City of Northampton, MA
Hampshire County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of Northampton 5-6-2004 (Ch. 22, §§ 22-41 to 22-52 of the 1977 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Fees — See Ch. 174.
Sewer assessments, billing and general regulations — See Ch. 256.
Storm drains — See Ch. 278.
Stormwater management — See Ch. 281.
Subdivision of land — See Ch. 290.
Water — See Ch. 325.
Article I General Provisions

§ 260-1 Purpose and policy.

§ 260-2 Administration and enforcement by Superintendent.

§ 260-3 Definitions and word usage.

§ 260-4 Abbreviations.

Article II Building Sewers and Connections

§ 260-5 Permit required.

§ 260-6 Classes of building sewer permits.

§ 260-7 Responsibility for costs; indemnification of City.

§ 260-8 Separate sewer required for each building.

§ 260-9 Use of old sewers.

§ 260-10 Standards for materials and procedures.

§ 260-11 Lifting of sewage when drain is too low.

§ 260-12 Surface runoff into sewer prohibited.

§ 260-13 Connection standards and requirements.

§ 260-14 Inspection required prior to connection to public sewer.

§ 260-15 Guarding of excavations.

Article III Use of Public Sewers

§ 260-16 Prohibited discharges.

§ 260-17 Discharge to combined or storm sewers and natural outlets.

§ 260-18 Prohibited substances.

§ 260-19 Prohibited substances.

§ 260-20 Grease, oil and sand interceptors.

§ 260-21 Special agreements and arrangements.

§ 260-22 Local limits.

§ 260-23 National Categorical Pretreatment Standards.

§ 260-24 Dilution prohibited; imposition of mass limitations.

Article IV Pretreatment of Industrial Wastewater

§ 260-25 Pretreatment facilities.

§ 260-26 Monitoring facilities.

§ 260-27 Accidental/slug discharge control plan.

§ 260-28 Hauled wastewater.

Article V Industrial Discharge Permit

§ 260-29 Permit required.

§ 260-30 Permit application.

§ 260-31 Categorical industrial users sampling requirements.

§ 260-32 Compliance with pretreatment standards.

§ 260-33 Wastewater discharge permit decision.

§ 260-34 Permit conditions.

§ 260-35 Permits duration.

§ 260-36 Permit modifications.

§ 260-37 Permit transfer.

Article VI Reporting and Documentation Requirements.

§ 260-38 Baseline monitoring reports.

§ 260-39 Compliance date report.

§ 260-40 Self-monitoring for categorical industrial users.

§ 260-41 Self-monitoring for noncategorical significant industrial users.

§ 260-42 Certification statement for reports.

§ 260-43 Reports of changed conditions.

§ 260-44 Notice of potential problems (including accidental and slug discharges).

§ 260-45 Notice of violations and resampling requirements.

§ 260-46 Hazardous waste notification.

§ 260-47 Sample collection and analysis.

§ 260-48 Monitoring regulations.

§ 260-49 Maintenance of records.

§ 260-50 Truth in reporting.

§ 260-51 Sludge documentation.

§ 260-52 Intercepted and separated material.

Article VII City Inspection and Sampling

§ 260-53 Right of entry.

§ 260-54 Powers and authority of inspectors.

§ 260-55 Confidential information.

Article VIII Enforcement

§ 260-56 Notification of violation.

§ 260-57 Show-cause hearing.

§ 260-58 Compliance orders.

§ 260-59 Civil penalties.

§ 260-60 Criminal prosecution.

§ 260-61 Cease-and-desist orders.

§ 260-62 Falsifying information.

§ 260-63 Protection from damage.

§ 260-64 Emergency suspension.

§ 260-65 Revocation of discharge permit.

§ 260-66 Publication of significant noncompliance.

§ 260-67 Remedies nonexclusive.

Article IX Miscellaneous Requirements

§ 260-68 City reporting requirements.

§ 260-69 Charges and fees.

§ 260-70 Additional rules and regulations.