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water back

A system of pipes or a reservoir of water at the back of a fireplace, or the like, to utilize its heat in providing a supply of hot water.
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Head of the district Akram Madumarov had suggested the owners of apartments to move to a balance of a municipal joint-stock company, which was able to bring clean water back.
He said: "He rang the plumber and said I hadn't bad-mouthed them or anything, I just wanted my water back.
Residents of Toledo, Ohio are getting their water back, but the algal blooms that turned the waters of Lake Erie into something resembling gloppy green paint are a long-term problem that will require major changes in farming and sewage treatment throughout the Midwest.
One day Anna was behind the other children carrying her can of water back and she was alone with the cows, who frightened her.
Northwest Arkansas: 'Somebody Turned the Water Back On'
A net-zero energy installation produces as much energy onsite as it uses; a net-zero water installation limits the consumption of freshwater resources and returns water back to the local watershed; and a net-zero waste installation reduces, reuses and recovers waste streams, converting them to resources and thus creating zero landfill waste.
BOOTLE: A community arts centre has its heating and hot water back up and running thanks to the generosity of a building services firm.
Former subscriptions secretary, Andy Taylor, ,pictured, said: "We have already got the gas and water back on and the electricity is on its way.
A spokeswoman for Severn Trent said the burst water pipe had now been repaired: "The water supply was affected for a handful of our customers, but we managed to bring water in from another network of pipes so we could get everyone's water back on while we carried out the repairs.
Let's just say I was highly motivated to finish the job and turn the water back on so I could jump in the shower.
In addition, the company said Soil2O is an environmentally friendly potassium based product, which holds up to four hundred times its weight in water and slowly releases 95% of that water back into the ground.
Bungling government bosses admit it will be the middle of next week - literally - before we get the water back on.