(A) To comply with minimum standards of habitability:
(1) A properly located, constructed, and maintained potable water supply system of sufficient capacity to meet the needs of the camp occupants shall be provided. The water supply shall meet the standards of the environmental protection agency.
(2) A water supply shall be deemed of sufficient capacity if it is capable of delivering thirty-five gallons per person per day to the campsite at a peak rate of two and one-half times the average hourly demand.
(3) A cold water tap shall be available within one hundred feet of each housing unit when water is not provided in the unit. Adequate drainage facilities shall be provided for overflow and spillage.
(4) Approved single service containers, clean containers supplied by a camp occupant, or an approved drinking fountain shall be used for dispensing drinking water.
(B) To comply with voluntary standards of habitability:
(1) Sufficient water under pressure shall be supplied to all housing units for drinking, dishwashing, cooking, bathing and toilet facilities. Adequate facilities for providing hot water for dishwashing and bathing purposes shall be provided.
(2) A drinking fountain or fountains shall be provided in accordance with the following requirements: (a) all drinking fountains shall be of approved sanitary design and construction; (b) at least one fountain shall be provided for each one hundred persons or fraction thereof if the fountain is located in a facility available to both sexes. At least two fountains shall be provided for each one hundred persons or fraction thereof if the fountains are located in an area such as a bathing facility that is segregated by sex.
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 08/01/2008 and 08/01/2013
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 3733.42
Rule Amplifies: 3733.42
Prior Effective Dates: 6/1/1975, 4/2/85