Sec. 36-34. Inspection of premises and access to records.
The director and other duly authorized representatives of the city shall inspect the facilities of the industrial user to ascertain that the purpose of this chapter is being met and all state and federal requirements are being complied with. Persons or occupants of the premises where wastewater is created or discharged shall allow the city' representative ready access at all reasonable times to all parts of the premises for the purpose of inspection of or sampling or in the performance of any of their duties.
The city representative shall, at reasonable times, have access to inspect and copy the IU's wastewater discharge records, sample any effluent which the owner of such source is required to sample, inspect any monitoring equipment or method, and inspect any wastewater meter.
The city shall have the right to set up in the IU's property such devices which are necessary for collecting samples and measurement of flow.
Where the IU has security measures in force, the user shall make necessary arrangements with their security guards that personnel from the city with proper identification will be permitted to enter without delay for the purpose of performing their duties.
The director and other duly authorized employees of the city shall bear proper credentials and identification and shall be permitted to enter all properties for the purpose of but not limited to inspection, surveillance, measurement sampling, repair and maintenance of any portion of sewage works within the property, observation of pretreatment program and other activities related to the performance of the representa-tive's duties. During an inspection, the property owner shall not limit the areas to be inspected by city representative. (Ord. No. 2102 (NCS).)