Process water definition

Process water means water used for producing a product or product content or water used for research and development, including, but not limited to, continuous manufacturing processes, water used for testing and maintaining equipment used in producing a product or product content, and water used in combined heat and power facilities used in producing a product or product content. Process water does not mean incidental water uses not related to the production of a product or product content, including, but not limited to, water used for restrooms, landscaping, air conditioning, heating, kitchens, and laundry.
Process water means any water that is generated during the crushing and/or cleaning of quarried materials and cleaning of gravel. Process water does not include stormwater or quarry dewatering water unless such waters are commingled with process water. Process water discharges shall include wastewater generated from process- related activities such as truck washing, and all dry-weather discharges from processing plants. Wastewater from pumping of mine pits containing stormwater only is not considered as process water.
Process water means water used in the treatment plant;

Examples of Process water in a sentence

  • Process water filtration systems and demineralizers, demineralized water tanks, and demineralizer vents.

  • Process water does not mean incidental water uses not related to the production of a product or product content, including, but not limited to, water used for restrooms, landscaping, air conditioning, heating, kitchens, and laundry.

  • Clever M, Jordt F, Knauf R, Räbiger N, Rüdebusch M, and Hilker-Scheibel R, Process water production from river water by ultrafiltration and reverse osmosis, Desalination 2000, 131, 325–336.

  • Process water reclaimed from the tailings pond and from the plant will be collected in a 63,700 m3 process water pond.

  • Process water treatment or materials shall use the least toxic products and raw materials available.


More Definitions of Process water

Process water means water used or produced during the mineral development activities.
Process water means water used in an industrial process, such as water used for rinsing, cooling, chemical reactions, and gas scrubbing, and which may require specific treatment to produce the quality of water needed for the process but does not include water that will be used in the actual product manufactured;
Process water means any water used in the manufacturing, preparation or production of goods, materials or food. Process water is an industrial waste.
Process water means the water used in the scheduled depuration process.
Process water means water used by industrial water users for producing a product or product content or water used for research and development. Process water includes, but is not limited to, continuous manufacturing processes, and water used for testing, cleaning, and maintaining equipment. Water used to cool machinery or buildings used in the manufacturing process or necessary to maintain product quality or chemical characteristics for product manufacturing or control rooms, data centers, laboratories, clean rooms, and other industrial facility units that are integral to the manufacturing or research and development process is process water. Water used in the manufacturing process that is necessary for complying with local, state, and federal health and safety laws, and is not incidental water, is process water. Process water does not mean incidental water uses.
Process water means municipally supplied water consumed in an industrial activity that is not discharged to the Municipality’s sewage system.
Process water means seawater in depuration tanks during the time that the shellfish are being depurated, or the water used in a tank system where molluscan shellfish are cultivated, or the water in wet storage tanks during the time the shellfish are being wet stored.