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A sewershed is the area of land where all the sewers flow to a single end point, in most cases it is a regulator/permitted outfall, but in cases when the flow can be split between multiple regulators/permitted outfalls, the area above the point of split is treated as a separate sewershed.
|Created||November 26, 2019|
|Category||Environment, Health / Human Services, Planning / Zoning|
|License||Other (City of Philadelphia)|