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CITY OF SHEBOYGAN FALLS Chapter 13____________________________________________________________________________(g) Metering of Waste -Devices for measuring the volume of waste discharged may be required by theMunicipal Approving Authority if this volume cannot otherwise be determined from themetered water consumption records. Metering devices for determining the volume ofwaste shall be installed, owned and maintained by the person. Following approvaland installation, such meters may not be removed without the consent of the MunicipalApproving Authority.(h) Waste Sampling -1. Industrial wastes discharged into the public sewers shall be subject to periodicinspection and a determination of character and concentration of such wastes.The determination shall be made by the industry as often as may be deemednecessary by the Municipal Approving Authority.2. Samples shall be collected in such a manner as to be representative of thecomposition of the wastes. The sampling may be accomplished either manuallyor by the use of mechanical equipment acceptable to the Municipal ApprovingAuthority.3. Installation, operation and maintenance of the sampling facilities shall be theresponsibility of the person discharging the waste and shall be subject to theapproval of the Municipal Approving Authority. Access to sampling locationsshall be granted to the Municipal Approving Authority or its duly authorizedrepresentative at all times. Every care shall be exercised in the collection ofsamples to ensure their preservation in a state comparable to that at the time thesample was taken.(i) Pretreatment -Where required, in the opinion of the Municipal Approving Authority, to modify oreliminate wastes that are harmful to the structures, processes or operation of thewastewater treatment works, the person shall provide at his expense such preliminarytreatment or processing facilities as may be determined necessary to render hiswastes acceptable for admission to the sanitary sewers.(j) Grease and Sand Interceptors -Grease, oil and sand interceptors shall be provided when, in the opinion of theMunicipal Approving Authority, they are necessary for the proper handling of liquidwastes containing floatable grease in excessive amounts, as specified in (2)(c)6.c., orany flammable wastes, sand or other harmful ingredients; except that suchinterceptors shall not be required for private living quarters or dwelling units. Allinterceptors shall be of a type and capacity approved by the Municipal ApprovingAuthority and shall be located as to be readily and easily accessible for cleaning andinspection. In maintaining these interceptors, the owner shall be responsible for theproperty removal and disposal by appropriate means of the captured material andshall maintain records of the dates and means of the captured material and shallmaintain records of the dates and means of disposal which are subject to review bythe Municipal Approving Authority. Disposal of the collected materials performed byowner's personnel or currently licensed waste disposal firms shall be in accordancewith currently acceptable Department of Natural Resources (DNR) practice.13-14

CITY OF SHEBOYGAN FALLS Chapter 13____________________________________________________________________________(k) Analyses -1. All measurements, tests and analyses of the characteristics of waters and wastesto which reference is made in this section shall be determined in accordance withthe latest edition of "Standard Methods for the Examination of Water andWastewater," published by the American Public Health Association, and with theFederal Regulations 40 CFR 136, "Guidelines Establishing Test Procedures forAnalysis of Pollutants." Sampling methods, location, time duration andfrequencies shall be determined on an individual basis subject to approval by theMunicipal Approving Authority.2. Determination of the character and concentration of the industrial wastes shall bemade by the person discharging them or his agent, as designated and requiredby the Municipal Approving Authority. The Municipal Approving Authority mayalso make its own analyses on the wastes and these determinations shall bebinding as a basis for user charges and/or industrial cost recovery charges.(l) Submission of Information -Plans, specifications and any other pertinent information relating to proposed flowequalization, pretreatment or processing facilities shall be submitted for review of theMunicipal Approving Authority prior to the start of their construction if the effluent fromsuch facilities is to be discharged into the public sewers.(4) Basis for Sewer Service Charges to Town Sewer Users -- 2(a) Basis for Sewer Service Charge -The Municipality will assess the Town' sewer users for wastewater collection andtreatment.(b) Residential Sewer Users -Any person with single-family residences or multiple-family residences dischargingwastewater into the Town sanitary sewer system shall be charged for wastewatercollection and treatment services on the basis of equivalent house units (EHU) inCategory A [Section 13.03(50(a)]. EHU is defined as the discharge of normaldomestic strength wastewater equivalent in volume to the wastewater discharged byan average family living unit (for example, a building containing four apartments wouldhave four EHU's).(c) Public, Commercial and Industrial Sewer Users -Those public, commercial, and industrial sewer users that discharge no greater than5,000 gallons per day of normal domestic strength wastewater shall be charged forwastewater collection and treatment services on the basis of equivalent house units inCategory A. The number of equivalent house units for each of these users would beestablished and amended by Town resolution.2 Revised by Ordinance No. 14-1980-81, Adopted October 6, 1980.13-15

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