Village of
New York Mills
Oneida County, NY
 Laws 

PART II GENERAL LEGISLATION Chapter 162, SEWERS, ARTICLE I, Short Title; Statement of Purpose

Body:

162-1.  Short title.

 

This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the "New York Mills Sanitary Sewer Ordinance." 

 

162-2.  Purposes.

 

The purposes of this chapter are specifically stated as follows: 

A.  To prohibit excessive volumes and/or inordinate rates of flow of sewage and wastes into the Village and county trunk sewer systems and all public sewers tributary thereto. 

B.  To prohibit the contribution of sewage, industrial wastes or other wastes of a flammable nature or which create in any way a poisonous or hazardous environment for sewerage maintenance and operation personnel. 

C.  To prohibit the contribution of sewage, industrial wastes or other wastes which may cause maintenance difficulties in the trunk sewers, force mains, pumping stations, sewage regulators and other structures and appurtenances to the Village and county systems and public sewers tributary thereto. 

D.  To prohibit the contribution of sewage, industrial wastes or other wastes which may create operating difficulties at the water pollution control plants as they now exist or may be constructed, modified or improved in the future. 

E.   To prohibit and/or to regulate the contribution of sewage, industrial wastes or other wastes which require for treatment at the plants, greater expenditures than are required for equal volumes of normal sewage. 

F.   To require the treatment, before introduction into the Village and county trunk sewer systems, and public sewers tributary thereto, of such wastes as may otherwise impair the strength and/or durability of the structures appurtenant to the system, by direct or indirect chemical action, or interfere with the normal treatment processes. 

G.  To provide cooperation with the New York State Department of Health and any other agencies which have requirements or jurisdiction for the protection of the physical, chemical and bacteriological quality of watercourses within or bounding the Village. 

H.  To protect the public health and to prevent nuisances. 

I.    To cooperate fully with the County of Oneida in the uniform application of rules and regulations in the use of the county trunk sewer system.