(A)   Authorization to adopt and enforce best management practices. The director may adopted requirements establishing appropriate BMPs for any activity, operation or facility which may cause or contribute to pollution or contamination of the storm drain system. If relevant BMPs have been promulgated by the city or any federal, state or county agency for an activity, operation or facility that would otherwise cause the discharge of pollutants to the storm drain system or watercourses, every person undertaking such activity or operation, or owning or operating such facility must implement such BMPs.
   (B)   Responsibility to implement best management practices. Any person engaged in activities or operations or owning facilities or property that will or may result in pollutants entering the storm drain system, or watercourses, as determined by the director, must implement applicable BMPs to the extent they are technologically and economically achievable to prevent or reduce such pollutants.
   (C)   Minimum BMPs for particular urban activities.
      (1)   Minimum BMPs for mobile car washes are full containment under and around the vehicle being washed, capture of all water used in the washing operation, and hauling of the captured wash water to a legal point of disposal.
      (2)   Minimum BMPs for building or sidewalk pressure washing are to use high pressure and low volume of water with no additives at an average usage of 0.006 gallons per square foot of surface area to be rinsed, capture all water used in the washing operation, and haul the captured wash water to a legal point of disposal.
      (3)   Minimum BMPs for landscape irrigation are inspection of irrigation systems to minimize contact with impervious surfaces, and segregation of runoff from the irrigated area following treatment (pesticide or fertilizer application) to prevent introduction of pollutants.
(Ord. No. 2459, 2876)