Release means the emission or discharge of a substance from the facility site to air surface waters, or under certain circumstances, to land (e.g., spills, leaks).

See also:
"Release" is in the HS Code "3403"
Lubricating Preparations (Including Cutting-Oil Preparations, Bolt Or Nut Release Preparations, Anti

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Carbon dioxide (A Carbon Dioxide is Burning fossil fuels releases ...)

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