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In addition to the provisions in SMC 15.08.260, any user that violates the following conditions will be subject to discharge termination:

A. Violation of special agreement conditions;

B. Failure to accurately report the wastewater constituents and characteristics of its discharge;

C. Failure to report significant changes in operation or wastewater volume, constituents and characteristics prior to discharge;

D. Refusal of reasonable access to the user’s premises for the purpose of inspection, monitoring or sampling;

E. Violation of the pretreatment standards outlined in this ordinance;

F. Failure to provide advance notice of special agreement transfer as stated in SMC 15.08.250;

G. Failure to properly renew the special agreement as stated in SMC 15.08.270.

Users will be notified of the proposed termination of discharge and offered an opportunity for a hearing before the City Hearing Examiner pursuant to this ordinance and Chapter 14.95 SMC to dispute the proposed termination action. Initiation of a termination proceeding by the City shall not be a bar to, or a prerequisite for, taking any other action against the user. The Hearing Examiner is specifically authorized to conduct such hearings and is authorized to enter written findings, conclusions and a decision based on the criteria set forth in subsections A through G of this section and SMC 15.08.260. (Ord. 2351, 2018)