APPENDIX C: TABLES
   TABLE 1:  SOIL CATEGORIES
 
Table 1:  Soil Categories
Soil Category A
49
Watseka Loamy Fine Sand
88
Sparta Loamy Sand
93
Rodman Gravelly Loam
98
Ade Loamy Fine Sand
318
Lorenzo Silt Loam
494
Kankakee Fine Sandy Loam
513*
Granby Fine Sandy Loam
741
Oakville Fine Sand
Soil Category B
103*
Houghton Muck
201*
Gilford Fine Sandy Loam
380
Fieldon Loam
387
Ockley Loam
570
Martinsville Loam
688
Braidwood Loam
Soil Category C
67*
Harpster Silty Clay Loam
102 
LaHogue Loam
125*
Selma Loam
134
Camden Silt Loam
149
Brenton Silt Loam
150
Onarga Fine Sandy Loam
151
Ridgeville Fine Sandy Loam
152*
Drummer Silty Clay Loam
153*
Pella Silty Clay Loam
184
Roby Fine Sandy Loam
197*
Troxel Silt Loam
>290
Warsaw Silt Loam
325
Dresden Silt Loam
327
Fox Silt Loam
329*
Will Silty Clay Loam
343
Kane Silt Loam
356*
Elpaso Silty Clay Loam
369
Waupecan Silt Loam
440
Jasper Loam
523
Dunham Silty Clay Loam
526
Grundelein Silt Loam
541
Graymont Silt Loam
614
Chenoa Silt Clay Loam
740
Derroch Silt Loam
792
Bowes Silt Loam
802
Orthents, Loamy Type
Soil Category D
69*
Milford Silty Clay Loam
132
Starks Silt Loam
146
Elliott Silt Loam
189
Martinton Silt Loam
219
Millbrook Silt Loam
223
Varna Silty Clay Loam
232*
Ashkum Silty Clay Loam
293
Andres Silt Loam
294
Symerton Silt Loam
295
Mokena Silt Loam
330*
Peotone Silty Clay Loam
594
Reddick Clay Loam
719
Symerton Fine Sandy Loam
Soil Category E
23
Blount Silt Loam
91
Swygert Silty Clay Loam
206*
Thorp Silt Loam
228
Nappanee Silt Loam
235*
Bryce Clay Loam
238*
Rantoul Silty Clay
241
Chatsworth Silty Clay
298
Beecher Silt Loam
320
Frankfort Silt Loam
530
Ozaukee Silt Loam
531
Markham Silt Loam
560
St. Clair Clay Loam
Soil Category F
240
Plattville Silty Clay Loam
311
Ritchey Silt Loam
314
Joliet Silt Loam
315
Channahon Silt Loam
316
Romeo Silt Loam
317*
Millsdale Silty Clay Loam
403
Elizabeth Silt Loam
900 through 9000:  Please seek advice from soil classifier or certified soil scientist.
* Denotes unsuitable soil.  Refer to § 51.03(G).
 
   TABLE 2: MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
 
Table 2:  Minimum Requirements
Soil Category
Minimum Lot Size w/Private Wells (square feet)
Minimum Lot Size (square feet)
Minimum Lot Width w/Private Well (feet)
Width w/PWS (feet)
Minimum Ground Absorption Trench System (lin. feet)
A
20,000
16,000
100
90
300
B
20,000
16,000
100
90
400
C
30,000
24,000
120
90
600
D
40,000
32,000
150
150
800
E
60,000
60,000
150
150
1,000
F
Unsuitable: Bedrock less than 32 inches from surface
 
