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37.95.226    SEWAGE SYSTEM

(1) The department hereby adopts and incorporates by reference ARM Title 17, chapter 38, subchapter 1, which provides standards for on site subsurface wastewater treatment systems. A copy may be obtained from the Department of Public Health and Human Services, Health Policy and Services Division, Food and Consumer Safety, P.O. Box 202951, Helena, MT 59620-2951.

(2) In order to ensure sewage is completely and safely disposed of, a day care center must:

(a) connect to a public sewage system meeting the requirements of ARM Title 17, chapter 38, subchapter 1; or

(b) if the day care center is not utilized by more than 25 persons daily at least 60 days out of the calendar year, including children, staff, and residents; and an adequate public sewage system is not available; utilize a non-public system whose construction and use meet the standards for such systems set by the local board of health and the construction and operation standards contained in ARM Title 17, chapter 38, subchapter 1, and incorporated by reference in (1) of this rule, with the proviso that the size of the system be determined using a rate of 20 gallons per day per child and per staff member attending the day care center, plus 75 gallons per day per resident.

(3) A day care center must replace or repair a failed system as defined by ARM 17.36.903(6) or the local health code.

History: 52-2-735, 53-4-506, MCA; IMP, 52-2-735, 53-4-506, MCA; NEW, 1982 MAR p. 1121, Eff. 5/28/82; AMD, 1995 MAR p. 473, Eff. 3/31/95; TRANS, from DHES, 1998 MAR p. 2881.

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