1377.13  NUISANCE.
   (a)   No owner, occupant or person in charge, by himself, his agent or employee, shall cause, suffer or allow the emission of air contaminants into the atmosphere so as to cause a nuisance as determined by the Commissioner of Air Pollution Control, or his duly authorized representative.
   (b)   An emission may also be deemed a nuisance, when by processing, storing, handling, or transporting of solids, semi-solids, liquids or gases in such a manner as to create toxic, obnoxious, or offensive gases or visible evidence of particulate matter so as to deny the occupant, or occupants the enjoyment of their life or property in the affected area, as determined by the Air Pollution Control Officer.  The affected person or persons may file a complaint in writing with the Commissioner of Air Pollution Control.
   (c)   After an emission is deemed a nuisance as provided in subsection (b) hereof or by the Commissioner or his duly authorized representative under subsection (a) hereof, the Commissioner shall issue an order for abatement as provided in Section 1373.11 of this Code.
(Ord. 1970-69.  Passed 7-28-70.)
Sampling and Testing
1379.01   Sampling and testing
1379.02   Test facilities and access.
1379.03   Emission test methods.
1379.04   Tests costs.
Emission regulations - see BLDG. Ch. 1377