   TABLE 3:  LOCATION OF COMPONENTS OF SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM MINIMUM DISTANCE ALLOWABLE
 
Table 3:  Location of Components of Sewage Disposal System (*1, *2)
Minimum Distance Allowable
Component Part of System
Well or Suction Line from Pump to Well (feet)
Water Supply Line Pressure (*3) (feet)
Lake Stream, Inground Pool or  Body of Water (feet)
Dwelling/ Permanent Structure (feet)
Property Line (feet)
Artificial Drain (feet)
Building sewer (*4)
50
10
25
10
Septic tank or aeration plant
50
10 (*5)
25
10
5
10
Distribution box
75
10
25
10
5
10
Subsurface seepage field
75
25
25
10
5
10
Sand filter
75
25
15
10
5
10
Privy
75
25
25
20
5
10
Waste stabilization pond
75
25
25
20
5
10
Surface discharge effluent line
50
10
5
Treated effluent discharge point (*6)
50
10
20
25
25
Effluent receiving trench
75
25
15
10
5
10
Class V injection wells
200
25
25
10
5
10
(*1)   These distances have been determined for use in clay, silt and loam soils only.  The minimum distances required for use in sand or other types of soil shall be determined for the proposed private sewage disposal system and approved by the Health Authority. Approval will be given if the Health Authority determines that the soil will provide treatment of the sewage.
(*2)   For separation distances to closed loop wells, see 77 Ill. Adm. Code 920.180.
(*3)   Includes lawn irrigation piping.  See Section 905.20(d) for additional details on water lines and sewer separation.
(*4)   The building sewer or surface discharge effluent line may be located within 10 feet of a well or suction line from the pump to the well when cast iron pipe with mechanical joints or Schedule 40 PVC pipe with water-tight joints is used for the building sewer or surface discharge effluent line.
(*5)   There shall be 25 feet separation from municipal water supply lines.
(*6)   Any surface discharge system installed, repaired or renovated after January 1, 2014.
 
   TABLE 4:  NONRESIDENTIAL ESTABLISHMENTS
 
Table 4:  Nonresidential Establishments (*1)
Soil Category
Sewage Flow (gpd) (*2)
Minimum Ground Absorption Trench System (lineal feet)
   A
1—600
300
B
1—200
300
201—600
400
C
1—200
300
201—400
400
401—600
600
D
1—200
400
201—400
600
401—600
800
E
1—200
600
201—400
800
401—600
1,000
F
Unsuitable - Bedrock is less than 32 inches from the surface
(*1)   Non-residential establishments using more than 600 gpd shall install an additional lineal feet of 36-inch wide trench for each 100 gallons of sewage flow.
(*2)   Sewage flow shall be calculated using Table 5.
 
   TABLE 5:  QUANTITY OF SEWAGE FLOWS
 
Table 5:  Quantity of Sewage Flows
Type of Establishment
Gallon Per Person Per Day (Unless otherwise noted)
Permanent dwellings
   Boarding houses
50
   Boarding schools
150
   Institutions other than hospitals (per bed)
125
   Mobile homes, individual (per bedroom)
200
   Mobile home parks (per space)
400
   Multi-family dwellings (per bedroom)
150/200
   Rooming houses
40
   Single-family dwellings (per bedroom)
200
Travel and recreational facilities
   Airport, railway stations, bus stations
5
   Campgrounds
      Comfort stations w/toilets and showers (per space)
35
      Comfort stations w/toilets and no showers (per space)
25
      Day camps, no meals
25
      Travel trailer parks w/water and sewer (per space)
150
   Cottages and/or small dwellings with seasonal occupancy (per bedroom)
150
   Country clubs (per member)
25
   Highway rest areas
5
   Hotels and motels (per bed)
50
   Picnic parks
5
   Places for public assembly
5
   Swimming pools and bathing beaches
10
   Theaters
      Movie (per seat)
5
      Drive-in (per car space)
10
Commercial, industrial and miscellaneous
   Churches (per seat)
3
   Churches w/kitchens add (per meal)
3
Construction camps or sites, factories
   W/toilets and showers
35
   W/toilets and no showers
20
Laundries (per customer)
50
Office and other day workers (per worker)
15
Restaurants
   24-hour operation
      Per seat
60
      Per employee
25
      Lounge per seat
50
   12-hour operation
      Per seat
40
      Per employee
15
      Lounge per seat
35
   Coffee shop—6-hour operation
      Per seat
6
   Bar—no food
      Per seat
10
   Banquet rooms
      Per seat
5
   Meeting room
      Per seat
3
Schools
   Without cafeterias or showers
15
   With cafeterias and showers
25
   With cafeterias or showers
20
Service station (per vehicle served)
10
Shopping center (per 1,000 square feet floor area)
250
Stores (per toilet room)
400
 
(Ord. 11-74, passed 2-17-2011; Am. Ord. 14-279, passed 10-16-2014)