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gpd

Abbr. for “gallons per day.”
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In Illinois, the department of public health-prescribed daily wastewater flow is 200 GPD per bedroom, representing two occupants per bedroom with all occupants consuming water at virtually twice the per capita average.
Scope: Theproject calls for the construction of a coal-fired power and desalination plantin Duqm with a capacity of 1,000-1,200 MW of power and 26 million gpd of desalinated water.
Lee Wiggins, Chief Executive Officer of GPD Investments, added: "GPD Investments is delighted to be sponsoring the Dubai International Racing Carnival evening on February 6.
In the earlier methods we used only the paid amount in GPD approach, maximum of paid amount in a given interval in GEV approach.
Significantly, GPD Investments has been approved by Dubai's Real Estate Regulatory Agency ("RERA") as an approved developer in Dubai.
Standish believed GPD's plan for 2006 would be tough to achieve because the corporation as a whole was not doing well and the parent company's managers would expect GPD to show growth beyond 2005'S abnormally high sales and profit levels.
It's much broader, and more complicated, than the classic definition of two consecutive quarters of GPD decline that usually surfaces in news accounts.
Circuit City: Garmin waterproof handheld GPD and personal navigator with detailed electronic street map, accurate within 16 feet, $199.
The GPD program has quadrupled its capacity to provide transitional housing for homeless veterans since 2000, and additional growth is planned.
The system is sized to produce 1,000 gallons of LNG per day and reached levels of 1,400 gpd during testing.
New from Yaskawa is the GPD 506/P5, Yaskawa's AC drive for fans and pumps.
Omega CEO Grace Davis stated, "I am excited we can now offer the Omega, GPD and Santech product lines to our customers around the world while at the same time striving to provide industry leading customer service.