Wastewater treatment facility definition

Wastewater treatment facility means a treatment works, as
Wastewater treatment facility means a plant or premises used to treat industrial wastewater or domestic wastewater or any combination of industrial wastewater and domestic wastewater and permitted pursuant to ch. 283.
Wastewater treatment facility means a treatment works, as defined in section 212 of the clean water act, that is located in this state and that is designed to hold, cleanse or purify or to prevent the discharge of untreated or inadequately treated sewage or other polluted waters for purposes of complying with the clean water act.

Examples of Wastewater treatment facility in a sentence

  • The District will be present at tests of component parts of the Wastewater Treatment Facility for the purpose of determining that the facilities, as constructed, conform to the District's criteria for infiltration, filtration, pressure testing, line and grade.

  • The employees of the Department of Public Utilities shall be charged with the maintenance and operation of the Wastewater Treatment Facility serving the City of Ionia and Townships of Easton, Berlin, Orange and Ionia.

  • School: Sovereign Ave School Name: ACUA Wastewater Treatment Facility and Environmental Park Trip ID #: 57 Destination: ACUA Wastewater Treatment Facility (AC) and Environmental Park (EHT) Date: 4/17/2024 8:45am Return: 4/17/2024 1:00pm Transportation: School Bus (54 passenger) #Students: 80 Buses: 2 Transportation Cost: $1,000 Account/Billing Code:11-000-270-512-030-00-512 Notes: No admissions.

  • Plans, Specifications, Form of Contract, and Estimate of Cost for the Wastewater Treatment Facility Phase 1 Improvements ProjectMayor Jensen opened the public meeting.

  • Entertain motions and take roll as appropriate A motion was made by Director Perrault and seconded by Director Burbank approving bid specification for the Wastewater Treatment Facility Security Camera Equipment, Start-up, and Installation project.


More Definitions of Wastewater treatment facility

Wastewater treatment facility means a mechanical or chemical treatment facility serving a site with multiple wastewater sources. (2006-82, s. 1; 2010-31, s. 13.2(e); 2011-145, s. 13.3(ll).)
Wastewater treatment facility means any structure or thing used for the physical, chemical, biological or radiological treatment of wastewater, and includes sludge treatment, wastewater sludge storage and disposal facilities.
Wastewater treatment facility means a treatment system permitted by the department and designed to remove biological or chemical waste products from water.
Wastewater treatment facility means a publicly owned plant, device, structure or equipment used to treat, neutralize, stabilize, reuse or dispose of wastewater and treatment residuals.
Wastewater treatment facility means either a domestic wastewater treatment facility or an industrial wastewater treatment facility.
Wastewater treatment facility means any arrangement of devices and structures used for treating sewage.
Wastewater treatment facility or “WWTF” means a group or assemblage of processes, devices and structures for the treatment or removal of pollutants from wastewater.