Section 4.2.8.
Discharge of domestic waste water in a municipality for which the municipal zoning plan has been finalised


Subsection 4.2.8.1.
Discharge of domestic waste water in the outlying area to be individually or collectively optimised


Article 4.2.8.1.1. Translation not available

Article 4.2.8.1.2. Whenever the public road does not have a public sewage system, and, moreover, it does not appear possible to discharge waste water into a neighbouring watercourse in accordance with the laws and regulations, it is permissible to discharge domestic waste water into a man-made drainage channel pursuant to Article 4.2.1.3, under the same conditions as those in Article 4.2.8.1.1.

Subsection 4.2.8.2.
Discharge of domestic waste water in the central area or the collectively optimised outlying area


Article 4.2.8.2.1.

§ 1.

In a municipality for which the municipal zoning plan has been finalised, the discharge of domestic waste water in the central area or the collectively optimised outlying area is permissible under the following general conditions:

 

the discharged waste water may not contain textile fibres, or plastic packaging materials, or solid domestic waste materials of an organic or inorganic nature.

the discharged water may not contain:

a)

mineral oils, inflammable substances or volatile solvents;

b)

other substances extractable with petroleum ether, with a value in excess of 0.5 g/l;

c)

other substances likely to make the sewer water toxic or dangerous.

 

§ 2.

In the central area or the collectively optimised outlying area, it is preferable for domestic waste water to be discharged directly into the public sewage system. Wherever dictated by the drainage situation or the nature of the treatment technology, the local authority can impose the requirement that waste water be passed through an individual pre-treatment installation before discharge into the public sewage system.

 

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Article 4.2.8.2.2.

In the case of discharge of domestic waste water from a temporary sanitary installation erected in the open air at a publicly accessible establishment, the express written permission of the operator of the sewage treatment plant must be obtained.

 

Additional conditions may be imposed in the record of the notice depending on the optimal functioning of the downstream sewage system, including overflows, and the sewage treatment plant.


Subsection 4.2.8.3.
Operation and maintenance of individual pre-treatment installations


Article 4.2.8.3.1.

The working and the maintenance of individual pre-treatment installations must comply with the following general provisions:

it is forbidden to discharge septic material into the public sewage system or into waste water catchments.

septic material must be transported to a public water treatment installation.

The public water treatment installation can reject (part of) the delivered load, which must be taken to a licensed processor.


Subsection 4.2.8.4.
Transitional regulations


Article 4.2.8.4.1. [...]