Village of Canton, NY
St. Lawrence County
[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Canton 7-20-1992 by L.L. No. 4-1992. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES

Sewer rates — See Ch. 257.

Water — See Ch. 318.

ARTICLE I
Short Title and Purpose (§ 259-1 — § 259-4) 

ARTICLE II
Definitions (§ 259-5 — § 259-7) 

ARTICLE III
Use of Public Sewers Required (§ 259-8 — § 259-18) 

ARTICLE IV
Private Wastewater Disposal (§ 259-19 — § 259-27) 

ARTICLE V
New Sewers or Sewer Extensions (§ 259-28 — § 259-44) 

ARTICLE VI
Building Laterals, Street Laterals, Connections and Fees (§ 259-45 — § 259-71) 

ARTICLE VII
Inflow (§ 259-72 — § 259-76) 

ARTICLE VIII
Trucked or Hauled Waste (§ 259-77 — § 259-80) 

ARTICLE IX
Discharge Restrictions (§ 259-81 — § 259-87) 

ARTICLE X
Discharge Permits and Pretreatment Requirements (§ 259-88 — § 259-115) 

ARTICLE XI
Enforcement and Penalties (§ 259-116 — § 259-136) 

ARTICLE XII
Charges (§ 259-137 — § 259-150) 

ARTICLE XIII
Public Disclosure of POTW Operations (§ 259-151 — § 259-153) 

ARTICLE XIV
When Effective (§ 259-154) 

259a Appendix A
Article I Short Title and Purpose

§ 259-1 Short title.

§ 259-2 General purpose.

§ 259-3 Specific purposes.

§ 259-4 Repealer.

Article II Definitions

§ 259-5 Defined terms; word usage.

§ 259-6 Abbreviations.

§ 259-7 Undefined terms.

Article III Use of Public Sewers Required

§ 259-8 Waste disposal unlawful.

§ 259-9 Connecting private sewage system to storm sewer unlawful.

§ 259-10 Discharge of sewage into well prohibited.

§ 259-11 Wastewater discharge unlawful.

§ 259-12 Building permit allowed only when approved wastewater disposal available.

§ 259-13 Private wastewater disposal unlawful.

§ 259-14 Connection to public sewer required.

§ 259-15 Limitation on use of public sewers.

§ 259-16 Wastewater from outside POTW service area; intermunicipal agreements.

§ 259-17 Moratorium.

§ 259-18 Basis of sewer use requirement.

Article IV Private Wastewater Disposal

§ 259-19 Public sewer unavailable; private wastewater disposal required.

§ 259-20 Connection of two buildings to the same septic tank prohibited.

§ 259-21 Construction permit application.

§ 259-22 Construction permit.

§ 259-23 Preventing nuisances; rehabilitation required.

§ 259-24 Sanitary operation required.

§ 259-25 Septage removal.

§ 259-26 Direct connection to new public sewers required.

§ 259-27 Additional requirements.

Article V New Sewers or Sewer Extensions

§ 259-28 Proper design.

§ 259-29 New sewers subject to approval, fees, inspection, testing and reporting.

§ 259-30 Plans, specifications and pipe test results required.

§ 259-31 Sewer pipe.

§ 259-32 Safety and load factors.

§ 259-33 Manholes and manhole installation.

§ 259-34 Infiltration and exfiltration testing.

§ 259-35 Test section.

§ 259-36 Test period.

§ 259-37 Pipe lamping.

§ 259-38 Deflection testing.

§ 259-39 Low-pressure air testing alternative.

§ 259-40 Vacuum testing alternative.

§ 259-41 Force mains.

§ 259-42 Force main testing.

§ 259-43 Final acceptance and surety.

§ 259-44 Liability insurance coverage during construction period.

Article VI Building Laterals, Street Laterals, Connections and Fees

§ 259-45 Permit required for sewer connections.

§ 259-46 Inflow and infiltration prohibited.

§ 259-47 Sewer lateral permits.

§ 259-48 New building laterals.

§ 259-49 Laterals serving several buildings.

§ 259-50 Laterals serving complexes.

§ 259-51 Dry sewers.

§ 259-52 Use of existing building laterals.

§ 259-53 Lateral pipe materials.

§ 259-54 Street lateral to public sewer connection.

§ 259-55 Future connection locations; as-built drawings.

§ 259-56 Special manhole requirements.

§ 259-57 Laterals at and near buildings.

§ 259-58 Sewage lifting.

§ 259-59 Lateral pipe installation.

