Overland Flow

Meaning, Term, and Glossary Definition - What is Overland Flow?

A land application technique that cleanses waste water by allowing it to flow over a sloped surface. As the water flows over the surface, contaminants are absorbed and the water is collected at the bottom of the slope for reuse.

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