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This scheme for the disposal of sullage and sewage is an underground system.
It is distinct from greywater or sullage, the residues of washing processes.
Substances such as urine, excrement, liquid manure, and sullage were used for this purpose.
The major sewerage system for disposal of sullage is through septic tanks and public conveniences.
However, only the toilet waste is connected to the sewer while sullage is discharged into the drains.
Reducing sullage and non-point water impacts.
The latter is tightly controlled in order to prevent any pollution of water resources through sewage, sullage or other sources of pollution.
Advantage: the DVC can be converted to a pour-flush toilet with one vault used for excreta and the other for household water waste (sullage).
Simplified sewerage is a low-cost sewer system that collects all household wastewater (WC wastes and sullage) in small-diameter pipes laid at fairly flat gradients.
While Capita Symonds did not address the issue of the emergency response to the explosion, it did address the advisability of having a sullage plant near a cruise terminal.
Greywater, or sullage, is wastewater generated from domestic activities such as laundry, dishwashing, and bathing, which can be recycled on-site for uses such as landscape irrigation and constructed wetlands.
On 22 October 1985, while en route from Darwin to Indonesia, a combination of cleaning chemicals and the contents of the ship's sullage tanks caused hydrogen sulfide gas to form.
Corporated-class of sullage barges are series of seven yardcrafts being built by M/s Corporated Shipyard Private Limited, Kolkata for the Indian navy.
In May 2011, the explosion of a sullage tank on the Western Arm, while a cruise ship was berthed nearby, ultimately resulted in the loss of life of a dock worker.
The kerosene and water mix burned in the trainers, known as sullage caused significant water and air pollution and created a health hazard for the staff exposed to the fumes for protracted periods.
Setting out armed with a pistol and a tattered copy of the 18th-century naturalist William Bartram's "Travels," Inman takes leave of a "country of swill and sullage, sump of the continent," and heads off into the new sunrise of his life.