house sewer

house sewer

[′hau̇s ‚sü·ər]
(civil engineering)
Connection between house drain and public sewer.

building sewer

That part of the horizontal piping of a drainage system which extends beyond the ends of the building drain and receives the discharge of the building drain and conveys it to a public sewer, private sewer, individual sewage disposal system, or other point of disposal.
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Forty percent of Jeddah neighborhoods shall be included in house sewer connections by the end of this year, said Abdullah Ali Assaf, general manager of the Jeddah business unit at the National Water Company.
He might, of course, catch cholera from drinking it, but hopefully the lake and the house sewer were not too closely connected.
We're asking people to keep the FOG out of their sinks to benefit their own house sewer and us because grease clogs everybody's sewers, and FOG contributes to these clogs," Maring said.
The only element potentially vulnerable to infiltration or inflow problems is the gravity house sewer connection to the grinder pump inlet.
Tenders are invited for Providing Laying Jointing and hydraulic testing of sewer line including construction of manholes replacement of external house sewer and U.
This can be done for the eprosDrainPacker system (short liners), the eprosDrainLining (CIPP) and the eprosLCR method, which is the lateral connection repair of both main and underground house sewers and downpipes in buildings.