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potable

 [po´tah-b'l]
fit to drink.

po·ta·ble

(pō'tă-bĕl),
Drinkable; fit to drink.
[L. potabilis, fr. poto, to drink]

potable

/pot·a·ble/ (po´tah-b'l) fit to drink.

potable

Clinical nutrition adjective Drinkable noun A drinkable fluid

po·ta·ble

(pō'tă-bĕl)
Drinkable; fit to drink.
[L. potabilis, fr. poto, to drink]

po·ta·ble

(pō'tă-bĕl)
Drinkable; fit to drink.
[L. potabilis, fr. poto, to drink]

potable

fit to drink.
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The provincial cabinet, he added, has already approved the Drinking Water Policy 2015 in its meeting in August 2015 under which potable water has been recognized as a basic human right and now it was the responsibility of the PHE department to ensure its implementation.
In California, for example, the White Paper finds that purified wastewater can provide enough potable water to supply all municipal needs (including commercial and industrial uses) for more than eight million people, or roughly one-fifth of the state's projected population for 2020.
Pulsair's energy efficient potable water mixing process helps water district operators completely mix water storage tanks in a matter of minutes to improve water quality, reduce thermal stratification, protect against total trihalomethanes (TTHMs) and haloacetic acids (HAA5s), and nitrification buildup to achieve uniform water temperature and reduce ice formation.
Potable water connections: Of units surveyed, 23% did not have their blue potable water hoses properly labeled "POTABLE WATER ONLY" every ten feet.
Selon le responsable, une etude a revele que la consommation d'eau potable par certaines categories aisees ne depasse pas les 10 m3 alors que la consommation de familles vivant dans les bidonvilles depasse de loin cette consommation.
The additional desalinated water capacity produced by the expansion project will help in strengthening the Sultanate's water production capacity and meet the increasing demand for potable water in Oman which is estimated to be rising at eight per cent per annum.
The project will also receive further LEED Points for water efficient fixtures which will reduce potable water consumption up to 30%.
Veysel Eroglu said Turkish State Water Works Directorate (DSI) had sent potable water to Ethiopia, Sudan, Burkina Faso and Niger to meet potable water needs of almost 350,000 people.
Designed for use in fluid-handling applications, Fortron 6165A6 PPS can replace more costly copper, brass, zinc, aluminum, stainless steel, and other metals and thermoplastics that are traditionally used in potable water service applications," says Ed Hallahan, technical marketing manager--Ticona High Performance Polymers.
RSS can supply water for any application in area's that have limited supply of fresh water or no potable water.
This could derail efforts to implement advanced technology to produce potable water from waste water in a region suffering from water scarcity.
dollars to the potable water and sanitation projects being carried out to address the safe drinking water problems of Addis Ababa, Mekelle, Hawassa, Jimma and Gondar towns, the private WIC news agency quoted Asfaw as saying.