Major repair definition

Major repair means either: (1) for a dispersal system, repairs required for an OWTS dispersal system due to surfacing wastewater effluent from the dispersal field and/or wastewater backed up into plumbing fixtures because the dispersal system is not able to percolate the design flow of wastewater associated with the structure served, or (2) for a septic tank, repairs required to the tank for a compartment baffle failure or tank structural integrity failure such that either wastewater is exfiltrating or groundwater is infiltrating.
Major repair means a repair of an aeronautical product that might appreciably affect the structural strength, performance, powerplant, operation flight characteristics, or other qualities affecting airworthiness or environmental characteristics, or that will be embodied in the product using non-standard;
Major repair means the restoration of a tank or an underground storage tank system component that has caused a release of a product from the underground storage tank system. "Major repair" does not include modifications, upgrades, or routine maintenance for normal operational upkeep to prevent an underground storage tank system from releasing a product.

Examples of Major repair in a sentence

  • They are in generally funded by the Housing subsidy, Grant, Major Repair Allowance (MRA) (25m), Useable Capital Receipts (5), Borrowing (10m), and Reveune (5m).


More Definitions of Major repair

Major repair means a repair affecting the strength of the boiler.
Major repair means OWTS improvements or corrective work where such improvements involve the replacement, enlargement, or modification of a septic tank, treatment unit, or dispersal system (excluding non-perforated distribution pipes), regardless of whether or not a failure condition exists. Such repairs shall require a construction permit from the Department.
Major repair means a repair that, if improperly done, might appreciably affect weight, balance, structural strength, performance, power plant operation, flight characteristics, or other qualities affecting airworthiness; or a repair that is not done according to accepted practices or cannot be done by elementary operation.
Major repair means either: (1) for a dispersal system, repairs required for an OWTS dispersal system due to surfacing wastewater effluent from the dispersal field and/or wastewater backed up into plumbing fixtures because the dispersal system is not able to percolate the design flow
Major repair means a repair –
Major repair means alterations that refer to operations that require cutting, additions, removal or replacement of the annular plate ring, the shell-to-bottom weld or a sizable portion of the AST shell.
Major repair means a repair upon which the strength of a boiler would depend. Major repairs are those that are not of a routine nature as described in the national board inspection code.