sullage


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sullage

[′səl·ij]
(civil engineering)
Drainage or wastewater from a building, farmyard, or street.
(geology)
Mud, silt, or other sediments carried and deposited by flowing water.
(metallurgy)
Scoria flowing on molten metal carried in a ladle.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

sullage

1. Drainage, sewage, or waste.
2. Sediment or silt which is carried and deposited by flowing water.
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The sullage carrier scheme in question was sought to be implemented by the MPA concerned and on this request the same was made part of the development schemes, the court observed.
Amount of sewage, sullage and industrial waste disposed into the river: 823.1 MLD Industrial effluent being disposed into the river: 212.42 million litres per day ( MLD) Number of seriously polluting industries: 1,072 Number of storm water drains along this stretch: 30.