Water quality is always an absolute priority of ours, so if our hydrant heroes report any illegal standpipes
being used in their local area, they could potentially prevent their own water supply from being discoloured.
Many boats come with different sized standpipes
for the livewell, including a short, 3-or 4-inch pipe designed to limit the amount of the water in the well and help keep crabs or shrimp alive and frisky.
But now the second standpipe
should make life easier.
This might take the form of pressure measurements in the standpipe
linked to a flow controller on the aeration air.
Clarke, Water Department superintendent, as he unlocked the gate of the chain-link fence surrounding the town's new 500,000-gallon, steel-reinforced concrete standpipe
, in service for little more than a month.
In the early 1990s, the national water authority was phasing out public standpipes
, installing metered connections to every household, and charging for water according to the amount used, rather than a flat rate.
No useful action was taken by Cardiff council and the standpipe
remained a hazard, so in late September I complained directly to Russell Goodway.
water tower painted with the slogan Watch Belton Grow" is one of the highest reinforced concrete structures in the United States.
This AD requires measurement of the visible length of standpipe
(tube) in the top assembly of the fuel strainer assembly for the correct length and the replacement of any fuel strainer assembly that does not have the correct length of standpipe
are scattered across fields protected by tile-outlet terraces, often with one standpipe
for about every two to three acres of land.
Recently, the department experienced certain water quality problems in portions of its distribution system served by water from a standpipe