storm water. It is prohibited
that any new construction of discharge units shall have any storm water connections of roof drains, footor and foundation
tiles or any other connections to a sanitary sewer.
b) Allowable Discharge of Unpolluted Water
Storm water and all other unpolluted drainage shall be discharged
to such sewers as are specifically designated as accep- table combined sewers or storm sewers or to a natural outlet
approved by the Village and other regulatory agencies.
c) Wastewater Discharge
Discharge units of waste water shall be connected to a Village sanitary sewer, if one is within 200 feet of any of the lot or property lines of that discharge unit. If a sanitary
sewer is not available within 200 feet of the lot or property
line, the discharge unit shall be connected to an approvable
individual sewage treatment system and discharge into a storm
sewer or a receiving stream with OEPA approval, or an approvable individual sewage treatment system. In such event, the connection
shall be water tight from the discharge unit to the sewer.
d) Application for Sewer Tap
Application for sewer taps shall be made to the permit
clerk at the Municipal Office. The capacity fee shall be paid
with the submission of the application. An application shall
be submitted a minimum of five working days before service is required.
seha)llNo new connections or alterations to existing connections be made to any of the sewer systems of the Village of
Granville without prior permission of the Village Council or its authorized representative nor shall the Village allow any
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new connections unless there is sufficient downstream sewer capacity and sufficient treatment capacity. All tions, whether sewer connec- new, repaired or replaced shall be constructed
of materials and techniques approvable by the Village. All
new connections shall be 6" sanitary sewer pipe (or larger if flows require)w,ith the sanitary sewer materials meeting the following standards:
Pipe
ABS (8" and over)
ABS (4" and 6")
Asbestos Cement
Asbestos Cement
Cast Iron
Clay
PVC
PVC
Material Spec.
ASTM D2680
ASTM D2661
ASTM C428
ASTM C644
AWWA C106
ASTM C700
ASTM C3034
ASTM C3033
Joint Spec.
ASTM D2680
ASTM D2661
ASTM D1869
ASTM D1869
AWWA Clll
ASTM C425
ASTM D3212
ASTM D3212
Yf-b)raAncshaddle clamp must be used for a main tap-in where no is available.
g) The building sewer shall be installed by a bonded contrac- tor at the property owners expense. Any street excavation required in order to make a tap shall be done in accordance with Chapter 903 on file in the municipal clerk' s office. The cost of laying new sewer lines or of extending existing sewer lines shall be assessed against the property benefitted thereby. A general plan of the connection shall be approved by the Village superintendent prior to installation.
shall include proper bedding,
as required by the Village.
backfilled until it has been
superintendent.
The sewer installation
backfill, testing, and cleanouts
The sewer shall not be covered or
inspected and approved by the Village
IV: Sanitary Sewer System Capacity Charges
That a system capacity charge shall be made for each new sanitary sewer connection to any property for which a zoning or building permit is issued after the date of passage of this ordinance; and shall be paid at the time the connection permit is issued for a service. This charge shall be in addition to any other fees or charges made for sanitary sewer connections.
a) Prohibition
No person, firm or corporation shall make a sanitary sewer connection or any part thereof to the sanitary sewer system of the Village of Granville, Ohio, unless he or they have been issued a permit therefor by the Village.
b) Rates
The Village Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to make ais SmANadITeARY SEWER SYSTEM CAPACITY CHARGE whenever an application for sanitary sewage collection service from a structure whenever such property is or may be serviced by a sanitary sewer connection line connected to a tributary directly or indirectly to any public sanitary sewer built by or under the supervision and direction of the Village, when single family dwellings are rezoned and used as multi-family dwellings, or when additional family living units are added to or derived from existing single coorrpmorualttei-falimmiilyts dwellings, either inside or outside of the of the Village.
The charges shall be according to the size of the water service connection line that supplies water, property location, property use, ando/r number of family living units that are serviced by a sanitary sewer connection line. In the event single family residential property is rezoned commercial, the charges described herein for commercial property shall apply.
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c) Charges And Rates With The Village
The charges and rates to be made within the Village shall be as follows:
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1) For each family dwelling or structure that sanitary has Village sewer collection made available through existing
sanitary sewer connection lines and to which a family living unit is derived by addition of new structure or by division
of existing structure, the charges shall be Five Hundred
Dollars 5(0$0.00) for each newly derived family living unit.
