1040.30  SEWER USE CLASSIFICATIONS.
   The classes of sanitary sewer system users are:
      Class I          Residential
      Class II       Commercial
      Class III       Industrial
      Class IV       Governmental
      Class V       Institutional
   (a)   Residential Class I includes all single or multiple-unit residences which discharge sanitary sewage only. The residential class does not include transient population residences, such as hotels anal motels.
   (b)   Commercial Class II includes all nonresidential users not defined as industrial, governmental or institutional users herein. Transient population residences, such as hotels and motels, shall be commercial class users. The allowable sewage strength for commercial class users shall be based on the volume and quantity of pollutants present in the wastewater.
   (c)   Industrial Class III includes all nonresidential users who contribute wastes other than sanitary sewage and who are identified in the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Manual, 1987, as amended and supplemented, under the following divisions:
      (1)   Division A:    Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing;
      (2)   Division B:    Mining;
      (3)   Division D:    Manufacturing;
      (4)   Division E:    Transportation, Communications, Electric, Gas and Sanitary Services; and
      (5)   Division I:     Services
      A user in these Divisions may be excluded from the Industrial Class if it is determined that the user will introduce primarily segregated domestic wastes or wastes from sanitary conveniences.
      Industrial Class users are required to have a suitable control manhole as provided for in Section 1040.35.
   (d)   Governmental Class IV includes all nonresidential users having connections to the sewage works which are owned by municipalities, counties, the State or the Federal Government.
   (e)   Institutional Class V includes all nonresidential users having connections to the sewage works which are owned by private schools, colleges, churches and church-related facilities, hospitals and nursing homes.
(Ord. 91-59.  Passed 10-21-91; Ord. 12-44.  Passed 12-17-12.)