Water quality volume definition

Water quality volume means the volume equal to the first one-half inch of runoff multiplied by the impervious surface of the land development project.
Water quality volume means the volume equal to the first one-half inch of runoff multiplied by the
Water quality volume means ½ inch of runoff from the new impervious surfaces created by this project and is the volume of water to be treated in the permanent storm water management system, as required by this permit except as provided in Appendix A.C.2.

Examples of Water quality volume in a sentence

  • We are proposing to treat 100% of the Water Quality Volume (WQv) and minimum required Runoff Reduction Volume (RRv) for the new development portion of the project.

  • We are also proposing to treat over 4 times the required Water Quality Volume of the existing disturbed area.

  • The dry swales RRVs was calculated using 20% of the required WQv toward the RRv. The Water Quality Volume is being treated by using dry swales and the two stormwater ponds.

  • Guidelines for Drinking Water Quality, Volume I, II and III, World Health Organizations, Geneva.[15].


More Definitions of Water quality volume

Water quality volume or “WQV” means the volume of runoff generated by one inch of rainfall on a site as defined in the 2004 Connecticut Stormwater Quality Manual, as amended.
Water quality volume means (by type of project):
Water quality volume means the runoff resulting from rainfall depth of 1.25”. By managing these storms, many of the “first flushpollutants of concern will be effectively managed on-site.
Water quality volume means one (1) inch of runoff from the new impervious surfaces created by this project (calculated as an instantaneous volume) and is the volume of water to be treated in the Permanent Stormwater Management System, as required by this permit.
Water quality volume or “WQv” means the storage needed to capture and treat ninety percent (90%) of the average annual stormwater runoff volume, and in Rhode Island this equates to one (1) inch of runoff from impervious surfaces.
Water quality volume means the volume equal to the first 1/2 inch of runoff multiplied by