The Board of Public Works or any of its authorized representatives may make such inspections or investigations as said Board deems necessary at any reasonable time, in any building, premises or lot for any of the purposes set forth in this section. No person shall interfere with, prevent or refuse to permit the entry of said Board or any of its authorized representatives into or upon any building, premises or lot for any of the purposes set forth in this section. (Amended by Ord. No. 113,953, Eff. 8/23/59.)
(a) To determine the size, depth and location of any sewer or storm drain connection.
(b) To determine the outlet of any sewer or storm drain connection by depositing testing materials in any plumbing fixture attached thereto and flushing the same, if necessary.
(c) To determine by measurements and samples the quantity and nature of sewage or waste water being discharged into any sewer, storm drain or water course.
(d) To inspect, test, and sample the discharge of any device used to prevent the discharge into any seer, storm drain or water course of illegal waste or illegal quantities of waste, such as floor drains, sand boxes, grease traps or other clarifiers, also, of those devices used to grind, shred, pulverize, or otherwise treat garbage or industrial waste, before discharging same into a sewer or storm drain.
(e) To determine the location of roof, swimming pool and surface drains, and whether they are connected to a street gutter, storm drain or sewer.
(f) To determine the nature and quantity of flow in any open water course or storm drain.
(g) To locate, inspect, test, and sample the discharges to, from and within a PSDS. (Added by Ord. No. 160,388, Eff. 10/21/85.)