lost water

lost water

[′lȯst ′wȯd·ər]
(petroleum engineering)
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Contract notice: the present consultation concerns the realization of works of replacement of the production of chilled water as well as the replacement of the whole of the individual air conditioners supplied directly with lost water of the site cabanel of the ints (paris 15th).
This lost water is referred to as consumed, because it is removed from the system.
Raslan pointed out that lost water accounts for 30% of all water consumed, due to consumption behaviours.
The incident came just days after hundreds of homes and businesses lost water supplies when a water main near the junction of Edgerton Road and Blacker Road burst.
AKATED emphasized that the percentage of lost water in developed countries usually runs between 10-20 percent, between two and four times less than the current rate in Turkey.
The ministry and the Jordan Water Company Miyahuna had documented these assaults and referred the violators to the prosecutor", it said, vowing to pursue the offenders and carry out measures to reduce the amount of lost water and fairly distribute water to the citizens.
In actuality it is 75 gallons without lost water being added, with losses calculated at 14pc of consumed water - which we are working to reduce.
Our priority now is to support our customers in identifying potential leaks and ultimately reducing lost water.
The reality of Holden's ongoing lost water problems: Year after year Holden ranks as one of the worst-performing water districts in the entire state.
Officials have attributed the water shortage to four factors: the long-running drought stemming from insufficient rainfall; the overuse of groundwater from wells, causing many wells to run dry as the water table falls; overconsumption and waste because water is so cheap in Iran; and lost water supplies due to poorly maintained pipes that leak large quantities of water.
However, this was only about half the rate at which the Aral Sea itself lost water during that period.
An average of 650 water-main breaks every day in North America equates to billions in lost water annually.