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SmeadSoft Reprint Date: Monday, August 12, 2013 - <br />I <br />• i�g• <br />INDIAN RIVER COUNTY ORDINANCE NO.90-23 <br />AN ORDINANCE OF INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, FLORIDA, <br />PROVIDING FOR PURPOSE, PROVIDING FOR DEFINITIONS, <br />PROVIDING FOR REQUIREMENTS FOR THE INSTALLATION OF <br />FOR EXEMPTIONS, PROVIDING FOR VARIANCES, PROVIDING <br />FOR STANDARDS FOR POLLUTANT INTERCEPTOR AND GREASE <br />TRAP CONSTRUCTION, PROVIDING FOR REQUIREMENTS FOR <br />SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE OF POLLUTANT INTERCEPTORS AND <br />GREASE TRAPS, PROVIDING FOR PERMITTING AND INSPECTIONS, <br />PROVIDING FOR PROHIBITION AGAINST THE USE OF SOLVENTS, <br />PROVIDING FOR FEES, PROVIDING FOR ENFORCEMENT, PROVIDING <br />FOR PENALTIES, PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF CONFLICTING <br />DING F6R- f <br />, <br />PROVIDING FOR APPLICABILITY, PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY <br />PROVT^T"sa=NG-FDR-EFFEC-ME-DATE- <br />BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF <br />INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, FLORIDA, AS FOLLOWS: <br />SECTION I <br />PURPOSE <br />The Board of County Commissioners of Indian River <br />County, Florida, find that it is in the interest of public <br />health and safety and the environment to require the <br />installation, maintenance, and permitting of pollutant <br />interceptors and grease traps for certain establishments. <br />The Board of County Commissioners further find <br />that current regulations and laws applicable to the <br />inbt -and use of pollutant -interceptors-and-greas2 <br />traps are inadequate. As a result, grease and oil deposits <br />in plumbing lines cause plumbing back-ups and sanitary <br />nuisances inordinate amounts of grease and pollutants in <br />sewage treatment plants inhibit proper treatment of sewage, <br />and the use of solvents as a method of grease control by <br />establishments inhibits sewage treatment at sewage treatment <br />plants and causes pollution of the environment. <br />15:24:33 = OfficialDocume <br />:673, Attachment Id 0, Page 1 <br />