receiving waters

receiving waters

water bodies into which waste is emptied from treatment plants.
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From 2013 to 2017, the project team completed eight strategically chosen stormwater projects to decrease the transport of microbes to receiving waters by reducing the volume of surface runoff.
Effluent limitations serve as the primary mechanism in NPDES permits for controlling effluent discharge to receiving waters.
Although these rivers only flood occasionally, the lakes and receiving waters are key breeding sites for waterbirds, including pelicans.
Appendices are included that present models of the fate and transport of DBPs, the formation of nitrosamines, and best management practices for receiving waters in order to avoid DBPs in drinking water.
In all four cases, the Commission considers that where the capacity of existing facilities to deal with flows of urban waste water is exceeded, overflow systems are used, resulting in substantial amounts of untreated waste water being discharged into the receiving waters (rivers or the sea) on a regular basis, causing pollution and representing a threat to health and the environment.
The groups' attorney, John Farrow, said Boeing racked up 49 violations for exceeding the pollution limits of its permit, and 88 violations for polluting the receiving waters, or creeks where field lab runoff flows.
Application: Adding DTPA to the digester could reduce manganese (Mn) in effluents to receiving waters.
Theorists projected that if this soil arrives at the right time in summer, the resulting iron enrichment of receiving waters should fertilize the growth of blue-green algae known as Trichodesmium.
those constituents that do, in fact, impair the designated beneficial uses of the receiving waters for a particular discharge on a site-specific basis.
A primary goal of Long Beach's Stormwater Management Plan is to protect receiving waters -- rivers, estuaries, lagoons and the ocean -- by reducing and controlling pollutants from entering the storm drain system.
The services sought include wet and dry-weather sampling at major outfalls, receiving waters, and TMDL compliance monitoring sites at specified frequencies and locations, coordination of laboratory analysis of the water sample for the constituents described at a State certified analytical laboratory, data analysis, report writing capabilities, and report submission according to the attached Scope of Work.
This collection of articles includes recent research relevant to such management, addressing chemical, biological and sedimentary pollutants from streams to receiving waters and then to the coastal ecosystem.