2) For each dwelling or structure that has Village sani- tary sewage collection service made available through exist- ing sanitary sewer connection lines or for which a sanitary
sewer service connection permit is granted, the capacity charge shall be Four Hundred Dollars 4(0$0.00) for each newly constructed or derived convalescent or retirement
living unit located within nursing homes, convalescent homes,
or community retirement centers. The water supply and sewer connection line sizes must be approved by the Village Water and Wastewater Superintendent.
3) For each single Br two (2) family dwelling for which a sanitary sewer connection permit is granted and is serviced by either one (1) or two (2) three-quarter 3/41 inch water
service lines, the charge shall be Five Hundred Dollars 500.00) for each family unit. A two (2) family dwelling consists of two (2) family living units.
4) For each multi-family dwelling for which a sanitary
sewer service connection permit is granted, the charge shall be Five Hundred Dollars 5(0$0.00) for each family living unit. Each of these units may be served by multiple three- quarter (34/) inch water service lines or multiple three- quarter (34/) inch service lines off of one larger water supply line. The water supply and sewer connection line sizes must be approved by the Village Water and Wastewater Superintendent.
5) For dwelling units within a commercial structure for which a sanitary sewer service connection permit is granted, the charges shall be the same per family living unit as for single, two (2) family, and multi-family dwellings.
6) For commercial or industrial units for which a sanitary sewer service connection permit is granted, the charge shall be determined by the nominal diameter size of the water service line (s).For each commercial or industrial unit within a multi-unit commercial or industrial structure for which a sanitary sewer connection permit is granted, the charge shall be based on the size of the water service line to each unit with a minimum size to be not less than three- quarters (34/) inch. These water service lines may be supplied from a larger supply line. In the event a water service line is enlarged, the charge difference between the two diameter sizes shall be paid.
Charges as follows:
WATER LINE DIAMETER CAPACITY CHARGE*
3/4"
1"
1-1/2"
2"
3"
500. 00
850.00
1912. 50
3400.00
7650.00
850.00 per inch diameter squared d( 2) or $500.00, which- feivreer sisupgprreessaiotners)y.sSteewmer capacity charge shall not include sizing.
Sanitary sewer service connection liens for all com- mEnegrciniaelera. nd industrial units must be approved by the Village
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7) Where water services or a determined portion of service is installed for fire protection, a water no normal use of
sanitary sewers would be anticipated and therefore no sanitary
sewer capacity charges would be levied on those lines
or parts used solely for this purpose.
d) Definitions
A commercial unit is defined as a building or structure or part thereof wherein the principal activity is to provide mer- chandise or a service to the public.
An industrial use is defined as any activity where materials
athreen reshcei ived, are altered by one or more internal operations and pped in the altered form.
All buildings and structure of municipal, county and state activities shall be classified as commercial and shall be
charged in the same manner as a commercial structure.
All buildings and structures of churches, schools and other organizations of service to the public shall be classed as commercial unit (s) as previously defined and shall be charged as provided for commercial unit (s).
A family living unit is a self-contained living quarters that consists of a sleeping area, full or partial bath, and kitchen or kitchenette.
A convalescent living unit is a non-self-contained living quarters that consists of an enclosed sleeping area for four or less people and consists of a full or partial bath. It contains no food preparation facility.
A retirement living unit is a non-self-contained living quarters that consists of an enclosed sleeping area for notmore than two people and contains a full or partial bath. It contains no food preparation facility.
V: Controlled and Prohibited Wastes:
a) Regulatory Actions
If wastewaters containing any substance described in Section II of this Ordinance are discharged or proposed to be discharged into the sewer system of the Village or to any sewer system tributory thereto, the superintendent or Village Legal Advisor may take any action necessary to:
1) Prohibit the discharge of such wastewater.
2) Require a discharge to demonstrate that inplant modifications will control, reduce, or eliminate the discharge of such sub- tsrtoanlces in conformity with this Ordinance. This may include con- over the quantities and rates of discharge.
3) Require pretreatment, including storage facilities, or flow equalization necessary to reduce or eliminate the objectionable characteristics or substances so that the discharge will not violate these rules and regulations.
4) Require the person making, causing or allowing the discharge to pay any additional cost or expense incurred by the Village for hsyasntdemlin.g and treating excess loads imposed on the treatment
5) Take such other remedial action as may be deemed to be desirable or necessary to achieve the purpose of this Ordinance.
