Wastewater Regulations & Policies

Title
Date
Description
Assessment Policy (PDF)
April 16, 2019These guidelines are intended to implement the provisions of KRS 220.380(2) and KRS Chapter 107 and to serve as guidance for the Board of Directors of SD1, management of SD1 and the public at large when the Board elects to extend sanitary sewer facilities into previously unserved areas and to equitably assess the costs of such improvements to the owners of lots or parcels directly served thereby.
Backup Assistance Agreement, Application for Backup Assistance, Release of Claims (PDF)
August 8, 2018Supporting documentation for the Backup Assistance Program.
Backup Assistance Program Policy (PDF)
May 1, 2017N/A



Fats, Oils and Grease Management Policy (PDF)
January 26, 2012This document outlines SD1’s policy and guidelines regarding the control and discharge of Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG). It includes the responsibilities of SD1, Food Service Establishments (FSEs) and Waste Haulers. It also contains the design specifications and requirements for Grease Control Equipment (GCE) in FSEs. For questions about the content of this document, please contact Industrial Pretreatment Specialist, Jason Crawford, at 859-547-1109.
Sanitary Sewer Ownership Criteria for New Construction (PDF)
June 4, 2019This document lists criteria used to determine sewer ownership of new sewers and should be utilized and followed during the site design. For questions regarding this document please contact Andy Aman, Plan Review Manager, at 859-578-6880 or aaman@sd1.org.
Sanitary Sewer Rules and Regulations (PDF)
December 30, 2019SD1’s Sanitary Rules and Regulations provide SD1 with the legal authority to control the sewer system and monitor the wastewaters discharged to the public wastewater treatment system under its management. This control, along with other controls affected by these Rules and Regulations, is necessary not only to conform to federal and state Environmental Protection Agency laws and regulations, but also to provide for the consistent, reliable and efficient functioning of the District’s wastewater collection and treatment systems.