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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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The DWP and watermaster want polluters to pay for future treatment facilities.
We have specially built this hydro bathtub for this event, in order to showcase our work including on how we can use water to perform massage and therapy," Watermaster Qatar general manager Pierre Boueri explained.
Jack Bernstein and Harry Apostolos are the co-founders of WaterMaster America, Inc.
The chair of the San Gabriel River Water Committee, De Jesus also has represented Three Valleys on the Chino Basin Watermaster Board.
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Cook said Michael Mattick, a watermaster with the Department of Water Resources who settles resource disputes during dry seasons, approached the county and the companies about two weeks ago, and raised the possibility of a drought declaration.
In response, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality decided last week to appoint a watermaster to the lower Brazos basin - an overseer who will interact daily with river users like farmers and manufacturers and require them to report their water use in real time.
A lot of this water just hits the storm drain and heads to the ocean, never to be seen again,'' said Mark Macowski, assistant watermaster for the San Fernando Valley.
He serves as USGVMWD's representative to the San Gabriel Basin Water Quality Authority and Main San Gabriel Basin Watermaster.
The declaration came three days after the local watermaster - the state official tasked with regulating water use in times of shortage - restricted Westfir's water.
East Valley Water District expects to finance the project with a low interest loan from the San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District, which imports water from the State Water Project and distributes it to retail agencies and also serves as watermaster for the area.