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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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This current project aiming to separate the stormwater system and the sanitary sewer system and to reduce the loading at the sewer project is just phase one of four projects involving the city's water and sewer system.
DWSD continues to own and operate the city retail water and sewer systems and serves as GLWA's agent with regards to the rate setting, billing and collection of city retail accounts.
City of Lake City, $448,926 for sewer system improvements
In recent years, there have been numerous instances of torrential downpours that far exceeded the magnitudes anticipated in the operation of storm sewer systems. The damage from overflows stemming from such intense, localized downpours is becoming increasingly extensive.
In making this determination, the judge considered testimony by the City's appraiser that most developers convey the sewer system back to the City for a dollar to avoid liability and maintenance.
5 August 2010 - S&P yesterday rated at AA with a "stable" outlook the US city of Portland, Oregon's USD412.06m (EUR313m) series 2010A second lien sewer system revenue bonds.
Cllr Colbert said: "We have asked Morris and United Utilities to upgrade the sewer system to cope with the extra houses.
handiwork, Montmorency picks up useful information about London's brand-new sewer system and realizes that these underground tunnels offer a thief a new way of getting away unseen.
Two major Clean Water Act settlements recently announced by Baltimore County and the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission are anticipated to lead to more than $1 billion in sewer system improvements.
Greater Sudbury -- Construction gets underway this fall on major upgrades to Sudbury's sanitary sewer system designed to permit more commercial and residential development in the city's fast-growing south end.
After heavy storms, the sewer system cannot handle all the sewage and stormwater, resulting in a combined sewer overflow.