sewage farm


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sewage farm

n
(Civil Engineering) a place where sewage is treated, esp for use as manure
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sewage farm - a farm that is irrigated and fertilized with raw sewage
farm - workplace consisting of farm buildings and cultivated land as a unit; "it takes several people to work the farm"
Translations
مُجَمَّع المَجاري
závlahové pole
rensningsanlæg
szennyvíztisztító telep
skolphreinsunarsvæîi
lâğım arıtma sistemi

sewage farm

nimpianto per il riciclaggio delle acque di scolo

sewer1

(ˈsjuə) noun
an underground pipe or channel for carrying away water etc from drains.
ˈsewage (-idʒ) noun
waste matter (carried away in sewers).
sewage farm
a place where sewage is treated and disposed of.
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The Drainage Board itself operated a flat, large sewage farm which ran under high cultivation to yield large crops like cabbages.
Then on April 12, 1918, raiders dropped bombs in the grounds of Whitley Abbey and on Baginton sewage farm, but no damage was caused.
After losing his job a few months ago, Robbie, 50, was living in a 30-foot long concrete tunnel next to a sewage farm.
Of all the structures that Professor NIMBY would like in his back yard I would think he would choose windmills over a prison, an airport, a sewage farm or a traveller''s camp site for those who refuse to travel.
Central Public Health Engineering Research Institute, Nagpur: Health Status of Sewage Farm workers; Technical Digest, No.
29 a day, we had to work on a sewage farm and it absolutely stank
Meanwhile, expect short shrift from householders who view such sites with the same horror as waking up to find a prison, refuse tip or sewage farm in their backyard.
Once again the club and the harbour smell like a sewage farm.
There is nothing between Brand's ears apart from enough effluent to stock a sewage farm.