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to expose to circulating air

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expose to fresh air

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aerate (sewage) so as to favor the growth of organisms that decompose organic matter

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impregnate, combine, or supply with oxygen

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People in Wales struggling, facing costs across due dilin embarrasses are strugoss the board, and yet your government PS240 to change one of PS240, and PS124 for an ment is paying these - up to n aerator. Do you acknowledge these figures?
Summary: Agartala (Tripura) [India], Aug 29 (ANI): Rameshwar Das, the Principal Secretary of Tripura's Fisheries Department, has backed Chief Minister Biplab Deb's comments about raising oxygen levels in water bodies by releasing ducks, saying that bird is a natural aerator and its presence in water bodies provides multiple benefits.
The aerators are to be fitted as a one-time measure and have been fitted in existing taps of Tejas Express without any modification or replacements of available taps.
Work the aerator across affected patches, creating a series of holes.
Depending on what model you select, aerators run on batteries (usually D cell or 9-volt) or come equipped with leads that clip to a 12-volt car or boat battery.
Apartment Owner Savings Per Device Average Annual Savings Electric Water CFL Light Bulb $7.76 -- Smart Strip $26.15 -- Showerhead (1.5 GPM) $49.08 $36.50 Aerator (1.0 GPM) $7.19 $21.90 Aerator (1.5 GPM) $4.23 $12.76 Pipe Insulation $19.38 -- Tank Insulation $11.53 -- Water Heater (Temp.
The popular Vinturi, which has expanded its line from the original red wine aerator to include aerators for white wine, spirits and travel, added a touch of color to its wine aerator, at least for the show.
The number of aerators per unit of area can be calculated based on water respiration rate (phytoplankton), sediment respiration rate (decaying organic matter), cultured organisms respiration rate, and the Standard Oxygen Transfer Rate (SOTR) of the aerators (FAST; BOYD, 1992; SANTA; VINATEA, 2007).
The Model 205 can also be used to measure vibration levels on equipment such as aerators, dissolution and shaker baths, blowers, centrifuges, compressors, mixers and pumps.
The lagoon and nine surface aerators were used to treat material from the town and the local paper mill between the early 1970s and 2005, when the treatment plant was rebuilt and the lagoon was no longer needed for the process.
Aerators: Designed to either cut or poke holes in the lawn or pasture to allow fertilizer, air, water and nutrients in, aerators come in a plug style and a spike style.
Compared with conventional aerators, Kludi Rak's aerators also deliver several other advantages, including superior lime protection, damage-proof design, extended lifespan, perfect stream quality even under difficult water pressure conditions, and integrated anti-clogging dome screen that filters sediments and particles, a statement said.
The introduction of the water-efficient aerators in the UAE coincides with the launch of major water-conservation efforts in the country, particularly the 'Watersavers' campaign spearheaded by the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD) which will see every tap in Abu Dhabi fitted with water-saving devices within three years.
Aquanova, of Hermosillo, Mexico, said it paid House Manufacturing $187,300 in 2004 for aerators to use in its shrimp farming operation.
* Install water-saving toilets, showerheads and faucet aerators, if possible.