(A) Adequate facilities as specified in rule 3701-26-12 of the Administrative Code shall be provided for the collection and disposal of all sewage and gray water in parks or camps.
(B) All sewage collection systems and gray water disposal facilities shall be maintained in a safe and sanitary manner so as not to create a health hazard.
(C) All sites shall be maintained free of sewage and gray water nuisances.
(D) Adequate drainage shall be provided at all water service outlets.
(E) The operator shall not permit any individual within the park or camp to create a sewage or gray water nuisance.
(F) The ultimate disposal of sewage or gray water pumped from holding tanks (dump stations, vehicular or any other type) by the licensee shall be in any publicly owned (municipal, county, district) treatment works (potw) with a design flow of 100,000 gallons per day or greater, or any other sewage treatment facility approved by the Ohio environmental protection agency to receive such wastes, or the sewage or gray water may be land applied provided that such land application is in strict accordance with federal law 40 CFR part 503 (as published on July 1, 2006) and in accordance with any more stringent local regulation. Indiscriminate dumping of such sewage or gray water is prohibited. Such sewage or gray water shall be collected at individual sites in a closed container and may be transferred between holding tanks and dump stations prior to ultimate disposal. Any such transfer shall be accomplished with due care to avoid spillage.
(G) When the services of a septage hauler are utilized for the ultimate disposal of sewage or gray water pumped from holding tanks, a service agreement shall be kept on file by the operator on premise, including information regarding where the waste will be disposed, the dates of any service and the amount of any waste removed from the premises.