Town of Walworth, NY
Wayne County
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A. 
The discharge of scavenger wastes into the Town sewer system and public sewers tributary thereto will be permitted only with the written approval (license) of the Superintendent.
B. 
Applicants for such license shall apply on a form provided by the Superintendent. These forms may require information such as vehicle specifications, vehicle license number, vehicle color, NYSDEC permits issued under 6 NYCRR 364, approximate annual septage volume expected, service area and any other information that the Superintendent may require to determine whether the scavenger wastes could adversely impact the POTW. The application shall be accompanied by a fee as set forth from time to time by Town Board resolution.
[Amended 9-1-1994 by L.L. No. 1-1994]
C. 
The scavenger licensee will also be charged a fee for each dumping, in accordance with Article XIII. The dumping fee shall be paid prior to dumping.
The applicant for a license shall be the owner of the vehicle or vehicles to be used for such discharge. Any false or misleading statement, in any license application, shall be grounds for invalidating the license. All licenses, issued by the Superintendent, for this purpose shall be for one year. The licensee shall also be duly permitted by the NYSDEC under 6 NYCRR 364 (364 permit). If, for any reason, the 364 permit is revoked, the 364 permit lapses or becomes invalid, then the license issued under this article shall become invalid immediately. All acts performed in connection with the license shall be subject to the inspection and regulations, as established by the Superintendent, the terms and conditions of the license and all local and general laws, ordinances and regulations which are now or may come into effect, and such license may be suspended or revoked, at any time, by the Superintendent for willful, continued or persistent violation thereof.
The Superintendent may require discharging at only certain locations within the POTW, and only at certain times, and on only certain days of the week or seasons of the year as shall be stated on said license or as may be relocated by the Superintendent. The time and conditions for permissible discharge shall be as set forth on the license or as may be revised by the Superintendent.
Each discharge of scavenger wastes shall be made only with the approval of the Superintendent. The Superintendent may require inspection, sampling and analysis of each load prior to the discharge of a load. Any extra costs associated with such inspection, sampling and analysis shall be paid by the licensee.