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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