14.1. Any bouncer whose location is a restaurant or other industrial premises where food is cooked, processed or prepared, takes all necessary measures to ensure that oil and grease cannot be discharged into the „sanitary sewers”, that is, any part of the sewage treatment plant for the collection and transport of wastewater to a sewage treatment plant; 11.5. The region may exempt an administrator from the requirements for the development of a pollution prevention plan if the loader has implemented and maintains a currently registered ISO 14001 program, accredited by the Standard Council of Canada or the Registrar Accreditation Board and currently accredited by an external auditor. When such an exemption is granted, the kidnapper keeps a registered copy of ISO 14001 on site and makes it available to the region for verification by a prison officer and, upon request, makes a copy of the desired manner and form available to the region free of charge. 6.1. A charger must complete a discharge information form submitted by the region and submit it to the region within 30 calendar days following the written notification by the region that such a report is necessary. 6.3. When an unloader in the region is required to complete a report on the discharge report, the discharge giver notifies in writing any changes to the information requested in the report at least 30 days before this amendment comes into effect. This communication contains relevant details of any changes to operating, wastewater or wastewater treatment facilities and contains all wastewater analyses and other spill information required by the region. Landfill permits and agreements are required when private water (water not purchased by the city) is discharged into the city`s pipeline system, including assault sewers, sanitary sewers or combined sewers. The City of Toronto Sanitation Act requires that a pipeline discharge permit and/or agreement be obtained and executed before a private water transfer can take place.