Where the collective effect of the independent acts of others is a nuisance, the court will restrain each person contributing to the nuisance, even though the act of any one of them would result only in an inappreciable inconvenience or damage and would be insufficient in itself to constitute a nuisance in law1. So, where the discharge of chemicals into a sewer or stream is innocuous until they combine with other chemicals in the sewer or stream, the persons guilty of each such discharge are nevertheless severally guilty of committing a nuisance2
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