Borough of Mendham, NJ
Morris County
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
[HISTORY: Adopted by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Mendham 11-4-1974 as Ch. 82 of the 1974 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Sewer Department — See Ch. 50.
Streets and sidewalks — See Ch. 190.
Subdivision of land and site plan review — See Ch. 195.
Swimming pools — See Ch. 199.
Zoning — See Ch. 215.
Nuisances — See Ch. 223.
Individual sewage disposal systems — See Ch. 232.
Solid waste — See Ch. 235.
Article I Definitions

§ 168-1 Words and terms defined.

Article II Connections and Building Sewers

§ 168-2 Connection required.

§ 168-3 Pipe connection specifications.

§ 168-4 Connection required as service becomes available.

§ 168-5 Service of notice to connect.

§ 168-6 Permit required.

§ 168-7 Classes of building sewer permits.

§ 168-8 Application for permit required.

§ 168-9 Expiration of permit.

§ 168-10 Backfilling of sewers extended by Borough.

§ 168-11 Backfilling of sewers not extended by Borough.

§ 168-12 Guarding of excavations.

§ 168-13 Inspection by Superintendent.

§ 168-14 Liability of Borough.

§ 168-15 Separate sewers required; exception.

§ 168-16 Old sewers, septic tanks and cesspools.

§ 168-17 Pump or ejector required for certain installations.

§ 168-18 Lamphole specifications.

§ 168-19 Cleanouts and lampholes.

§ 168-20 Connections to existing sewers.

§ 168-21 Street and sidewalk replacement.

§ 168-22 Vented traps required.

§ 168-23 Vertical risers.

§ 168-24 Backflow prevention devices.

§ 168-25 Cost of work to be borne by owner.

§ 168-26 Toilet required.

§ 168-27 Private disposal systems.

§ 168-28 Installation by Borough.

Article III Use of Public Sewers

§ 168-29 Unsanitary deposits prohibited.

§ 168-30 Suitable treatment required.

§ 168-31 Certain disposal facilities prohibited.

§ 168-32 Prohibited water discharges.

§ 168-33 Discharge of unpolluted drainage.

§ 168-34 Prohibited discharges enumerated.

§ 168-35 Additional prohibited discharges.

§ 168-36 Grease, oil and sand interceptors.

§ 168-37 Inspection and maintenance of interceptors.

§ 168-38 Silt basins.

§ 168-39 Action of Superintendent of the Water Reclamation Facility on deleterious discharges.

§ 168-40 Maintenance of preliminary treatment facilities.

§ 168-41 Installation of manholes.

§ 168-42 Analysis of wastes.

§ 168-43 Maintenance of building sewer.

§ 168-44 Acceptance of prohibited industrial wastes.

Article IV Limitations on Sewer Connections

§ 168-45 Findings and purpose.

§ 168-46 Extension of system prohibited; exceptions.

§ 168-47 Limitations on connections to systems.

§ 168-47.1 Reservation of allocated sewage capacity.

§ 168-48 Proof of soil impermeability required.

§ 168-49 Water-saving devices required.

Article V Fees and Charges

§ 168-50 Annual service charge.

§ 168-51 Water charge for residential users.

§ 168-52 Water charge for commercial and industrial users.

§ 168-53 Billing and payment of annual service charge and water charge.

§ 168-54 System-connection charges.

§ 168-55 Annual use rate for users not serviced by Borough system.

§ 168-56 Payment of fees; billing quarter.

Article VI Enforcement, Penalties and Appeals

§ 168-57 Violations and penalties.

§ 168-58 Turning off of water.

§ 168-59 Appeals.

§ 168-60 Powers and authority of inspectors.

Article VII Sanitary Sewer Connection Inspection

§ 168-61 Inspection required.

Article VIII Illicit Connections

§ 168-62 Purpose.

§ 168-63 Definitions.

§ 168-64 Prohibited conduct.

§ 168-65 Enforcement.

§ 168-66 Violations and penalties.

Article IX Application of Fertilizers

§ 168-67 Purpose; applicability.

§ 168-68 Basis and background.

§ 168-69 Definitions.

§ 168-70 Prohibited conduct.

§ 168-71 Phosphorus fertilizer application.

§ 168-72 Enforcement.

§ 168-73 Violations and penalties.