(A)   No person may discharge to the public sewer any waste which by itself or by interaction with other wastes may:
      (1)   Injure or interfere with wastewater treatment processes or facilities;
      (2)   Constitute a hazard to humans or animals; or
      (3)   Create a hazard in receiving waters of the wastewater treatment plant effluent.
   (B)   Any new connections from inflow sources into the sanitary sewer portions of the sewer system shall be prohibited.
   (C)   (1)   It is the intention of the city to regulate present and future industrial wastewater which might be discharged by a user of the facilities.
      (2)   Wastewater introduced into the facilities shall contain no toxic or other pollutants in amount or concentration as determined by the city that endanger public safety or the physical integrity of the treatment works or cause violation of effluent or water quality limitations or preclude the use of the most cost-effective wastewater treatment and sludge disposal system.
(`90 Code, § 18-44)  (Ord. 2758, passed 1-8-85)