In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(waste/sewage) sin tratar(waste/sewage) sin procesaruntreated wood — madera que no ha sido tratada
- untreated, the disease can be fatal — si no se trata, la enfermedad puede ser mortal
- He said the problem lay at Zwelitsha and the municipality was pumping raw untreated sewage into the Buffalo River.
- It was unclean water, untreated sewage and uncollected rubbish.
- The previous inspections found both boats were dumping sewage, food waste and untreated water into the ocean.
- It also admitted that a drinking water fountain had been pumping out untreated industrial water for nine months.
- Hazards can include jellyfish, cramp and hypothermia and sickness due to untreated sewage pollution.
- Since then the sewage of more than half a million inhabitants has flowed untreated into the river.
- He said he was amazed to hear there were areas where untreated sewage is getting into a river.
- The Calder flows into the River Ribble near Clitheroe and carries untreated sewage for miles.
- The untreated sewage was taken from a septic tank beside a public toilet and dispersed with a muck spreader.
- It is a well-known fact that untreated sewage is the major cause of polluted rivers, the world over.
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