aggressive water

aggressive water

[ə′gres·iv ′wȯd·ər]
(hydrology)
Any of the waters which force their way into place.
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As part of Modi's aggressive water policy, this will directly have an impact on Pakistan's agriculture.
The Coca-Cola Company and its global bottling partners have announced that they have met their goal to replenish, or in other words, balance, the equivalent amount of water to their global sales volume, back to nature and communities, making Coca-Cola the first Fortune 500 Company to publicly claim achieving such an aggressive water replenishment target.
Based on this achievement, Coca-Cola is the first Fortune 500Companyto publicly claim achieving such an aggressive water replenishment target1.
Systems Through An Aggressive Water Treatment Chemical Program.
The USAID project brought to the Philippines several international experts to advice various sectors of society, from the government to the academe to the business community, on the need for an aggressive water demand management program to help mitigate the effects of the expected decline in water supply in the coming years.
Kramer said the Sierra Club dropped its opposition to Bois d'Arc last fall, when the North Texas water district agreed to pursue more aggressive water conservation and to commit to minimum streamflows in the Bois d'Arc creek after building the lake.
Those standards include more aggressive water and energy reduction targets and process-oriented requirements, like integrated design, charrettes, and life-cycle costing.
A-B InBev said it is on track to achieving its aggressive water reduction goals through "brewing optimization and management inspiration"--and continued use of "water sheriffs.
Abderrahman said that measures that should be implemented today to address this scenario included the cessation of poor water use habits, more aggressive water awareness and conservation policies, a fair and enforced water tariff and perhaps an upper ceiling on water use.
Green by design Engineered HDPE plastic design allows seamless-shell water towers the most aggressive water treatment options available.
Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps couldn't have made a more aggressive water entrance than she did.
The University of California in Santa Barbara has a very aggressive water program, made possible by the Campus Sustainability Energy and Water Team, a group of faculty and students led by co-chair Mo Lovegreen.