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With the second reading approval of an ordinance Thursday, the city of Shelbyville has taken a stiffer stance against non-stormwater discharges.
In general, the ordinance prohibits discharges of "substances that, either by their chemical makeup or by the quantity of it, just don't belong out on the surface of the ground, or in the streams, or in the storm sewer system," engineer Kerry Magan said.
This ordinance has four objectives:
1) To regulate the contribution of pollutants.
2) To prohibit Illicit connections and illegal discharges.
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