Sec. 10-2.613.  No introduction of chemicals into water supply.
   No person shall install, maintain, or use any water treatment mechanism, device, or contrivance on any domestic water supply line, or introduce any chemical into any domestic water supply line to or within any consumer premises, in any manner without the prior written approval and authorization of the Health Department and the water purveyor. In the event of any violation of the provisions of this subsection, the water purveyor shall notify the owner, or authorized agent of the owner, of the violating premises of such violation. The water purveyor shall set a reasonable time, not to exceed ten (10) days, for the owner to have the violation removed or corrected. Upon the failure of the owner to have the violation corrected by the end of the specified time interval, the water purveyor, if in his judgment an imminent health hazard exists, may cause the water service to the building or premises to be terminated until the violation is corrected as provided in this subsection.
(Ord. 1516-NS, eff. June 5, 2009)