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water-borne

carried by water, such as a water-borne epidemic of typhoid fever.
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Paul Kappock: Most antifouling coatings are solvent-borne, but there are a few water-borne systems that have been around for some years.
Rising cases of spread of dengue and other water-borne diseases have been reported from Tamil Nadu, Telangana, West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh.
In developing world countries four-fifths of all illness is caused by water-borne diseases, with diarrhea being the leading cause of childhood death.
Albeit self-cross-linking technology has improved the chemical resistance performance of one-component water-borne direct-to-metal resins, a further boost was required to bridge the gap to two-component topcoat performance," he says.
Technavio's report, Global Water-borne Wood Coatings Market 2015-2019, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts.
The ongoing drought and famine may end in Thar but malnutrition and water-borne diseases may not.
This new methodology has, for example, been employed to measure the water-borne cortisol levels from large enclosures containing groups of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) and carp (Cyprinus carpio) (Ruane and Komen, 2003; Ellis et al.
People are hopeful that with the implementation of this project, they will be safe from the danger of water-borne diseases and will have clean drinking water.
Summary: Millions of children at risk from water-borne diseases
5million children caught up in the Pakistan floods disaster are at high risk from water-borne diseases, the UN warned yesterday.
children were threatened by water-borne disease after massive flooding wrecked
The water purified has been launched to offer safe drinking water for rural households and to reduce the incidence of water-borne diseases.