(A)   Consumers who use large amounts of water which is not discharged to the sanitary sewer system may realize a savings in sewer user charges by having a separate meter to measure such sewerage usage. This meter must be installed pursuant to the specifications and requirements of the village and the consumer must bear the full costs of the installation, operation, maintenance, repair, and annual calibration of such a meter.
   (B)   If the meter becomes inoperable or fails to measure accurately, sanitary sewer charges shall be based upon the amount of water usage measured by the water meter until the sewage meter has been repaired and is operating properly and measuring accurately.
(Ord. 97-104, passed 2-3-1997)