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potable

[′pōd·ə·bəl]
(science and technology)
Suitable for drinking.
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Par ailleurs, le president de l'Organe de gestion de l'eau potable, des eaux usees et de la protection du consommateur, l'ingenieur Mohamed Hassan Mostafa, a fait savoir que ladite etude visait a ce que les categories qui meritent la subvention en profitent veritablement en ce qui concerne l'eau potable et l'electricite.
The additional desalinated water capacity produced by the expansion project will help in strengthening the Sultanate's water production capacity and meet the increasing demand for potable water in Oman which is estimated to be rising at eight per cent per annum.
Veysel Eroglu said Turkish State Water Works Directorate (DSI) had sent potable water to Ethiopia, Sudan, Burkina Faso and Niger to meet potable water needs of almost 350,000 people.
"Designed for use in fluid-handling applications, Fortron 6165A6 PPS can replace more costly copper, brass, zinc, aluminum, stainless steel, and other metals and thermoplastics that are traditionally used in potable water service applications," says Ed Hallahan, technical marketing manager--Ticona High Performance Polymers.
RSS can supply water for any application in area's that have limited supply of fresh water or no potable water."
* the idea that no-lead materials in potable water applications are not the only solution.
Designed for minimal extraction of ingredients in potable water applications, the compounds will not leach, making them particularly applicable for uses that involve drinking water, according to the company.
Jon Christie, commercial director of the water technology business at ERCO says he can easily imagine an increase in the use of chlorine dioxide in potable water throughout North America in the next two or three years and the Thunder Bay ERCO plant is poised to capitalize on the market.
Located at 20 River Terrace in New York's Battery Park City, The Solaire has been environmentally engineered to consume 35% less energy, reduce peak demand for electricity by 65%, require 50% less potable water, provide its residents with healthier indoor air quality and offer substantially more natural light than typical residential buildings.
La escasez de agua potable causo una epidemia de colera en 1991, la primera en un siglo.
Tillman Water Reclamation Plant in the Sepulveda basin and spread for percolation into potable water aquifers.