If you live in a house, you'd know how expensive sewage system costs you. Water system is like blood stream, essential to house hold. Reading helps you to gain knowledge and power and money-saving. Over the holiday season, many flyers come around, asking to buy stuff, gifts.
One thing J picked up was "don't put any cooking oil/gravy into sewage;; instead, get oily waste to regular garbage by wiping out with paper towel - sounds costly, but it prevents your sewage from clotting; also prevent bacteria/fungi from growing in your sewage system.
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sew·age ['su: - ij] (J-) (so?o′?j)
Liquid and solid waste carried off in sewers or drains.
, sewer (from Middle English, short for Anglo-Norman sewere
; see sewer1
) + -age
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waste matter from domestic or industrial establishments that is carried away in sewers or drains for dumping or conversion into a form that is not toxic
[C19: back formation from sewer1]
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