Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same,
Notwithstanding the provisions of section fifty-three of chapter forty-four of the General Laws, the town of Hanover may establish in the town treasury a revolving fund which the town treasurer of said town shall keep separate and apart from all other monies and in which fund shall be deposited fees from private septage haulers. Said funds may be paid over to any city, town or sewerage district approved by the commonwealth under the provisions of section thirty-one D of chapter one hundred and eleven of the General Laws, and pursuant to a contract executed under the provisions of section four of chapter forty of the General Laws between such city, town or district and the town of Hanover. Said funds and interest thereon shall be expended for septage treatment without further appropriation under the direction of the board of health.