surface drainage

surface drainage

[′sər·fəs ‚drā·nij]
(hydrology)
Natural or artificial removal of excess groundwater.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The committee approved construction of medical dispensaries at villages Usman Solangi and Ghous Bukhsh Lehrrai; 2 room school buildings at Villages Mullan Shukar and Sher Mohammad Abro while surface drainage schemes in villages Jan Mohammad Rajpar and Aadho Dhuhyo were also accorded approval.
A spokesperson for Greenhead, whose students use the fields for sports practice and games, said they were drilling down to inspect the soil following surface drainage issues in the field.
As far as the technical specifications of the project are concerned, the municipality noted: "The project would serve the existing rainwater drainage network in island of Abu Dhabi, which comprises 42,732 drainage slots, and 9,411 collection slots, 7,782 inspection points, 25 pumping stations, 1,655,006 linear meters of surface drainage lines, and 42,461 linear meters of sub-surface drainage lines."
Spike lawns with a fork if the surface drainage is poor.
Rehabilitation/ replacement of sub surface drainage networks at so called Nemra 4 third zone serving 2,600 feddans land.
Spike lawns with a fork to improve surface drainage.
However, Verizon must relocate its utilities to new poles before work on surface drainage for the road can be completed, said Mr.
The Municipality of Abu Dhabi City is showcasing four vital projects in the exhibition, namely, surface drainage; improvement of irrigation and landscaping networks; and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA).
n Improve lawn surface drainage by scarifying, spiking and top dressing.
Improve surface drainage on lawns by scarifying, spiking and top dressing.
In a wide-ranging speech, Mr Benn drew applause when he said: "Some sports clubs and youth groups have been hit by huge increases in their water bills for surface drainage. It isn't right."

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