thermal pollution


thermal pollution

noun

  1. a rise in the temperature of rivers or lakes that is injurious to water-dwelling life and is caused by the disposal of heated industrial waste water or water from the cooling towers of nuclear power plants.

The dumping of heated gases or heated wastewater (often from electrical generating plants) into the air or water.

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