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sewer

(so͞o′ər)
n.
An artificial, usually underground conduit for carrying off sewage or rainwater.

sewer

A regional slang term for a vein into which an illicit drug is injected.
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04 million contract for the rehabilitation of sewer lines in the Ridgeleigh Community, also known as The Oaks, situated near Loch Raven Boulevard and Joppa Road.
Section 42 will also introduce a new requirement for housebuilders to enter into an agreement with the water companies for adoption before any newly-constructed sewer or lateral drain is connected to the public sewer.
Local residents' sewer costs could quadruple to more than $400 a year if the plant is built, but businesses would be hit even harder.
Under this policy, communities with combined sewer systems must establish a short-term plan to control these discharges as well as a long-term control plan.
The SPTSD found itself facing court-enforced mandates and completion deadlines from the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) and Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRDGC) to rectify the sanitary sewer overflow problem due to the potential environmental and public health hazards associated with these occurrences.
Gutterman claimed that he relied upon the description form that stated that the Lakeview House was connected to a sewer system.
The ratings for W&S take into consideration the system's low business risk profile as a water and sewer utility.
RJN will perform field investigative services to identify defects in several basins with excessive infiltration and inflow within the White Clay Creek Sewer Basin.
The draft was presented by the Abrahams Group, hired for $40,000 by the sewer commissioners.
Alerted by notices about the proposed fee increases, more than 60 homeowners in the Lancaster and Palmdale area have told sanitation officials that their homes are on septic tanks so they should not be charged sewer fees - which for some properties amounted to more than $1,000.
What if the property manager no longer had to bear the financial responsibility for that plumbing problem - or for the total water and sewer bill?
The wastewater reaches the wastewater treatment plant through the MCUA interceptor sewer system.