Water / Wastewater

WASTEWATER DIVISION SCHEDULE OF FEES:

 § 208.35B      Wastewater discharge permit application

 (4.)  Wastewater discharge permit fees

  • Sanitary only                                           $50
  • Sanitary with special waste                  $200
  • Sanitary with process chemical           $500

§ 249.5     Fee for connection of new sewer services.

A fee of $400 per unit will be charged to connect to the municipal sewerage system.   This charge will apply to renovations and new services.                       

For non-residential uses, the number of units shall be calculated by dividing the design flow by 330 gallons per day (gpd) which is the flow generated by a hypothetical three-bedroom single family residence.  The design flow for non-residential users shall be determined using the Sewage System Flow Design flow values found in the most current version of Title V of the State Environmental Code (310 CMR 15.000).

§ 249.18    Wastewater laboratory analysis rates

Analysis rates varies for each test or call the Wastewater Treatment Plant at (978) 374-2382

§ 249.19     Wastewater collection system analysis and wastewater lift station analysis fees.

In any subdivision plan consisting of three (3) or more lots within such subdivision, the Wastewater Department shall require the Owner or Developer of such subdivision to apply for and have performed a Wastewater Collection System Analysis.  Application shall be made to the Wastewater Department together with a fee of $400.00.

In any subdivision plan as outlined above which includes a lift station or requires service by an existing lift station, the Wastewater Department shall require the owner or developer of such subdivision to apply for and have performed a wastewater lift station analysis.  Application shall be made to the Wastewater Department together with a fee of $400.00.

The wastewater collection system analysis and, if required as outlined above, the wastewater lift station analysis will be performed under supervision of the Wastewater Department and the results thereof will be used by the Wastewater Department in its review of the subdivision plan.

In any subdivision plan consisting of fewer than three or a group of contiguous lots, it will be within the sole and exclusive jurisdiction on of the Wastewater Department to require or not require the performance of a wastewater collection system analysis and wastewater lift station analysis.

§ 249.20  Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) fee.

A fee of $1,000 per unit for Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) needs will be charged for each
connection to the municipal sewerage system.  The fee will be payable at the time of filing for a sewer service application.  This fee will apply to all new or rehabilitated buildings on a unit basis including a Form “A” lot.

For non-residential uses, the number of units shall be calculated by dividing the design flow by 330 gallons per day (gpd) which is the flow generated by a hypothetical three-bedroom single family residence.  The design flow for non-residential users shall be determined using the Sewage System Flow Design flow values found in the most current version of Title V of the State Environmental Code (310 CMR 15.000)

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