2 edition of Water use in Ohio found in the catalog.
Water use in Ohio
Anthony R Rudnick
by State of Ohio, Department of Natural Resources, Division of Water in Columbus
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 49
|Statement||by Anthony R. Rudnick|
|Series||Ohio water plan inventory. Report -- no. 6|
|Contributions||Ohio. Division of Water.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
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Ohio's water supplies. Household water use in Ohio varies between 25 and 75 gallons per person per day, depending on the season, the amount and cost of water available, and personal hygiene habits.
On average, Ohioans use about 50 gallons per person per day. The table below shows how much water is used in some daily household Size: 88KB. Water use refers to water that is used for specific purposes.
Water-use data is collected by area type (State, county, watershed or aquifer) and source such as rivers or groundwater, and category such as public supply or irrigation.
Water-use data has been reported every five years sincefor years ending in "0" and "5". The following rules have been adopted by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency in accordance with state administrative procedures: Chapter of the Administrative Code, Water Quality Standards.
Chapter of the Administrative Code, Wastewater Works Personnel. Chapter of the Administrative Water use in Ohio book, Permits to Install New File Size: KB. Ohio EPA assigns beneficial use designations to water bodies in the state.
There may be more than one use designation assigned to a water body. Examples of beneficial use designations include: public water supply, primary contact recreation, and aquatic life uses (warmwater habitat, exceptional warmwater habitat, etc.). Use designations are defined in paragraph (B) of rule of the OAC.
Private Water Systems Rules Janu | Agency Private water systems are regulated by the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) under Sections to of the Ohio Revised Code (ORC) and Chapter of the Ohio Administrative Code (OAC).
Outdoor Water Use in the United States T he average American family of four uses gallons of water per day, and about 30 percent of that is devoted to outdoor uses.
More than half of that outdoor water is used for watering lawns and gardens. Nationwide, landscape irrigation is esti-mated to account for almost one-third of all residen. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources continues to operate in accordance to guidance from the Ohio Department of Health and Governor Mike DeWine in the wake of the COVID coronavirus in Ohio.
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All waters immediately above and below each dam, as posted by the respective. Inter-basin transfers of water larger thangallons per day out of the Lake Erie or Ohio River basins without return have, sincerequired a permit from the director of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources pursuant to Ohio Revised Code §Year Published: Estimation of upstream water use with Ohio’s StreamStats application.
This report describes the analytical methods and results of a pilot study to enhance the Ohio StreamStats application by adding the ability to obtain water-use information for selected areas in the northeast quadrant of Ohio.effective date of November 1, Amendments Group 93 includes the amended Ohio Plumbing Code (OPC) rules shown below.
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