Village of
New York Mills
Oneida County, NY
 Laws 

PART II GENERAL LEGISLATION Chapter 162, SEWERS, ARTICLE VIII, Disposition of Scavenger Wastes

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162-18.  License required.

 

The discharge of scavenger wastes into the Village or county trunk sewer systems and public sewers tributary thereto in the Village will be permitted only with the approval of the County Commissioner and Superintendent. Persons desiring to discharge scavenger wastes into such sewers shall be required to obtain a license from the County Commissioner and a Village license from the Superintendent. Scavenger wastes under this article shall mean suitably conditioned human excrement in a fluid state, and this only, when such material is collected from septic tanks, cesspools or approved type of chemical toilets, and also sewage sludge from small sewage treatment plants all located within the limits of the County of Oneida whose design capacity is less than 25,000 gallons per day. The discharge of such wastes from sources outside of Oneida County is prohibited. 

 

162-19.  Conditions for discharge of scavenger wastes.

 

The discharge of scavenger wastes shall be made only at a location as shall be stated on said licenses or as may be relocated by the County Commissioner and Superintendent. The time and conditions for permissible discharge shall be as set forth on the licenses or as may be revised by the County Commissioner and Superintendent. 

 

162-20.  Regulations relating to licenses. 

 

A.  The applicant for a Village license shall be the owner of the vehicle or vehicles to be used for such discharge. Any false or misleading statement in any application for a license will invalidate the license. All licenses issued by the Superintendent shall be for one year and expire on the same date as the county license. 

B.  All acts performed in connection with the licenses shall be subject to the inspection and regulations as established by the County Commissioner, the terms and conditions of the licenses and all local and general laws, ordinances and regulations which are now or may come into effect and the Village license may be suspended or revoked at any time by the Superintendent for willful, continued or persistent violation thereof.   

 

162-21.  Permits for discharge of scavenger wastes. 

 

A.  Each discharge of scavenger wastes shall be made under individual permits for each load. 

B.  For the discharge of wastes collected within the various county sanitary sewer districts a sewer district permit from the County Commissioner must be used for each dumping. 

C.  For the discharge of wastes collected outside the various county sanitary sewer districts, but at all times from within the boundaries of Oneida County, a non-sewer district permit shall be required from the County Commissioner.