1. water which is suitable for drinking, culinary, and personal purposes. 2. water free from impurities present in amounts sufficient to cause disease or harmful physiological effects. 3. water from any source which has been approved for human consumption by the health agency having jurisdiction. Advertisements
treated wastewater now suitable for a direct beneficial or controlled use. It is not safe for human consumption. May also be known as “grey water”.
area large enough and so configured that an employee can bodily enter and perform assigned work and has limited or restricted means for entry or exit and is not designed for continuous employee occupancy.
1. water drawn from a drinkable source used as a media of heat exchange, generally to a food product of liquid nature. (i.e.: a coolant media to a carbonated beverage from an ice bank.) 2. a result of mechanical refrigeration.
a pointed and perforated pipe at the lower end of a vertical pipe driven or inserted into the ground, (i.e.: a well point of a driven well).
the oxygen used in meeting the metabolic needs of aerobic micro-organisms in water rich in organic matter (as water polluted with sewage) Also called biological oxygen demand.
1. of, relating to, derived from, or consisting of glass. 2. resembling glass. 3. fired clay.