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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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04 million contract for the rehabilitation of sewer lines in the Ridgeleigh Community, also known as The Oaks, situated near Loch Raven Boulevard and Joppa Road.
Prior to October 2011, all sewers - where the drains for two or more properties combine - laid before 1937 were the responsibility of the water companies by virtue of the Public Health Act 1936.
When combined sewer systems were introduced in 1855, they were hailed as a vast improvement over urban cesspool ditches that ran along city streets and spilled over when it rained.
Fearing that a sewer will damage beloved oak trees and promote unwanted development, many residents of Placerita Canyon oppose the city's plans to replace the septic system that has served the 100 homes in the canyon and The Master's College since the 1960s.
85 MG annually, which is no longer conveyed through MWRDGC interceptor sewers or treated at its wastewater treatment plant.
But the court said that defense was unavailable, noting that the Sanitary Commission designed the sewer to leak, neglected to repair cracks in the sewer, and expected its small industrial customers.
When buying or receiving their first machine, these beginning to intermediate sewers desire an easy-to-use, reliable, affordable, and great looking product.
City Council President Alex Padilla, whose district includes Sun Valley, said he has made sewers and street lights a priority.
bypass pumping into storm sewers at some sites to prevent backups into homes;
In a 4-0 vote Thursday, the City Council approved the sewer that will replace a septic system that has been operating in the area since the 1960s.
4 million contract to repair or replace approximately half of the town's sewer mains over the next year as part of an effort to reduce the amount of infiltration and inflow into the town's sewer system.
Existing sewers would be abandoned in place and capped or filled with a cement grout.