(A)   Voluntary user program; user initiated,  should a user present to the city, at any time prior to being required to do so by the city, information, data, plans, schedules, and the like relating to a proposed procedure for the prevention of discharges in violation of the provisions of this chapter, the city may receive such material and initiate procedures for the preparation of a compliance directive relating to that user without the need for review and standards meetings.  Neither the presentation of material to the city nor the acceptance of such material by the city nor the commencement of procedures for the issuance of a compliance directive shall prevent the city from issuing any notice of violation nor does it exempt any user from the provisions of this chapter.
   (B)   Voluntary program; city initiated.
      (1)   The following voluntary proceedings between the city and a user whose wastewater has been shown to violate the industrial wastewater discharge permit or any provisions of this chapter may be followed by the city in an effort to assist the user and to ensure compliance with this chapter without court action.  The proceedings outlined in this division are voluntary and are not to be construed as conditioned precedent for the city using any of the remedies forthset in chapter.
      (2)   Should analysis by the city indicate that the limitations on discharge have been exceeded in the discharge of a user, a violation is alleged to have occurred.  The city shall notify the user, in writing, (which writing is hereinafter called a notice of review) as to the particulars of such alleged violation and set a time and place for a meeting (hereinafter called a review meeting) to be attended by representatives of the city and the user.  The purpose of this meeting shall be to discuss and establish means of preventing violations of any of the limitations on discharge.
(Ord. 1984-35, passed 12-18-84)