raw sewage


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raw sewage

[′rȯ ′sü·ij]
(civil engineering)
Untreated waste materials.

raw sewage

Untreated sewage.
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The incident follows complaints raised by residents in the Al-Safa district of the city last week about raw sewage running through the streets for ten days without sufficient action being taken by the relevant authorities.
"Homes being flooded with raw sewage is a deeply unpleasant situation and one we want no customer to suffer."
"The whole back garden is all covered in raw sewage basically.
Recently, the municipality had to close a section of the Jumeirah beach because raw sewage, dumped into the sea by irresponsible drivers, was polluting the coastal waters.
"This is causing a build up of raw sewage which has to be manually sucked from ducts outside our front doors every day, before it's taken and dumped.
JB180906_NEIL FED UP Neil Mason with his guide dog Lance near the foul-smelling leak and (left) raw sewage flowing into a drain' Pictures: JAMES BALFOUR
"United Utilities failed to deliver a quarter of its planned programme of improvements to combined sewer overflows in 2005, many of which intermittently discharge raw sewage to the sea.
The resulting CSO dumps raw sewage into lakes, rivers, and coastal waters, potentially harming public health and the environment.
The fuel cell captures electrons given off by bacteria as they digest raw sewage and turns the electrons into electricity.
It claims raw sewage is being pumped into coast waters at Portrush, Larne and north Down.
For example, most customers don't know that these big boats dump raw sewage and garbage at sea.
Cruise ships also come under attack for discharging more than 33 million tons of raw sewage and garbage into the oceans each year.