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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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"The thing I remember most about the stage around Esholt sewage farm in Bradford was the smell.
In a career spanning more than five decades, Moncrieff has followed the country's leading politicians across the globe, from observing Margaret Thatcher's visit of a sewage farm in Cairo, to John Major's tour of the Orient.
Thankfully one of the troops proved to be a good navigator and we made it to Twickenham via a ten-minute walk through a gut-wrenching Thames Water sewage farm.
We were doing an episode about a water company and the script called for a scene at a sewage farm. The smell was unbelievable."
"They had managed to steer the boat against a 15ft-high concrete wall next to the sewage farm and one of the men had managed to help the other three off the boat.
100 YEARS AGO: At a meeting of Yardley Rural District Council a letter was read from Warwickshire County Council asking what the aforementioned was doing to prevent pollution of the River Cole by affluent from the Cole Hall Sewage Farm.