The mouth of a river; the lower end of a water course; the open end of a drain, culvert, etc., where the discharge occurs.
A location where water is discharged. Normally used in reference to where a water treatment facility releases treated water into the environment.
(1) The vent of a river, drain, etc. (2) A structure extending into a body of water for the purpose of discharging sewage, storm runoff or cooling water.
An outlet to a sewer system.
The point of exit of waters from a conveyance system; at industrial facilities, the exit point for storm water conveyance systems is usually the point where storm waters leave the facility boundary.
The point where water flows from a conduit, stream or drain.
The discharge end of a pipe or pipe system.
the conduit through which effluent is discharged into receiving waters.
The exit point, usually a pipe or pipes where flow is discharged from the wastewater system into receiving water and which is engineered to ensure dispersion and dilution of the effluent in the receiving waters.
The end of the pipe which discharges stormwater, sanitary flows, or effluent to a receiving water body.
the outlet of a river or drain or other source of water
a place where waste water is pumped into a river or sea
a point at which a storm sewer system discharges into an open channel or a major drainage conduit
The place where a wastewater treatment plant discharges treated water into the environment.
The place where wastewater is discharged into a recharge basin or receiving waters.
The point where drainage from the storm sewer system discharges to a receiving body of water.
Place where liquid effluents enter the environment and are monitored.
The place or structure where a sewer, drain, conduit or stream discharges into the surface water. ( exutoire)
A structure (e.g., pipe) extending into a body of water for the purpose of discharging wastewater, stormwater runoff, or cooling water.
the outlet of a river, drain, etc.
opening at the end of a storm drain system that allows water to flow into a channel, lake, river, bay or ocean.
The point of discharge from a river, pipe, drain, etc. to a receiving body of water.
A flow of water from one drainage system into a larger system, or into a body of water like a wash bay, or lake.
The mouth or outlet of a river, stream, lake, drain or sewer.
The mouth of a sewer, drain or conduit where effluent is discharged into receiving waters.
Pipeline discharging treated effluent.
The location or structure where wastewater or drainage empties into the surface water from a sewer, drain, or other conduit.
The point where wastewater or drainage discharges from a sewer pipe, ditch, or other conveyance to a receiving body of water
Discharge or point of discharge of a culvert or other closed conduit.
the place where a sewer, drain, or stream discharges; the outlet or structure through which reclaimed water or treated effluent is finally discharged to a receiving water body.
The place where a sewer, drain or stream discharges to a receiving body of water.
A location where safe, treated wastewater is discharged into a river, ocean or other body of water. Also, the equipment and facilities at this location. The outfall for the Sacramento Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant is on the Sacramento River, near the town of Freeport.
Pipe through which wastewater (sewage, stormwater, industrial effluent, etc) is discharged to a receiving body of water.
A site where there is a large point loading of domestic, industrial or heat wastes to an aquatic system; a discharge point for a wastewater stream, e.g. a sewage treatment plant or refinery.
The place where effluent is discharged into receiving waters.
An outfall is the discharge point of a waste stream into a body of water; alternatively it may be the outlet of a river, drain or a sewer where it discharges into the sea, a lake or the like.