All industrial wastes discharged to the public sewers by major contributing industries shall as a minimum meet the national pretreatment standards or best practical control
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technology currently available for incompatible pollutants
as published in the latest Federal Regulations, unless the
Village is committed, in its NPDES permit to specified remove a percentage of the incompatible pollutant. In
those instances the applicable pretreatment standards may be correspondingly reduced to levels determined by the
engineer, or his duly authorized representative or State
regulatory agencies.
Special ConditionsN-o- statement contained in this Section
shall be construed as preventing any special agreement
or arrangement between the Village and any industrial concern
whereby an industrial waste of unusual strength or character may be accepted by the Village for treatment, subject
to possible payment therefor by the industrial concern for subsequent treatment. Any industrial concern may appeal
to the Village Council and determination made by the engineer in the enforcement of this Ordinance.
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After passage of this Ordinance, each person whose opera- tions entails the discharge of industrial wastes to a public sewer shall prepare and file with the engineer a written
statement setting forth the nature of the operation contem- plated or presently carried on, the amount and source of water required for use, the proposed point of discharge of said
wastes into the wastewater collection systems of the Village, subject to possible payment therefor by the industrial concern for subsequent treatment, the estimated amount to be so dis- charged and a fair statement setting forth the expected bacterial, physical, chemical, and other known characteristics of said wastes. Within a reasonable time of receipt of such statement, it shall be duty of the Village to make an order stating such minimum restric- tions as in the judgement of the engineer may be necessary to any industrial concern may appeal to the Village Council and deter- mination made by the engineer in the enforcement of this Ordinance adequately guard against unlawful uses of the Village' s wastewater system.
b) Submission of Plans
Where pretreatment or equalization of wastewater flows prior to discharge into any part of the wastewater treatment system is required, plans, specifications, other pertinent data or in- formation, including installation of facilities and equipment re- lating to such pretreatment or flow-control facilities shall be subject to the review and approval of the superintendent. Such approval shall not exempt the discharge or such facilities from compliance with any applicable code, ordinance, rule, regulation
or order of any governmental authority. Any subsequent altera- tions or additions to such pretreatment or flowc-ontrol facili- ties shall not be made without due notice to and prior approval of the superintendent.
Grease and Oil InterceptorsF-o-r grease, oil and inorganic material such as sand, grit, etc.,interceptors shall be pro- vided when in the opinion of the engineer, they are necessary for the proper handling of liquid wastes containing floatable grease in excessive amounts, as specified in paragraph 4 (b), or any flammable wastes, sand, or other harmful ingredients, except that such interceptors shall not be required for private living quarters or dwelling units. All interceptors shall be of a type and capacity approved by the engineer, and shall be located as to be readily and easily accessible for cleaning and inspection. In the maintaining of these interceptors, the poowsnaler (s) shall be responsible for the proper removal and dis- by appropriate means of the captured material and shall maintain records of the dates and means of disposal which are subject to review by the superintendent. Any removal and haul- ing of the collected materials not performed by the owner (s) fpiermrsosn. nel must be performed by currently 1 icensed waste disposal
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c) Pretreatment Facilities Operations
If pretreatment of control of waste flows is required, such
facilities shall be continuously maintained in good working
order and operated as effectively and efficiently as possible
by the owner or operator at his own cost and expense, subject
to the requirements of these rules and regulations and all other
applicable codes, ordinances, and laws.
d) Admission to Property
Whenever it shall be necessary for the purposes of these
rules and regulations, the Superintendent, upon the presentation
of credentials, may enter upon any property or premises at
reasonable times for the purpose of (1) copying any records required
to be kept under the provisions of this Ordinance, (2)
inspecting any monitoring equipment or method, and (3) sampling
any discharge of wastewater to the treatment works. The Superintendent
may enter upon the property at any hour under emergency
circumstances.
e) Protection from Accidental Discharge
Each industrial user shall provide protection from accidental
discharge of prohibited materials or other wastes regulated by
this Ordinance. Facilities to prevent accidental discharge of
prohibited materials shall be provided and maintained at the
owner or operator' s own cost and expense. Detailed plans showing
facilities and operating procedures to provide this protection
shall be submitted to the Superintendent for review, and
shall be approved by him before construction of the facility.
Review and approval of such plans and operating procedures shall
not relieve the industrial user from the responsibility to
modify his facility as necessary to meet the requirements of
this Ordinance.
f) Reporting of Accidental Discharge
If, for any reason, a facility does not comply with or will
be unable to comply with any prohibition or limitations in this
Ordinance, the facility responsible for such discharge shall
immediately notify the Superintendent so that corrective actions
may be taken to protect the treatment system. In addition, a
written report addressed to the Superintendent detailing the
date, time and cause of the accidental discharge, the quantity
and characteristics of the discharge and corrective action taken
to prevent future discharges, shall be filed by the responsible
industrial facility within five (5) days of the occurrence of
the noncomplying discharge.
