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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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Mangano and attended by AbTech and County officials, as well as Legislator Donald MacKenzie and local environmental groups, it was announced that the County ultimately intends to upgrade all of its stormwater outfall pipes.
In the past, the smaller outfall pipe only sent the treated wastewater a short distance from the coast.
The Phase 1 regulations specified outfall monitoring during wet weather to characterize discharges from different land uses (Burton and Pitt, 2001).
To return the cleaned water to the environment required the construction of a marine outfall pipe to the north west of Holyhead town.
Web pages for collecting and loading data associated with laboratory analysis results, desktop mapping of outfalls, and other sources
However in a parallel project, Monash University undertook a literature review on health effects of ocean outfalls.
Each Monitored Outfall Shall Be Selected Based On An Evaluation By The Ms4 That The Drainage
Under a pilot program, a designated outfall pipe in Bay Park will be outfitted with anti-microbial storm water treatment technology known as Smart Sponge Plus.
In fact, the team recently completed a job just upstream from the Helen-Jefferson outfalls.
Excess stormwater then flows into traditional stormwater outfalls or ditches.
The lawsuit challenged the validity of the Montana Pollution Discharge Elimination System (MPDES) Permit which regulates the discharge of water from five outfalls at the Rock Creek Mine.
e) the provision of tideflex valves on existing outfalls and in manholes / pipelines as detailed in the specification of the works.