(A)   Remedies, in addition to those previously mentioned in this chapter, are available to the POTW Director who may use any single one or combination against a noncompliant user.
   (B)   Additional available remedies include, but are not limited to:
      (1)   Criminal violations.  The District Attorney for the Judicial District may, as the request of the county, prosecute noncompliant users who violate the provisions of G.S. § 143-215.6B;
      (2)   Injunctive relief.  Whenever a user is in violation of the provisions of this chapter or any order or permit issued hereunder, the POTW Director, through the County Attorney, may petition the Superior Court of Justice for the issuance of a restraining order or a preliminary and permanent injunction which restrains or compels the activities in question;
      (3)   Water supply severance.  Whenever an industrial user is in violation of the provisions of this chapter or an order or permit issued hereunder, water service to the industrial user may be severed and service will only recommence, at the user's expense, after it has satisfactorily demonstrated ability to comply; and
      (4)   Public nuisances.  Any violation of the prohibitions or effluent limitations of this chapter or of a permit or order issued hereunder, is hereby declared a public nuisance and shall be corrected or abated as directed by the POTW Director.
(Ord. passed 8-22-1994)