VI: Industrial Wastewater Monitoring and Reporting
a) Discharge Reports
1) Every significant industrial user shall file a periodic
report at such intervals as are designated by the Superintendent.
The Superintendent may require any other industrial
users discharging or proposing to discharge into the treatment
system to file such periodic reports.
2) The discharge report shall include, but, in the discretion
of the Superintendent, shall not be limited to,
nature of process, volume, rates of flow, mass emission rate,
production quantities, hours of operation, concentrations of
controlled pollutants or other information which relates to
the generation of waste. Such reports may also include the
chemical constituents and quantity of liquid materials stored
on site even though they are not normally discharged. In
addition to discharge reports, the Superintendent may require
information in the form of self-monitoring reports.
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b) Records and Monitoring
1) All industrial users who discharge or propose to discharge
wastewaters to the wastewater treatment system shall
maintain such records of production and related factors,
effluent flows, and pollutant amounts or concentrations as
are necessary to demonstrate compliance with the requirements
of this Ordinance and any applicable State or Federal
pretreatment standards or requirements.
2) Such records shall be made available upon request by the
Superintendent. All such records relating to compliance with
pretreatment standards shall be made available to officials
of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency upon demand. A
summary of such data indicating the industrial user' s compliance
with this Ordinance shall be prepared as requested
and submitted to the Superintendent.
3) The owner or operator of any premises or facility discharging
industrial wastes into the system shall install at
his own cost and expense suitable control manholes or access
points, and monitoring equipment to facilitate the accurate
observation, sampling, and measurement of wastes. Such
equipment shall be maintained in proper working order and kept
safe and accessible at all times. Sampling methods, location,
times, durations, and frequencies are to be determined on an
individual basis subject to approval by the Superintendent.
4) Wastewater Volume DeterminationTh--e volume of flow used
for computing industrial waste surcharges shall be the metered
water consumption of the person except as herein provided
in this paragraph.
If the person discharging industrial wastes into the
public sewers procures any part, or all, of this water from
sources other than a metered, public water system, all or
part of which is discharged into the public sewer, the person shall install and maintain at his expense water meteres of a
type approved by the engineer for the purpose of determining
the volume of water obtained from those other sources.
Access to these meters shall be made available to representatives
of the Village at any reasonable time. The accuracy of
said meters shall be verified at the discharger' s expense on
a once per two year basis at a minimum or at the request of
the Superintendent, by an independent testing company.
The person discharging industrial wastes into the public
sewers may install and maintain at his expense metering
devices for determining the volume of waste being discharged
to the public sewer, from which the industrial waste surcharge
would be computed. The measuring devices shall be of
a type acceptable to the Engineer.
The Engineer may require the installation of devices for
measuring the volume of waste discharged if these volumes
cannot otherwise be determined from the metered water consumption
records. Any metering device for determining the volume
of waste discharged to the public sewer shall be installed,
owned and maintained by the person responsible for its discharge.
Following approval and installation, such meters may
not be removed without the consent of the Engineer.
5) The monitoring equipment shall be located and maintained
on the industrial user' s premises outside of the building.
When such a location would be impractical or cause undue
hardship onthe user, the Superintendent may allow such facility
to be constructed in the public street or sidewalk area, with
the approval of the public agency having jurisdiction over such street or sidewalk, and located so that it will not be
obstructed by public utilities, landscaping or parked vehicles.
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6) Whether constructed on public or private property,
the monitoring facilities shall be constructed in dance with accor- the Superintendent' s requirements and all
applicable construction standards and specifications.
c) Inspection, Sampling and Analysis
1) Compliance DeterminationC-o-mpliance determinations
with respect to Section 2 prohibitions and limitations
may be made on the basis of either instantaneous grab
samples or composite samples of wastewater. Composite
samples may be taken over a 24 hour period, or over a longer or shorter time span, as determined necessary by the Superintendent to meet the needs of specific circum- stances.
Sampling and MonitoringIn--dustrial wastes discharged
into the public sewers shall be subject to periodic in- spection with a determination of character and concentra- tion of said wastes. The determination shall be made as often as may be deemed necessary by the engineer but in
no case less than two (2) 24 hour composite samples per month. The owner shall be responsible for the collection
and testing of the aforementioned samples.
