• What is a sewer?

    Anna Piskunova
    Anna Piskunova
    March 30, 2015
    What is a sewer?

    Have you ever thought about what happens to the water that we have already used (for example, washed dirty dishes)? Where does it flow away, and what happens next? But the water does not just merge into the reservoir, it undergoes a serious filtration procedure and then comes back to us in a new form. For this just serves as sewage.

    Sewer definition

    Sewerage is a system of pipes, underground canals and other sanitary facilities for the disposal, treatment and disposal of wastewater.

    In general, sewage is one of the components of water supply and drainage systems. It can be industrial (at enterprises and factories) or household, relating to the maintenance of houses and apartments.

    The main purpose of sewage is to receive and treat wastewater. Also, the sewage system can work with rainwater. Probably each of us saw the drain pipes on the street. This is also part of the sewer system.After the water has been diverted from the main consumer with contaminants, it must go through the cleaning system and return to the reservoir.

    That's what sewage is. On its connection, read the article How to connect the sewer.

    Other meanings

    In the past, canalization was also called the construction of a network of canals, which usually connected several water basins. Today this value is outdated.

    There is another sewer value. Sometimes they talk about cable ducts, i.e. sets of pipelines and viewing devices for laying, installation and maintenance of cables.

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