aggressive water

aggressive water

[ə′gres·iv ′wȯd·ər]
(hydrology)
Any of the waters which force their way into place.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Jeremy Wyeth, President and CEO states; "Increased production in the first quarter reflects the significant benefits of the Company's aggressive water control program over the past year.
Buildings in the Gulf region, particularly the high-rises with underground parking, need to be protected from aggressive water passage and corrosion," says Wolf.
In the past, Antonovich said public agencies have been lax in pursuing aggressive water purification programs.
Also, the unit-cost estimate of selected DSM programs can be compared with the utility's current resource costs and overall rate levels to help evaluate more aggressive water conservation rates.
Sensus is committed to delivering solutions that enable water utilities to embrace new opportunities for demand management, measure water flow with exceptional accuracy and improve operational efficiencies, resulting in a rapid return on capital investment while supporting aggressive water conservation goals," said Mike Tracy, vice president of North American Water for Sensus.
New aggressive water strategy calls for global reduction target of 30 percent per vehicle by 2015
Our environmental car cleaning services are in concert with LA's aggressive water conservation efforts.
The lot has in place an aggressive water conservation program, eco-friendly paints and cleaning products, sustainable cafe and craft services practices and a number of programs to promote greener transportation by its employees.
The product is also recommended for use on mixer blades, shafts and other steel machinery components in contact with aggressive water and sewage slurry liquids.
These costs include the need to acquire increasingly costly water transfers and more aggressive water conservation.
The new system also supports the utility's aggressive water conservation efforts by streamlining rate-change management so that fines and increased rates can be applied accurately to deter water waste.
What has always been ironic to us is that CPVC could only be used in areas where copper pipe failed because of aggressive water or soil conditions.