BYLAW NO. 330
A BYLAW REGULATING THE MUNICIPAL SEWERAGE SYSTEM
The Council of The Town of Bredenbury, in the Province of Saskatchewan, enacts as
a) It shall be unlawful to discharge/drain any sanitary sewage, industrial waste or other polluted water into the natural drainage system, except with the express permission of Town Council.
b) All new buildings shall be connected to the sewage system where public sewers are available. Where public sewers are not available, said buildings shall be provided with a private sewer disposal system in accordance with the regulations of the department of Public Health of the Province of Saskatchewan.
c) No person shall discharge a sump pump, or cause to be discharged any storm water, ground water, roof run-off or other unpolluted water to any Sanitary Sewer.
d) No person shall discharge or cause to be discharged any of the following described kinds of water or wastes to any drain connected with the storm or sewer system of the Town:
1) Fats, oil or grease.
2) Gasoline, benzenes, naphtha, fuel oil or other flammable or explosive liquid, solid or gas.
3) Any water or waste containing a toxic substance in sufficient quantity to injure or interfere with the operation of the sewage system or to constitute a hazard to persons or animals.
4) Any water or waste containing suspended solids of such character and quantity that unusual care and/or expense are required to handle such materials in the Sewer System.
Bylaw No. 330, passed on September 5, 2007, being a Bylaw to regulate the municipal sewage system.