Any industry or structure discharging industrial wastes to the sanitary sewer, and any other person who applies for sewer service, receives sewer service, or through the nature of the enterprise creates a potential environment problem shall, unless otherwise authorized by the Authority Manager:
   (A)   Provide a plan map of the building, works or complex, with each outfall to the surface waters, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, natural watercourse, or groundwaters noted, described, and the waste stream identified;
   (B)   Sample, test and file reports with the Authority Manager and the appropriate state agencies on appropriate characteristics of wastes on a schedule, at locations, and according to methods outlined in § 51.050(D)(5);
   (C)   Provide an affidavit placing waste treatment facilities, process facilities, waste streams or other potential waste problems under the specific supervision and control of persons properly qualified to supervise the facilities;
   (D)   Provide a report on raw materials entering the process or support system, intermediate materials, final product, and waste by-products as those factors may affect waste control;
   (E)   Maintain records and file reports on the final disposal of specific liquid, solids, sludge, oil, radioactive material, solvent or other waste;
   (F)   If any industrial process is to be altered so as to include or negate a process waste or potential waste, written notification shall be given to the Authority Manager subject to approval;
   (G)   Submit annual progress reports to the Authority Board outlining progress towards compliance with categorical pretreatment requirements developed by the Environmental Protection Agency;
   (H)   Within 90 days following the date for final compliance with the pretreatment standards set forth in this chapter or within 90 days following commencement of discharge by a new discharger, any discharger subject to this chapter shall, in addition to the information required by § 51.050 and this section, report whether applicable pretreatment standards are being met on a consistent basis. If not, the discharger shall indicate what additional operation and maintenance or pretreatment is necessary to insure compliance. This statement shall be signed by an authorized representative of the discharger and certified to by a qualified engineer;
   (I)   If the sampling performed by an industrial user indicates a violation of this chapter, the user shall notify the wastewater plant within 24 hours of becoming aware of the violation. The user shall also repeat the sampling and analysis and report the results to the Authority within 30 days of the initial violation unless the Authority agrees to perform the sampling within the 30-day deadline; and
   (J)   New sources, when subject to a national categorical pretreatment standard, shall submit a base line report at least 90 days prior to commencement of discharge to the POTW.
(Ord. passed 4-24-1995)  Penalty, see § 51.999