(A) Aerobic type treatment systems shall comply with standard number forty as adopted by the national sanitation foundation board of trustees or standards accepted as equivalent by the Ohio department of health relating to materials, design, construction, performance, operation, maintenance, and safety of the system in effect at the time of acceptance of a system by the Ohio department of health, and the requirements of rules 3701-29-01 to 3701-29-21 of the Administrative Code(Ohio Sanitary Code).
(B) In addition to paragraph (A) of this rule, aerobic type treatment systems shall comply with the following requirements:
(1) Where a final effluent sample cannot easily be obtained from within the system, a sampling well immediately following the system shall be provided. The sampling well, with a minimum inside diameter of eight inches, shall be accessible from the surface of the ground, and shall be provided with a secured cover.
(2) The system shall be sized on the basis of one hundred-twenty gallons per day per bedroom.
(3) The system shall not be installed where the estimated daily flow exceeds the rated capacity at which the system was tested and approved.
(C) An aerobic type treatment system may be permitted under the conditions provided in paragraph (G) of rule 3701-29-02for of f-lot discharge, or in conjunction with a leaching tile field, or other means approved by the Ohio department of health to prevent water pollution or a nuisance.
(D) Prior to off-lot discharge the effluent from an aerobic type treatment system shall discharge through a filter conforming to the requirements of rule 3701-29-09 or 3701-29-14 of the Administrative Code(Ohio Sanitary Code), or other device approved by the Ohio department of health to provide additional treatment so that the requirements of paragraph (G)(3) of rule 3701-29-02willnotbeexceeded.
Promulgated Under: 119.04
Statutory Authority: Sec. 120.02 of Am. Sub. HB 119 (127th G.A.)
Rule Amplifies: Sec. 120.02 of Am. Sub. HB 119 (127th G.A.)
Prior Effective Dates: 7/1/1974, 7/1/77, 7/2/07