Administrative Measures For Urban Drainage In Taiyuan

Original Language Title: 太原市城市排水管理办法

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(Summit 5th ordinary meeting of the Government of the Faro City on 5 May 2008 to consider the adoption of Decree No. 63 of 16 May 2008 by the Government of the People's Republic of the Faro City, effective 22 June 2008)

Article 1, in order to strengthen urban drainage management, ensure that urban drainage facilities are well and properly run, improve the quality of the water environment and improve the utilization of water resources, and develop this approach in line with the relevant laws, regulations and regulations.
Article II refers to urban drainage, which means the admission, transmission, processing, emissions and use of water for urban industrial wastewater, living sewerage (hereinafter referred to as sewerage) and atmospheric rainfall.
Article 3 applies to the planning, construction, management and operation of urban drainage in the context of each urban planning area.
Urban drainage is governed by the principle of integrated planning, alignment and reconstruction, and is committed to building, maintaining, managing and re-establishing.
Article IV governs the management of urban drainage within the city's urban planning area, and municipal drainage management is entrusted with the day-to-day work of urban drainage.
Within their respective responsibilities, the relevant Government departments are able to manage urban drainage.
Article 5
The Government encourages units and individuals to build, operate urban drainage facilities to support the diffusion and application of new technologies and new results.
Any units and individuals have the rights and obligations to use and protect urban drainage facilities in accordance with the law and have the right to stop and report violations of this approach.
Article 7
The city-specific water planning is prepared by the Municipal Planning Authority with the relevant sector organizations, such as the municipal administration, and the planning programme is reviewed by the municipal planning administration authorities in accordance with the procedure and is followed by the approval of the city's Government. Plans specifically for urban drainage are not subject to approval, which is required to review and reproduce the ex-anteal organs in accordance with urban development and construction needs.
The municipal administration authorities should develop annual construction plans for urban public drainage facilities in accordance with urban exclusive water planning and be implemented after the approval of the city's Government, following a balance between the municipal authorities.
Article 8 should control and reserve urban drainage facilities when planning and building.
Urban drainage facilities established under urban exclusive water planning should be designed, accompanied by construction and delivery.
Article 9 does not design urban sewerage facilities in accordance with urban exclusive planning requirements, planning administrative authorities do not have a nuclear construction engineering planning licence, and saving water authorities do not have access to water licences and the water sector does not have access to water.
Article 10. Urban drainage facilities engineering design programmes should be in line with urban exclusive water planning and an expert validation system.
Urban drainage facilities engineering design programmes should be submitted to the municipal administration authorities for approval by the relevant authorities of the city, and construction units should be deployed to the municipal administration authorities within 15 days of approval.
Article 11 assumes units for the design, mapping, construction and administration of urban drainage facilities and shall have corresponding levels of qualifications and undertake corresponding tasks in accordance with the level of qualifications.
Following the completion of the urban drainage facility project, construction units should be surveyed by relevant units such as the design, mapping, construction, management and quality monitoring, in accordance with the prescribed procedures, which can be delivered after the experience is qualified, and the collection is not qualified and the construction units should be converted within the specified period.
Upon completion of the work of the urban drainage facility, construction units should be available to the municipal administration authorities and relevant departments within 15 days.
Article 13, within three quarters of the urban public drainage facility, construction units should prepare, in advance, a feasibility programme to ensure the safety of urban public drainage facilities, with the consent of the urban drainage management authorities.
The construction unit should obtain prior consent from the municipal administration authorities and assume reconstruction and rehabilitation costs.
Article 14. Emissions of sewage from urban drainage facilities should be made available, in accordance with national provisions, for the payment of urban drainage permits.
There is no access to urban drainage permits and no drainage shall release wastewater to urban drainage facilities.
Article 15, in accordance with the following conditions, provides for the granting of a certificate of exclusive water to the city:
(i) The installation of sewage emission points is in line with the requirements for urban exclusive water planning;
(ii) Removal sewerage is in accordance with the relevant standards and provisions of the Water Quality Standards for Watercourses in Urban Watercourses (CJ3082), in which sewage treatment is not carried out through urban drainage facilities, direct drainage of water, and should also be in line with the Standard of Integrated Sewerage Emissions (GB8978) or relevant industrial standards;
(iii) The construction of the corresponding wastewater treatment facilities as required;
(iv) A dedicated test site has been established at the emission level;
(v) Emissions are easily prone to the regular operation of urban drainage facilities, which has already installed an online test mechanism for water, pH, CODcr (or TOC) testing; other emphasis on industrial enterprises and priority drained water, with the ability to detect water, p.H, CODcr, SS and mmunization, etc.;
(vi) Reservations of the temporary drainage of all types of construction operations are sufficient to cause disruption or damage to drainage facilities, which have been constructed by the drainage facility and that the release of wastewater is in accordance with the criteria set out in paragraph 2 of this article.
