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Batch discharging simply requires that a given amount of material be discharged within a maximum time frame.
Also, the plant stopped discharging into the arroyo in April 1999.
cites the company for discharging effluent which exceeded EPA limitations for concentration of chromium and zinc, in addition to its monitoring and reporting violations.
Under national marine sanitation standards, vessels operating in the Shrewsbury River are currently prohibited from discharging untreated sewage, but are allowed to discharge treated sewage from approved marine sanitation devices.
Other short-term options considered in the environmental review include sending the wastewater to the Hyperion Waste Water Treatment Plant in El Segundo, discharging at a location in Thousand Oaks that drains to Calleguas Creek in the Oxnard Plain, or storing the water in groundwater basins in Westlake Village.
Under national marine sanitation standards, vessels operating in the bay complex are currently prohibited from discharging untreated sewage, but are allowed to discharge treated sewage from approved marine sanitation devices.
Tapia could be discharging Evian water and it would still have an impact,'' said Mark Gold, executive director of Heal the Bay, a Santa Monica-based environmental group.
The California Regional Water Quality Control Board will consider a permit that would allow discharging water from the Tapia Water Reclamation Facility into the creek for nine months out of the year, but would prohibit discharge during the summer months.
The primary goal of Chapter 7 is to provide debtors with a fresh start by discharging their debts.
Excessive flows (called carryover) from the paper machine are usually detectable by looking at the water discharging from the suspect vacuum pump (if the flow is visible).
Discharging the first set of containers from the top level took as long as eight minutes.
A self-contained, gain-in-weight batching and blending system receives bulk ingredients from multiple upstream sources, and weigh-batches, blends and discharges the material into a surge hopper for subsequent conveying or gravity discharging into downstream process equipment or storage vessels.
The next step is to apply to the court for an order discharging the lien.
In an earlier study linked to an investigation of why negatively charged ions kill bacteria, Goheen found that discharging a negative ion source into a flask containing a little water created ozone in the neighborhood of 1,500 parts per billion (ppb)--vastly higher than the U.
Clean Water Act regulations generally prohibit boats from discharging untreated sewage but allow the discharge of treated sewage using certified marine sanitation devices.