Draining definition

Draining means human-induced activities such as ditching, excavation, installation of tile drains, hydrologic modification by surface water runoff diversion, pumping water from wells, or similar activities such that the activities have the effect of artificially dewatering the wetland or altering its hydroperiod.
Draining means stopping water applications to a flooded or non-flooded field and/or removing water out of the field to expose soil.
Draining means human-induced activities such as ditching, excavation, installation of tile drains, hydrologic

Examples of Draining in a sentence

  • Pumping and Draining: Excavate areas in such manner as to afford adequate drainage.

  • Draining remaining water and cleaning the pump filterThe filter system in your machine prevents solid items such as buttons, coins and fabric fibers clogging the pump impeller during discharge of washing water.

  • With your permission, I have instead assumed that the Notes and the Indenture are governed by the internal substantive laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

  • Draining prevents excessive compression heat at high pressure seat by allowing seat to open on pressurization.

  • Draining or tapping into sprinkler piping or plumbing risers or loops.

  • Drainable Type (Self Draining, Self Venting); Manufacturer standard: l.

  • Draining the Water HeaterCAUTION: Shut off power to the water heater before draining water.DANGER: Before manually operating the relief valve, make certain no one will be exposed to the hot water released by the valve.

  • Applicable Development Site Draining to a Regional WQCV Control Measure: The regional WQCV control measure must be designed to accept the drainage from the applicable development site.

  • Draining across rear or side lot lines may be permitted provided that drainage onto adjoining properties is skillfully controlled.

  • Draining the air / moisture from air conservators of circuit breakers.

More Definitions of Draining

Draining means the work of excavating, installing, altering, removing or repairing sub-surface fittings or pipes designed to receive the discharge from soil or water pipes and carry that discharge to a common sewer, drain or septic tank;
Draining means any human activity that diverts or reduces wetland groundwater and/or surface water
Draining means artificially changing ground or surface water wetland hydrology by constructing or enhancing drainage (i.e., making the site/area less wet), including widening streams, constructing or widening ditches, or installing drains (e.g., tiles).

Related to Draining

  • drain means (subject to Section 219(2) of the 1991 Act) a drain used for the drainage of one building or any buildings or yards appurtenant to buildings within the same curtilage;

  • Irrigation service means any separately metered connections for vegetation irrigation with no discharge into the sanitary sewer system.

  • Drainage means the movement of water to a place of disposal, whether by way of the natural characteristics of the ground surface or by artificial means;

  • Pruning means the appropriate removal in accordance with good arboricultural practices of not more than one-third of the live branches or limbs of a tree or more than one-third of the live branches or limbs on a tree as part of a consistent annual pruning program;

  • Pavement means any type of improved surface that is within the public right-of-way and that is paved or otherwise constructed with bituminous, concrete, aggregate, or gravel.

  • Hazing means committing an act against a student, or coercing a student into committing an act, that creates a substantial risk of harm to a person, in order for the student to be initiated into or affiliated with a student organization, or for any other purpose. The term hazing includes, but is not limited to:

  • Toileting means getting to and from the toilet, getting on and off the toilet, and performing associated personal hygiene.

  • Eating means feeding oneself by getting food into the body from a receptacle (such as a plate, cup or table) or by a feeding tube or intravenously.

  • Stripping means any activity that removes the vegetative surface cover including tree removal, clearing, grubbing, and storage or removal of topsoil.

  • Curbside “Curb” means that portion of the right-of-way adjacent to paved or traveled roadways, including the end of a driveway, curb line or alley line. Containers will be placed as close to the roadway as practicable without interfering with or endangering the movement of vehicles or pedestrians.

  • Potable means water suitable for drinking by the public.

  • Topsoil means those horizons in a soil profile, commonly known as the “O” and the “A” horizons, containing organic material and includes deposits of partially decomposed organic matter such as peat;

  • Sanitary with respect to a building, means it is free from danger or hazard to the health of persons occupying or frequenting it or to that of the public, if such danger arises from the method or materials of its construction or from any equipment installed therein, for the purpose of lighting, heating, ventilating, or plumbing.

  • Flue means a passage for conveying the products of combustion from a gas appliance to the external air.

  • Pests means Birds, Vermin and Insects.

  • Toilet means a disposal apparatus used for urination and defecation, fitted with a seat and flushing device.

  • Wildlife habitat means a surface water of the state used by plants and animals not considered as pathogens, vectors for pathogens or intermediate hosts for pathogens for humans or domesticated livestock and plants.

  • Dewatering means the removal of water for construction activity. It can be a discharge of appropriated surface or groundwater to dry and/or solidify a construction site. It may require Minnesota Department of Natural Resources permits to be appropriated and if contaminated may require other MPCA permits to be discharged.

  • Roads means streets, roads and highways.

  • Stormwater means water resulting from precipitation (including rain and snow) that runs off the land’s surface, is transmitted to the subsurface, or is captured by separate storm sewers or other sewage or drainage facilities, or conveyed by snow removal equipment.

  • Shrub means and refer to a woody plant, smaller than a tree, consisting of several small stems from the ground or small branches near the ground.

  • Drainage system means one or more artificial ditches, tile drains or similar devices which collect surface runoff or groundwater and convey it to a point of discharge.

  • Indoors means within a fully enclosed and secure structure that complies with the Washington State Building Code, as adopted by the City, that has a complete roof enclosure supported by connecting walls extending from the ground to the roof, and a foundation, slab, or equivalent base to which the floor is securely attached. The structure must be secure against unauthorized entry, accessible only through one or more lockable doors, and constructed of solid materials that cannot easily be broken through, such as 2” by 4” or thicker studs overlain with 3/8” or thicker plywood or equivalent materials. Plastic sheeting, regardless of gauge, or similar products do not satisfy this requirement.

  • Loading means the quantity of a specific substance present per unit of surface area, such as the amount of lead in micrograms contained in the dust collected from a certain surface area divided by the surface area in square feet or square meters.

  • Incineration means an engineered process involving burning or combustion of solid waste to thermally degrade waste materials at high temperatures;

  • Drip irrigation means any non-spray low volume irrigation system utilizing emission devices with a flow rate measured in gallons per hour. Low volume irrigation systems are specifically designed to apply small volumes of water slowly at or near the root zone of plants.