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drinking fountain

A fixture consisting of a shallow basin, together with a water jet, designed to provide potable water for human consumption.
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For nearly two decades, the Los Angeles Unified School District has relied on its staff to flush hundreds of campus drinking fountains every day to help lower any lead levels in the water, but tracking began only six months ago on whether the procedures are being properly carried out.
Osaka city authorities ordered the Universal Studios Japan (USJ) Hollywood movie theme park Monday to halt use of all the drinking fountains in the park after detecting the amount of bacteria in the fountains exceeded quality standards for drinking water, city officials said.
Public drinking fountains in the streets, fed by the mains, were an important weapon in the war against disease in Victorian England.
Tenders are invited for Provide nine (9) drinking fountains.
Among the improvements is a faithful replica of the original drinking fountain that stood in the park in 1883.
Melly initially invested pounds 500 of his own money and installed 43 drinking fountains, between 1854 and 1858 at various locations around the docks and the city.
And if you don't think a drinking fountain can be a work of art take a look at some examples on this page.
The reconstruction will include new pavements and curbs, fencing and gates, bollards, benches, drinking fountains, water feature, park lighting, plant material, water supply and water drainage.
The granite drinking fountain was erected in 1885 by public subscription to commemorate Richard Hollon, the Lord Mayor of York, whose wife Mary was a Morpethian.
Footpaths and car parks are to be upgraded and trees, hedges and flower beds replanted, the stone drinking fountain renovated and improvements made to the drainage system.
Hot and cold rooms are lined in terrazzo (terracotta pink and baby blue respectively) so that the bathers' attention is initially focused on the water and only subsequently on the surrounding surface, A third chamber, with drinking fountain and a mysterious well, is so dimly lit that its sides of smooth flags are barely perceptible.