Most companies produce liquid commercial wastewater, including: you need our permission before you can discharge commercial water into our system. It is easy to apply for authorization to discharge commercial waste water. Simply register a free online application with the Sydney Water Tap in™ service. We can contact you to discuss your application, gather additional information or meet you in your accommodation. If we approve your application, we will send you a letter containing our terms and conditions. You cannot apply on behalf of another person without their permission. We send copies of all written permissions to the applicant and the landowner. If you are not sure that your business needs a liquid trade waste approxant or if you would like more information on commercial liquid waste in general, please contact the Council`s infrastructure and operations department on (02) 6340 2085. In non-metropolitan areas of the NSW, local councils regulate any discharge of commercial waste into their sewer systems. Council agreement under section 68 of the Local Government Act 1993 is required for each discharge, with the exception of domestic wastewater, into the sewerage system. In calculating the total volume of commercial liquid waste (based on guidelines developed by NSW DPI Water), it is assumed that a certain percentage of your average daily water consumption is a waste of liquid water.
The remaining percentage is considered to be used for private purposes (toilets, hand sinks, kitchens, showers, etc.). The Council regulates commercial liquid waste, so that the waste is not: Most of Ballina Shire`s companies produce commercial liquid waste. The NSW government and Ballina Council require all Ballina Shire businesses to allow the discharge of commercial liquid waste so that we can: commercial waste taxes and royalties cover the additional costs associated with the disposal and treatment of commercial wastewater. There are two types of charges: only commercial water that complies with certain guidelines can be discharged into our sewer system. Plumbers should bear in mind that the Commercial Liquid Waste Regulations prohibit the release of waste from the following equipment into any Council sewer system (see page 171): commercial waters of the automotive industry contain petroleum hydrocarbons, solids, chlorinated metals and solvents, as well as phenols. These substances can: Sanitary work for commercial liquid waste facilities must now comply with the Australian Health Code and the Australian AS 3500 Standard, Part 2 Sanitary and Drainage Facilities. You dump commercial effluent when your business activity is shown in the table below.