With more than 50 million Americans without power in the wake of Superstorm Sandy, the country’s sewage system is an urgent priority for many government agencies.
Now, a new study from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) shows how the sewage system works, how much sewage is being discharged, and how it can be improved.
The wastewater system is built by piping water into a tank, which is connected to a large pump.
The pump then turns water into steam, which flows through pipes and to a treatment plant.
The sewage is treated in the treatment plant, and then the water is pumped back to the tank.
The system works to clear more than 70 percent of wastewater in the U.S., and it has been in place since the 1970s.
But a few things need to be considered before we can consider wastewater systems as a reliable and affordable source of clean water.
The American Society for Civil Engineers’ study, which examined sewage treatment systems across the country, found that the average annual discharge rate of wastewater was 3.3 million gallons per day.
That’s less than half of the 6.8 million gallons of treated sewage each day that the U and S. government releases.
The study also found that there is less than 2 percent of the nation’s total wastewater system that can meet the needs of the country.
According to the study, the U: The average U.s. sewage system has about a quarter of the capacity of the average U, S. sewage plant, which can discharge as much as 25 million gallons a day.
The average U is also one of the least efficient systems in the world, with an average discharge rate about 7.3 times lower than the average of the rest of the world.
The ASCE report, “State-of-the-Art Treatment Systems in the USA: 2013-2020,” said that most of the wastewater treatment systems are not efficient enough to meet the nation-wide needs.
The report also said that a majority of the systems were outdated and inefficient.
In addition, the report found that most wastewater systems have not changed in more than 30 years.
“These systems can be costly, and often run inefficiently, because they’re not designed to meet local needs and have poor maintenance, which results in the loss of thousands of tons of water and chemicals,” the report said.
The report said that while sewage treatment is an important part of the U, the problem is often overlooked and ignored by the public and local government.
“The lack of public understanding of the need to clean the countrys sewage system can contribute to a culture of waste and discharges that is not based on scientific evidence or science-based principles,” the ASCE said.
“As a result, it is difficult to ensure that the nations wastewater system meets its environmental and public health responsibilities.”