(A)   When required by the Manager, the owner of any property serviced by a building sewer carrying nondomestic wastewater discharges shall provide suitable access and necessary meters and other appurtenances in the building sewer to facilitate observation, sampling, and measurements of the wastewater. Such access shall be in a readily and safely accessible location, and shall be provided in accordance with plans approved by the Manager. The access shall be provided and maintained at the owner's expense to be safe and accessible.
   (B)   The Manager shall consider such factors as the volume and strength of discharge, rate of discharge, quantities of toxic materials in the discharge, wastewater treatment facility removal capabilities, and cost effectiveness in determining whether access and equipment for monitoring nondomestic wastewater discharges shall be required.
   (C)   When the Manager determines that access and equipment for monitoring or measuring nondomestic wastewater discharges are not practicable, reliable, or cost effective, the Manager may specify alternative methods of determining the characteristics of the wastewater's discharge that will, in the Manager's judgment, provide an equitable measurement.
('81 Code, § 51.7.02) (Ord. passed 4-19-93; Am. Ord. 11011, passed 2-8-11)