effluent

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Sewage water that has been (partially) treated, and is released into a natural body of water; a flow of any liquid waste
A stream that flows out, such as from a lake or reservoir; an outflow; effluence
Flowing out; outflowing
{a} flowing from or out, running out
Wastewater (treated or untreated) that flows out of a treatment plant, sewer, or industrial outfall into a surface water
Municipal sewage or industrial liquid waste (untreated, partially treated, or completely treated) that flows out of a treatment plant, septic system, pipe, etc
any material that flows outward from something; examples include waste water from treatment plants and water discharged into streams from abandoned coal mines
water mixed with waste matter
Flowing out; as, effluent beams
Any substance, particularly a liquid, that enters the environment from a point source Generally refers to wastewater from a sewage-treatment or industrial plant
Effluent is liquid waste material that comes out of factories or sewage works. The effluent from the factory was dumped into the river = waste. liquid waste, especially chemicals or sewage (present participle of effluere )
{s} flowing out
water mixed with waste matter that is flowing outward
Liquid attributed to human waste, i e sewage arising from various uses of water; often refers to waste water from a sewage treatment or industrial plant
Wastewater or other liquid - raw (untreated), partially or completely treated - flowing from a reservoir, basin, treatment process, or treatment plant
{i} something which flows out; outflowing branch of a stream
The discharge of a pollutant in a liquid form, often from a pipe into a stream or river
Wastewater--treated or untreated--that flows out of a treatment plant, sewer, or industrial outfall Generally refers to wastes discharged into surface waters
Industrial or urban waste discharged into the environment
the wastewater discharged to a receiving water body
anything that flows out of a pipe, smokestack, storage tank, channel, or sewer Waste reduction is the process of eliminating potential greenhouse-gas emissions or other pollutant releases before they are emitted to the atmosphere, soil, or surface waters (Source: Mintzer, 1992)
Any liquid flowing out of the ground or from an enclosure to the surface flow network, typically the liquids discharged from domestic, industrial and municipal waste collection systems or treatment facilities
The water that flows out of a pump, filter or heater, usually on its way back to the pool or spa
Any material that flows outward from something (i e waste water from hydroelectric plants and water discharged into streams from waste disposal sites) (Botkin & Keller, 1989)
(1) Something that flows out or forth, especially a stream flowing out of a body of water (2) (Water Quality) Discharged wastewater such as the treated wastes from municipal sewage plants, brine wastewater from desalting operations, and coolant waters from a nuclear power plant
The treated waste water discharged by sewage treatment plants
A stream that flows out of another stream or lake
Effluent is the liquid discharge or waste products of the papermaking process, usually including a small amount of suspend solids and dissolved chemicals Effluent is usually discharged into rivers, since most modern mills now have their own waste water treatment systems as part of the recycling and end-process of their papermaking If mills do not have their own treatment plants, effluent is usually discharged to a municipal water treatment facility
Water or other liquid flowing from a reservoir, basin, or treatment plant
Wastewater, treated or untreated, that flows out of a treatment plant, sewer, or industrial outfall Generally refers to wastes discharged into surface waters
Wastewater, treated or untreated, that flows out of a treatment plant, sewer, or industrial outfall
A waste product that is discharged to the environment, usually used to mean treated wastewater discharged from wastewater treatment plants
One of four qualities -- sensuality, views, becoming, and ignorance -- that "flow out" of the mind and create the flood of the round of death and rebirth
Waste, usually liquid, released or discharged to the environment Generally the term refers to point source discharges of sewage or contaminated wastewaters into surface waters
that is flowing outward
water that flows from a sewage treatment plant after it has been treated
effluents
plural of effluent
effluent

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    /ˈeflo͞oənt/ /ˈɛfluːənt/

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    [ -&nt ] (adjective.) 1726. Latin effluent-, effluens, present participle of effluere to flow out, from ex- + fluere to flow; more at FLUID.

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