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GLOSSARY - Cont
SECTION II. DEFINITIONS OF UNUSUAL TERMS - CONT
EFFLUENT
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Treated and processed sewage.
ELECTROLYSIS
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The decomposition into ions of a chemical compound in
solution by the action of an electric current passing
through the solution.
HYPOCHLORITE
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Common household type bleach.
JUNCTION BOX
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Main electrical box on a piece of equipment where the
electrical power supply is connected to other components on
the equipment. Another term for Control Module Assembly.
MACERATOR
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A waste disposal unit for the purpose of chopping, cutting,
or shredding waste material.
METERING VALVE
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A valve which allows a preset quantity of a liquid to pass
through over a certain period of time.
MODE
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A method of operation.
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An instrument designed to measure electrical potential
(voltage, current, and resistance).
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An electromechanical device having a magnetic coil which,
when energized, opens or closes several sets of contacts.
RUNOFF
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Small amounts of a liquid that may have settled in hoses
and lines and will be expelled when connections in the
hoses or lines are loosened or disconnected.
SEDIMENTATION
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Treatment tanks that allow for the settlement of materials
MODULE(s)
which have not been totally processed for discharge.
SEWAGE
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Human waste material.
SLUDGE
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The material which has not been totally processed and has
settled in the sedimentation modules (treatment tanks).
This material is returned to the macerator for
reprocessing.
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An electromechanical device which, when energized, acts on
a movable core or plunger in the center of the energizing
coil to perform mechanical work.
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An instrument designed to measure electrical potential or
voltage.
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