Wastewater Treatment System Sample Clauses

Wastewater Treatment System. If at any time in the future, access to a wastewater treatment system is made available to the Leased Premises, Lessor will have the right to require the Lessee to connect to and utilize that service, at Lessee’s expense, and discontinue the use of any private on-site sewerage facility within twelve (12) months after written notice from Lessor.
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Wastewater Treatment System. A sewer system with sufficient capacity to accommodate the waste discharge for the phase or sub-phase under review and approval.
Wastewater Treatment System. The IBM Burlington facility has an on-site wastewater treatment system which discharges to the Winooski River. The discharge is regulated by a National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit issued by the state of Vermont which regulates the daily mass and concentration discharge levels of the metals and other materials used in the semiconductor manufacturing process. Of specific interest to this application, the plant has a mass based monthly average discharge limit on copper, based on water quality criteria for the receiving water, of 6.86 pounds per day. Rinsewaters from the various processes are collected in the drain system for Dilute Industrial Rinsewaters and Inorganic Wastewater for treatment through a lime precipitation process. The process removes metals, phosphorous, fluorides and solids from the wastewater stream. Present flow through this wastewater treatment system is 4.1 Million Gallons per Day (MGD). Production increases and the installation of additional tooling at the facility are projected to increase the flow to 5 MGD by the year 2000.
Wastewater Treatment System. As more particularly set forth in Exhibit C attached hereto, Landlord shall be responsible for the operation and maintenance of the industrial wastewater treatment system serving the Premises in common with other portions of the Project. Tenant shall reimburse Landlord within 15 days after receipt of an invoice for its proportionate share of Landlord’s costs in connection with the operation and usage of the industrial wastewater treatment system , including but not limited to operation, maintenance, repair, chemicals and water. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if, under generally accepted accounting principles, consistently applied, any repair cannot be expensed in the year when made, Landlord shall amortize the cost of such repair over its useful life and Tenant’s reimbursement obligations in any given year shall not exceed its proportionate share of the amount which Landlord is permitted to amortize.
Wastewater Treatment System. (A) Each Party agrees to cause its own environmental advisers to conduct, at such Party's own expense, additional tests of Phoenix's wastewater treatment system to determine whether that system is capable of meeting zinc discharge standards currently proposed or actually implemented by the Town of Andrxxx xxx Phoenix's facilities, and, if not, what additional capital expenditures or other measures may be necessary to permit the system to meet those standards. The Parties further agree to cause their environmental advisers to consult and cooperate with one another with a view toward minimizing testing expenses for each Party.
Wastewater Treatment System. BIPCO treats its wastewaters in an on-site biological WWTP. The treated effluent is discharged to the North Xxxx River using a common outfall line with the Doswell Wastewater Treatment Plant (Hanover County). The combined discharges from BIPCO and the Doswell Waste Treatment Plant are regulated under VPDES Permit No. VA0029521 issued by the Commonwealth of Virginia to Hanover County. Currently, low solid waste streams from the TMP and recycle mill are pumped to one of the two on-site clarifiers where solids are
Wastewater Treatment System. This consisted of a wet scrubber and an underground three-stage clarifier. The wet scrubber was located outside of the printed circuit board room, east of Building 1441. Operation of the wet scrubber was permitted by the South Coast Air Quality Management District. The clarifier was located beneath the 30 foot by 80 foot storage pad east of Building 1441. Chemical wastes from plating activities were treated, and the clarified liquid was discharged to the sewer, under permit from the Orange County Sanitation District. The clarifier was removed in December of 1988. The RFA concluded that there is no potential for soil, groundwater, or air release of hazardous substances from this unit based on soil sampling that was conducted in 1989 and 1992 as part of the closure activities following the removal of the wastewater treatment system.
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Wastewater Treatment System. The Contractor will be responsible for the collection of all process waste and sanitary waste steams within the site and the hookup to the sewer line. On the site all plant waste streams shall be combined into a single wastewater manhole before being discharged into the sewer line. Sampling wells shall be provided for each waste stream. Plant wastes (exclxxxxx sanitary waste) including, sample drains, washdown and miscellaneous building waste shall flow to a common waste water sump and will be pumped through a oil/water separator. From the oil/water separator, the combined plant wastewater will gravity drain to the wastewater manhole. The cooling tower blowdown shall flow to the wastewater manhole. Sanitary waste and wastewater manhole shall flow to the sanitary sewer interface point by gravity drain. Oil containment areas for the transformers and fuel oil unloading and storage areas shall be equipped with valved drain lines to permit controlled draining of accumulated rain water from those areas and shall flow through an oil/ water separator(s) to the wastewater manhole. During washdown of the gas turbines, wash water will be drained and contained in a vault. The vault will be capable of being drained by a truck with a vacuum pump. Waste discharge shall be per the City of Paris Permit requirement, and shall be designed to meet all applicable federal, state and local regulations.
Wastewater Treatment System. The wastewater treatment system at Xxxxxx represents a maximum facility required for the treatment of various plant wastewaters. The treatment philosophy that was recommended for the various waste streams generated at Xxxxxx was and is based on waste flows, characteristics and final effluent limitations. Sanitary wastes are treated in an extended aeration package unit which provides secondary treatment. Effluent from this treatment facility is subjected to disinfection by chlorination and discharged to the collection basin. The sludge produced has been and will be hauled periodically for disposal in an approved manner. Demineralizer and condensate polisher regenerate wastes, laboratory and seal trough drains, coal pile area (active and dead storage) and precipitator area runoff, bottom ash and fly ash sluicing pipe drainage and bottom ash system overflow and seal water are all nonconcurrent and vary in flow rates. These waste streams are all directed to the collection basin for equalization, neutralization, retention and removal of particulates or solids by sedimentation. Boiler blowdown does not exceed the limitations set forth for iron and copper and has been and will be directed to the collection basin, however, facilities will be provided to divert this flow to the cleaning waste retention basin, if it is found that the blowdown contains iron and copper at levels higher than the effluent limitation. The waste is then treated in a treatment facility either alone or combined with other cleaning wastes which are directed to the cleaning waste retention basin. The effluent from the treatment system is sent to the collection basin. Boiler cleaning, reheater, superheater and air preheater cleaning wastes which are occasional and may contain iron and copper in excess of effluent limitations are directed to the cleaning waste retention basin and treated to remove iron and copper. The effluent is directed to the collection basin. Any sludge that is produced in the treatment facility is disposed of in an approved manner. Equipment drain, floor drain and other miscellaneous low volume equipment cleaning wastes contaminated with oil are treated in an oil-water separator system for separation of oil and the effluent sent to the collection basin. The separated oil is collected in a waste oil storage tank for reuse or disposal in an approved manner. Storm water wastes from transformer and oil storage tank areas are collected locally in a system of drains and directed...
Wastewater Treatment System 
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