sewer system


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Related to sewer system: plumbing system, Septic system
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Noun1.sewer system - facility consisting of a system of sewers for carrying off liquid and solid sewage
facility, installation - a building or place that provides a particular service or is used for a particular industry; "the assembly plant is an enormous facility"
infrastructure, base - the stock of basic facilities and capital equipment needed for the functioning of a country or area; "the industrial base of Japan"
sewer, sewerage, cloaca - a waste pipe that carries away sewage or surface water
sewer line, sewer main - a main in a sewage system
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Department of Justice and the State of Iowa have reached a proposed settlement of alleged Clean Water Act violations by the City of Waterloo, Iowa, that will require the city to assess its sanitary sewer system and develop a master plan to eliminate unlawful sewer overflows and bypasses.
Environmental Protection Agency will issue an administrative order after its inspection of the sewer system here earlier this year.
The Unified Government will also develop a proposed over-flow control plan for the sewer system by September 2016 for approval by EPA.
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.
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.
In dry weather, a combined sewer system sends a town's entire volume of wastewater to a sewage plant, which treats and discharges it into a waterway.
County officials said they do not know how many homes in total were incorrectly charged for use of the sewer system.
Romano prepared a form description of the Lakeview House, which contained the representation that the house was connected to a city sewer system.
Reid's section on the engineering history of the sewer system is fascinating.
Carbondale, $431,923 to rehabilitate housing throughout the city; demolish vacant, blighted structures; make city hall more accessible to people with disabilities; renovate the West Side Ball Field; improve the sewer system and pave Pearl Street, and rebuild Pleasant Avenue, Brennan Court and Duffy and Jeffrey streets.
New York City Municipal Water Finance Authority (NY) adjustable-rate water & sewer system revenue bonds;