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outfall

[′au̇t‚fȯl]
(civil engineering)
The point at which a sewer or drainage channel discharges to a body of water.
(hydrology)
The narrow part of a stream, lake, or other body of water where it drops away into a larger body.

outfall

The place of ultimate deposit of drainage or sewage waters.
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The presence of ice melt on the river supports the conclusion that the reactor is indeed operating and that the outfall pipeline has been extended," according to 38 North.
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The Environment Agency's Jackie Frank said: "There appears to have been no monitoring of the sewage plant between the three-monthly service visits and no visual checks on the outfall.
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Some official also view LBOD's outfall as a problem which needs to be tackled.
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Mike Hudd caught a 1lb 14oz cod at Lavernock Point and Chris Garner matched it with his from by the outfall to make it a dead heat at third place.
He also reminded members of the public that the outfall pipe is a working piece of equipment and is placed in a current area for a reason, and that it should not be used to challenge swimming prowess.
His case study is the giant tunnel outfall as part of the Boston Harbor cleanup.
Mia shared with attendees experiences gained on the "River Road Storm Sewer Outfall Rehabilitation Project" in the city of Laredo, TX, to rehabilitate a 120-inch corrugated metal pipe (CMP) storm sewer trunkline.