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(A) The Administrator or other member of the Agency may enter, at any reasonable time, with reasonable notice, into or upon any private or public property, for the purpose of inspection and investigation of any condition or equipment which the Administrator has reasonable cause to believe is causing pollution in violation of this chapter.
(B) The Administrator or other member of the Agency may inspect, at any reasonable time and in a reasonable manner, with reasonable notice, any record relating to the use of equipment or control apparatus which may affect the emission of air contaminants or any record relating to the use of fuel or the distribution, storage or transportation of fuel.
(C) During the course of any inspection, if the Administrator or other member of the Agency obtains a sample of contaminant, fuel, process material or other material which may affect the emission of contaminants, he or she shall give the person in charge a receipt for the sample obtained, if requested to do so prior to leaving the premises.
(D) If samples of air contaminants are taken for analysis, a duplicate of the analytical report shall be furnished, upon request, to the person in charge.
(E) If photographs are taken on private property, such photographs must be offered for inspection to the person in charge, and the Administrator shall cooperate in providing copies of the photographs at the expense of the person requesting them.
(F) If the Administrator believes that a consultant is needed to accompany him or her or another member of the Agency in making an inspection or assisting in conducting tests, the person in charge is to be given advance notice thereof.
(G) No person shall refuse entry to, or obstruct, delay, prevent or in any way interfere with, the Administrator or other member of the Agency while the Administrator or such other member is carrying out an inspection or in the performance of his or her duties. Should such right of entry be unreasonably denied, then the Administrator is authorized to obtain a search warrant.
(Ord. 103-1993, passed 12-20-1993)