Cite as [A.S.A.C. § 25.0154]
(a) Sanitary Sewage. All water-borne waste from toilets, lavatories, showers, and other facilities serving the employees shall be disposed of by treatment facilities approved by the director of health or his agents.
(b) Industrial Waste. Industrial waste includes all solid and liquid waste produced in the preparation and processing of meat and meat products. Waste-treatment works shall be designed and constructed to treat the liquid and liquid-borne solid waste in such a manner that it may be disposed of without creating a sanitary nuisance or otherwise affecting the receiving water to the detriment of persons, fish, aquatic life, and livestock. All liquid wastes shall be treated to separate solid offal. Plans for such treatment works shall be approved by the director of health or his agents prior to construction. All offal and other solid wastes shall be promptly removed from the abattoir and disposed of in a sanitary manner approved by the director of health or his agents.History: Pub. Health Reg. 5, eff 23 Sep 64, § 5.