Receiving waters definition

Receiving waters means the waters of the state into which point and non-point sources flow.
Receiving waters means waters of the United States, as defined under the Clean Water Act. Receiving waters include surface bodies of water that serve as discharge points for the Storm Water Conveyance System, such as creeks, rivers, reservoirs, lakes, lagoons, estuaries, harbors, bays, and the Pacific Ocean.
Receiving waters means the waters into which this environmental authority authorises releases of mine affected water.

Examples of Receiving waters in a sentence

  • Receiving waters such asimpaired waters or waters listed in the Alaska Department of Fish &Game (ADF&G) Anadromous Waters Catalog.

  • Receiving waters and groundwater potentially impacted by this Project are protected in accordance with the Water Quality Control Plan for the Sacramento River and San Joaquin River Basins, Fifth Edition, May 2018 (Basin Plan).

  • Receiving water(s) names: BCWCD#2 C-2 & C-3 Canal, SFWMD Hillsboro Canal Basin Water Management District: South Florida Water Management District Environmental Look Around meeting date: 2/15/2018 Attach meeting minutes/notes to the checklist.

  • Receiving waters: Identify all surface waters and wetlands within one mile of the construction site, including the location where storm water will discharge to the receiving waters.

  • Receiving waters and groundwater potentially impacted by this Project are protected in accordance with the water quality control plans (Basin Plan) for the regions and other plans and policies which may be accessed online at: http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/plans_policies/.


More Definitions of Receiving waters

Receiving waters means all groundwater and surface water that are not disturbed areas authorised by this environmental authority.
Receiving waters means all surface water bodies in the Los Angeles Region that are identified in the Basin Plan.
Receiving waters means all perennial and intermittent waters of the State into which the runoff of storm water from a construction activity will actually discharge, either directly or indirectly.
Receiving waters means the surface waters of the state into which an effluent is or may be discharged.
Receiving waters means waters of the State supporting warm water fisheries, or waters of the State classified as trout streams, into which the runoff of storm water from a construction activity will actually discharge, either directly or indirectly.
Receiving waters means bodies of water or surface water systems to which surface runoff is discharged via a point source of stormwater or via sheet flow. Ground water to which surface runoff is directed by infiltration. See also “waters of the state” and “waters of the United States.”