The ideal modern sewage system is one in which

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    sanitary sewage water is collected and treated, but storm water is not.
     individual home owners operate private septic systems on large lots.
     all sanitary sewage water is collected separately from storm water and fully treated to remove all pollutants before the water is release to natural systems.
     all sanitary sewage water and storm water is collected in a single sewer system and treated in a single treatment plant.
asked Jun 25, 2012 in Environmental Science by anonymous
    

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all sanitary sewage water is collected separately from storm water and fully treated to remove all pollutants before the water is release to natural systems.
answered Jun 26, 2012 by Geodude ~Top Expert~ (9,680 points)



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