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waste matter carried away in sewers or drains

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In addition to adsorption, the supply of domestic sewage at the start of the three experimental blocks was crucial for the high removal efficiency, allowing the insertion of an appropriate biota for biodegradation.
Tannery owners also note that they are not alone to blame for Ganga pollution at Jajmau - the area still does not have a domestic sewage disposal system.
The domestic sewage used in this study was obtained from a sewage treatment plant in an estate located in Warri, Nigeria.
The domestic sewage wastewater has an average hydraulic load of about 23,000 to 27,000 cubic metres per day.
And those spared are being used to carry domestic sewage and industrial waste.
Feitian mine EPC project includes Feitian Mine Phase I & II domestic water purification station, underground water treatment station and domestic sewage treatment station construction EPC turnkey project (the "Feitian Mine Project").
The judge referred to a 144 page SUPARCO (Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission) report and contended that the effluent from industrial areas of Nooriabad Hyderabad Kotri and Phulle11 in addition to domestic sewage released from nearby villages were major sources of contamination of the lake water which was fed by KB feeder upper as well as Haroolo drain.
In urban areas, domestic sewage is typically treated by centralized sewage treatment plants.
Thus, it is highly important to detect these compounds in water systems and domestic sewage, since their removal or destruction after passing through a STP is inefficient because they are resistant to most sewage treatment processes and are constantly found in surface waters (CARBALLA et al.
However, this inevitably means that the dynamics of the island's environment have also been altered as Ambergris Caye has increasingly suffered the effects of pollution from a number of sources: the oily trail left behind by boats and cruise ships, domestic sewage originating from toilets, sinks, and other domestic sources, solid waste, agrochemicals, and industrial effluents.
Heavy rains flooding our houses fill up the domestic sewage system to flush foul water into the streets.
The device could be used on a small scale to clean water contaminated with domestic sewage, urban runoff, industrial effluents, and farm waste.
The two plants reduce two million cubic metres of sludge - resulting from the treatment of domestic sewage and biodegradable industrial effluent from a population equivalent to about four million people - to about 150,000 cubic metres.
Furthermore, there are no studies like this in Espumoso, Rio Grande do Sul State, specifically in the Tigreiro river, Jacui Basin, that crosses the urban area, receiving domestic sewage and other pollutants, without any treatment.
And its showcase Bran Sands 52-acre works at Teesport, which can not only treat domestic sewage but also biodegradable waste from industry, is a unique site which attracts business visitors from around the world to see it and is the envy of other regions in the UK.