sewer line

NOUN
  1. a main in a sewage system
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How To Use sewer line In A Sentence

  • Workers cleaned and repaired the Baghdad trunk sewer line and its associated manholes and pumping stations.
  • The common problems in pipes are blocked toilets and drains (especially kitchen drains), failure of garbage disposals, and roots in sewer lines.
  • The insurgents place the mines on a road surface or shoulder or even in sewer lines.
  • The utility model is characterized in that a sewer line is provided with a water catching and storing tank which is provided with a water outlet and an overflow opening.
  • Use at least a 4-inch diameter sewer line (also known as influent line or distribution pipe) from the house to the lagoon.
  • The spill occurred at a sewer line on Toyon Road in Mission Valley about 7 a.m. and was fixed by 10.
  • In addition, property owners commonly grant easements for the placement of utility poles, utility trenches, water lines or sewer lines.
  • Sewer lines, which would have otherwise emptied the sullage into the nearby Virugambakkam canal, are overflowing as the canal is in spate and there is hardly any movement of water.
  • Also, a licensed plumber may be required to attach your pipes to the public sewer line and water supply.
  • Trees on top of or even near septic tanks, sewer lines or in leach fields are to be avoided. Perfect plants to place over septic systems
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