water-borne


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water-borne

carried by water, such as a water-borne epidemic of typhoid fever.
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Water-borne preservatives have been the preferred choice of wood preservation chemicals in various end-user industries.
Shah informed that maximum infections during this season were water-borne and hence one should not drink water which is not properly boiled and stored.
Malnutrition and water-borne diseases are threatening to kill millions of sickly mothers and their innocent children in the entire province.
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.
Giuliano estimates that a total of six million people are at risk from water-borne disease.
5 million children are at high risk of deadly water-borne diseases, including diarrhoea-related, such as watery diarrhoea and dysentery," The Daily Times quoted Giuliano, as saying.
Clean water is essential to prevent deadly water-borne diseases.
What's more, the air conditioning and low-temperature oven necessary for water-borne paint aren't needed, either.
EDC is seeking uses that include, but are not limited to, water-borne transit, maritime support services, marine repair and refit, and recreational marina uses.
Although it's primarily for land users, DAGR can also be used in water-borne vehicles and can be mounted or hand-held.
MoldWiz ABC-15 is a water-borne formulation of emulsified organic fatty acid, esters and amine with wetting agents and surfactants.
Tokyo, Japan, Apr 5, 2006 - (JCN Newswire) - TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION (TMC) announced today that it has completed introduction of metallic water-borne paint for the top coat painting process at all nine TMC vehicle body paint lines in Japan, greatly promoting measures to reduce emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs).