building sewer

building sewer

That part of the horizontal piping of a drainage system which extends beyond the ends of the building drain and receives the discharge of the building drain and conveys it to a public sewer, private sewer, individual sewage disposal system, or other point of disposal.
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Developing these esplanades is part of an overall development of the coastal road of Dar Bouazza (115 million dirhams), which provides for roadwork, building sewer systems and street lighting, planting trees and installing road signs.
Approved capital purchases, including $62,750 for two police cruisers, $357,900 for the Neck Road phase 1 water main replacement, $65,000 for the community center rehabilitation project and $10,000 for the ambulance building sewer connection;
OSHA specifically pointed to companies building sewer systems, saying they are generally unfamiliar with the hazards associated with these work sites.
The building sewer is routed to a 6000-gallon-capacity interceptor or feed tank, which is located adjacent to the trash trap tank but at greater height above the basement floor.
Since many of these businesses are performing critical functions, such as maintaining oil production, building sewer systems, and training Iraqis, who will replace them and how will this conversion occur?
They're building sewer and water systems," he said.
That used to mean keeping statistics, imposing quarantines, requiring vaccination of children, providing purified water, building sewer systems, inspecting restaurants, regulating emissions from factories, and reviewing drugs for safety.
$10,000: Ambulance building sewer connection: funding from operating budget.
It was while working in the city of New York's sewer division in 1962 that Muenchmeyer started his career in the sewer and water industry and began to make sewage his "bread and butter." He worked for several local consulting engineering firms and spent the next 20 years designing and building sewer systems on the East Coast.
The small study was to determine the costs and methods that might be used if the practice were extended system-wide, and to indice the condition of the public and private building sewer service pipes.
There is only one problem with this lesson: When building sewer infrastructure, you cannot stay away from neighborhoods.

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