sewer pipe

sewer pipe

1. Same as sewer.
2. The piping used in a sewer, e.g., vitrified clay pipe.
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During the eight-month scheme, 750m of existing sewer pipe will be up-sized to help reduce the likelihood of flooding to homes in Burt Avenue and Front Terrace.
In the Calavo Basin Sewer Rehabilitation-Phase 1 project, Otay Water District began replacing deteriorated or sagging sections of sewer pipe in the Calavo Gardens neighborhood.
EMERGENCY repairs are being carried after a sewer pipe burst on a busy Coventry road.
Hoxle officials fear the city might have to replace more sections of an inferior sewer pipe that was installed more than 25 years ago.
EMERGENCY work is being carried out this morning after a sewer pipe collapse in Harborne.
A SEWER pipe has scuppered urgent flood defence works on Ruthin's Glasdir Estate - just after the Welsh Government finally agreed to help fund the scheme.
A more permanent fix is to locate the sewer pipe through your town records or other means available, such as a plumber who has already located it in the past, etc.
Gains in large diameter storm sewer pipe will come in large part from the US population migrating toward the less developed South and West regions of the country.
Gene's Water & Sewer serves Minnesota and Western Wisconsin, providing water and sewer pipe repair services using a variety of different methods.
Suzanne adds: "As the law stands now, if a private sewer pipe gets damaged or blocked you might have to pay for repairs even if the pipe is not within your property boundary.
As the law stands now, if a private sewer pipe gets damaged or blocked, you might have to pay for repairs even if the pipe is not within your property boundary or if you share a sewer pipe with your neighbour you could end up paying for a costly repair for an issue which isn't your fault.
WORK is to start next month on a pounds 5m scheme to install a new sewer pipe in East Cleveland.