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water back

A system of pipes or a reservoir of water at the back of a fireplace, or the like, to utilize its heat in providing a supply of hot water.
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'As a company we are on track to replenish 100% water back into the communities where our business operates.
Large tankers of water were brought in to alleviate the problem and get water back into homes.
Most homes near the Jesmond burst pipe had water back on by 2am on Saturday, with all supplies restored by 6am.
Farmers decided to try to dig drainage ditches through these lowland lakes and swamps and put the water back in the river.
"Idiots drain the canals for a bit of fun and it is very time-consuming to get the water back in.
She said her colleague hit the nozzle, switching the water back to the hot setting.
This has been like it for some time now so can the council explain why and give the kids the water back because its not a stunning water feature as it is.
Head of the district Akram Madumarov had suggested the owners of apartments to move to a balance of a municipal joint-stock company, which was able to bring clean water back. However, the enterprise did no do any works.
Residents of Toledo, Ohio are getting their water back, but the algal blooms that turned the waters of Lake Erie into something resembling gloppy green paint are a long-term problem that will require major changes in farming and sewage treatment throughout the Midwest.
After deconstructing the structure with high-pressure water and sucking and separating the aggregate, cement and water, the ERO robot recycles the water back into the system.