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seweragesew‧er‧age /ˈsjuːərɪdʒ, ˈsuː- $ ˈsuː-/ noun [uncountable]  TECthe system by which waste material and used water are carried away in sewers and then treated to stop them being harmful
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sewerageHomes worth more than £212,000 will be charged a tax of £792, plus £162 for water and sewerage.Then add on the local charge for sewerage disposal.A modern sewerage works was built at Tudhoe Village.Decorations Typically in these places there was no sewerage, cholera was rampant.Ayia Marina has already put in a proper sewerage system.The problem is exacerbated because only 56 % of households have no proper sewerage connections.The choice of land disposal marks a change of heart for Strathclyde's sewerage director, Prof Tom Anderson.Engineers now realise that sewerage can not be technically viable without a large domestic water supply.
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