Point of discharge means the jurisdictional end of a private water system where the water from a private water system can be sampled immediately before it enters the plumbing jurisdiction. The point of discharge includes the sampling port immediately before, at, or after the pressure tank where no required treatment exists. Where continuous disinfection or water treatment is required on the private water system the point of discharge is the sampling port immediately after the retention tank, treatment media tank, or mixing tank for chemical disinfectant or the sampling port immediately after the ultraviolet light device.
Examples of Point of discharge in a sentence
Point of discharge locations from the proposed project site that preserve the natural drainage patterns and existing outfall locations, in accordance with Minimum Requirement 4 (Preservation of Natural Drainage Systems and Outfalls).
More Definitions of Point of discharge
Point of discharge means a location at which concentrated stormwater runoff is released, "Outfall" means, when used in reference to municipal separate storm sewers, a point source at the point where a municipal separate storm sewer discharges to surface waters and does not include open conveyances connecting two municipal separate storm sewers, or
Point of discharge means that location in or adjacent to a body of water at which any liquid, solid, or gaseous substances are discharged or deposited.
Point of discharge means the end of a pipe, or the first release point of any diffuser fitted to a pipe. If the discharge is through a channel it means the first point in the channel where the water level is affected by tidal movement, provided that the point of discharge must be at or beyond the boundary of the premises where the activity is carried on that is subject to environmental authorisation;