Direct discharge definition

Direct discharge means the discharge of a pollutant.
Direct discharge means the discharge of treated or untreated wastewater directly into the waters of the State of Michigan.
Direct discharge means the concentrated release of stormwater to tidal waters or vegetated tidal wetlands from new development or redevelopment projects in the Critical Area.

Examples of Direct discharge in a sentence

  • Limitation of wastewater discharge Article 64 Direct discharge of pollutants into groundwater shall not be allowed except in cases provided for in the regulation under Article 60, paragraph 3 of this Act.

  • Direct discharge refers to an uninterrupted hardened conveyance system; Note to be used in conjunction with Node Descriptions.FIGURE 1-2.


More Definitions of Direct discharge

Direct discharge means a discharge without prior opportunity for mixing and dilution sufficient to prevent a lowering of the existing ambient water quality.
Direct discharge means the discharge of treated or untreated wastewater directly to the waters of the state of California.
Direct discharge means the "discharge of a pollutant".
Direct discharge means the discharge of treated, partially treated, or untreated wastewater directly to the waters of the State.
Direct discharge means, for purposes of this Volume, either a point or nonpoint discharge which enters Class I, Class II, Outstanding Florida Waters (OFWs), or Class III waters which are approved, conditionally approved, restricted, or conditionally restricted for shellfish harvesting without an adequate opportunity for mixing and dilution to prevent significant degradation. Examples of direct discharge include the following:
Direct discharge means the discharge of treated or untreated wastewater directly to the waters of the state.
Direct discharge means the “discharge of a pollutant” from source directly into a receiving water body.