Uses for Potable and Nonpotable Water
Potable Nonpotable * Drinking * Centralized hygiene (showering) * Heat treatment (cold water * Laundering and ice for troops) * Preparation of human remains * Personal hygiene (shaving, and cleaning of equipment daily sponge washing, brushing * Nuclear, biological, teeth) * Food preparation and chemical decontamination * Medical staff and equipment * Vehicle maintenance cleaning * Aircraft washing * Hospital medical treatment * Engineer construction
With water and nonpotable water
it expects to use from reclaimed water, Newhall Land anticipates having enough water to serve its customers as the project is completed over the next 25 years - pending county approval.
McCreary has experience in a variety of liquid and air filtration segments, including swimming pool/spa, potable and nonpotable water
, disposal liquid cartridges.
EPTC's Closed-loop Waste Management System converts solid animal waste into commercial grade, pathogen-free, nutrient-rich, soil-building medium and converts liquid waste into a nonpotable water
to be used in the farmer's fields.
The cabins, which sleep up to 12 people, have wood-burning stoves, cooking utensils and dishes, padded bunks, pit toilets, and limited nonpotable water
It is important to evaluate satellite treatment technology in terms of California regulations and measure performance findings against requirements from other states to determine methods of disinfection suitable for nonpotable water
," said Dr.
P3: Nonpotable Water
Tank System - This will be the final phase of this project.
is nonpotable water
nearby, it could be purified using the technology
Signs around the golf course indicate that the irrigation comes from nonpotable water
, and "it's been a blessing this year," Scott said.
The misperception that these venues use potable fresh water instead of recycled chlorinated nonpotable water
may encourage children to intentionally swallow water.
But officials have said the nonpotable water
will have been treated at the Donald C.
Clin Infect Dis 1995 ;20:1497-[ILLEGIBLE TEXT] Warner RD, Carr RW, McClesky FK, Johnson PC, Goldy-Elmer LM, [ILLEGIBLE TEXT] large nontypical outbreak of Norwalk virus: gastroenteritis associated with celery to nonpotable water
and with Citrobacter freundii.