16.09.095   Modification, suspension or revocation of industrial wastes discharge permit.
   (a)   Any permit for industrial wastes discharge may be revoked, made subject to additional terms or conditions, modified or suspended by the superintendent in addition to other remedies provided by law, for good cause, including, but not limited to, the following:
   (1)   To incorporate any new or revised federal, state, or local pretreatment standards or requirements;
   (2)   To address significant alterations or additions to the discharger's operation, processes, or wastewater volume or character since the time of the individual wastewater discharge permit issuance;
   (3)   To address a change in the plant that requires either a temporary or permanent reduction or elimination of the authorized discharge;
   (4)   To stop a discharge or a threatened discharge which presents a hazard or a threat of hazard to the sanitary sewer system, plant, personnel, public health, safety, welfare, natural environment, the receiving waters or which violates this chapter;
   (5)   For violation of any terms or conditions of the discharge permit;
   (6)   For misrepresentations or failure to fully disclose all relevant facts in the discharge permit application or in any required reporting;
   (7)   For revision of or a grant of variance from categorical pretreatment standards;
   (8)   To correct typographical or other errors in the individual wastewater discharge permit;
   (9)   To reflect a transfer of the facility ownership or operation to a new owner or operator where requested in accordance with Section 16.09.080(e); or
   (10)   To implement programs or policies required or requested of the city by appropriate state or federal regulatory agencies.
   (b)   Any discharger notified of the superintendent's intent to revoke, make subject to additional terms or conditions, modify, or suspend the discharger's permit shall immediately comply with directives of the superintendent or cease and desist the discharge of all industrial wastes or such portion of said wastes as will eliminate the wrongful discharge to the sanitary sewer system pending any hearing that the discharger may request as set forth in Section 16.09.100.
   (c)   The superintendent shall reissue or reinstate any industrial wastes permit or modified permit upon proof of satisfactory ability to comply and/or compliance with all discharge requirements, and the payment of any costs, fines, or penalties which may be assessed. The superintendent may require any permit holder to develop and implement a compliance schedule for any proposed modification to permit terms and conditions.
(Ord. 5084 § 2 (part), 2010)