American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The waste content found in a septic tank.
- n. North America the partially treated waste stored in a septic tank
- From sept- as in septic + -age. (Wiktionary)
“For all the septage they heave at us, what sits and festers in their own guts and souls is worse.”
“These projects include MSW disposal and waste to energy, coal gasification, septage to fertilizer, pre-fabricated housing, dry construction waste recycling already committed or under construction.”
“South Canyon would also house a processed and septage waste water evaporation facility for the region.”
“Even if it costs money to retrofit septage hauling trucks, it would still be hundreds of millions of dollars less expensive to use a system based on UD toilets.”
“Again, the town can contract with local septage waste haulers to empty the stored urine tanks thereby creating permanent local jobs.”
“They didn't take the time to study the septage plant.”
“A new suite will require a new on-site parking space, adequate sewer/septage and water connections, and other building code requirements.”
“An environmental safety officer position is currently vacant, and a clerk position will become redundant when a new septage receiving station opens later this year.”
“Overseers of the wastewater treatment plant had hoped to build a new septage receiving facility next year.”
“The special joint committee that oversees the plant had agreed to an upgrade that would enable the plant to accept more septage -- a source of increased revenue and alternative energy for the publically owned plant, Ramer said.”
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