§ 53.17  REGULATIONS FOR WASTE DISPOSAL.
   (A)   Sewage, including wastes from water closets, urinals, lavatories, sinks, bathtubs, showers, laundries, cellar floor drains, garage floor drains, bars, soda fountains, cuspidors, refrigerator drips, drinking fountains, stable floor drains and other objectionable wastes, shall be discharged into a sanitary or combined sewer and in no case into a storm water sewer.
   (B)   Industrial waste shall not be discharged into a storm water sewer but may be discharged into a sanitary sewer if the waste is of such character as not to be detrimental to the sewerage system or sewage treatment works, it shall be otherwise disposed of in a manner satisfactory to the Director of Public Service or so improved in character as not to be detrimental to the sewerage system or sewage treatment works.
   (C)   Surface water, rain water from roofs, subsoil drainage, building foundation drainage, cistern overflow, clean water from condensers, waste water from water motors and elevators, and any other clean and unobjectionable waste water shall be discharged into a storm water or combined sewer and in no case into a sanitary sewer.
   (D)   Connection with a cesspool or a privy vault shall not be made into a sanitary, combined or storm water sewer.
   (E)   A trap for the interception of grease and oil shall be provided on a connection from a hotel, restaurant, club or institutional kitchen, and from a public garage or automobile washing station.  Such trap shall be constructed and maintained to the satisfaction of the Director of Public Service.
('65 Code, § 931.03)  (Ord. 1862, passed 3-2-48)