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any liquid that is fit for drinking

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The White Paper finds that potable reuse compares favorably with other new water supply alternatives in terms of cost, energy requirements, environmental considerations and reliability.
As more water utilities include active mixing in their potable water storage facilities to improve water quality, they are also concerned about quickly responding to unforeseen water quality issues that may arise.
Potable water connections: Of units surveyed, 29%did not have approved personal eyewash bottles (NSN 6515-01-393-0728 or NIN 00-960-2326) readily available, in sufficient quantities in lieu of permanent or portable eyewash stations in nucleonic / water chemistry rooms and in secondary analysis stations.
Eroglu said Turkey then extended potable water to 3,650 people in eight more settlements in Ethiopia.
The potable water can be consumed for drinking, cleaning, irrigation or other applications.
The Netherlands takes water from the same river for potable use.
The EWA has abandoned the policy of blending ground water with the desalinated water and has started converting desalinated water into potable water.
the idea that no-lead materials in potable water applications are not the only solution.
THE EXPEDITIONARY unit water purifier, or EUWP, is a lightweight, transportable system capable of purifying, storing and dispensing potable water in any austere environment, from virtually any water source, including seawater and sources contaminated by nuclear, biological or chemical agents.
Recycled water - disinfected but not considered potable - could be used to irrigate about 9,800 acres of city-owned property and rights of way, said Randy Williams, Lancaster's public works director.
This provider of custom mixing rubber compounds has introduced five EPDM compounds for potable water applications.
Recent studies have shown that water temperatures as high as 180[degrees]F within potable distribution systems cannot immediately kill "biofilm-insulated" bacteria on contact.
Jon Christie, commercial director of the water technology business at ERCO says he can easily imagine an increase in the use of chlorine dioxide in potable water throughout North America in the next two or three years and the Thunder Bay ERCO plant is poised to capitalize on the market.
Located at 20 River Terrace in New York's Battery Park City, The Solaire has been environmentally engineered to consume 35% less energy, reduce peak demand for electricity by 65%, require 50% less potable water, provide its residents with healthier indoor air quality and offer substantially more natural light than typical residential buildings.
La escasez de agua potable causo una epidemia de colera en 1991, la primera en un siglo.