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sewer

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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Section 42 will also introduce a new requirement for housebuilders to enter into an agreement with the water companies for adoption before any newly-constructed sewer or lateral drain is connected to the public sewer.
RJN will perform field investigative services to identify defects in several basins with excessive infiltration and inflow within the White Clay Creek Sewer Basin.
Plumbers and sewer utilities have traditionally used closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras to inspect sewers.
My concern is without the scientific studies being done, a decision will be made prematurely on what they're going to make the (Santa Clarita Valley) Sanitation District do to comply with what they consider a proper amount of chloride being released into sewer water,'' said Santa Clarita Mayor Pro Tem Marsha McLean.
In dry weather, a combined sewer system sends a town's entire volume of wastewater to a sewage plant, which treats and discharges it into a waterway.
Proceeds from the 2007 series A issuance will be used for the acquisition and addition of system improvements and extensions related to JEA's capital program, and advance refund $10 million of the JEA's water and sewer subordinate system revenue bonds, 2003 series C.
1,100 linear feet of new 24-inch sewer in Don Pedro Road from the intersection of Mitchell Road to manhole P10-047 east of Timberly Lane
As a steward of the sewer root control industry, Sewer Sciences recently launched www.
The draft was presented by the Abrahams Group, hired for $40,000 by the sewer commissioners.
Alerted by notices about the proposed fee increases, more than 60 homeowners in the Lancaster and Palmdale area have told sanitation officials that their homes are on septic tanks so they should not be charged sewer fees - which for some properties amounted to more than $1,000.
Gutterman called Roto Rooter, whose servicemen asked whether there was a septic tank or a sewer connection.
GP 2000 represents an important R & D engineering and manufacturing investment by Environment One, the market leader in alternative sewer technology.