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The town may discontinue wastewater treatment and disposal service to a customer when:
(A) A government agency having jurisdiction informs the town that the effluent from the publicly-owned wastewater treatment facility is no longer of a quality permitted for discharge to a watercourse, and it is found that the customer is delivering wastewater to the wastewater system that cannot be sufficiently treated or that requires treatment that is not provided by the town.
(B) The customer commits any of the following actions:
(1) Discharges industrial wastewater of a quality or quantity that is in violation of the waste discharge permit; commits any action prohibited by the permit or provision of this subchapter; or fails to comply with any required provision of the permit or provision of this subchapter.
(2) Discharges waters or wastes having a deleterious effect upon the wastewater system.
(3) Discharges wastewater at an uncontrolled, variable rate in sufficient quantity to cause an imbalance in the wastewater system or the wastewater treatment process.
(4) Fails to pay user charges or other fees for wastewater services when due.
(5) Discharges prohibited wastes to the public sanitary sewer.
(6) Makes a connection of a building sewer to a public sanitary sewer at a point other than the publicly provided access point.
(7) Discharges inflow, or uncontaminated cooling water or process water into the public sanitary sewer.
(8) Fails to properly clean and dispose of wastes collected in grease or grit interceptors.
(9) Discharges industrial wastewater under provisions of a waste discharge permit issued to a person other than the customer discharging the wastewater.
(10) Fails to renew an expired waste discharge permit.
(11) Fails to meet compliance schedules.
(12) Otherwise violates the provisions of this subchapter or fails or omits to perform in such a manner as to constitute good cause for disconnection contrary to the purpose and intent of this subchapter.
(Ord., passed 7-28-83; Am. Ord. 1072, passed 4-14-88)