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wastewater water that runs into drains that may contain sewage and chemicals from homes and businesses, or pollutants from industry
waste water treatment plant – facilities that process water to remove wastes and then release the clean water into a lake or stream
septic system a wastewater treatment system for an individual home or farm, consists of pipes septic tank, and a drain field
drain field a series of pipes in a septic system that are buried under gravel or crushed rock and are full of small holes that allow wastewater to flow into gravel or rock
neritic zone the area that slopes down from the edge of the shoreline toward the ocean floor
mass amount of matter in an object
volume the amount of space an object occupies
matter anything that has mass or volume
chemical a substance used in or formed by a chemical process; a substance that has a definite composition
element a substance that cannot be broken down into a simpler substance by ordinary chemical means
Created by: janepope