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waterborne,

carried by water, such as a waterborne epidemic of typhoid fever.

waterborne

(wă′tĕr-bŏrn″)
Carried in water, esp. drinking water, surface water, lakes, rivers, or recreational swimming pools.
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Europe: the largest market for waterborne UV curable resins"
Asia-Pacific has been a bright spot in the global waterborne coatings market in the backdrop of the overall slowdown in global economic development.
TEM study was carried out on dried/UV-cured waterborne films to investigate the dispersion of nano particles in dried/UV-cured coatings.
Therefore, these strains have a higher probability of reaching and infecting persons through waterborne transmission.
1998) to demonstrate that waterborne estrogenic pollutants regulate transcription in vivo, both in X.
The unlikely site of this latest development in the waterborne controversy is the Enterprise Woodshop at Virginia State Penitentiary in Richmond, VA.
Under the 1996 Safe Drinking Water Act, the EPA is authorized to establish a "maximum contaminant level" for waterborne radon, even though water - whether ingested directly or inhaled after evaporation - is a marginal source of radon.
Despite less stringent requirements in federal clean air guidelines and volatile organic compound (VOC) reduction levels, continued research and product development by paint and coating manufacturers has produced new generations of waterborne coatings that are truly revolutionary.
Two custom molders found their switch to waterborne paint systems resulted in smoother finishing operations and reduced costs.
Once seen as threatening little more than a stomachache, microscopic waterborne bugs are increasingly turning deadly - forcing health officials to shift priorities as they try to make drinking water safe for a changing population.
Since 1971, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), EPA, and the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists have maintained a collaborative surveillance program with collection and periodic reporting of data on the occurrence and causes of waterborne disease outbreaks.