Sec. 13-4-40.   Specially regulated wastes.
   (a)   Industrial wastes. No person shall discharge or cause to be discharged any industrial waste of any type into the City's sanitary sewer or storm sewer system unless written permission is received from the City.
   (b)   Inflow/infiltration. No person shall discharge or cause to be discharged into the sanitary sewer of the City storm water drainage from the ground surface, roof leaders, catch basins, or any other source, or subsurface drainage or groundwater.
   (c)   Other wastes. Industrial cooling water, unpolluted process waters, bakery/restaurant wastes, car washing wastes, swimming pool drainage and floor drainage from enclosed and covered areas may be connected to the sanitary sewerage system only by a special permit from the City. A permit for such purpose will be considered by the City based upon an application containing the following general information:
      (1)   Name and address of the owner.
      (2)   Location of the property for which the request is made.
      (3)   Description of the facility or operation requested for connection.
      (4)   Estimated quantities and qualities of the waste to be discharged, including maximum rates.
      (5)   Plans and specifications of related waste-generating processes and any pretreatment processes.
   (d)   The City may issue permits for the connections conditioned upon the following, but not limited to:
      (1)   The construction of flow-measuring and/or sampling devices.
      (2)   The construction of valves or gates to stop flows on an emergency basis.
      (3)   The construction of grease, oil and sand traps, or other pretreatment facilities.
(Ord. 334 § 4.3, 2005; Ord. 347 §1, 2008)