water line


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water line

a line marked at the level around a vessel's hull to which the vessel will be immersed when afloat
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The final tie-ins to connect the existing raw water line with the newly installed HDD steel pipe section were completed by Mears' subcontractor, T.
Depressurize the system, leave the water lines full, and simply follow these steps:
project is stalled by new demands from both towns that could lead the agency to abandon plans for new water lines.
However, some customers will experience a short, temporary water outage as their service is switched to the new water lines.
That's why Service Line Warranties of Michigan will begin offering affordable water line warranties to residents of Michigan beginning February 1.
Many homeowners are unaware of their potential liabilities relating to repairs of the water line they own on their property," said Sharon Cameron, president of American Water Resources.
The initial problem occurred Monday morning in a water line in Gerlinger Hall, which was built in 1921.
The pepper trees are planted without our consent over a water line that serves millions of people in Los Angeles County.
A water meter is attached to the incoming water line to keep track of new water added to the system to replace water lost from leakage and mold changes.
RICHARDSON, Texas -- Cirro Home Guard, an affiliate of Cirro Energy, has announced three new programs that provide water line replacement, sewer line repair, and related landscaping restoration for homeowners in Texas.
Description : This project will replace approximately 800 linear feet of 8-inch asbestos cement water line with new 8-inch ductile iron water line.
The drinking water project will include approximately 9,500 feet of 18-inch water line, 925 feet of 24-inch water line and four fire hydrants.