There is no right time for unexpected investments. This was also stated by the chairman of the beekeepers association munnerstadt and surroundings. He holds a letter from the district office in his hand. The club’s attention is drawn in the letter to the fact that the clubhouse’s small-clear facility no longer meets the legal requirements under certain circumstances. This is a rather inconvenient letter. Because the club does not have money for a conversion at the moment. He is currently planning the expansion of the educational apiary, and for this all the funds of the association are committed.
The beekeepers’ association in munnerstadt is not the only gebaude owner to have received a letter from the district office in recent weeks. 231 operators of small clear systems were sent out throughout the district, according to the press officer at the district administration office, steffen hoffler. The district wants to check whether these small-capacity facilities are up to the state of the art. The main question is whether they meet the legal requirements. In its letter, the landratsamt has again referred to the government of lower franconia, which is strongly insisting on compliance with the current water regulations.
The government’s press spokesman, johannes hardenacke, confirms that they do. However, the legal situation has been pressing for years, according to hardenacke. Since 2002, there have been new legal regulations for the operation of small-scale clearing systems. The wastewater ordinance stipulates that the wastewater disposal of buildings that are not connected to a central disposal system must have biological treatment. Otherwise the legal limits would not be complied with.
Actually, the conversion of all plants was supposed to be completed in 2015. The government had repeatedly pointed out the legal situation and asked the district offices to take care of it. But there are still many unresolved issues, as is the case in the district of bad kissingen. For this reason, there has just been another meeting with the representatives of the district authorities at the wurzburg authority. The plant operators have also been made aware that there are requirements for the enclosure. "But these expired in 2015 and are not expected to be reopened", thus the bitter pill of stefan hardenacke to all, which missed this time like the beekeeper association in munnerstadt.
Dieter scholzke can remember that there was indeed a reference to the legal changes at some point in the past. The beekeepers association had so far felt on legally safe side, since it operates a clear pit, which does not lead the waste water into a water, but over a company dispose of lets. Steffen hoffler also thinks that the letter from the district office does not necessarily mean that every system has to be rerustet.
The land office offers all property owners to contact the land office if there are any uncertainties in this regard.
Dieter scholzke takes the request of the district office seriously. "We will probably have to do something," he says, he interprets the letter. However, the new building has priority for the time being, in order not to endanger the budding young talent work in the association. But dieter scholzke does not know where to install such a biological clarification system at the educational apiary. Because around the bee plant is the former mull heap of the city. And there, as is well known, as little interference as possible should be made with the soil.