Surface and storm water definition

Surface and storm water means water originating from rainfall and other precipitation that is found in drainage facilities, rivers, streams, springs, seeps, ponds, lakes and wetlands as well as shallow ground water.
Surface and storm water means water originating from rainfall and other
Surface and storm water means water originating from rainfall and other precipitation that is found in drainage facilities, rivers, streams, springs, seeps, ponds, lakes and wetlands as well as shallow ground water. The term "runoff" is synonymous.

Examples of Surface and storm water in a sentence

Surface and storm water that enters the Contractor's work area shall be controlled, treated, and disposed in a lawful manner.

Surface and storm water shall be managed in accordance withthemanagement standards in Chapter BIMC 15.20 BIMC.

Surface and storm water management also shall comply with all applicable federal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations.

Surface and storm water management services or service charges, or both shall be imposed on developed parcels lying within cities and towns when the services or charges, or both, have been provided for by interlocal agreements between the county and the cities or towns.

Surface and storm water drainage, grading, erosion and silt control, and landscaping and site work shall be performed in accordance with the Developer’s Agreement between the Town of Lisbon and Lisbon Land Partnership LLP.