§ 259-60 Watertight joints.

§ 259-61 Cast-iron push joints.

§ 259-62 PVC push joints.

§ 259-63 Building lateral and street lateral connection.

§ 259-64 Building lateral repair and replacement.

§ 259-65 Street lateral replacement; ownership.

§ 259-66 Testing of lateral.

§ 259-67 Connection inspection.

§ 259-68 Trench inspections.

§ 259-69 Public safety provisions required; restoration of disturbed areas.

§ 259-70 Interior cleanout.

§ 259-71 Costs borne by owner.

Article VII Inflow

§ 259-72 New inflow sources prohibited.

§ 259-73 Existing inflow sources disconnected prior to sale of property.

§ 259-74 Inspection of sold property for existing inflow sources.

§ 259-75 Reconnection of inflow source prohibited.

§ 259-76 Charges for inflow.

Article VIII Trucked or Hauled Waste

§ 259-77 Licenses and application.

§ 259-78 Grounds for revocation of license.

§ 259-79 Dumping location and timing.

§ 259-80 Notification of dumping.

Article IX Discharge Restrictions

§ 259-81 Pretreatment standards.

§ 259-82 Prohibited discharges.

§ 259-83 Concentration-based limitations.

§ 259-84 Mass-discharge-based limitations.

§ 259-85 Modification of limitations.

§ 259-86 Dilution.

§ 259-87 Grease, oil and sand interceptors.

Article X Discharge Permits and Pretreatment Requirements

§ 259-88 Wastewater discharge reports.

§ 259-89 Notification to industrial users.

§ 259-90 Wastewater discharges.

§ 259-91 Wastewater discharge permits required for significant industrial users.

§ 259-92 Other industrial users.

§ 259-93 Discharge permits to storm sewers not authorized.

§ 259-94 Application for wastewater discharge permits.

§ 259-95 Permit modifications.

§ 259-96 Permit conditions.

§ 259-97 Permit duration.

§ 259-98 Permit reissuance.

§ 259-99 Permit transfer.

§ 259-100 Permit revocation.

§ 259-101 Public notification.

§ 259-102 Reporting requirements for permittee.

§ 259-103 Flow equalization.

§ 259-104 Monitoring stations and control manholes.

§ 259-105 Proper design and maintenance of facilities and monitoring stations.

§ 259-106 Vandalism; tampering with measuring devices.

§ 259-107 Sampling and analysis.

§ 259-108 Accidental discharges; SPCC plan.

§ 259-109 Posting notices.

§ 259-110 Sample splitting.

§ 259-111 Access to information.

§ 259-112 Access to property.

§ 259-113 Access to easements.

§ 259-114 Liability of property owner.

§ 259-115 Special agreements.

Article XI Enforcement and Penalties

§ 259-116 Enforcement response plan.

§ 259-117 Notification of violation.

§ 259-118 Consent orders.

§ 259-119 Administrative or compliance orders.

§ 259-120 Administrative fines.

§ 259-121 Cease and desist orders.

§ 259-122 Termination of permit.

§ 259-123 Water supply severance.

§ 259-124 Show cause hearing.

§ 259-125 Failure of user to petition the Superintendent.

§ 259-126 Form of notice.

§ 259-127 Right to choose multiple remedies.

§ 259-128 Civil penalties for offenses.

§ 259-129 Court orders.

§ 259-130 Criminal penalties for offenses.

§ 259-131 Additional injunctive relief.

§ 259-132 Summary abatement; emergency conditions.

§ 259-133 Delinquent payments.

§ 259-134 Performance bonds.

§ 259-135 Liability insurance.

§ 259-136 Public notification.

Article XII Charges

§ 259-137 Connection charges and normal sewage service charges.

§ 259-138 Surcharge for abnormal sewage.

§ 259-139 Total sewer service charge.

§ 259-140 Segmenting the POTW.

§ 259-141 Measurement of flow.

§ 259-142 Billing period.

§ 259-143 Pretreatment program costs.

§ 259-144 Charges for trucked and hauled wastes and leachate.

§ 259-145 Capital recovery.

§ 259-146 Collection of charges.

§ 259-147 Fiscal year for system.

§ 259-148 Impact fees.

§ 259-149 Use of revenues.

§ 259-150 Records and accounts.

Article XIII Public Disclosure of POTW Operations

§ 259-151 POTW operations open to the public.

§ 259-152 Procedural requirements available.

§ 259-153 Validity through public inspection.

Article XIV When Effective

§ 259-154 When effective.