There, 61 percent of nonpotable water
urban demand is met by reclaimed water, and the deficit is supplied by tap water from the city water supply.
Someday, for instance, Ford might use only nonpotable water
to supply its manufacturing.
Due to some Warfighter complaints and at least one contractor who reported the actions, the Department of Defense Inspector General (IG) initiated an audit of potable and nonpotable water
in Iraq in September 2006, with the technical support of the US Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine (CHPPM).
Water collected from the roof provides nonpotable water
38) The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007, which aims to reduce energy usage by 30 percent by the year 2015; Executive Order 13514, which seeks to reduce potable water usage by 26 percent as well as nonpotable water
usage by 20 percent by the year 2020; and the 20/20 by 2020 goal align with the Air Force's strategic-level vision.
Two outbreaks resulted from cross-connections between potable and nonpotable water
Dwyer, the engineer, said that as Texas turns to reusing more nonpotable water
, some of that could be stored in reservoirs.
Its tenants used three wells to provide nonpotable water
and septic systems handled waste.
An alternative industrial reuse is the use of treated secondary effluent as makeup water in cooling towers, which in Brazil represents only 17% of industrial nonpotable water
demand (EPA, 2004; HESPANHOL, 2007; METCALF; EDDY, 2003).
In addition, the order requires agencies to reduce nonpotable water
usage for industrial, landscaping, and agricultural purposes 2 percent annually through FY2020.
We added rain barrels all around our camp for education and nonpotable water
cholerae transfer by cargo ship was documented when the same strain was isolated from ballast and other nonpotable water
samples collected from 5 cargo ships from ports in Latin America that arrived in the US Gulf of Mexico (5).