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  • n. Plural form of sewage.

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  • As the treatment of urban excreta has distinct traits and is more likely to cause environmental damage, the urban infrastructure – combining urban sewages and a number of centralized treatment facilities and related existing regulations – should become the third focused pivot.

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  • As the treatment of urban excreta has distinct traits and is more likely to cause environmental damage, the urban infrastructure - combining urban sewages and a number of centralized treatment facilities and related existing regulations - should become the third focused pivot.

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  • It can be grown in sewages and in the industrial pollutants.

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  • Alor says because Monica's body was found in sewages waters, "several tests were lost; the body was badly decomposed."

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  • Another monograph discussing voltammetric analysis methods in electroplating (8.108.5002) presents 77 methods for determining a range of components in galvanic baths and sewages.

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  • Stating that the mysterious disease was spreading through sewages and garbage dumping yards, he said that those who were affected died due to profuse bleeding.

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  • When contacted, the Directorate of Environment held Chittagong City Corporation (CCC) and Chittagong Water Supply and Sewerage Authority (CWASA) responsible for the pollution as the sewages of 40 lakh city dwellers are making their way into the river.

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  • Algae can be grown in dead water, ocean water and waste water from sewages. non toxic and is completely biodegradable.

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  • As the matter is at present under discussion by the council, I am not in a position to give extracts from the reports of the engineers and chemists under whose supervision and control the work was done, but I may go so far as to say that the results of my system of electrical treatment have proved its efficiency and applicability to sewages of even such a foul nature as that of Salford and Pendleton.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 799, April 25, 1891

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