sewer system


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drainage system

The piping network within a structure which conveys sewage, rainwater, or other wastes from their point of origin to a point of disposal, such as a public sewer or a private treatment facility.
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Moylan said, "Nothing good usually comes from these inspections," adding that similar inspections led to consent orders being issued to New Bedford and Portland, Maine, for deficiencies found in their sewer systems.
CALLAHEAD's Portable Water and Sewer System is the only system of its kind that is guaranteed to operate as if it were connected to domestic water or sewer lines and gives you homelike comfort in porcelain toilet bowls.
Although some major cities like New York City and Philadelphia have combined sewer systems, most communities with CSO problems have fewer than 10,000 people, according to the EPA report.
The broker in this case therefore had a duty to verify the existence of the sewer system.
MSD's sewer system collects and treats domestic, commercial and industrial wastewater from a population of approximately 1.
Two years ago, for example, a local woman wanted to open a laundry business on Grafton Street but was told it would cost her a staggering $303,172 just to hook up to the city's sewer system.
A feasibility study conducted by the city staff found that without a sewer system the groundwater in the area could become contaminated.
4 million waterworks and sewer system revenue refunding bonds, series 1997;
District Court for the Northern District of Iowa, in Cedar Rapids, would require Waterloo to perform comprehensive assessments of the capacity and condition of its wastewater treatment facility and sewer system, which includes approximately 400 miles of sanitary sewer lines and 300 miles of storm sewer lines.
Under this settlement, the city will improve its sewer system to minimize, and in many cases, eliminate those overflows at a cost likely between $100 and $150 million.
It's incredible to think the city of Los Angeles in 2002 still has several thousand families on septic tanks - not hooked up to the sewer system.
The implementation of the pipeline permit fee required the sewer system to transfer $3.