I became numb to the barrage of smells: citrus disinfectants, burning trash, sewage, sweat, and diesel.
President Lyndon Johnson had just taken a tour of communities in Appalachia without electricity, running water, or sewage systems.
He constructs a water pump out of coconut cups, and uses halved lengths of bamboo to create gutters for sewage.
Screw it up and there are consequences: sewage backups, ruined carpets, flooding.
Most of the sewage can be converted to useable agricultural water.
A discussion of questions connected with the disposal of garbage and sewage forms the fifth and last chapter of the book.
The first thing he was aware of was a strong and stifling smell of sewage.
The sewage escaped into a crack in the rock and followed the crack down vertically and horizontally into the well.
Contamination of the soil, ground water, and air by percolation of sewage.
It is immediately related to the irrigation of fields with sewage.