Temporary campgrounds, A temporary campground, as permitted under pursuant to 12VAC5-450-40 F, shall be exempt from the following requirements of this chapter:
Density The density, size, and designation requirements of 12VAC5-450-70 B through D. However, temporary campgrounds A permit holder shall establish a maximum number of campsites and campers . Temporary campground permit holders shall; ensure that the size, location, and orientation of campsites do not prohibit the safe and timely evacuation of campsites in the event of an emergency ,; and ensure that vehicular traffic routes and parking are located where they do not endanger pose a safety risk to campers.
Permanent The permanent water supply requirements of 12VAC5-450-80.
a. If the permit holder provides potable water
is provided in the form of a waterworks or private well, then it must the potable water shall comply with 12VAC5-450-80 A, B, and D through I. If no piped water source is provided, then the permit holder shall make available bottled water that complies with 21 CFR Part 129 shall be available, and shall advertise the unavailability of piped water must be advertised to campers prior to the time of the temporary camping event.
Water may be transported in from a source that meets If the permit holder provides water that is transported to a temporary campground, the source of the water shall meet the requirements of 12VAC5-450-80 A. Water shall be The permit holder shall ensure that water is transported in tanks of food-grade construction and maintain maintains a one-parts-per-million chlorine residual. With the exception of portable hand washing sinks, the permit holder shall ensure that Any tanks, hoses, or appurtenances that are used to distribute water shall be are of food-grade construction, be disinfected between uses, and be protected from contamination and backflow.
c. If the permit holder provides portable hand washing sinks, the permit holder shall ensure that the sink water maintains a one-parts-per million chlorine residual, and shall display a sign stating "Hand washing water is not for drinking."
3. The dump station and slop sink requirements of 12VAC5-450-90 D, E, and G.
a. Greywater disposal barrels or approved equivalents shall be provided and serviced during the event unless all of the following conditions apply: (i) piped water is not available, (ii) portable showers and handwashing sinks are provided, and (iii) cooking and campfires are prohibited. Only water from cooking, washing, or bathing shall be disposed of in greywater barrels. b. a. If self-contained camping units are present at the campground, the permit holder shall ensure that a sewage handler who possesses a valid sewage handling permit as required by 12VAC5-610 and any license required by the Board for Waterworks and Wastewater Works Operators and Onsite Sewage System Professionals Licensing Regulations (18VAC160-40 et seq.) and Title 54.1 of the Code of Virginia shall be is available to pump holding tanks as appropriate during the event. Sewage handlers must possess a valid sewage handling permit as required by 12VAC5-610 and any licensure required by the Board for Waterworks and Wastewater Works Operators and Onsite Sewage Professionals in accordance with that board's regulations (18VAC160-30 and 18VAC160-40) and Title 54.1 of the Code of Virginia.
b. The permit holder shall service and provide greywater slop sinks or disposal barrels at least daily during an event held at a temporary campgrounds when:
(1) Piped water is not available;
(2) Portable showers and hand washing sinks are provided; and
(3) Cooking and campfires are prohibited.
The permit holder shall ensure that water from cooking, washing, or bathing is disposed of in greywater barrels.
Permanent The permanent sanitary facility requirements in 12VAC5-450-100 A, B, and I. However, The permit holder shall provide portable toilet facilities shall be provided at the ratio of at least one toilet for every 75 campers, and shall ensure that at least one toilet shall comply complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (42 USC § 12101 et seq.). No campsite shall may be farther than 500 feet from any a portable toilet. Portable sinks and showers are not required, although The permit holder shall provide hand sanitizer must be provided in all portable toilets where if portable sinks are not provided. All portable units shall be serviced The permit holder shall ensure that the portable sanitary facilities are serviced at least daily during the event unless the applicant or permit holder can demonstrate that they are provided in numbers significant there are enough portable sanitary facilities to warrant a reduced-maintenance service schedule. If the temporary campground has permanent bathroom facilities, the facilities may count towards the required number of portable toilets. Campers The permit holder may exclude campers who will be camping in self-contained camping units shall not be counted toward from the total number of campers in for the purposes of calculating the required number of portable toilets.