(a) Dwr Cymru insists on a Section 104/adoption agreement The context of design and construction standards for new sewers is described in the following sections. Perhaps most obvious is the overall structure of the system, including the length of the pipes and whether there are elements necessary to ensure that the water flow is controlled by the system at a reasonable price for the canal system. The eighth edition of “Sewers for Adoption” was an evolution of the seventh edition, but included guidelines on the elements of South American features that could be adopted by water companies. The final version of the new edition of “Sewers for Adoption” was originally scheduled to be published in 2019 or 2020. However, the eighth edition project became the Sewer Sector Guidance (SSG), published in 2019 and effective April 1, 2020. The SSG only applies to water ,… However, companies that operate entirely or mainly in England are part of a review of the entire process of introducing the channel, which aims to standardise the procedure. In England, the drainage system and lateral exits for acceptance would meet the requirements of the SSG. The developer would not have to accept the sewers if this is not required by the site`s building permit. The versatility of plastic tube systems means that a number of wells, which can be channeled and channeled to reception specifications, are also available for acceptance specifications, to ensure that water passes through the system and that obstructions are reduced to reduce maintenance costs.
In accordance with their own guidelines, the law and requirements of the Welsh Government sect 106B clearly states “it is a crime to build/install a canal or side exits before an adoption agreement comes into force.” WW is aware that this illegal act took place. I would like to send a copy of the correspondence to The Welsh Government, The Police, The Council Planning Dept, The Developer, The Search agencies, The Head of WW, The Planning Officer Phil Russell, NHBC, The Residents and all the other agencies involved. Similarly, we may conduct or support negotiations with the water company regarding pipelines (section 185) or canal location requirements (section 98). The various section numbers refer to the Water Industry Act 1991. On December 21, 2016, it was recognized that the connection to the public sewers was separated. D`r Cymru has been trying to work with the developer to get an S104 agreement, and although we have successfully approved the drainage project, the developer has not yet reached an S104 adoption agreement. However, since the unauthorized link was separated, no legal action was taken. Please note that the application of the mandatory sewer introduction is based on the area served by DCWW and not by the Border between England and Wales, see “Fund – Compulsory Adoption (Wales only)”. The path to an agreement under Section 104 begins with an initial flood risk assessment and takes into account drainage requirements for the entire area to ensure that local surface water sanitation and drainage systems are taken into account and not overburdened.