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water right

[′wȯd·ər ‚rīt]
(engineering)
The right to use water for mining, agricultural, or other purposes.
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Until then, however, the water master has persuaded the cities to hold off extra pumping for 10 years.
The Wungong Urban Water Master Plan creates innovative integration of community and environment that will result in social awareness and a unique lifestyle,' Mr Taylor says.
WES will presumably be the provider of sanitary sewer and surface water management for the City of Damascus and, therefore, will need to develop both a sanitary sewer and a surface water master plan to provide these services to the developing area.
Using PowerPoint slides and images Chris Curlett of Water Master takes the audience through a number of potential markets for his company's technology.
The Water Master fits standard hoses, is durable with a brass tip and metal body, frost-resistant and guaranteed for three years.
Rosario Pau here, the city government of San Fernando is lending the town a backhoe, ferried by a barge, while the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has deployed a water master dredger.
Election of officers, proposed bylaw amendments, electric and water master planning updates.
Arcadis has won a contract to produce a water master plan for the Holy City of Makkah and the surrounding region in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
A Brownsville native, Rubinstein was water master for the Rio Grande River and has also worked on environmental infrastructure and other issues on the Mexican border.
The UAEAEs first Water Master Plan will be announced later this month, which will involve the restructuring and privatisation of water services, using more renewable resources and developing more sustainable desalination technologies.
Cumulatively, over time if we can build more of these it might have a beneficial impact (on groundwater),'' said Mark Mackowski, water master for the Upper Los Angeles River Area, which includes the San Fernando Basin.
6 million contract with the City of Kansas City, MO, to implement a geographic information system (GIS), including mapping for a storm water master plan.