Sanitary sewer systems definition

Sanitary sewer systems means all facilities, including approved on-site disposal facilities, used in the collection, transmission, storage, treatment, or discharge of any water- borne waste, whether domestic in origin or a combination of domestic, commercial, or industrial waste.
Sanitary sewer systems means all facilities, including approved on-site disposal facilities, used in the col- lection, transmission, storage, treatment, or discharge of any waterborne waste, whether domestic in origin or a combina- tion of domestic, commercial, or industrial waste. On-site disposal facilities are only considered sanitary sewer systems if they are designed to serve urban densities.
Sanitary sewer systems means all facilities, including approved on-site disposal

Examples of Sanitary sewer systems in a sentence

  • Sanitary sewer systems in California should continue to be regulated using the State Water Board’s authority under the Porter- Cologne Water Quality Control Act, so no change to the draft SSS-WDR is requested.

Related to Sanitary sewer systems

  • Sanitary Sewer means a sewer which carries sewage and to which storm, surface, and groundwaters are not intentionally admitted.

  • Plumbing means and include all of the following supplied facilities and equipment: gas or fuel pipes, gas or fuel burning equipment, water pipes, garbage disposal units, waste pipes, water closets, sinks, installed dishwashers, lavatories, bathtubs, shower baths, installed clothes- washing machines, catch basins, drains, vents and any other similar supplied fixtures, together with all connections to water, sewer, gas or fuel lines.

  • Wastewater System means the entire system of the City for the collection, treatment and disposal of wastewater within the service area of the City, including but not limited to all facilities, properties, lands, rights, entitlements and other property useful in connection therewith, together with all extensions thereof and improvements thereto at any time acquired, constructed or installed by the City.

  • Water System means any community water system or nonprofit noncommunity water system, each as defined in the Safe Drinking Water Act, that is eligible under the rules of the department to receive a loan under the program for the purposes of undertaking a project.

  • Utilities means public sanitary and storm sewers, natural gas, telephone, public water facilities, electrical facilities and all other utility facilities and services necessary for the operation and occupancy of the Property as a hotel.