Emphasis has been placed on industrial enterprises and water-focused households, which are determined by municipal administration authorities and made available to society.
Article 16 requires the release of sewerage to urban drainage facilities, and the related materials should be made available to the municipal administration authorities for the processing of urban drainage permits. The municipal administrative authorities shall decide within 20 days of the date of receipt of the application.
Emissions of wastewater to urban drainage facilities prior to the implementation of this approach shall be applied to urban drainage permits within 60 days of the date of implementation of the scheme. In accordance with the conditions of the licence, the granting of a licence for the free city shall be made; in the event that the licence is not in accordance with the conditions of the licence, the time limit is being changed by the municipal administrative authorities and, in accordance with the conditions, the granting of a nuclear licence to the city.
Article 17
Emphasis should be given to the urban drainage management authorities on a regular basis, according to data from the water quantity, water quality testing system.
There is a need to change the content of drainage permits, which should be reclaimed to the municipal administration authorities in accordance with this approach.
Article 18 In the period of May or in other exceptional circumstances, drainage shall be subject to the uniform movement of municipal administrative authorities and discharge of wastewater as required.
Article 19 The effective expiry of the urban drainage permit will require the continuation of the release of wastewater and the discharge of the drainage shall be completed at an effective date. The application was made to the municipal administration authorities by 30 days. Municipal administrative authorities shall, upon request, decide whether to grant continuity before the expiry of the period of effectiveness. To grant continuity, the period of effectiveness will last five years.
As construction requires the temporary release of wastewater to urban drainage facilities, the effective period of the urban drainage licence is determined by the municipal administration authorities on the basis of the drainage, but not for the long term.
Article 20
(i) The release of sewage to urban drainage facilities without access to urban drainage permits;
(ii) Emission of sewerage to urban drainage facilities beyond the effective deadline for urban drainage permits;
(iii) Emission of sewerage to urban drainage facilities in violation of the provisions of the urban drainage licence;
(iv) Emissions to urban drainage facilities of substances, fuel-prone substances and harmful gases;
(v) Contingency of the urban drainage network or dumping of garbage, residues, construction puls, etc. in urban drainage facilities;
(vi) Restructuring, dismantling, moving and arranging urban drainage facilities;
(vii) Removal of wastewater from urban drainage facilities;
(viii) Interim drainage of water on construction sites should be held in the first place, without the direct drain;
(ix) The forced use of urban drainage facilities was not required;
(x) Other damage to urban drainage facilities.
Article 21 Municipal administrative authorities should entrust quantifiable drainage monitoring bodies with a regular screening of the water quality of the discharge of drainage hydrates and public testing results for society.
The water quality of the discharge of drainage is not in accordance with the exclusive water licence requirement, and the municipal administration authorities should be responsible for changing their deadlines; the withdrawal of urban drainage permits, the prohibition of their release of wastewater to urban drainage facilities, and inform the same environmental sector of the circumstances and the results.
Article 22 states that the municipal administration is one of the following cases, and, at the request of the stakeholder, it may withdraw the urban drainage licence:
(i) The members of the municipal administration have misused their functions, play a role in taking decisions to grant urban drainage;
(ii) The decision to grant urban exclusive water licences beyond the statutory mandate;
(iii) The decision to grant urban exclusive water permits in violation of statutory procedures;
(iv) The granting of a licence decision to the applicant who does not meet the conditions of the licence;
(v) Other conditions under which urban exclusive water licences may be withdrawn by law.
Emissions should be withdrawn by means of obtaining urban drainage by deception, bribery.
Article 23. Urban wastewater treatment is governed by the principle of a combination of centralized and decentralized treatment.
Urban wastewater treatment units should ensure the proper functioning of wastewater treatment facilities. Unless the municipal administrative authorities and the municipal environmental administration have agreed, no deduction shall be made or ceased to operate. Due to the fact that special circumstances are not functioning properly, immediate reporting should be given to municipal administrative authorities and municipal environmental administration authorities, and the normal functioning within the specified period.
Article 24: Urban sewerage units shall be reported to the municipal administration authorities and the municipal environmental administration authorities on the status of operation of this unit by month.
Article 25 Urban sewerage units should strengthen regulations for the production of safely, establish emergency prestigation cases for emergencies and file with municipal administration authorities and municipal environmental administration authorities, and implement regular systems for the preparation of emergency scenarios.
Article 26 Municipal administrative authorities should prepare emergency scenarios for industrial emergencies, establish coordination mechanisms for emergencies, major accidents, and implement temporary intervention measures for urban wastewater treatment facilities.
The relevant sectors, such as electricity, communication, should guarantee the safe operation of urban sewerage facilities, and the need for urban sewerage facilities should be met in the event of sudden events such as the midst of the past, the epidemic.
Article twenty-eighth urban sewerage units should be treated with cement, safeguarding the stability, sound treatment and preventing two contamination.
Article 29 uses of renewable water. The units and individual operators of rehydration use are provided by law with national resources for the integrated use of the relevant preferential policies.
Removal water pipelines that are processed by urban sewerage units are prohibited from being linked to piped water.
Article 31 Responsibility for the maintenance of urban drainage facilities is determined in accordance with the following provisions:
(i) Urban public drainage facilities are vested in urban drainage management agencies;
(ii) The self-established drainage facility is the responsibility of the property rights unit or the delegated unit.
Article 31 of the municipal administrations should prepare annual maintenance plans based on the ageing, stereotyped and current needs of urban public drainage facilities, and post-commercial government approval.
Article 32 responsibilities for the management of urban drainage facilities, or units, should establish a day-to-day inspection system to maintain urban drainage facilities on a regular basis, in accordance with established technical standards and operating protocols, to ensure that urban drainage facilities are fully and functioning.
Article 33 Maintenance of management responsibilities institutions or units in theft of urban drainage facilities and the conduct of special maintenance operations should be informed by users along the ground, in accordance with operational requirements, of the suspension of the use of the relevant facilities and the normal functioning of the facility within a specified period of time.
Users along the line should suspend the use of the relevant urban drainage facilities, as required by the announcement.
Article 34 does not have the consent of the city's urban drainage management or unit, any unit or person may not interrogate urban sewerage from urban drainage facilities and the material contained therein.
Article XV Maintenance of on-site and specialized vehicles and machines in urban public drainage facilities should be marked by a clear signal that public safety transport authorities should facilitate their access and guarantee access.
Article XVI, when municipal administrative authorities perform oversight duties, has the right to take the following measures:
(i) Access to inspection on the ground;
(ii) To request the inspection unit to present the relevant certificate;
(iii) Access, reproduction of relevant documents and materials;
(iv) Units subject to inspection are required to provide clarifications on the issues.
Article 337 violates one of the following acts, which is being corrected by the municipal administration of administrative law enforcement services and may be fined by over 3,000 dollars:
(i) No urban drainage facilities are designed, mapped, construction and treasury or no urban drainage facilities are designed, tried, constructed and treasured at the appropriate level;
(ii) Urban drainage facilities have not been experienced or have received unauthorized delivery;
(iii) The construction units are not required to file with the municipal administration authorities at specified time;
(iv) Construction units are engaged in activities that endanger the safety of public drainage facilities in urban areas;
(v) The operation of the urban wastewater treatment unit and the cessation of operation;
(vi) The water pipeline will be linked to the pipe.
Article 33 Eighteen-households, in violation of article 20, subparagraphs (ii), (iii), (v), (vi), VII), and (x) of this approach, are warned by the urban administration administrative law enforcement authorities to correct the deadlines and impose fines of up to 3,000 dollars; in violation of the provisions of subparagraphs (i), (iv), (vi), (viii), (ix), (ix) and (ix) of this scheme, by the urban administration administration administration administration, by warnings, ordering the period of time and imposing a fine of up to 3,000 dollars.
Article 39 does not determine administrative penalties by the parties and may initiate administrative review or administrative proceedings in accordance with the law.
Article 40. Theft, destruction of urban public drainage facilities or obstruction of the enforcement of public functions by State organs, which are punishable by the Public Security Agency in accordance with the Law on the Safety and Security of the People's Republic of China; and the criminal accountability of the law.
Article 40. Municipal administrative authorities and relevant departments, units' staff misuse their duties, play negligence, provocative fraud, are subject to administrative disposition by their units or superior authorities; and constitute criminal liability by law.
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