surface runoff

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surface runoff

[ˌsɜːfɪsˈrʌnɒf] n (Geog) → acque fpl superficiali
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At the mine, separate drain systems were created to intercept mine runoff from haul roads and slopes; drains for clean water runoff from seeps and streams.
The District Chief Executive (DCE), Madam Charity Akua Foriwaa Dwommoh, said the work, when completed, will pave way for a proper drainage and ensure that the community does not experience unnecessary damages related to water runoff during storms.
He said the airport management will also be expanding the Catchment Sump so that it can accommodate more water runoff from the ground surface.
Ghulam Akbar said that the major problems of Potohar region are soil erosion and water runoff as most of the rain water is being wasted which is not only a big loss but also causes soil erosion on large scale.
Susworth Pumping Station discharges into the River Trent and uses the submersible pumps to transfer surface water runoff. The pumps are rated at 65 kW and 75 kW, with a combined full load current of 202 A.
The International LID conference will cover areas such as water quality and quantity control standards as well as proprietary technologies and modeling of urban storm water runoff for LID planning and design.
Donna Wysokenski, environmental manager for the MOC, said the two-year plan for the project includes working with residents to increase their awareness of green solutions for water runoff at their homes, including creating permeable driveways and capturing water runoff from houses through plantings and rain barrels
And, eliminating water runoff from material piles can help many producers answer local environmental concerns.