Outfall definition

Outfall means a point source.
Outfall means a point source (defined below) at the point where a municipal separate storm sewer discharges to waters of the United States and does not include open conveyances connecting two municipal separate storm sewers or pipes, tunnels, or other conveyances which connect segments of the same stream or other waters of the United States and are used to convey waters of the United States.
Outfall means, when used in reference to municipal separate storm sewers, a point source at the point where a municipal separate storm sewer discharges to surface waters and does not include open conveyances connecting two municipal separate storm sewers, or pipes, tunnels or other conveyances which connect segments of the same stream or other surface waters and are used to convey surface waters.

Examples of Outfall in a sentence

  • Count Four of the Appeal is an appeal of the temperature limit for Outfall 001.

  • The wastestreams are combined, treated, and discharged to the POTW through Outfall 101.

  • During the period beginning on the effective date and lasting through the expiration date, the Permittee is authorized to discharge treated effluent through Outfall Serial Number 001 to the Millers River.

  • During the period beginning on the effective date and lasting until the date of expiration, the permittee is authorized to discharge from Outfall 001A.

  • D4.6 Between 2009 and 2015, the City invested $12 million in the CSO Outfall Monitoring Program.


More Definitions of Outfall

Outfall means the point source where a municipal separate storm sewer system discharges to a receiving water, or the stormwater discharge permanently leaves the Permittee’s MS4. It does not include diffuse runoff or conveyances which connect segments of the same stream or water systems (e.g., when a conveyance temporarily leaves a MS4 at a road crossing).
Outfall means a point source where stormwater leaves the site.
Outfall means the location where storm water, in a discernible, confined and discrete conveyance, leaves a facility or site or, if there is a receiving water on site, becomes a point source discharging into that receiving water.
Outfall means the point at which storm water is dis- charged to waters of the state or to a storm sewer.
Outfall means the point of discharge from a point source.
Outfall means a point source at the point where process water and stormwater leaves a pond which is equipped with a measuring device and discharges to a receiving water.