Borough of Ephrata, PA
Lancaster County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Borough Council of the Borough of Ephrata as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Municipal authorities — See Ch. 11.
Plumbing — See Ch. 233.
Water — See Ch. 311.
Article I Sewer Connections Under Certain Conditions

§ 259-1 Responsibility of property owner.

§ 259-2 Responsibility of Borough.

§ 259-3 Collection and use of sewer connection charges.

§ 259-4 Violations and penalties.

Article II Sewer Connections and Rates

§ 259-5 Sewer connection required.

§ 259-6 Unimproved properties.

§ 259-7 Sewer rents.

§ 259-8 Use of water other than Borough water.

§ 259-9 Sewer rents billed with water bills.

§ 259-10 Penalty for unpaid bills or insufficient funds.

§ 259-11 Fees.

§ 259-12 Discontinuance of service; lien.

Article III Entrance to Sewer System

§ 259-13 Terms for providing service beyond Borough limits; sewer rents.

§ 259-14 Entrance to commercial and industrial tracts of subdivisions.

§ 259-15 Effect of future action by a township receiving service by agreement.

Article IV Holding Tanks

§ 259-16 Purpose.

§ 259-17 Definitions.

§ 259-18 Holding tank permit required; regulations.

§ 259-19 Compliance with other regulations.

§ 259-20 Authority of Borough Manager.

§ 259-21 Duties of owner.

§ 259-22 Tank truck hauler.

§ 259-23 Violations and penalties.

§ 259-24 Abatement of nuisances; costs.

Article V On-Lot Sewage Systems

§ 259-25 Purpose.

§ 259-26 Definitions.

§ 259-27 Conditions for permit approval.

§ 259-28 Compliance with other regulations.

§ 259-29 Authority of Borough Manager.

§ 259-30 Violations and penalties.

§ 259-31 Abatement of nuisances; costs.

Article VI Connection to and Use of Sewer System

§ 259-32 Definitions.

§ 259-33 Approval required to use facilities; sanitary sewer capacity fee.

§ 259-33.1 Sewer capacity not transferable.

§ 259-34 Sanitary sewer connection fee.

§ 259-34.1 Approval of IMG resolutions.

§ 259-34.2 Imposition of regional component for tapping fees.

§ 259-34.3 Uniform user reservation program.

§ 259-34.4 Authority; repealer; effective date.

§ 259-35 Sanitary sewer services outside Borough limits.

§ 259-36 Enforcement; discontinuance of service; lien.

Article VII Industrial Waste Pretreatment

§ 259-37 Purpose; Policy; Applicability.

§ 259-38 Definitions; word usage.

§ 259-39 General Prohibitions.

§ 259-40 National Categorical Pretreatment Standards.

§ 259-41 Local limits.

§ 259-42 Pretreatment requirements.

§ 259-43 Accidental Discharge/Slug Load Control Plans.

§ 259-44 Miscellaneous Regulations.

§ 259-45 Industrial Waste Discharge Permit.

§ 259-46 General Reporting Requirements for Permittee.

§ 259-47 Sampling, Flow Measurement, Testing and Inspection.

§ 259-48 Pretreatment Charges and Fees.

§ 259-49 Surcharges.

§ 259-50 Collection.

§ 259-51 Baseline Monitoring Reports.

§ 259-52 Compliance Schedule Progress Reports.

§ 259-53 Reports on Compliance with Categorical Pretreatment Standard Deadline.

§ 259-54 Periodic Compliance Reports.

§ 259-55 Reports of Changed Conditions.

§ 259-56 Reports of Potential Problems.

§ 259-57 Reports from Unpermitted Users.

§ 259-58 Notice of Violation/Repeat Sampling and Reporting.

§ 259-59 Analytical Requirements.

§ 259-60 Sample Collection.

§ 259-61 Timing.

§ 259-62 Recordkeeping.

§ 259-63 Right of Entry; Inspection and Sampling.

§ 259-64 Search Warrants.

§ 259-65 Confidential Information.

§ 259-66 Publication of Users in Significant Noncompliance.

§ 259-67 Administrative Enforcement Remedies.

§ 259-68 Judicial Enforcement Remedies.

§ 259-69 Coordination with Wastewater Collection System Owner.

§ 259-70 Notice Provisions.

§ 259-71 Responsibilities of owners of Improved Property.

§ 259-72 Waiver of Rights.

§ 259-73 Amendments.