Glossary of Terms
Receiving: A record of a load received, tied to a Customer/Profile.
Profile: A record describing a pre-determined type of material expected to be received.
Lab Analysis: A record that consists of data points, their readings and the potential notion of a Pass or Fail on the part of a single item and/or the entire analysis.
Lab Analysis Item: A single test data point within the Lab Analysis Record.
Receiving Screening Lab Analysis: The initial Lab Analysis Record created to record the state of the material at time of receipt.
Lab Analysis Limit Set: A template record representing a pre-determined set of Lab Analysis Limit Set Items that will be used to create a Lab Analysis Record and it’s Lab Analysis Item records.
Lab Analysis Limit Set Item: A single template test data point within the Lab Analysis Template record.
Lab Analysis Master Item: An element or material to test for.
Lab Analysis Phase: The point in time in the life of a waste load received by the plant. ( Screening, Receiving, Discharge )
Lab Analysis Usage: The purpose for which the Lab Analysis was created. ( Profile certification, Receiving, Discharge, Treat-ability, Oil Production Lot, Oil Exports )
Lab Analysis Material: The primary type of materials being tested for in the Lab Analysis. ( Metals, Oil, Water )
Cost Analysis: A collection of various data points from within the Receiving and Lab Analysis record used to calculate the cost of the processing of a load of material.
Cost Analysis Item: A single data point within a Cost Analysis record used to determine the value of a single cost critical data point.
Cost Analysis Template: A template record representing a pre-determined set of Cost Analysis Template Items that will be used to create a Cost Analysis record and it’s Cost Analysis Items.
Cost Analysis Template Item: A single template costing item record within the Cost Analysis Template record.
Facility: LES processing plant location city name.
Consolidated: Consideration of and data collection of all facilities and their various needs in one place, instead of separate places for each facility.
Limit Set: A group of tolerances defined with a ceiling and floor for determining pass or fail.