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A crucial part of improving sanitation lies in researching and developing simpler, more efficient ways of treating sludge in places where a sewerage and centralized waste water treatment is not available.
Dallas, $168.1 million of waterworks and sewerage system revenue refinancing bonds.
A companion bill that would let the public agency pursue sewerage and drainage customers in other parishes has been sailing through the Legislature.
From Beirut to Baghdad, tens of millions of people now suffer daily outages, with a crippling impact on businesses, schools, health care, and other basic services, including running water and sewerage.
That year, Fort Lauderdale embarked on a nearly $700 million WaterWorks 2011 program to get most residents off septic systems and onto modern sewerage.
Bond proceeds would be used to improve Slidell's sewerage.
The island has potable water, water and sewerage, Internet and cable television services, an electricity plant, a waste management system, a mini hospital, police officers, a local government and border patrol officers.
In the absence of technology to detect tunnels, Border Patrol officials have worked with Mexican authorities to develop informants and patrol the border, including water and sewerage infrastructure, looking for suspicious activity.
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First Known Use of sewerage
SEWERAGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sewerage for English Language Learners
: a system or process used for carrying away water and sewage
SEWERAGE Defined for Kids
Definition of sewerage for Students
1 : the removal and disposal of waste materials by sewers
2 : a system of sewers
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