Potable water means water which meets the requirements of 35 Ill. Adm. Code 604 for drinking, culinary, and domestic purposes.
Potable water means water, which meets the criteria of the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation and the United States Environmental Protection Agency for human consumption.
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See 126.96.36.199 (requiring wastewater systems conform with the Waste Water and Potable Water Supply Rules).Third, we disagree with Appellants’ suggestion that the Project will endanger the Foothills Development’s water supply.
In accordance with the Town of Jericho Land Use & Development Regulations§10.3.1., prior to issuance of a Building Permit, the applicant shall secure a Wastewater and Potable Water Supply permit from the State of Vermont.
See Waste Water and Potable Water Supply Rules § 1-807(a), 16-3 Vt. Code R.
Respond to regulatory agency inquiries, prepare and submit on-going reports Wastewater/ Recycled Water/ Potable Water – Billing & Collection 1.
More Definitions of Potable water
Potable water means any water, such as an approved domestic water supply, which is microbiologically safe and otherwise suitable for drinking.
Potable water means water that complies with the standards for transient noncommunity water systems pursuant to the California Safe Drinking Water Act (Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 116275) of Part 12).
Potable water means water which is satisfactory for drinking, culinary, and domestic purposes and meets the requirements of the department of health.
Potable water means water which is in compliance with all of the required drinking water standards specified in these Regulations, and is acceptable for human consumption.