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In order to reduce the danger to public health, safety and welfare from the spills of hazardous substances these regulations are promulgated to establish responsibility for the removal and clean up of spills within Jefferson County, Iowa. For use in this Ordinance, certain terms or words used herein shall be interpreted or defined as follows: Treatment includes any activity or processing designed to change the physical form or chemical composition of hazardous substance to render it nonhazardous.
Whenever a hazardous condition is created by the deposit, injection, dumping, spilling, leaking or placing of a hazardous waste or substance, so that the hazardous substance or waste or a constituent of the hazardous waste or substance may enter the environment, or be emitted into the air or discharged into any waters, including ground waters, the responsible person shall cause the condition to be remedied by a clean up, as defined in the preceding section, as rapidly as feasible to an acceptable, safe condition.
The costs of clean up shall be borne by the person having control over a hazardous substance. If the person having control over a hazardous substance does not cause the clean up to begin in a reasonable time in relation to the hazard and circumstances of the incident, the county may proceed to procure clean up services and bill the responsible person.
If the bill for those services is not paid within thirty 30 days, the County Attorney shall proceed to obtain payment by all legal means. If the cost of the clean up is beyond the capacity of the County to finance it, the authorized officer shall report to the Board of Supervisors and immediately seek any state or federal funds available for said clean up.
The first county officer or employee who arrives at the scene of an incident involving hazardous substances, if not a peace officer, shall notify the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department which shall notify the proper state office in the manner established by the state.
All terms defined in Chapter In addition, the following terms shall be defined as follows: This shall include all definitions in Section These rules and regulations are adopted as mandated by Section B. Pursuant to the authority granted the Jefferson County Board of Health under Chapter of the Code of Iowa, the Jefferson County Board of Health will enforce the rules adopted by this ordinance.
These rules are to promote the public health and welfare of the citizens of Jefferson County, and for the public good. All rules and regulations, as amended, of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources or other appropriate agency pertaining to sewage, commercial wastes, and excreta disposal, more specifically, Chapter 69 of the Iowa Administrative Code, or as thereafter amended as well as the provisions of Iowa Administrative Code, or as thereafter amended pertaining to requirements for properly plugging abandoned wells and Iowa Administrative Code or as thereafter amended pertaining to nonpublic water supply wells shall apply in Jefferson County, Iowa effective after proper publication, notice, public hearing, and acceptance by the Jefferson County Board of Health and the Jefferson County Board of Supervisors, of these rules.
These rules do apply to all sanitary disposal systems, used for any purpose, if through poor construction, operation, upkeep or maintenance such sanitary disposal systems do allow significant contamination to enter ground water. No person shall build a structure requiring installation or construction of a new disposal system, or reconstruct, repair, extend, or alter an existing disposal system for any person within Jefferson County, Iowa without first obtaining a permit from the health officer.
A person means any person, firm, association, partnership, business, trust, corporation, company, or other entity recognized by law. This section applies to the owner of the property, owner's agent, occupant, or to any contractor hired by owner, owner's agent, or occupant.
The permit to install, construct, reconstruct, repair, extend, or alter a disposal system shall be obtained from the health officer. The permit shall include such information as the location of the property, property owner of record, the type of system desired, and any other pertinent information for the disposal system as may be required by the health officer.
The permit will be issued after the required fee as set by the Jefferson County Board of Health is received. Checks should be made payable to Jefferson County Environmental Health.
Permit fees are non-refundable. No disposal system shall be installed where a public sewer or managed community sewer system is available within two hundred and fifty feet, unless specific variance is granted. No disposal system shall be covered or so constructed as to prevent a thorough final inspection and periodic monitoring by the health department.
If a system is so covered as to prevent a final inspection by the health officer, the health officer may require the disposal system to be uncovered or modified so that an inspection may occur. Permits shall expire and have no further validity if the installation, construction, reconstruction, repair, extension, or alteration is not completed within eighteen 18 months from the date the permit is first issued.
A new application and fee will be required in such cases. The permit shall be signed by the health officer upon initial authorization and final inspection. Municipal disposal system permits are required by some incorporated municipalities in Jefferson County.
Where such municipal permits is required in addition to the county permit, the health department will aid the applicant to expedite the process. Connection to Managed Community Sewer Required: At such time as a Managed Community Sewer becomes available to a property served by a non-compliant private sewage disposal system located within an unsewered unincorporated community, a direct connection shall be made to the Managed Community Sewer, and any non-compliant private sewage disposal system shall be abandoned [as defined in Ch A Managed Community Sewer shall be deemed available once the County has approved the design of the private sewage disposal system to be installed.
The owner of all houses, buildings, or properties used for human occupancy, employment, or recreation, must connect such facilities to the Managed Community Sewer in accordance with this ordinance and the rules adopted to effectuate this ordinance, within one hundred eighty days after date of official notice to do so.
Billing for such services by the approved Public Entity or Utility Management Organization that owns and maintains the system will begin on the date of official notice to connect to the Managed Community Sewer.
The administrative authority may adopt rules, regulations and specifications for the construction, connection, use, maintenance and inspection of the Managed Community Sewer. All fees are payable to the administrative authority. The fees set herein may be changed by the Board of Health from time to time as deemed necessary by the Board of Health.We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us.
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