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" the concentration of sewage, at short intervals, on an area of specially chosen porous ground, as small as will absorb and cleanse it; not excluding vegetation, but making the produce of secondary importance. The intermittency of application is a sine... "
Bacteriology and the Public Health - Page 161
by Sir George Newman - 1904 - 497 pages
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Sewage Disposal: Ten Years' (now Fourteen Years) in Works of Intermittent ...

John Bailey Denton - Sewage disposal - 1885 - 130 pages
..." Filtration means the concentration of sewage, at short intervals, on an area of specially chosen porous ground, as small as will absorb and cleanse it; not excluding vegetation, but making the produce of secondary importance. " The intermittency of application is a sine qua non even in suitably...
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Nature, Volume 35

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1887 - 672 pages
...whereas filtration means "the concentration of sewage, at short intervals, on an area of specially chosen porous ground, as small as will absorb and cleanse it ; not excluding vegetation, but making the produce of secondary importance." On a suitable soil — a sandy loam with a small proportion of gritty...
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The Treatment and utilisation of sewage

William Henry Corfield - 1887 - 590 pages
...supplied. Filtration means the concentration of sewage, at short intervals, on an area of specially chosen porous ground, as small as will absorb and cleanse it ; not excluding vegetation, but making the produce of secondary importance. The intermittency of application is a sine qud non even in suitably...
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Nature: International Journal of Science, Volume 35

Sir Norman Lockyer - Science - 1887 - 974 pages
...filtration means "the concentration of sewage, at short intervals, on an area of specially chosen parous ground, as small as will absorb and cleanse it ; not excluding vegetation, but making the produce of secondary importance." On a suitable soil — a sandy loam with a small proportion of gritty...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 33

Science - 1888 - 898 pages
...Metropolitan Sewage Discharge to be its concentration, at short intervals, on an area of specially chosen porous ground, as small as will absorb and cleanse it; not excluding vegetation-culture, but making the produce of secondary importance. On a suitable soil, such as a sandy...
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Hygiene and public health

Louis Coltman Parkes - 1889 - 532 pages
...Filtration means " the concentration of sewage, at short intervals, on an area of specially chosen porous ground, as small as will absorb and cleanse it; not excluding vegetation, but making the produce of secondary importance. The intermittency of application is a sine gud non even in suitably...
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A Manual of public health

Alexander Wynter Blyth - 1890 - 762 pages
...Filtration means the concentration of the sewage, at short intervals on an area of specially chosen porous ground, as small as will absorb and cleanse it; not excluding vegetation, but making the produce of it of secondary importance. The intermittency of application is a sine qud non even in suitably...
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A Manual of practical hygiene

Edmund Alexander Parkes - 1891 - 848 pages
...Sewage Commission as " the concentration of sewage at short intervals on an area of specially chosen porous ground, as small as will absorb and cleanse it, not excluding vegetation, but making the produce of secondary importance. The intermittcncy of application is a sine quii non, even in suitably...
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Sewage Disposal in the United States

George W. Rafter, Moses Nelson Baker - Sewage - 1900 - 666 pages
...supplied. Filtration means the concentration of sewage at short intervals, on an area of specially chosen porous ground, as small as will absorb and cleanse it ; not excluding vegetation, but making the produce of secondary importance. The intennittency of application is a sine qua non even in suitably...
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Water-supply and Irrigation Papers of the United States ..., Issues 1-8

Geological Survey (U.S.) - 1896 - 766 pages
...supplied. Filtration means the concentration of sewage at short intervals 0n an area of specially chosen porous ground as small as will absorb and cleanse it, not excluding vegetation, but making the produce of secondary importance. The intermittency of application is a sine qua non, even in suitably...
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