§ 50.122  DISCHARGE OF WASTE IN SYSTEM.
   (A)   Except as hereinafter provided, no person shall discharge or cause to be discharged any of following described waters wastes to any unit:
      (1)   Any vapor having a temperature higher than 150°F;
      (2)   Any liquids or gases which, by reason of their nature or quantity, may cause fire or explosion or be injurious in any other way to the units or to the operation of the system;
      (3)   Any solids or viscous wastes which cause obstruction to the flow in laterals or other interference with the proper operation of the system;
      (4)   Other wastes such as garbage, refuse, wood residues, sand, lime, cinders, ashes, offal, night soil, silt, oil tar, dyestuffs, acids, chemicals and all other substances whose discharge would cause pollution;
      (5)   Any noxious or malodorous gas or substance capable of creating public nuisance;
      (6)   The following level of contaminates during a period of 24 hours or a period of normal daily operation, whichever is less:
 
Contaminate
Concentration (mg/l)
Arsenic (total)
0.25
Barium (total)
2.0
Cadmium (total)
0.15
Chromium (total)
2.0
Copper (total)
1.5
Cyanide (total)
1.0
Fluoride (total)
2.5
Iron (total)
15.0
Lead (total)
0.1
Manganese (total)
1.0
Mercury (total)
0.0005
Nickel (total)
2.0
Oil (Hexane solubles or equivalent)
100.0
PH range
5 through 10
Phenols
1.0
Selenium (total)
1.0
Silver (total)
0.1
Zinc (total)
2.0
 
      (7)   Any garbage that has not been properly shredded; and
      (8)   Any waters or wastes containing strong acid, iron pickling wastes or concentrated plating solutions whether neutralized or not.
   (B)   Effluent standards must comply with those established in the latest edition of the state's Private Sewage Disposal Licensing Act, being ILCS Ch. 225, Act 225, §§ 1 et seq. and code.
   (C)   Disinfection standards must comply with those established in the latest edition of the state's Private Sewage Disposal Licensing Act and code.