§ 52.03  NOISE AND ODORS.
   (A)   No interim waste water treatment plant shall be permitted to emit exterior noise above 45 decibels at property line of the property on which it is placed.  No interim waste water package treatment plant shall be permitted to emit offensive odors beyond the property line of the property on which it is placed.
   (B)   Should any interim waste water treatment plant violate the terms of this section, the city shall notify the permittee of the violation and he shall correct the violation immediately.  If the permittee fails to correct the violations within ten calendar days of notification, the city shall make the corrections and the permittee shall reimburse the city for any expense incurred in the correction.  To insure the adequate correction and reimbursement of any violations, the permittee shall deposit a bond with the city as herein provided which the city shall use to correct any violations under this section.
   (C)   A certified check, cashier's check, or bank officer's check in the amount of $0.10 per gallon of plant capacity made payable to the city shall accompany each application for a permit as a bond to insure adequate correction of any violations under this section.  A performance bond, written by a corporate surety company holding a certificate of authority from the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States, as acceptable sureties on federal bonds in the amount equal to the bond amount, executed and issued by a resident agent licensed by the State, representing the corporate surety to be approved by the City Manager may be substituted for the cash bond.  If the application is not granted, the bond will be returned in full to the applicant.
   (D)   Any cost of correcting violations under this section greater than the amount of the bond that is not paid by the permittee shall constitute a lien upon the property upon which the plant is located. Any monies held by the city under this section that are not spent by the city in accordance with this section, shall be returned to the permittee upon the successful compliance with § 52.02.
('58 Code, § 49.35) (Ord. 73-17, passed 2-27-73; Am. Ord. 73-53, passed 6-26-73)  Penalty, see § 52.99