Detected means at or above the ((levels prescribed by WAC 246-290-300(4) for inorganic contaminants, at or above the levels pre- scribed by WAC 246-290-300(7) for organic contaminants, at or above the levels prescribed by 40 C.F.R. 141.131 (b)(2)(iv) for disinfection byproducts, and at or above the levels prescribed by 40 C.F.R. 141.25(c) for radioactive contaminants)) SDRLs under chapter 246-390 WAC.
Examples of Detected in a sentence
Detected errors/unusual network behavior should be isolated and controlled.
Not Detected (ND)Those sample results less than the laboratory’s MDL.
More Definitions of Detected
Detected means that the analyte concentration exceeded the laboratory reporting limit. ***TPH-ORO is not soluble – if detected, add to TPH-DRO and compare to TPH-DRO standardDTSC Modified MCLs = California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) HERO HHRA Note Number 3, issued June 2018, Table 4 DTSC-Modified Groundwater Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCLs)Shading = Contaminant not listed on HERO Note 3; therefore, DTSC recommends usage of May 2018 EPA MCLs The groundwater sample results of analysis revealed the following: 1) No PAHs or PCBs were detected at concentrations greater than the laboratory method detection limits in the samples submitted for those analyses.
Detected means measured in a laboratory at a concentration that is at or above the method detection limit. “Diatomaceous earth filtration” means a treatment process that results in substantial particulate removal in which a pre- coat cake of diatomaceous earth filter media is deposited on a support membrane (septum) and, while the water is filtered through the precoat cake on the septum, additional filter media (body feed) is continuously added to the feed water to maintain the permeability of the precoat cake.