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This word is used (often with pejorative associations) to describe all forms of matter that flow out from a source: the outflow of storm or waste water, sewage, industrial pollutants, gaseous emission products from a factory or furnace, and the products of radioactive decay.

Subjects: Environmental Science — Public Health and Epidemiology.

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