New Sewage Generator Application

Complete the application below for approval of hauled wastewater from:

  • Domestic sources from a non-residential property (such as septic tank or holding tank containing wastewater from normal human activities at a commercial, institutional or industrial location)
  • Non-domestic sources (such as wastewater from winery, process, ground or contaminated storm sources)

Only new generator applications within the Niagara region should apply. It is the sewage haulers responsibility to ensure that the generator is an approved and registered source with Niagara Region.

* = Required

Approved Sewage Generators

Search for an approved generator below by address to confirm whether or not your location is already approved. If the name you searched is not available, complete and submit the application form below for consideration of approval.

Business Information

Contact Information

Sewage Information

* Sewage type

* Source

Sewage Characteristics

Terms and Conditions

  • The sewage generator may be required to bear costs for any treatability analysis or additional testing that may be required by the Niagara Region
  • Wastes containing high levels of oil and grease (such as those originating from grease traps, Dissolved Air Floatation units) are not accepted at any of the Niagara Region's Hauled Sewage Disposal Locations and must be appropriately disposed of by the sewage generator
  • For the initial disposal of domestic sewage, the Generator Application may be submitted with the Hauled Sewage Record form at time of disposal
  • The Niagara Region has the right to request a facility inspection at any reasonable time agreed upon by the generator

Notice of Collection

Any personal information or personal health information submitted will be collected, used, and disclosed, where applicable, by members of Regional staff according to the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act or the Personal Health Information Protection Act. Any information you share will only be used for the intended purpose for which it was provided.

For questions or comments about privacy practices, or for more information about the administration of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act in Niagara Region programs, see Freedom of Information and Open Government.

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