Chapter 13.20


13.20.010    Health officer to approve disposal systems in federal government buildings.

13.20.020    Bond or escrow fund required.

13.20.030    Charge against bond or escrow fund authorized.

13.20.010 Health officer to approve disposal systems in federal government buildings.

No individual person, firm or corporation shall cause to be constructed, built or installed any sewerage disposal system financed or insured directly or indirectly by the federal government for any house, houses or buildings, unless said sewerage system is approved by the health officer or his agent. [Ord. 98-0023 §§ 1, 2 (KCC 13.16.010).]

13.20.020 Bond or escrow fund required.

The King County health officer or his agent may require either a bond executed by a reputable bonding company doing business within the State of Washington, or a cash deposit to be held in escrow for a period of one year after occupancy of the premises, or until approval by the Seattle-King County health department, whichever is the longer period of time, that the bond or cash so deposited in trust or escrow be used as a guarantee that the sewerage disposal system will work effectively and comply with all sanitary regulations. [Ord. 98-0023 §§ 1, 2 (KCC 13.16.020).]

13.20.030 Charge against bond or escrow fund authorized.

In the event that repairs or changes are necessary in the sewerage disposal system during the aforementioned period, the bond or escrow funds shall be subject to any charge or expense that may be incurred in the repairing or change of the sewerage system. [Ord. 98-0023 §§ 1, 2 (KCC 13.16.030).]