An Outfall is the point at which a waste steam meets a body of water. This can refer to a sewer, a drain, or a stream. It’s basically the end of the line for many waste water treatment plants.
The Free Dictionary defines outfalls as “The place where a sewer, drain, or stream discharges.”
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