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(a) Permit and Registration Required.
(1) A person commits an offense if the person knowingly engages in mobile commercial cosmetic cleaning without a valid permit issued by the Village.
(2) A person commits an offense if the person knowingly operates or causes to be operated a mobile commercial cosmetic cleaning vehicle which is not registered with the Village.
(b) Permit Application Procedures.
(1) A person required by this section to have a permit shall complete and file a permit application on a form prescribed by the Village.
(2) The Village may require any information on an application that the Village believes is necessary to ensure that best management practices are implemented by the permittee.
(3) The application shall include a description and the vehicle license registration number of each vehicle to be registered under the permit. All motor vehicles and trailers used to transport cosmetic cleaning rigs shall be registered. However, a motor vehicle which is used to tow a trailer registered with the Village and which is not used to transport a cosmetic cleaning rig itself, shall not be required to be registered.
(4) Any applicant who utilizes wash water recycling units shall list all sanitary sewer discharge locations and other disposal sites the applicant intends to use.
(c) Issuance of Permit and Registration Certificates.
(1) The Village may issue a permit and registration certificates after the applicant pays all applicable fees, unless the Village has cause to deny such permit. The Village shall provide for procedures to add registered vehicles to a permit during its term.
(2) A permit shall be valid for one year from the date of its issuance, unless suspended or revoked. Registration certificates shall be valid for the term of the permit.
(3) Neither a permit nor a registration certificate shall be transferable.
(4) The Village Council shall set an annual fee for a permit and each registration certificate issued under this chapter.
(5) The Village will issue a registration number to each vehicle registered under a permit, and listed on the permit. A registration number is not transferable.
(6) The Village will issue a registration certificate for each vehicle registered under a permit. The certificate shall be of a size and design determined by the Village.
(d) Display of Registration Numbers and Certificates.
(1) A permit holder shall have the registration numbers permanently displayed on each of its vehicles registered under the permit as follows:
(A) The registration number shall be placed on both sides of the vehicle in a location approved by the Village.
(B) The registration number shall be in numerals of a minimum height of three inches, in a color contrasting to their background, and in a visible location.
(2) A permit holder shall place a registration certificate on each registered vehicle in a location approved by the Village.
(3) A person commits an offense if the person operates or causes to be operated a mobile commercial cosmetic cleaning vehicle which does not properly display the registration number assigned to that vehicle by the Village.
(4) A person commits an offense if the person operates or causes to be operated a mobile commercial cosmetic cleaning vehicle which does not properly display a valid registration certificate.
(e) Permit Conditions. As a condition of receiving and maintaining a permit under this section a permit holder shall comply with the following:
(1) A permit holder shall immediately notify the Village of any management changes in the business during the time the permit is in effect.
(2) A permit holder shall submit samples of wash water and/or waste water to the Village or to an authorized representative of the Village, immediately upon their demand.
(3) A permit holder who utilizes wash water recycling units shall:
(A) Notify the Village in writing of all changes in disposal sites it wants to use during the permit period;
(B) Discharge wash water into the sanitary sewer only at those sites listed in its permit application; and
(C) Before the end of each permit period:
l. Test or cause to be tested a representative sample of its recycled wash water discharge to determine compliance with the discharge limits and prohibitions of this chapter;
2. Report the results of such tests in writing to the Village; and
3. Sign and certify the report as required by this chapter.
(4) A permit holder shall immediately notify the Village when it sells or otherwise disposes of a vehicle registered under its permit.
(5) A permit holder shall ensure that all of its employees engaged in mobile commercial cosmetic cleaning are knowledgeable of the discharge prohibitions to the MS4 under this section, and shall require all its employees to use best management practices when engaging in mobile commercial cosmetic cleaning. For exterior cleaning, best management practices shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
(A) Accumulations of oil and grease which have not dried shall be pre-cleaned with absorbent clay (kitty litter) or a similar material and properly disposed of prior to washing.
(B) Storm sewer entrances which will receive the wash water shall be screened to catch leaves and other debris. Wash water discharge shall comply with this chapter.
(C) Wash water discharged to the MS4 shall first pass through an oil absorbent boom or pad to absorb hydrocarbons so that no oil sheen is present on the discharge. Wash water discharge shall comply with this chapter.
(D) Wash water which does not comply with this chapter shall be discharged into the sanitary sewer system. Discharge shall be at the job site when possible. Wash water from recycle rigs which does not comply with this chapter shall be disposed of in compliance with subsection (3) of this section. Grit and sludge shall not be disposed of through the sanitary sewer.
(6) A permit holder shall ensure that all of its vehicles registered under the permit display the registration numbers and certificates as required by this chapter, and shall not allow unregistered vehicles to engage in mobile commercial cosmetic cleaning.
(7) A permit holder shall not discharge to the MS4 in violation of this chapter.
(8) A permit holder shall not discharge wastewater to the sanitary sewer system in violation of this chapter.
(9) A permit holder shall not discharge wastewater into the sanitary sewer, either on a job site or off a job site, without the permission of the owner of the property upon which the sewer inlet is located. The permit holder shall provide proof of such permission to the Village upon demand.
(10) A permit holder shall not create or maintain a nuisance in violation of this chapter.
(f) Permit Denial and Revocation.
(1) The Village may deny a permit, or after notice and hearing revoke a permit if:
(A) The permit application contains a false statement of a material fact;
(B) If the person engages in operations that do not consist solely of cosmetic cleaning; or
(C) If the permit holder or an employee of the permit holder has violated a permit condition.
(2) An applicant whose permit is denied will be notified by the Village, in writing, of the denial and the grounds therefore. Such notice will be sent certified mail, return receipt requested, to the mailing address listed on the application.
(3) An applicant whose permit is denied may request a reconsideration no later than the tenth day after receipt of the notice of denial.
(4) A permit may be suspended or revoked in accordance with this chapter.
(1) A vehicle transporting cosmetic cleaning wash water or wastewater which is leaking or spilling from such vehicle is hereby declared to be a nuisance.
(2) Any premises upon which cosmetic cleaning wastewater has accumulated and which is emitting noxious or offensive odors, or which is creating an unsanitary condition, or which is injurious to the public health or the environment is hereby declared to be a nuisance.
(Ord. 03-004. Passed 2-18-03.)