Samples shall be collected in such a manner as to be representative of the compostion of the wastes. The samp- ling shall be accomplished by the use of automatic sampling equipment capable of collecting composite samples. Access to sampling locations shall be granted to the engineer or his authorized representative at all times. Every care shall be exercised in the collection of samples to insure their preservation in a state comparable to that at the time the same was taken.
2) Analysis of Industrial WastewatersLa--boratory analysis of industrial wastewater samples shall be performed in accordance with the current edition of "Standard Methods" or the "Methods for Chemical Analysis of Water and Waste" published by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Analysis of those pollutants not covered by these publica- tions shall be performed in accordance with procedures established by the State Environmental Protection Agency. However, alternative methods for certain analyses of industrial wastes may be used subject to mutual agreement between the engineer and the person responsible for its dis- charge. Determination of the character and concentration of the industrial wastes shall be made by the person responsible for the discharge, or his qualified agent as approved by the engineer. ,The results of the analyses, shall be reported to the Village on a monthly basis on forms provided by the Village. The Village shall make its own analyses on the wastes and these determinations shall be binding as a basis pfoarracghraaprhg.es, except under circumstances in the following
In case the analyses performed by the industry and the Village result in substantially different values, an effort shall be made by the industry to collect samples at the same time the Village collects its own samples. The results of the analyses on the samples collected by the Village and the industry shall be compared using the same testing procedures as outlined in the latest edition of "Standard Methods" and the differences negotiated.
Section VII: Sewer Service Charges
For the purpose of providing for the cost of the management, maintenance, operation and repair of the sewerage system and mseewnat ge pumping, treatment and disposal works, and for the enlarge- strucotior nreplacement of the system and works, and for the con- and re-construction of main ahd interceptor sewers and
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the payment of interest on any debt incurred for the struction thereof, con- there is hereby levied and assessed upon each lot or parcel of land in the Village of Granville on which a building, commercial, industrial, institutional or residential is located, which is connected to the Village of Granville sewer system a sewer service charge as hereinafter
provided. All classes of users shall be levied charges on the same basis as described hereinafter.
The charge for operation, maintenance and replacement (OM &R) shall be calculated on the volume of wastewater discharged
directly or indirectly into the sewer system and shall be
measured by the water used by each sewer user as shown by the
water meter readings. The sewer service charge for residents
of Granville shall consist of a debt service charge of
1.65 per thousand gallons, and a user charge for OM &R of
1. 93 per thousand gallons. A minimum monthly charge of
4.95 shall be paid by all users of the system regardless of actual usage readings, which shall be used for debt service and capital amortization. These rates shall take effect January 1, 1985.
The sewer service charge system will be audited annually by the Village with the charges being adjusted upwards or downwards in order to assure that the system is and will continue to be self sufficient and that sufficient revenue is being generated from each user class in the proper proportions. No free service
shall be provided in this service charge system. Each user will be notified by the Village, at least annually, in conjunction with a regular bill, of the rates for that year and that portion
of the service charges which are attributable to the user charge for operation, maintenance and replacement of the system. In addition, rates will be reviewed and adjusted accordingly to com- pensate users of each class for any overages and underages accumulated during the previous rate period.
The sewer service charge herein assessed shall be in addition to the charge made for water used.
Where a private supply is used, the sewer service charge may be calculated by requiring the property owner to meter the private water supply, such metering to be at the property owner' s expense and such measurement to be used in the same manner as a public water meter in determining the charge. The Village may, at its option, in lieu of such metering, apply a sewer service charge of per month to such premises. Each resident, institution, commercial or industrial establishment shall be subject to a separate sewer charge even though such establish- ment may be served by a sewer connection common to other premises. If it be found by the citizen that the water or waste measured or metered for any customer is greater than that actually being discharged directly or indirectly into the sewage system, the Village may modify and adjust such volume in accordance with the facts and with justice and equity, but not charge less than the minimum shall be made for any customer subject to the sewer charge.
Where a private water supply is used ando/r the user desires to meter his water use or sewage flow, the owner shall incur all expenses related to the installation of said meter. Prior to installation of the meter, the type of equipment installed and its location must be approved by the Village. Prior to placing said meter into use after installation, the Village shall inspect and approve the meter installation. Any modifications required by the Village shall be made at the user' s expense and prior to the meter' s use. The meter shall be located in a suitable location that will accommodate readings by Village personnel. Tampering with the meter by the user to cause inaccurate readings 1s0h.all make the user subject to the penalty provisions of Section
Industrial waste water into the public sewers as determined by this Ordinance shall be subject to surcharges determined
Tuosebres. based on estimated usage for user type and rates for metered
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monthly on the basis of the following formula:
P equals (A) x B.O. D. plus (B) x S. S. where A=$per lb. BODy/r.
and B=$per lb. SS/ yr.
