Section 22-219 Testing, reporting and recordkeeping.
Prior to the adoption of Ord. 16734 on 01/02/2001, Section 22-219 read as follows.
(a) Any person discharging other than domestic wastewater to the city sewers
shall submit to
the director at such intervals as he may prescribe a report accurately describing the character and
quantity of all such wastes discharged in the city sewers during the period covered by the report.
In order to ensure compliance with these provisions, the director may at any time take such
measurements, collect such samples, and run such laboratory analyses at the contributor's
expense on representative samples of any waste as may be deemed necessary. All tests performed
by the city or by the owner for submittal to the city shall be in accordance with standard
laboratory methods as set forth in section 22-219.2.
(b) All records, books, documents, memoranda, reports, correspondence and any
summaries thereof relating to monitoring, sampling and chemical analysis shall be kept for not
less than three (3) years.
(c) Records of sampling and analyses shall
include, but are not limited to, the following:
(1) The date, exact place, time, and methods of sampling or measurements,
preservation techniques or procedures;
(2) Who performed the sampling or measurements;
(3) The date(s) analyses were performed;
(4) Who performed the analyses;
(5) The analytical techniques or methods used; and
results of such analyses.
(Code 1964, § 14.802; Ord. No. 10059, § 2, 2-6-84; Ord. No. 14914, § 1, 8-5-96)