Definitions (2)

1.Environmental: Discharging, disposing, dumping, emitting, emptying, escaping, injecting, leaching, leaking, pouring, pumping, or spilling of one or more hazardous substances into the environment.
2.Legal: (1) Discharge of a property from a claim, lien, or mortgage. (2) Formal document that effects a conveyance. (3) Giving up of a claim, interest, or right. (4) Liberation of a person from custody, demand, restraint, or obligation. (5) Written statement that an obligation or requirement has been satisfied.

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  • When you are having a release from your industrial complex you must make sure that there are no toxic chemicals going out.

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  • The release experienced by the waste disposal company was quick and efficient so we will continue working with this new business partner.

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  • When you go to give blood, you must sign a release stating you understand the possible risks associated with giving blood and will not hold the blood donation agency at fault if something happens to you.

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