By P.E., Robert N. Reid
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Because the water was distilled from the sea, fell to earth and was filtered through the earth, this spring water is often very clean and aside from minerals dissolved into the water from the surrounding rock spring water, is usually quite pure. If the spring has been there for a long time, any easily dissolvable minerals have long been washed away. Eventually, water returns to the sea by flowing overland through rivers, underground, or by evaporating and falling as rain back upon the ocean. Scientists know approximately the total amount of water on the planet and have attempted to track the amount in the atmosphere or on land at any time.
The COE then checks the data and confirms the studies. If this seems like of lot of red tape, it is. But facilities should remember that before this legislation, many streams and lakes were strangling in a sea of pollution and the costs to clean it up so far have been staggering. The effect of the Clean Water Act and NPDES has cleaned up a lot of polluted water and has notified the public of a number of waste discharges that before that time had remained largely unknown. In September 1995, the city of San Diego was potentially liable for a large fine as a result of unauthorized discharges stemming from a July 1994 waste discharge incident.
Clay, on the other hand, contains a “binder” that sticks and requires more energy to wash the soil away. Erosion control is also a function of the volume of water and of the slope of the natural terrain. Erosion occurs when the energy of the water, a combination of its weight and speed, exceeds the resisting energy in the soil. Methods of Erosion Control Erosion can be controlled by providing resistant energy to prevent runoff flows from taking the adjacent soil. Large rocks, stones or objects can be used, along with vegetation, rechanneling 22 Water Quality and Systems the water or providing underground pipe to carry the flow off the property.
Water Quality Systems, A Guide for Facility Managers, 2nd Edition, Revised and Expanded by P.E., Robert N. Reid