Poor Waste Management . By: Kelli Cordell. Rome Sewers. There was 43 pumping stations. About 400 miles of sewer mains. The Roman Water Reclamation facility has the capacity to treat 36 million gallons of wastewater per day. U.S.A. Sewers.
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