Group C mining waste fully complies with water quality objectives and therefore fundamentally transforms the gold production process at Carson Hill into a green, environmentally-friendly, and sustainable process.
What does WQO stand for?
WQO stands for Water Quality Objective
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of WQO
- Water-Quality Master Plan
- Water Quality Management Report
- Water Quality Modeling System
- Worldwide Quality Management System
- Water Quality Modeling System for the Great Lakes
- Water Quality Management Zone (Manitoba, Canada)
- Water Quality Network
- Web Quality News
- Worldquest Networks, Inc. (Dallas, TX)
- Worldwide Quality Network, Inc (Camarillo, CA)
- Well-Quasi-Ordering (mathematics)
- Wider Quaker Organization (Southern Appalachian Yearly Meeting and Association of the Religious Society of Friends; Savannah, GA)
- Wisconsin Quality of Life Index (Wisconsin Psychiatric Institute and Clinic; Madison, WI)
- Wireless Quality of Service
- Workshop on Quality of Service Routing
- Worship Quote of the Week
- Water Quality Parameter
- Water Quality Planning (various states)
- Water Quality Program (various organizations)
- Wisconsin QSO (Quasi-Stellar Object) Party (amateur radio)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Description : The purpose of this program is to continue meeting District water quality objectives by providing a programmatic approach to addressing water quality, renewal and replacement and solids handling needs at the District s Bollman Water Treatment Plant (WTP).
The province in which the variable arises is never required to bring it within the limits of the stated water quality objective, but must only take "reasonable and practical measures" to do so.
Nowhere does the law authorize the agency to designate cities "as surrogate authorities to ensure attainment of water quality objectives from sources of pollutants not regulated by the law.
The state's Regional Water Quality Control Board has established a water quality objective for chloride (salt) and current chloride discharge levels are above that level.
We are delighted that this project was approved by the City Council which will address our water quality objectives, serving our core mission.
Soil and water tests conducted by the Department of Water Resources indicate that fill material used to raise the Trapper Slough Levee during the Jones Tract flood emergency contains levels of elements such as barium, copper, and zinc that are well below the hazardous threshold but may have the potential to exceed State water quality objectives.
To address cumulative impacts on regional water resources in the Galilee Basin, the Report includes key recommendations by the Coordinator-General to manage water impacts through the relevant State agencies for the development and maintenance of a regional water balance model, local water quality objectives and a regional groundwater and surface water monitoring and assessment program.