Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same,
SECTION 1. Any city, town or sewerage district which may now or hereinafter use the joint facility known as the Wayland/Sudbury septage facility located in the town of Wayland and the town of Sudbury for the receipt and disposal of privy, cesspool and septic tank contents, assesses a charge for the use of such facilities directly upon the owner or tenant of real estate from which such contents have been collected, and such charge is not paid on or before the due date, then such charge together with interest thereon and costs relative thereto shall be a lien upon such real estate which shall take effect and be enforced in the same manner as provided under sections sixteen B to sixteen F, inclusive, of chapter eighty-three of the General Laws. For purposes of this act, whenever in said sections sixteen B to sixteen F, inclusive, the words "board or officer in charge of the sewer department" or their equivalent appear, they shall also mean and include the board or officer responsible in any city, town or district for assessing any charge upon receipt and disposal of privy, cesspool and septic tank contents as described above.
SECTION 2. The provisions of this act shall become effective in any city, town, or sewerage district using said facility upon acceptance by the participating city, town or sewerage district and by the filing by the respective clerk of a certificate of such acceptance in the proper registry of deeds.