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Code of practice for the control of trade effluent draining to public sewers

Yorkshire Water Authority.

Code of practice for the control of trade effluent draining to public sewers

by Yorkshire Water Authority.

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Published by [The Authority] in [Leeds] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England,
  • Yorkshire.
    • Subjects:
    • Refuse and refuse disposal -- Law and legislation -- England -- Yorkshire.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementYorkshire Water Authority.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKD8850.Y672 H38
      The Physical Object
      Pagination47 p. :
      Number of Pages47
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4614385M
      ISBN 100905057031
      LC Control Number77378371
      OCLC/WorldCa3750101

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Code of practice for the control of trade effluent draining to public sewers by Yorkshire Water Authority. Download PDF EPUB FB2

CODE OF PRACTICE ON SEWERAGE AND SANITARY WORKS PUB would like to thank the following Professional Bodies, Trade Associations and members of the Inter-Agencies Coordinating Committee (IACC) for their constructive feedback and comments on the Code of Practice on Code of practice for the control of trade effluent draining to public sewers book and Sanitary Works (2nd Edition):File Size: 1MB.

This Code of Practice explains in detail YW Wholesale trade effluent control and charging policy. This Code of Practice will be compliant with the following: Wholesale-Retail Code Part G: Trade Effluent. Code of Practice on Sanitary Plumbing and Drainage System (Ceased publication since Mar ) “sewage” includes water-borne domestic waste and trade effluent; This internal sanitary plumbing and drainage system shall be connected to public sewers by an internal drain-line maintained by the owner or occupier of the development.

The trade effluent discharged into a public sewer must not include rainwater, storm water, ground water or other form of street drainage, subsurface draina ge, roof drainage or yard drainage. The trade effluent shall be analysed in accordance with the latest edition of 'StandardFile Size: 15KB.

Trade effluent discharges to public sewers in England and Wales are controlled by two policy instruments, a charge and a standard.

The charge is probably the nearest thing to a pollution tax currently existing in the United Kingdom. The basis of Code of practice for the control of trade effluent draining to public sewers book charge is explained and the impact of these controls on dischargers by: 5.

Greater Dublin Regional Code of Practice V 5 2. GENERAL GUIDELINES Anyone seeking information on drainage issues in their area should contact the relevant environmental/drainage department of their local authority.

The contact details are given below: Access to public sewers is permissible only by prior arrangement with the relevant. United Utilities: Trade effluent information leaflet Information for traders.

In the latter part of the 19th century a. number of Acts of Parliament have been implemented to control trade effluent. The provisions related to trade effluent discharge to the public sewer network are now contained in the Water Industry Act The depth of the incoming wastewater drainpipe from the building will influence the depth and position of the treatment plant.

The final discharge point of the treated wastewater may also influence the depth of the plant. The discharge point for the final treated effluent needs to be convenient and Size: KB. Discharge of effluent water from cooling towers shall be into the public sewers in accordance to the Sewerage and Drainage Act Cap.

Approval for connection to sewers shall be obtained from the Central Building Plan Unit, Pollution Control Department, Ministry of the Environment. sewage effluent. It is an offence to cause or knowingly permit an entry or discharge to inland freshwaters, coastal waters or relevant territorial waters of any poisonous, noxious or polluting matter; waste matter; trade effluent or sewage effluent except under and to the extent authorised by an environmental Size: KB.

trade effluent containing dangerous or hazardous substance Discharge of sewage, etc. Restrictions on use of public sewerage system Damage caused to public sewer, etc. PART IV DRAINAGE Board may construct storm water drainage systems Vesting of private drains in Government Storm water drainage system not to be constructed or altered.

Allowable Limits for Trade Effluent Discharge to Watercourse or Controlled Watercourse Discharge of trade effluent Under the Environmental Protection and Management (Trade Effluent) regulations, no trade effluent can be discharged into a watercourse, or on land, without written permission.

Effluent waste water/discharge Sewerage Pollution control Geographical area Asia, Small Island Developing States, South-Eastern Asia Abstract. These Regulations regulate the discharge of trade effluent into sewers. Full text English Website References - Legislation Implements Sewerage and Drainage Act 10 of (Chapter ).

Repair public sewers. NOTE: Responsibility for clearing blockages or repairing defects in a private shared drain is a matter to be resolved by the residents that are served by it, please click here for further information.

Issue licences for trade effluent and sewage effluent discharges to sewers and waters. An Act to provide for and regulate the construction, maintenance, improvement, operation and use of sewerage and land drainage systems, to regulate the discharge of sewage and trade effluent and for matters connected therewith.

Trade effluent is any liquid waste (effluent) discharged into our sewers from a business or industrial process. This includes any waste water derived from a production process or from washing down or cooling activities including wastes from public funded activities such as municipal landfills.

Our core customer information document acts as our operating manual – it details what you can expect from us and what we’ll do to make amends if we fail to meet any of these service standards. Some of our standards include: if we need to interrupt your water supply for planned work, we’ll tell you when it’s going off and when it’ll be.

Water Treatment Resources > Wastewater Treated Effluent Discharge Standards in Different Countries. Singapore Effluent Discharge Standards; According to Singapore's Environmental Law, CODE OF PRACTICE ON POLLUTION CONTROL, APPENDIX 9, the Singapore ALLOWABLE LIMITS FOR TRADE EFFLUENT DISCHARGED.

Connections between public sewers. Determination of disputes with respect to cross boundary sewers. New connections with public sewers. Provisions protecting sewerage system.

Restrictions on use of public sewers. Requirement that proposed drain or sewer be constructed so as to form part of general system. reduce the amount of effluent draining to the foul sewer. Contaminated water and trade effluent consents All contaminated water, used for cleaning, from washbasins and from compressors should be disposed of to the foul sewer.

Avoid any possibility of them being connected to roof water downpipes or disposed of to surface water drains. SeeFile Size: KB. CODE OF PRACTICE FOR SMALL ON-SITE SEWAGE AND SULLAGE TREATMENT SYSTEMS AND THE DISPOSAL Pdf REUSE OF SEWAGE EFFLUENT REFERRED TO IN THE PUBLIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH REGULATIONS AS CODE OF PRACTICE FOR ON-SITE WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT xsepcop Document Control Version No.

Author(s) Endorsed Date 1 X Schobben M .B of the Public Health Code, the Technical Standards and the engineering practices described in this manual are intended for the treatment and disposal of domestic sewage only.

Domestic sewage consists of wastes incidental to the occupancy of a residence or small commercialFile Size: KB.Overview. You must get a trade ebook consent or enter into a trade effluent agreement with your water and sewerage company before you discharge trade effluent or ‘liquid waste’ to a public.