(A)   The coordinator may revoke a wastewater discharge permit for good cause, including, but not limited to, the following reasons:
      (1)   Failure to notify the coordinator of significant changes to the wastewater prior to the changed discharge;
      (2)   Failure to provide prior notification to the coordinator of changed conditions pursuant to § 52.089;
      (3)   Misrepresentation or failure to fully disclose all relevant facts in the wastewater discharge permit application;
      (4)   Falsifying self-monitoring reports or otherwise creating, maintaining and/or providing inaccurate or false information, data, documents and/or reports with respect to the user’s discharge or any other information or documentation required to be maintained or provided under this chapter, the user’s permit, wastewater discharge or applicable federal and state pretreatment laws and regulations;
      (5)   Tampering with monitoring equipment;
      (6)   Refusing to allow the coordinator timely access to the facility premises and records;
      (7)   Failure to meet effluent limitations;
      (8)   Failure to pay fines and/or penalties;
      (9)   Failure to pay sewer charges;
      (10)   Failure to meet compliance schedules;
      (11)   Failure to complete a wastewater survey or the wastewater discharge permit application;
      (12)   Failure to provide advance notice of the transfer of business ownership of a permitted facility;
      (13)   Violation of any pretreatment standard or requirement, or any terms of the wastewater discharge permit or this chapter; or
      (14)   Failure to provide any or all documents and information as may be requested by the city.
   (B)   Wastewater discharge permits shall be voidable upon cessation of operations or transfer of business ownership. All wastewater discharge permits issued to a particular user are void upon the issuance of a new wastewater discharge permit to that user.
(Ord. 1433, passed 7-1-2002)