Downloads: Commercial Waste Authorization Conditions (0.05 mb) In general, all liquid waste produced from commercial, commercial or manufacturing processes, excluding domestic wastewater, is defined as commercial waste. Untreated commercial waste, containing banned substances such as flammable liquids, fats, acids and solids, can block sewers, damage components, affect the processing process and increase costs to the Community. Industrial customers (category 2) have a type of waste that: commercial waste is all non-human liquid waste produced on commercial real estate that is discharged into our sewer system. It includes liquid waste such as fats, oils and chemicals. If you own a business that produces commercial waste, you need some form of pre-processing and a commercial waste authorization. Take the next steps. Commercial waste is liquid waste produced by industry, small businesses, commercial enterprises, associations and organizations such as commercial kitchens, laundry, workshops, kennels, etc. It can contain large amounts of fats, fats, heavy metals as well as organic and chlorinated solvents. We control commercial waste through the Commercial and Commercial Waste Management Plan (TWMP) in combination with national legislation. We give permissions to control the amount and nature of commercial waste that is discharged into the sewers. Industrial and industrial users are required to pay the fees on wage waste based on the quality and quantity of waste they have disposed of. The most common types of commercial waste do not contain toxic or harmful substances and are produced daily by companies such as cafes and restaurants, mechanical workshops, shopping malls, theme parks, hotels and food processing and production sites. Common activities that produce commercial waste include rinsing and washing utensils, cleaning dishes and vehicles, preparing surfaces for metal machining and processing food.
Trade Liquid Waste Discharge – Category 1 form (PDF for printing) – hairdressers, dentists, medicine, optics, photo studios. Trade Waste Liquid Discharge – Category 2 Shape (PDF for printing) – Mechanical workshops, mixers, wash berries, detailers. If more than one commercial waste producer operates from a single piece of land, each commercial waste producer must apply for commercial waste authorization. Before your business enters waste into our sewers, the owner of the property in which the wastewater is produced must have a commercial waste permit. Commercial waste is water-based waste (other than waste that is a prohibited substance, human waste or rainwater): in some cases, commercial waste may contain toxic or harmful substances such as oil, heavy metals, solids, organic solvents or chlorinated organic substances. Uncontrolled or illegal dumping of commercial waste poses serious problems in sewers – flooding and overloading, blockages, corrosion, hazardous work environments, and even halting wastewater treatment processes. The owner of the property is the holder of the commercial waste authorization in accordance with townsville City Council`s waste management plan. Landowners will be separated from their tariff communication for commercial waste introduced into the sewerage system. Trade liquid waste discharge – Category 3 and 4 shapes (PDF for printing) – Grocery, laundry, swimming pools and the like. Unitywater has three types of authorizations for commercial waste management (high risk, medium risk and low risk). They are graduated based on the risk associated with waste. On request, we assess your risk level and assign the appropriate classification of the commercial waste authorization.
The risk assessment can be found on page 15 of the Commercial Waste Management Plan (PDF 596KB). The flow factor specific to the