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storm sewer

n.
A sewer for carrying off rainwater or meltwater from a developed area such as a city street, as to a river or bay.
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Securities and Exchange Commission, upgraded to 'AAA' from 'AA+' the following Orem, UT (the city) obligations: --Approximately $5.1 million water and storm sewer revenue refunding bonds, series 2016.
Archaeologists prowling underneath Persepolis have found a previously unknown storm sewer channel that was used 2,500 years ago to drain rainwater away from the city--and may soon be used again for that purpose.
The site encompasses an area of several blocks where polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) have been documented in "significant quantities" in an underground storm sewer drain system, EPA reports.
This manual of culvert and storm sewer renewal technologies will be useful to engineers, transportation professionals, and consultants working on drainage structures under roads, railroads, and airport runways.
Generally, the Phase II regulations apply if a private developer disturbs more than one acre of land on a construction site that discharges into a separate storm sewer or surface water body.
The storm sewer that carries water away from our yard during a rainstorm can also carry pollutants from our yard into a lake or stream.
As concern grew about discharges from a storm sewer outfall at Library Park, jus yards from the city's popular beach, the problem was quickly evaluated and an action plan an developed.
The second season of archaeological excavation has recently begun in Persepolis in an effort to unearth more of the storm sewer system in the Achaemenid capital.
EPA has awarded $123,000 to the city of Wichita, KS, for improvements to its storm sewer system.
Access points for maintenance will be provided by the storm sewer inlets.