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Labor Day the Denver Water way

Employees work 24/7 to keep the water flowing

By Denver Water staff

The need for water doesn’t shut off on weekends or holidays — including Labor Day. 87 more words

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September 4, 2006: Bottled Water Use in Iraq War

September 4, 2006Production of Bottled Drinking Water by Oasis. “MNC-I Theater-Specific Requirements for Sanitary Control and Surveillance of Field Water Supplies (MNC-I Operations Order 06-02, September 4, 2006) states that only bottled water is authorized for drinking in Iraq. 501 more words


Work Begins On Barge To Pump Water From Folsom Lake If Water Level Gets Too Low

By Kelly Ryan

FOLSOM (CBS 13) – Emergency work has begun building a barge that would supply the city of Folsom with drinking water. If water levels drop, the current system would not function. 152 more words


September 3, 1908: Bubbly Creek Chlorine Test; 1892: Start of Chicago Sanitary Ship Canal

September 3, 1908:  First day of chloride of lime (chlorine) testing at the Union Stockyards Filtration Plant.  The water source was the foul, polluted Bubbly Creek, a tributary to the Chicago River.  1,504 more words


My Morning Routine

Recently I have been getting quite a few compliments on my skin and that’s pretty unusual for me because I have always been so conscious about it as I use to have acne and still have a few acne scars. 517 more words


Update with Time (100 words Flash)

On a hot summer day, a thirsty crow was searching desperately for water. After a long search, he finds water in a narrow half-filled pot. The crow after extending its neck full length, could not reach the water. 58 more words

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