§ 52.33  HEAVY METALS AND TOXIC MATERIALS.
   (A)   No discharges may contain concentrations of heavy metals greater than amounts specified in division (B) below.
   (B)   The maximum allowable concentrations of heavy metals stated in terms of milligrams per liter (mg/l), determined on the basis of individual sampling in accordance with Standard Methods, are:
Heavy Materials
Amount
Heavy Materials
Amount
Aluminum
90.737 mg/l
Arsenic
0.05 mg/l
Barium
5.0 mg/l
Boron
1.0 mg/l
Cadmium
0.02 mg/l
Chromium (total)
5.0 mg/l
Copper
1.0 mg/l
Cyanide
0.414 mg/l
Lead
0.1 mg/l
Manganese
1.0 mg/l
Mercury
0.00296 mg/l
Nickel
1.0 mg/l
Selenium
0.02 mg/l
Silver
0.1 mg/l
Zinc
2.179 mg/l
 
   (C)   No other heavy metals or toxic materials may be discharged into public sewers without a permit from the approving authority specifying conditions of pretreatment, concentrations, volumes, and other applicable provisions.
   (D)   Prohibited heavy metals and toxic materials include, but are not limited to:
      (1)   Antimony;
      (2)   Beryllium;
      (3)   Bismuth;
      (4)   Cobalt;
      (5)   Molybdenum;
      (6)   Uranylion;
      (7)   Rhenium;
      (8)   Strontium;
      (9)   Tellurium;
      (10)   Herbicides;
      (11)   Fungicides; and
      (12)   Pesticides.
(Ord. 75-717A, passed 7-17-1975; Ord. 20-0317, passed 3-17-2020)  Penalty, see § 52.99