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Point Source


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Samples in periodicals archive:
The above-mentioned studies employed point source models to calculate the pressure response functions; however, these models might not be convergent for sound pressures at points near the point source.
A point source is any "discernible, confined and discrete conveyance from which pollutants are or may be discharged" such as pipes, ditches and wells.
When the point-source effluent load limitations are technically impossible to achieve (because of technology limits or uncontrollable growth in wastewater flows), the point sources are given the option to maintain NPDES permit compliance by "sponsoring" (that is, paying for) nonpoint-source controls elsewhere in the watershed.
Furthermore, the prohibition can be broken down into five elements: 1) a discharge/addition of 2) a pollutant 3) from 4) a point source 5) into a navigable water.
Since the approval of the Clean Water Act of 1972, the United States has made great advances in reducing point source pollution from industrial and municipal wastewater systems.
Built-in reflectors and/or lenses combine the output to create what appears as a point source, even as close as 10 in.
Built-in reflectors and/or lenses combine the output to create what appears as a point source, even as close as 10 in.
We believe this will become our show-and-tell project for potential customers to demonstrate how point source pollution can be reduced and non-point source pollution can be addressed," he says.

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