§ 51.061  PERMITS REQUIRED FOR SIGNIFICANT INDUSTRIAL USERS; CONTENTS.
   (A)   It shall be unlawful for significant industrial users to discharge wastewater to the KLSWA sanitary system without first obtaining a permit from the Authority regulating the discharges.
   (B)   The permits will be enforceable and will contain, at minimum, these elements:
      (1)   A statement of duration which will in no case exceed five years;
      (2)   A statement of non-transferability without a minimum of prior notification to the POTW and provisions for copies of the existing permit to the new owner or operator;
      (3)   Effluent limits based on applicable pretreatment standards as outlined in 40 C.F.R. § 403, or local limits as contained in this chapter; and
      (4)   Industrial discharge permits will include specific self-monitoring, sampling, reporting, notification and record keeping requirements. Permits shall contain the following:
         (a)   Limits on the maximum rate of discharge;
         (b)   Limits on the concentration of identified wastewater constituents;
         (c)   Requirements for the installation of appropriate technology to prevent the introduction of pollutants to the treatment works;
         (d)   Requirements for spill control plans;
         (e)   Requirements for the installation of inspection and sampling facilities;
         (f)   Specifications for monitoring programs including frequency of sampling and specification of parameters;
         (g)   Compliance schedules;
         (h)   Requirements for submission of reports;
         (i)   Requirements for retaining records;
         (j)   Requirements for notification of accidental or slug discharges;
         (k)   Other requirements or conditions deemed appropriate by the Manager to ensure compliance with this chapter and state or federal laws, rules and regulations regarding industrial discharges to local sanitary systems; and
         (l)   A statement of applicable civil and criminal penalties for violation of pretreatment standards, regulations and applicable compliance schedules. In no instance may compliance schedules extend beyond applicable federal guidelines.
(Ord. passed 4-24-1995)  Penalty, see § 51.999