Waste stack

Waste stack

A vertical pipe in a plumbing system which carries the discharge from any fixture.
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waste stack

A vertical pipe which conveys liquid wastes which are free of fecal matter.
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The endeavour is cutting ice through the poor people and commoners as rag-pickers with plastic bottles and other plastic waste stacked inside the gunny bags, can be seen queuing up at the food distribution centre.
He praised the efforts of the teams of the Works Office and its branches in the departments, cleaning-up offices, traffic and security apparatuses in this regard, praising the achievements of the campaigns during the last period of success in the different districts in removing slums, scrap cars, He stressed the need to continue the removal of irregularities, slums and random vendors from the main streets and neighborhoods of the targeted districts continuously, as well as the lifting of parked cars, scrap and construction waste stacked in the streets.
He stressed the need to "lift the damage immediately by lifting the waste stacked nearby food establishments and hospitals in Beirut." D.K.

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