main sewer

main sewer

1. A public sewer. 2. A sewer to which one or more branch sewers are connected and which serves a large area; also called a trunk sewer.
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Abu Dhabi has constructed of a 41km main sewer tunnel, one of the largest and longest gravity-driven sewerage networks in the world, Gulf News reported.
The problem arose while contractors working on the renovation of Penarth Pier Pavilion were replacing the existing sewage pipe-work which connects the pavilion to the pier's main sewer.
The HH-125c also functions as a force main sewer bypass pump and handles solids to 3-inch diameter.
Headteacher Roy Baylis complained today that it took supplier Severn Trent nearly a week to rectify the problem, which resulted from a blockage in a main sewer in Northfield Road.
You left out costs: repair/replacement of main sewer lines, repaving, new curbs and gutters.
In recent months I have also found out that I am now responsible for the drain and sewerage pipes up to the point that it joins a main sewer.
Aberystwyth's North and South beaches were shut on health and safety grounds after a main sewer burst.
If both are blocked, the obstruction lies in the interceptor trap of the drain nearest your boundary, or in the pipe that leads to the main sewer.
99), on November 8'99 IEWS has signed a contract ("Contract") with Budosan Czubaszek Przedsiebiorstwo Ogolnobudowlane ("Budosan") to build the main sewer line for the rendering plant in Zabokliki.
The sewer project will eventually replace 19,000 feet of main sewer and another 20,000 feet of adjoining pipe.
We checked the main sewer and connections and jetted the sewers which means flushing through to get rid of blockages.