Sec. 19-4-6. Pollution prevention permit conditions.

Pollution prevention permits shall be expressly subject to all provisions of this chapter, use charges and fees adopted by the city, and all other application statutes and regulations. Pollution prevention permits shall contain the following:
(1) Permit duration (not to exceed five years) and the date of expiration;
(2) Statement of nontransferability;
(3) Self-monitoring, sampling reporting, notification, and recordkeeping requirements. If monitoring is deemed necessary by the city, these requirements shall include an identification of pollutants to be monitored, sampling location, sampling frequency, sample type, and whether such monitoring is to be performed by the user;
(4) Requirements for implementation of best management practices, and inspection and sampling facilities;
(5) Requirements for maintaining and retaining records relating to wastewater discharge as specified by the city, and affording city access thereto;
(6) Requirements for notification to the city of any new wastewater constituents discharged to the WPCF;
(7) The conditions attached to the pollution prevention permit may include such ordinary and special restrictions as may be necessary or desirable to protect the WPCF from interference, physical damage, overload or disruption of treatment processes, and may (without limitation by reason of enumeration) include limitations with respect to the volume, rate of discharge, BOD, suspended solids content; grease and oil concentration or any other physical or chemical characteristics of the proposed discharge;
(8) A description of the mechanism for reclassifying discharger in the PPP to a discharger in the WIPP; and
(9) Other conditions as deemed appropriate by the city to ensure compliance with this chapter, and state and federal laws and regulations. In the discretion of the city, such conditions may address the CTR, the NTR, or a water quality plan adopted or proposed to be adopted by the SWRCB pursuant to Water Code Section 13170. (Ord. No. 1271, § 1 (part).)