central water

central water

[′sen·trəl ′wȯd·ər]
(oceanography)
Upper water mass associated with the central region of oceanic gyre.
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This passed, the frigate took a more decided westerly direction, and scoured the central waters of the Pacific.
2 October 2017 - Missouri, US-based residential heating, air conditioning, plumbing, and central water filtration services provider 4 Eco Services, Inc has acquired the assets of Roger the Plumber of Lenexa, Kansas, the company said.
The minister directed officials of Central Water Commission and other allied agencies in her ministry to visit every block of drought- affected areas in the country to chalk out a detailed plan to face this challenge.
These include : Damodar Valley Corporation (Kolkata-West Bengal), Central Water and Power Research Station (Pune-Maharashtra), Central Board of Irrigation and Power (New Delhi), Central Soil and Materials Research Station (CSMRS) (New Delhi), Central Ground Water Board (Faridabad-Haryana), Central Water Commission (New Delhi), Bhaskaracharya Institute for Space Aspplications and Ge-Informatics (Gandhinagar-Gujrat) and Bramhaputra Board (Guwahati-Assam.
The Appeals Court instead granted the former owner, Central Water District, the right to compound interest.
The increase in rates can be attributed to an EU directive and an outstanding debt owed to the central Water Board.
Specific "green" building features include air filtration systems throughout; a central water filtration system; and a storm water processing system.
But residents at the Canyon Village condos, claiming the company has a history of problems managing the complex, said they fear that gas to central water heaters will be cut off.
As water demand grows and global water supplies and quality decrease, GE's Homespring[TM] Central Water Purifier, ZeeWeed[R] Ultrafiltration Membranes, ABMet[R] Advanced Biological Metals Removal Process and Permatreat[TM] Enhanced Performance Pretreatment technologies will help increase water availability and protect global water sources.
But problems with the state's central water project could force growers to use up the river allocation much sooner, says Jason Morrison of the Pacific Institute, the study's principal author.
We are pleased with our first quarter results from the longer term perspective, which included contract revenue from both the India Meteorological Department (IMD) and Central Water Commission (CWC) of India, although shipments on both contracts were delayed, likely until Q2 2006, due to scheduling and import license issues," said Raul McQuivey, Sutron's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.
Sutron signed a contract with the Government of India's Central Water Commission (CWC) in the amount of $4,556,000 for the Supply, Installation, Testing, Commissioning and Maintenance of a Real-Time Data Acquisition Network consisting of 168 Hydro-Met Stations and for 12 CWC Modeling Centers including Hardware, Software and Peripherals.

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