Wastewater treatment plant definition

Wastewater treatment plant means a facility designed and constructed to receive, treat, or store waterborne or liquid wastes.
Wastewater treatment plant means any arrangement of devices and structures used for treating wastewater.
Wastewater treatment plant means the facility or group of units used for the treatment of wastewater from public sewer systems and for the reduction and handling of solids removed from such wastes.

Examples of Wastewater treatment plant in a sentence

  • Wastewater treatment plant Beca have previously been involved in the initial works for the replacement of the existing waste water treatment plant and have been in consultation with Puketapu Hapu and the Taranaki Regional Council.


More Definitions of Wastewater treatment plant

Wastewater treatment plant means a facility used to
Wastewater treatment plant means a process, device, or structure used to treat or stabilize wastewater or industrial waste and dispose of the effluent.
Wastewater treatment plant means any facility owned by the City and used for receiving and treating wastewater.
Wastewater treatment plant or “Treatment Plant” means that portion of the POTW designed to provide treatment of sewage and industrial waste.
Wastewater treatment plant means any of the following:
Wastewater treatment plant or “Treatment Plant” means that portion of the POTW which is