water filter

NOUN
  1. a filter to remove impurities from the water supply
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How To Use water filter In A Sentence

  • Councillors have been told that fitting water filtering and chemical treatment would cost £223,000 plus annual running costs of £45,220.
  • The water filter is made of cast iron, cast steel, brass and stainless steel with small figure. It is indurate and easy to install.
  • Water filters through the sandy soil and into the well.
  • I wear my seatbelt, don't smoke, eat healthy, use a water filter and carry a dummy wallet with fake credit cards and funny money whenever I'm in "shady" areas and hope I get pick pocketed. Ripped Off. Read My story
  • Well .... thanks to you I go to the library instead of buying new books, We got a water filter on our sink and I use my camelback water bottle, that has saved us a TON on buying bottled water. Question...
  • We are looking for a water filter for our kitchen sink that not only purifies and filters the water, but also produces water that actually tastes good. water filter
  • The water filtered into certain subjacent strata, which were particularly friable; the foot-way, which was of flag-stones, as in the ancient sewers, or of cement on concrete, as in the new galleries, having no longer an underpinning, gave way. Les Miserables
  • They are frost-free, have individual humidity controls on each crisper drawer and the option of built-in water filters for water and crushed-ice dispensers.
  • This water filter will also prolong the life of your refrigerator as it was designed to lessen the sediment deposits in your refrigerators ice machine.
  • Reverse osmosis, however, is hardly state of the art -- essentially consisting of the same treatment applied through commercially available home tap water filters, while ozonation can introduce additional problems such as the formation of the chemical bromate, a suspected carcinogen. The bottled water corporate scam and fantasies of purity and virtue
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