National Parks of Canada Water and Sewer Regulations
9 (1) No person shall install a septic tank or dry privy in a park without the permission in writing of the superintendent.
(2) No person shall install a sewer in a park that is not to be connected to the sewer system in that park without the permission in writing of the superintendent.
(3) An application for permission to install a septic tank or a sewer that is not to be connected to the sewer system in a park shall be accompanied by
(a) plans and specifications of the proposed septic tank or sewer, including an estimate of the cost thereof; and
(b) a fee of $1 for each $1,000 or fraction thereof of the cost of such septic tank or sewer as stated in the estimate referred to in paragraph (a).
(4) The superintendent may grant permission to install in a park a septic tank, dry privy or sewer if the park has no sewer system to which a connection can be made after taking into consideration the following:
(a) the capacity of the park’s sewer and water distribution systems;
(b) any technical or material constraints;
(c) the preservation of the park’s natural resources and the protection of its cultural, historical and archaeological resources;
(d) the safety, health and enjoyment of persons who are visiting or residing in the park; and
(e) the preservation, control and management of the park.
- SOR/88-38, s. 7(F)
- SOR/93-165, s. 3
- SOR/96-171, s. 20(E)
- SOR/2001-320, s. 20(F)
- SOR/2010-140, s. 7
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