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underground bed or layer yielding ground water for wells and springs etc

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acquifer from raw sewage, over-abstraction of water, and increased salinity
The District Court further held that the activity in question did not affect interstate commerce because any contaminants affected local acquifer and groundwater only.
Dayton won for its water well field protection program, which combines zoning, pollution prevention incentives, intergovernmental partnerships, and volunteerism in an effort that protects the city's acquifer.
In Orange County, a "water factory' istreating waste water to bring it up to drinking standards and then injecting it back into the acquifer to prevent coastal salt-water intrusion.
Tenders are invited for Construction of acquifer recharge shaft near p.
Rising minewater in the abandoned workings will pollute drinking water in the underground acquifer if it is not pumped to prevent it rising further.
Hawaiian Natural bottles, markets and distributes natural water obtained from an acquifer in the Big Island of Hawaii under the brand name Hawaiian Springs in the U.
The Santa Lucia acquifer could potentially accommodate 25-40 Bcf of natural gas storage, serving natural gas markets in Buenos Aires and southeastern Brazil.
However, institutional arrangements need to be made to regulate the water markets and check the over-exhaustion of the acquifer.
Water supply consists of minimally treated groundwater from the Floridan Acquifer.
The transition over a quarter of a century from surface disposal, via injection into the Midyat acquifer to the deeper Mardin rock formation, is an example of this.
A new 20-year consumptive use permit issued by SFWMD has reduced the authority's permitted withdrawal amounts from the Biscayne Acquifer to 17.
Tenders are invited for Const of acquifer recharge shaft near p.
While litigation over control of the acquifer continues, regional suppliers are working on a conservation plan to preserve this resource.
The Santa Lucia acquifer could potentially accommodate 40-to-60 billion cubic feet of natural gas storage, serving natural gas markets in Buenos Aires and southeastern Brazil.