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stormwater

[ˈstɔːmˌwɔːtəʳ] Nagua f de lluvia
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I say splashed, for the storm water was sweeping the sand down the hill in a muddy torrent.
The important point is that no major city in the world has drains for storm water; instead they have pipes or tunnels.
He said that the natural water ways in both the cities,Karachi and Hyderabad have been encroached therefore rain water could not be disposed of through storm water drains.
The chief minister said that the natural water ways in both the cities, Karachi and Hyderabad had been encroached, therefore rain water could not be disposed of through storm water drains.
They said, due to encroachment on storm water, during rains, water had entered in the industries , which severely affected the activities of the producers and the exporters, suffered losses.
He also wanted to know when the storm water drainage system would be constructed, and when the storm water drainage at the bus rank would be upgraded.
The effort is coming to a head locally, as some municipalities are choosing to impose storm water fees for property owners to help improve aging infrastructure to meet state and federal requirements.
Justice Sajjad Ali Shah, a member of the bench, observed the city will suffer if storm water drains of the city are not cleaned before the onset of rainy season.
Sanitary engineering assistant undersecretary Asma Murad said the project reflects the ministry's efforts to improve infrastructure and revamp locations that witness storm water pools, in preparation for the upcoming rainy season.
Dubai: Dubai Investment Park (DIP) is building its own internal storm water network by adding pipelines to drain flood water into the sea and other measures to avoid any flooding in the future.
The Seascape Sur Storm Water Diversion Structure was one of two constructed as part of the SEJPA's Advanced Water Purification Facility that broke ground in 2011.