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Discharge of Sewage into Waters (Consolidated Laws of New York: Environmental Conservation Law; Article 17 Water Pollution Control; Title 17; 17-1701 17-1745)

Type of law
Legislation
Date of original text
Source

Abstract
This Title of Article 17 of the Environmental Conservation Law of New York concerns discharge of sewage into waters. More specifically, it provides for prohibition of discharge of sewage and other matter into certain waters; contamination of salt wells; prohibition of discharge of sewage and other offensive matter from new or renovated wastewater disposal systems to the surface waters of the Owasco lake watershed extending from the city dam on the outlet to the existing Moravia village outfall sewer on the inlet; prohibition of discharge of sewage and other offensive matter into Lake George and Skaneateles lake; prohibition of deposit of garbage or other refuse on or in waters of the Owasco lake watershed extending from the city dam on the outlet to the existing Moravia village outfall sewer on the inlet; prohibition of deposit of garbage or other refuse on or in waters of Lake George and Skaneateles lake and their tributaries; sewerage construction and villages; reporting of spills of liquids stored in bulk; and sewage from vessels.
Date of consolidation/reprint
Repealed
No
Source language

English

Legislation Amendment
No