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E-M:/ RE: / Can unpermitted sewer force hookup?

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This is a great question - I suspect the answer is yes - based on the enforeceability of local ordinances which would be the authority for requiring the connection - although in the case of drinking wells some people have refused to connect and have resisted the requirement to connect - I am curious if anyone has any specific cases were this has been litigated. On the other hand if one argued the connection would make the discharge worse - that may be very effective.
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Subject: E-M:/ Can unpermitted sewer force hookup?

Can a sewer authority force an individual to connect to a system that does not  have a state discharge permit and that is discharging illegally, e.g.  phosphate and chloride exceedances, groundwater  discharge venting to surface, etc... ?
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