septage


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sep·tage

 (sĕp′tĭj)
n.
The waste content found in a septic tank.

septage

(ˈsɛptɪdʒ)
n
the waste or sewage in a septic tank
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According to Delima all local governments have the mandate to construct waste water and septage facilities under the Clean Water Act of 2004.
The Davao City Water District (DCWD) has allocated PHP300 million for a septage project that would address the improper disposal of human waste in the city.
The DEC requires commercial solid waste haulers hold a transporter permit, submit quarterly reports detailing the amount of septic tank waste managed in Vermont, and pay a fee equal to $10 per 1000 gallons of septage managed.
The two officials exchanged notes on official development assistance (ODA)-supported projects, specifically on the Septage Management of Metro Cebu Water District, as well as the regime of Privileges and Immunities for the Asean-Japan Technical Cooperation Agreement (TCA).
The officials exchanged notes on the official development assistance (ODA)-supported Project on the Septage Management of Metro Cebu Water District, as well as on the regime of Privileges and Immunities for the ASEAN-Japan Technical Cooperation Agreement (TCA).
In the review, the PCC-MAO will look at how the transaction will affect the competition in the provision of water supply and septage management services and its effect on customers.
In a report released at the Inquirer's request to check the agency's compliance with a 2018 Supreme Court order to agencies to clean up the Manila Bay, the DILG said it had helped 20 local governments in Nueva Ecija, 14 in Bulacan, 14 in Pampanga, nine in Bataan and three in Tarlac pass septage and sewage management ordinances.
Hauling permits are required for anyone intending to commercially transport trash, food waste, septage or sewage, recyclables, or regulated quantities of hazardous waste materials within the state, the release stated, and the permitting process is a tool for maintaining public health and safety by holding waste transporters accountable for practicing safe and environmentally sound transportation methods, and delivering waste materials to appropriate destinations.
In the Mat-Su Borough, most households indirectly rely on the Municipality of Anchorage for wastewater treatment, so called septage treatment for the waste pumped from septic tanks.
Septage of septic tank was emptied irregularly, which was contracted out to the private sector.
Papageorge, owners of the Mobil gas station and fuel and septic business, "to store portable toilets, oil trucks and septage hauling trucks."
The Viridis Septage Bioreactor Landfill(TM) technology combines the waste pumped from septic systems (known as septage) with garbage in solid waste landfills.