There are 4 policies relating to septage haulers and 1 requirement relating to truck leakage.
Septage Hauler Requirements Policy, Dated January 2010
After hours surcharge = $100/load
October 1st through March 31st: $80/1,000 gallons
April 1st through September 30th: $95/1,000 gallons
Grease discharge requirements:
Follow posted rules for grease discharge, including notification of Wastewater Treatment Facility operator before discharge of grease, and no mixed grease/septage loads
Haulers to provide discharge hoses
Haulers must register at the plant and weigh in prior to first delivery
Septage Haulers Policy, Dated June 1993
Septage haulers must request and receive written authorization from the Wastewater Division prior to using the Wastewater Treatment Facility. Wastewater Division permit must be renewed when hauler gets a new truck.
Haulers must also make application for a Septage Haulers License from the Health Department. A copy of this license must be provided to the Wastewater Division office prior to discharging. Health Department Licenses must be renewed annually.
Out of Town Septage Policy, Dated July, 1986
Only septage generated within Town of Falmouth will be accepted for disposal
A Certificate of Origin must be provided for each load delivered
Overdue Septage Bills Policy, Dated January 1994
Septage bills must be paid within 30 days of billing
Failure to comply results in suspension of unloading privileges
Septage Truck Leakage Requirement
Leakage of trucks onto roadways will result in revocation of Septage Hauling and Discharge Permits