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20.75.06.00.htm 20.75.06.00. Title 20 PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION Subtitle 75 SERVICE SUPPLIED BY SEWAGE DISPOSAL COMPANIES Chapter 06 Quality of Service Authority: Public Utilities Article, ยง2-121, 5-101, and 5-303, Annotated Code of Maryland
20.75.06.01.htm 20.75.06.01. 01 Adequate Plant.. Each utility shall maintain and operate a sewage treatment plant of adequate size and properly equipped to treat the sewage, and discharge the effluent at the degree of purity required by the health laws of Maryland, and in other respects shall comply with the laws and regulations of the Department of the Environment.
20.75.06.02.htm 20.75.06.02. 02 Limitations of Sewerage System.. A sewage disposal utility may not be obliged to receive for treatment, or disposal, any material except sewage as defined in COMAR 20.75.01.03B(6) Rain water discharged from roofs, lawns, paved areas, etc. is especially prohibited, unless the sewerage system is designed with collecting mains and a treatment plant of adequate size to accommodate this greater flow of liquid. The sewage disposal utility may not be obliged to receive for treatment or
20.75.06.03.htm 20.75.06.03. 03 Interruption of Service.. A. Endeavor to Avoid Interruptions. Each utility shall make reasonable efforts to avoid interruptions of service, but when interruptions occur, service shall be reestablished within the shortest time practicable, consistent with safety.B. Notification to Commission. Each utility shall notify the Commission by telephone or telegraph of any interruption to the service of a major portion of its distribution system when the interruption
20.75.06.9999.htm 20.75.06.9999. Administrative History Effective date: September 1, 1965 (Order No. 55971). Regulation .01 amended effective May 14, 2001 (28:9 Md. R. 890).
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