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For the purpose of this subchapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
GREASE TRAP WASTES. Grease solids collected from a device used to trap grease resulting from food preparation.
INDUSTRIAL WASTE. The waste from industrial users.
MUDPIT WASTE. Any waste collected in a properly designed interceptor (clarifier) that handles wastes from private or public wash racks or floor slabs used for cleaning or drying of vehicles or machinery.
MUDPIT WASTE DISPOSAL AREA. The area set up and managed by the city for the storage and disposal of mudpit wastes.
PUBLICLY-OWNED TREATMENT WORKS (POTW). A treatment works as defined by § 212 of the Clean Water Act, owned by the city. This definition includes any devices and systems used in the storage, treatment, recycling and reclamation of wastewater or industrial wastes of a liquid nature or that convey wastewater to the wastewater treatment plant, regardless of ownership.
SEPTAGE WASTE. Human excreta, water, scum, septage and food waste from public and private wastewater disposal systems or holding tanks, impervious vaults, portable or chemical toilets.
SUPERINTENDENT. The Superintendent of the city water pollution control plant or his or her authorized representatives.
WASTE. In general, any or all of grease trap waste, mudpit waste or septage waste.
WASTE HAULER. A person or firm engaged in the business of cleaning or disposing of waste from public or private waste facilities, including a person or firm that owns and rents or leases portable toilets.
WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT. The portion of the POTW that is designed to provide treatment, including recycling and reclamation, of wastewater and industrial wastes.
(2013 Code, § 28-61) (Ord. 14461, passed 5-23-1994; Ord. 14870, passed 3-8-2010)