The word Libitina then came to be used for the business of an undertaker, funeral requisites, and (in the poets) for death itself.
All public sewers are the responsibility of the relevant sewerage undertaker.
Any sewer which is not vested in the sewerage undertaker is a private sewer.
He has advised statutory undertakers on all aspects of Parliamentary matters.
He hastily flung some brushes into his tool kit, then straightened up and gazed at news undertaker wwe her with deep compassion.
In particular, how the sewage undertakers can play an active role in addressing drainage at a strategic level.
Members of this scheme are deemed approved by the local water undertaker.
NOTES 1 ) Portsmouth Water Limited is a licensed water undertaker regulated by Ofwat.
Part 3 also includes powers for the Secretary of State to require sewerage undertakers to adopt private sewers.
Pliny, H.N. 35.6 Regulations concerning an undertakers ' service " contracted out " by the local authorities.
Regulation 25(1)(b ) gives water undertakers the discretion to decide which products would not adversely affect the quality of drinking water.
S. 29 rep. by SRO ( NI ) 1973/341 PART IV public UTILITY UNDERTAKINGS Duty of public utility undertakers to make reports.
Such an inset appointment may be granted to another existing water undertaker or to a new licensee.
The First thing to do on the Death of a person is to contact an undertaker.
The following year he advertised that he had also become an undertaker.
There is advice about new guidance on PPE and on the use of ladders and new resources for laundry workers and for funeral undertakers.
These powers are vested in " the nominated undertaker " and the Bill gives the Secretary of State the ability to nominate that undertaker.
What is the period for which the water supply can be extended to with the written consent of the water undertaker?
Undertaker in respect of Shotton.
Undertakers ' works.
Undertakers etc. 39.