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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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Moylan said, "Nothing good usually comes from these inspections," adding that similar inspections led to consent orders being issued to New Bedford and Portland, Maine, for deficiencies found in their sewer systems.
CALLAHEAD's Portable Water and Sewer System is the only system of its kind that is guaranteed to operate as if it were connected to domestic water or sewer lines and gives you homelike comfort in porcelain toilet bowls.
Although some major cities like New York City and Philadelphia have combined sewer systems, most communities with CSO problems have fewer than 10,000 people, according to the EPA report.
The broker in this case therefore had a duty to verify the existence of the sewer system.
Old Forge, $187,087 to rehabilitate housing, install an elevator at the senior citizens' center and rebuild the sewer system along Milwaukee Avenue and Seamans Lane.
MSD's sewer system collects and treats domestic, commercial and industrial wastewater from a population of approximately 1.
The policy change, which was unanimously adopted by the City Council last week as part of an amendment to the city's sewer discharge and connection ordinance, is intended to provide prospective businesses with some relief to the potential high cost of connecting to the public sewer system, especially those that are water-intensive users.
A feasibility study conducted by the city staff found that without a sewer system the groundwater in the area could become contaminated.
The implementation of the pipeline permit fee required the sewer system to transfer $3.
The airport property and the adjacent property will be served by the sewer system.
Under this settlement, the city will improve its sewer system to minimize, and in many cases, eliminate those overflows at a cost likely between $100 and $150 million.
But no amount of sand or shrapnel prepared him for the 15-year battle to win a sewer system from the city of Los Angeles for his Sun Valley neighborhood.