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  1. sew·er 1 (so͞o′ər) n. An artificial, usually underground conduit for carrying off sewage or rainwater. [Middle English, from Anglo-Norman sewere, from Vulgar Latin *exaquāria: Latin ex-, ex- + Latin aquāria, feminine of aquārius, pertaining to water (from aqua, water; see akw-ā- in Indo-European roots).] sew·er 2 (so͞o′ər) n. A medieval.
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  3. ALERT: With many StL area stores changing hours, some MSD bill pay locations may be impacted. You can still pay your wastewater bill via the lobby drop box at Market St. (M-F, am – pm), at Pay Online, or by calling
  4. WWTA applies a 10% penalty on all past due sewer bills. Please keep your sewer bill current to avoid penalties and a $30 delinquent administrative charge for potential shutoff of water. Payments must be posted by the due date on your bill. Failure to pay may result in termination of water service.
  5. sewer1 a drain or pipe, esp one that is underground, used to carry away surface water or sewage sewer2 (in medieval England) a servant of high rank in charge of the serving of meals and the seating of guests Sewer (Russian, kloaka). (1) An underground canal for sewage. Sewers originated in antiquity in Babylon, Carthage, Jerusalem, and several cities of.
  6. 2 synonyms of sewer from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 7 related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for sewer.
  7. FOR SEWER MAPS OR QUESTIONS ABOUT EXISTING OR NEW SERVICE CONNECTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT US AT [email protected] The Greater New Haven Water Pollution Control Authority (GNHWPCA) was created in July, as a Regional Sewer Authority that provides sewer service to the communities of New Haven, Hamden, East Haven, and Woodbridge.
  8. We provide high-quality drinking water and wastewater services, promote water conservation and work to safeguard public health and the environment. Miami-Dade County maintains more than 7, miles of underground water lines, as well as about 6, miles of sewer lines, serving some million residents and thousands of visitors.
  9. SEWER SERVICES INFORMATION. The website shows accounts in real-time balances with the current Billing Cycle. The due date is the first day of the current Billing Cycle. A 15% penalty will be assessed 15 days after the due date. Liens are assessed when accounts are delinquent over $ All properties stay in the legal owners name at all times.

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