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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 submarine outfalls are basically constituted from a pipeline that transports the effluents generated in the coastal cities for a final discharge into the ocean.
Earlier the outfalls were made closed following the verdict of Supreme Court of Pakistan but the last night these after 'given take' irrigation officials have allegedly moved all restrictions from Akram wah and opened the outfalls as illegally which caused to snatch water of lacs of the people of the areas and ruined the crops standing on thousands of the acrs.
Table-2: Flushing time of Karachi harbor estuary and Gizri/Korangi creeks, sewage outfalls of Lyari and Malir rivers.
A Web-based map viewer that displays, saves, and prints full-color maps with color-coded outfalls (based on classification) along with geographic information
The landlocked lake outfalls to Lake Conway through a pump station.
However in a parallel project, Monash University undertook a literature review on health effects of ocean outfalls.
was awarded a contract by the New Jersey Turnpike Authority in late 2004 to visually inspect 2000 stormwater outfalls and collect related geographic information system (GIS) data.
In fact, the team recently completed a job just upstream from the Helen-Jefferson outfalls.
Orchow added that while each outfall within the MPDES permit is important, the one Judge Sherlock said needs modification is for the mine's tailings facility, which will not be needed until after the mine begins operating; the permits needed for more immediate activities such as the evaluation adit were not affected.
Tenders are invited for drainage survey of all manholes, chambers, pipes, culverts and outfalls noted in works requirements.
For example, the regulation requires that outfalls be mapped, but outfalls and accuracy levels are not well defined.
These field force automation applications have included using Xybernaut wearable computers for creating a storm water outfall database (currently more than 800 storm water outfalls are registered and managed); locating over 70 public water supply wells in mostly rural areas; conducting animal species surveys in heavy marsh areas; field collection of tax assessor data; and road sign and building inventory management.