City of Middletown, NY
Orange County
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Table of Contents
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Common Council of the City of Middletown 5-19-2015 by L.L. No. 3-2015.[1] Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Building construction — See Ch. 193.
Flood damage prevention — See Ch. 270.
Street excavations — See Ch. 416, Art. VIII.
Subdivision of land — See Ch. 420.
Water — See Ch. 466.
Plumbers and plumbing standards — See Ch. A500.
Industrial Pretreatment Program
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Editor's Note: This ordinance also repealed former Ch. 389, Sewers, adopted 1-12-1953 (Art. VII) and 6-8-1953 (Arts. I to VI) (Ch. 89 of the 1971 Code), as amended.
Article I Words and Terms Defined

§ 389-1 Abbreviations and definitions.

Article II Use of Public Sewers Required

§ 389-2 Deposit of objectionable waste prohibited.

§ 389-3 Discharge of polluted waters to natural outlet.

§ 389-4 Privy vaults, septic tanks, cesspools prohibited; exception.

§ 389-5 Toilet facilities.

Article III Private Sewage Disposal

§ 389-6 Where permitted.

§ 389-7 Permit required; application.

§ 389-8 Inspections during construction.

§ 389-9 Types, capacities, location and layout.

§ 389-10 Direct connection with public sewer.

§ 389-11 Maintenance of private system.

§ 389-12 Additional requirements not precluded.

Article IV Building Sewers and Connections

§ 389-13 Permit required.

§ 389-14 Building sewer permits: classes; application; fee.

§ 389-15 Installation costs and expenses.

§ 389-16 Separate sewer required for each building; exception.

§ 389-17 Old building sewers used with new buildings.

§ 389-18 Materials.

§ 389-19 Size and slope.

§ 389-20 Elevation of connection; direction.

§ 389-21 Gravity flow preferred.

§ 389-22 Excavations.

§ 389-23 Joints and connections.

§ 389-24 Connection specifications.

§ 389-25 Inspection notice.

§ 389-26 Excavations: safety devices; restoration.

Article V General Sewer Use Requirements

§ 389-27 Prohibited discharge to sanitary sewers.

§ 389-28 Disposition of unpolluted waters.

§ 389-29 National Categorical Pretreatment Standards.

§ 389-30 Local discharge limits.

§ 389-31 Grease, oil and sand interceptors.

§ 389-32 Dilution.

§ 389-33 Waters and wastes subject to approval; preliminary treatment facilities.

§ 389-34 Control manholes.

§ 389-35 Measurements, tests and analyses; accidental discharges.

§ 389-36 Special agreements not precluded.

Article VI General Provisions

§ 389-37 Damage to sewage works; violators subject to arrest.

§ 389-38 Powers and authority of inspectors.

§ 389-39 Administrative enforcement; emergencies.

§ 389-40 Defense to discharge violations.

§ 389-41 Judicial enforcement and remedies.

§ 389-42 Violator liable to City.

§ 389-43 Repealer.

Article VII Out-of-City Users: Rates and Charges

§ 389-44 Regulation of waste received from other jurisdictions.

§ 389-45 Quarterly assessment and minimum charge.

§ 389-46 Connection charges.

§ 389-47 City Treasurer to bill users.

Article VIII Discharge Permits; Pretreatment Requirements

§ 389-48 Wastewater analysis.

§ 389-49 Pretreatment of wastewater.

§ 389-50 Individual wastewater discharge permit.

§ 389-51 Reporting requirements.

§ 389-52 Information available to general public; confidential information.

§ 389-53 Miscellaneous pretreatment requirements.

Article IX Wastewater User Charges

§ 389-54 Purpose.

§ 389-55 Determining total costs.

§ 389-56 Rate and billing.

§ 389-57 Review of user's rates.

§ 389-58 Notification of rates.

§ 389-59 Prohibited wastes.

§ 389-60 Toxic pollutants.

§ 389-61 Inconsistent agreements.

§ 389-62 Severability.