/ˈsu ər ɪdʒ/
the removal of waste water and refuse by means of
a system of
an arrangement of sewers
the removal of surface water or sewage by means of sewers
another word for
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Pyrolysing sewerage is a new, simpler and cheaper technique that should totally replace traditional plant.
We consider it normal to pay for sewerage treatment.
Sewerage of course has a relationship with the food as the nutrients have to get back there somehow.
Ancient sewerage systems all over the state are in need of modernization.
One heavy storm can cause ageing urban sewerage systems to overflow.
Public services are improving fast: nearly everyone has electricity, piped water and sewerage.
The toilet gives a chance to write about the vital subject of modern sewerage.
Water infrastructure is so expensive that governments have left over a billion people without safe water or sewerage.
Monthly charges for water and sewerage are based on metered water consumption.