City of Richmond, MO
Ray County
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Cross References — As to rates and charges, ch. 700 art. II; as to combined waterworks and sewerage system, §700.010.
Article I In General

Section 710.010 Definitions.

Section 710.020 Unlawful Deposits of Waste Generally.

Section 710.030 Unlawful Discharge of Waters Into Natural Outlets — Exceptions.

Section 710.040 Unlawful to Construct or Maintain Privies, Septic Tanks, Etc. — Exceptions.

Section 710.050 Installation of Toilet Facilities and Connection to Public Sewer — When Required.

Section 710.060 Damaging, Destroying, Tampering With, Etc., Sewage Works Prohibited — Penalty for Violation.

Article II Private Sewage Disposal Facilities

Section 710.070 Connection to Private Sewage Disposal Facilities — When.

Section 710.080 Permit Required — Application Form and Fee.

Section 710.090 When Permit Effective — Inspection by Director.

Section 710.100 Type, Capacities, Location, Lot, Etc., Requirements.

Section 710.110 Connection to Public Sewer — Septic Tanks, Etc., to Be Filled.

Section 710.120 Owner to Operate at No Expense to City.

Section 710.130 Additional Requirements by Missouri Department of Natural Resources.

Section 710.140 Availability of Public Sewer — Time Limit to Connect Thereto and to Fill Private System.

Article III Connections

Section 710.150 Permit Required for Connection to or Opening, Use, Etc., of Public Sewer.

Section 710.160 System Connection Charge.

Section 710.170 Cost of Installation and Connection to Be Borne by Owner — Indemnification of City.

Section 710.180 Separate Building Sewer Required for Each Building — Exceptions.

Section 710.190 Use of Old Building Sewers.

Section 710.200 Building Sewer — Construction Requirements Generally.

Section 710.210 Building Sewer — Elevation.

Section 710.220 Discharge of Surface Runoff or Ground Water Into Building Sewer Connected to Public Sewer Prohibited.

Section 710.230 Connection Requirements Generally — Exceptions.

Section 710.240 Inspection.

Section 710.250 Excavations.

Article IV Use of Sewers

Section 710.260 Stormwater, Surface Water, Etc. — Discharge Into Sanitary Sewer Prohibited.

Section 710.270 Stormwater, Surface Water, Etc. — Discharge Into Approved Sewers or Outlets.

Section 710.280 Public Sewers — Prohibited Discharges Generally.

Section 710.290 Public Sewers — Prohibited Hazardous Discharges.

Section 710.300 Public Sewers — Prohibited Hazardous Discharges — Action by Director.

Section 710.310 Grease, Oil and Sand Interceptors.

Section 710.320 Maintenance of Preliminary Treatment or Flow-Equalizing Facilities.

Section 710.330 Control Manhole and/or Meters, Etc. — When Required.

Section 710.340 Measurement, Test and Analysis Standards.

Section 710.350 Special Agreements Between City and Industrial Concerns.

Section 710.355 Private Sector Infiltration and Inflow Sources — Prohibited — When.

Article V Administration and Enforcement

Section 710.360 Right of Entry for Purposes of Inspection, Observation, Sampling, Etc., Generally — Limited Inquiries.

Section 710.370 Observation of Safety Rules of Premises — Indemnification of Companies.

Section 710.380 Right of Entry Onto Easements.

Section 710.390 Written Notice of Violation — Cessation of Violations.

Section 710.395 Abandoned Sewer Connections.

Section 710.396 Abandoned Sewer Capping Method.

Section 710.400 Penalty for Continuing Violations.

Section 710.410 Additional Expenses Occasioned by Violation.

Section 710.420 through Section 710.490. (Reserved)

Article VI Sewer Main Extensions

Section 710.500 Application.

Section 710.510 Specifications.

Section 710.520 Testing.

Section 710.530 Minimum Pipe Size.

Section 710.540 Prohibited Extensions.

Section 710.550 Costs-Borne By Applicant.