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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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Some of their revolutionary equipment include: portable toilets, portable hand washing sinks, guard sheds and guard booths, portasheds and storage sheds, commercial grade portable sinks, antiseptic dispensers, restroom trailers, luxury restroom trailers, holding tanks, porcelain toilet systems, portable water and sewer systems and fresh water delivery.
The solution to overflows is not to bypass, but to fix the leaky sewer systems.
5 with regulators and environmentalists to make extensive improvements to its sewer systems and treatment plants, at an estimated cost of $4.
The ordinance amendment also includes language that formalizes how the cost to connect to the sewer system is determined for existing structures when there is a change in their uses.
Greenville (TX) waterworks and sewer system revenue bonds, series 1997.
The city of Jeffersonville, IN, has agreed to make extensive improvements to its sewer systems that will significantly reduce the city's longstanding sewage overflows into the Ohio River in a comprehensive Clean Water Act settlement with federal and state government, the Justice Department, the U.
The city of Chico installed nine flow meters at strategic locations throughout the city's sanitary sewer system.
Though Keysor has a permit to discharge industrial waste into the sewer system, officials at the Saugus Water Reclamation Plant say the discharge often exceeds chemical limits set by the Environmental Protection Agency.
3 million senior lien variable rate water and sewer system revenue bonds, 2007 Series B.
West Point is spending $170,000 to add the McCharen Field Airport to the city s sewer system.
It also owns and operates a separate storm sewer system that collects urban storm water.
In 1997, the city began charging the franchise fee, taking the dollars from sewer system revenues and justifying it as compensation for right-of-way costs associated with pipes under city streets.