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A system for the transmission of storm water to a controlled discharge point or for the transmission of sanitary wastewater to a treatment facility.

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It has an installed capacity of 50 MGD and is pumping only 2 MGD of sewage every day.
In the past, Discovery Gardens has witnessed several incidents of sewage water flooding roads and causing traffic jams.
The DJB commented The substantial increase in quantity of sewage treated at the sewage treatment plants (STPs) of DJB has been possible due to increased inflow of sewage by intercepting drains and covering more colonies under the sewerage network.
Table 23: World Historic Review for Sewage & Wastewater
Concise Analysis of the International and Chinese Sewage Treatment Industry', is a professional and in-depth research report on the international sewage treatment industry, with particular reference to China.
The new project is a quantum leap in sewage systems as it will dispense of the need to transport wastewater from Muharraq to Manama, and then to the Tubli Sewage Plant," he said.
Historically, the agency has pumped its treated sewage - up to 30 million gallons a day - into the Willamette River, from the agency's sewage plant next to Randy Pap Beltline.
Held under the aegis of Japan Sewer Work Businessman Association and 61 related companies, the exhibitors targeted nationwide local government and public organizations that manage the local sewage system.
This year marks the exhibition's 26th edition and 323 companies, including many from abroad, will present cutting-edge technology and equipment featuring the latest in design and inspection, construction, sewer and equipment, sewage disposal, operation and maintenance, and other developments.
People living in the Al-Safa district of the city told Saudi Gazette that the problem was down to local buildings having been connected to the city's sewage disposal network which has not yet been activated, leaving the sewage to seep out from the properties.
The sewage spilled into surrounding waters and even some city streets, most of it in New York City and northern New Jersey.
Summary: AJMAN - Despite the Ajman Municipality's warnings over the dumping of domestic sewage in open areas in Al Jarf district and other areas in Ajman by tankers belonging to private companies, a large number of residents are still complaining about the bad odour from the sewage.