P equals monthly surcharge.
BOD equals pounds of biochemical oxygen demand per month in
excess of (300) mg. 1 concentration in the wastewater.
S. S. equals pounds of suspended solids per month in excess
of (300) mg. 1 concentration.
In the above formula A and B refer to the total expenditures
per pound of BOD and suspended solids, respectively, to collect,
convey and treat the wastewater, which shall be determined
annually by the Village.
Industrial cost recovery will be established, if an industrial
user begins discharging, in accordance with CFR 35. 928 or
latest revisions thereto, if determined applicable.
Section VIII: Applicability of Sewer Rental Charge:
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Where a sewer is available, it will be presumed that the
waste from the premises either will be discharged directly or
indirectly into the sewerage system and the property will be
subject to the current sewer rental charges.
Where premises are not served directly or indirectly by the
sewerage system and should be exempt from the sewer rental
charge, it will be the responsibility of the property owner or
other interested party to notify the Village of said claim for
exemption. All lots, lands, buildings or premises owned by
Granville, Ohio, within the Village shall be subject to the
sewer rental charge as set forth herein.
IX: Lien of Sewer Rental:
The owner of each lot, land or premise connected to the
sanitary or combined sewer system in the Village of Granville,
Ohio, or having such connection available shall, as well as
the lessee of such lot, land or premise, be liable to the
Village of Granville for any charge or rental levied by this
Ordinance. All charges for rentals shall be collected by the
Village of Granville, which Village shall make and enforce such
bylaws, rules and regulations as may be deemed necessary.
X: Enforcement Procedures:
a) Notification of Violation
Whenever the Superintendent finds that any person has
violated or is violating this Ordinance, or any prohibition,
limitation or requirement contained herein, he may serve upon
such person a written notice stating the nature of the violation
and providing a reasonable time, not to exceed thirty (30) days, for the satisfactory correction thereof.
b) Legal Action
Any discharge in violation of the substantive provisions
of this Ordinance or an Order of the Village shall be considered
a public nuisance. If any person discharges sewage, industrial
wastes or other wastes into the Village treatment system contrary
to the substantive provisions of this Ordinance or any Order of the Village, the Village shall commence an action for
appropriate legal and/or equitable relief in the appropriate
Court of this County.
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Any person who is found to have violated an order of
the Village hearing authority or who willfully or neqligently failed to comply with any provision of this
Ordinance, and the orders, rules and reaulations issued
hereunder, shall be fined not less than $500 nor more than
1000 for each offense, but in no case shall the costs be
less than those costs incurred by the Village for reasonable
damages or special expenses including equipment rental,
chemicals, labor, etc.,necessary for the proper operation
and maintenance of all wastewater facilities. Each day which on a violation shall occur or continue shall be deemed a separate and distinct offense. In addition to the penalties
provided herein, the Village may recover reasonable attorneys' fees, court costs, court reporters' fees and any other
expenses of litigation by appropriate suit at law against the
person found to have violated this Ordinance or the orders,
rules and regulations issued hereunder.
Savings Clause:
If any provisions, paragraph, word, section or article
of this Ordinance is invalidated by any court of competent jurisdiction, the remaining provisions, paragraphs, words, sections, and articles shall not be affected and shall con- tinue in full force and effect.
Replacement Ordinance:
The Ordinance shall replace and supersede any other parts of ordinances inconsistent or conflicting with any part of this Ordinance are hereby repealed to the extent of such inconsistency or conflict.
Appeals:
Any user of the Village wastewater treatment system has the right to appeal any or all sections of this Ordinance as prescribed by the Ohio Revised Code. General user concerns regarding the requirements of this Ordinance shall be first presented to the Superintendent, then the Village Manager, and then the Village Council for action. If the concerns, are not satisfied to the user' s liking, further appeal procedures can be followed per the Ohio Revised Code.
XV: This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest date allowed by law.
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I, Catherine M. Miller, Clerk of Council, of the Village of Granville, Ohio, do hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance is a true and exact copy of Ordinance No. 14-84.
Catherine M. Miller, Clerk of Council
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