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Tacoma Water: Methanol: Consumption

The methanol facility use

Specifically, presented, “7.1 Water Supply The methanol plant will require significant quantities of water to function. Estimated usage amounts identify the facility as requiring about 10.4 million gallons of water per day ( 685 more words

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#TDIWH—February 12, 1914: Detroit Sewer Gas Explosion and Front Royal Water Supply

February 12, 1914: Municipal Journal article. Damaging Sewer Gas Explosion. “Detroit. Mich.-An explosion of gas in the 18th street sewer has sent manhole covers flying skyward, torn up pavements, shattered windows, and wrecked outbuildings in the western part of the city. 270 more words

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Why You Should Not Drink Reverse Osmosis (R.O.) Water -- Unless You Add Minerals

The Importance of Water

Aside from miraculous providence [1] or comatose patients [2], the average person can only live three days without water [3]. Water is such a vital part of life, that Jesus uses it as a metaphor of eternal life and the indwelling of the Holy Spirit within believers. 812 more words

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Brown water in Kingwood, TX

Severn Trent in the news over brown water in Kingwood, TX.  Never good to be in the news over something you likely have little control over. 21 more words

Zika Virus Update: Argentine and Brazilian Doctors Name Larvicide as Potential Cause of Microcephaly

As Brazilian and U.S. officials continue to push for a lucrative Zika virus vaccine, new theories are emerging to explain the crisis in Brazil. According to organicconsumer.org, “a chemical larvicide that produces malformations in mosquitoes was introduced into the drinking water supply in 2014. 29 more words

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“Water is Life” is Theme of Annual SERCAP Meeting and the Focus of the Organization’s Mission

April 20, 2016, is the date for this year’s annual “Water is Life! Luncheon and Conference” held by the Southeast Rural Community Assistance Project, Inc., or SERCAP, located in Roanoke, Va. 121 more words

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#TDIWH—February 11, 1915: Detroit Metering and Burst NYC Water Main

February 11, 1915: Municipal Journal article. Metering in Detroit. Detroit, Mich.-“Superintendent Theodore A. Leisen and the water board are asking for about $561,000 to complete the installation of meters. 253 more words

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