Overflow definition

Overflow means the release of manure or process wastewater resulting from the accumulation beyond the point where manure, process wastewater, or stormwater can be contained by the manure storage area.

Examples of Overflow in a sentence

  • At the end of the month, total the daily occurrences from all locations on your system and report this number using reporting code 74062 (Overflow Occurrence, No./Month) on the 4500 form for station number 300.

  • The report may be submitted electronically using the NPDES Annual Sanitary Sewer Overflow Report available through the Ohio EPA eBusiness Center, Division of Surface Water NPDES Permit Applications service.

  • Although the above table indicates that the Measuring Frequency for Overflow Occurrence is 1/Month, the intent of that provision is to specify a reporting frequency for Overflow Occurrence, not a monitoring frequency.

  • Water Services: Pressure on the water networks in Mosul has increased, especially as it was established to accommodate certain numbers of the population, and doubling demand in the same place means more: 1 - Overflow on the water network through the digging of the streets and breaking the sidewalks by citizens to extend water pipes to their homes.

  • Reported Overflow – The Village reported a sewer overflow event to the MDEQ and Health Department on April 12th and 15th.

More Definitions of Overflow

Overflow means discharge of manure to the environ- ment resulting from flow over the brim of a facility or from flow directed onto the ground through a man−made device including a pump or pipe.
Overflow means the intentional or unintentional diversion of flow from the POTW before the POTW treatment plant.
Overflow. – means the intentional or unintentional diversion of flow from the PVSC collection system before the PVSC Treatment Works.
Overflow or "overflowing solid waste" means solid waste of non-residential or multifamily dwelling customers that is deposited on the ground outside of a solid waste container or excess solid waste that has been piled onto a solid waste container that is already full to such an extent that the solid waste exceeds the water level designed capacity of the container.
Overflow means any diversion of flow from a POTW before the POTW treatment plant.
Overflow means any release of sewage from any portion of the collection, transmission, or treatment system other than through permitted outfalls.
Overflow means a discharge to the environment from the Works at a location other than the approved effluent disposal facilities or via the effluent disposal facilities downstream of the Final Effluent sampling point;