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I have a small solar, 232 m2, and the town hall rejects connecting it to the sewage system because it is not buildable ( edificable) due to being smaller than 500 m2. I would like to install a septic tank there so that I can live there in a caravan or a shed. Can it be done in a permissionless way? Is there any law / regulation where I could read about the matter?

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    Not an answer to your legal question but no one would use a septic in this day and age - you need an home sewage treatment plant.
    – Dale M
    Oct 31, 2023 at 11:57
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    @DaleM - that seems location specific. Septic is quite common in many parts of the US, even for new construction.
    – Jon Custer
    Oct 31, 2023 at 12:38
  • In my part of the world, you need more space for a septic than that, because it's not just a question of finding space for "a tank"; the tank just settles out solids. The remaining water ("effluent") still needs to go somewhere, which takes space and needs to be set a distance away from certain things for health reasons.
    – Dan Getz
    Oct 31, 2023 at 13:41
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    The fine for an illegal septic system in Spain per la Ley de Aguas is about 7K, and apparently if you are within 100m of a sewer system you must connect to it. If they are refusing to connect you to the sewer, that suggests that you so not have a solar, you have a plot of land which you have been denied permission to make into a solar. Purportedly, a permit for a septic system is mandatory, you can check boe.es/buscar/act.php?id=BOE-A-2001-14276
    – user6726
    Oct 31, 2023 at 16:38

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