flush water

wash water, flush water

Water carried on a truck mixer in a special tank for flushing the interior of the concrete mixer after discharge of the concrete.
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It's now common that men's urinals in public places do not need flush water, which saves us millions and millions of gallon of water each year.
Diuretics flush water from the body so can add to dehydration.
All three toilets were of the siphonic type, in which flush water enters the bowl bottom as a submerged jet directed toward the S-shaped outlet trapway, inducing a siphon effect that empties the bowl.
The North Douglas district will not be replacing fixtures or pipes but instead plans to ask all staff members to flush water through the sinks and drinking fountains each morning, Lahley said.
WASA's chief is annoyed and has directed his staff to clean/ flush water supply lines and to put chlorine there.
* Flush water from the anti-foam and detergent hand pumps.
"This would help improve the quality of water as it would make it possible to regularly flush water from the Creek," Alya Abdul Rahim Al Harmoudi, Head of Coastal Area and Watercanals Management Department at the municipality, said.
Their "EcoFlush" Swedish urine-diverting toilet features a urine drain in the front of the bowl, through which urine and flush water drain to a graywater system that irrigates their landscape.
Summary: Company's sanitaryware to contribute to reducing flush water usage in line with environment conservation objectives prescribed in Australia's WELS scheme .
SUTTON - Residents in the Wilkinsonville Water District were told to flush water pipes yesterday after an excessive amount of potassium hydroxide got into the water system.
A three-ounce portion of BlueSeal lasts for over 1,500 uses, replacing as much as 4,500 gallons of potable-quality flush water. The BlueSeal liquid is biodegradable and the EcoTrap is recyclable.