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SEWER. Properly a trench artificially made for the purpose of carrying water into the sea, river, or some other place of reception. Public sewers are, in general, made at the public expense. Crabb, R. P. Sec. 113.

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1,450 linear feet of new 27-inch sewer in Don Pedro Road from manhole P10-047 to the existing 18-inch crossing under SR 99
Prior to October 2011, all sewers - where the drains for two or more properties combine - laid before 1937 were the responsibility of the water companies by virtue of the Public Health Act 1936.
As a result, sewer utilities and plumbers can accurately locate all defects that cause leaks, certify that relined pipes and repairs are leak-free, and help eliminate costly upgrades to trunk line, storage, and treatment plants.
Such methods, says Stoner, include better means of trapping stormwater before it reaches sewers and putting it into the ground instead.
SANTA CLARITA - A backbone sewer can be built in the rural, equestrian community of Placerita Canyon without harming the environment, according to a report to be reviewed today by the Santa Clarita City Council.
This step is particularly important if the sewers are designed to leak.
Singer's worldwide focus group research revealed many of the advanced sewing machines in the marketplace are intimidating to beginning sewers.
Sewer Force main - A dual force main will be extended approximately 4,500 feet from where it was terminated on River Road, along Route 3A to a point approximately 1,000 feet south of Grandview Road.
City Council President Alex Padilla, whose district includes Sun Valley, said he has made sewers and street lights a priority.
Utilizing a powerful, new cable-laying robotic technology and existing metropolitan networks of sewer pipes and conduits, Ca-Botics brings wide band width access through fiber optics to entire cities -- at new benchmarks of speed and cost-effectiveness.
The Sullivan / Woodroffe / Norice sewer construction is an Ottawa on the Move project.
About 150 septic pump trucks now dump their wastes every day into five unregulated manhole sewer access points located throughout the city.