water project

NOUN
  1. making an area of water more useful
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  • MONTROSE - Additional alternatives to a water project with Rathbun Rural Water for Montrose has sent involved parties back to the state with more questions. News from www.dailygate.com
  • There's $5 billion in the measure for such clean water projects, including 333 so-called earmarked by lawmakers in both parties, such as $500,000 for Fremont, Ohio, to deal with sewer overflows during heavy rains and $400,000 for Washburn, N.D., for improvements to its drinking water treatment plant. undefined
  • In the early twentieth century, booster organizations that favored particular water projects proliferated.
  • The unannounced design institutes cannot be engaged in design for relevant water project construction.
  • Africa 52 million markka (about 11.6 million dollars) mainly for forest and water projects. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Bromwich and other officials stressed that the policy announced Monday was not a reversal of its previous plans not to grant waivers known as categorical exclusions for deepwater projects. Obama Allows Chevron, Shell And 11 Others To Resume Offshore Drilling Without Further Review
  • One Development Marketplace grantee's clean water project in Zimbabwe leveraged an additional US$25 million in funding to reach an additional 8 million people in two countries.
  • Every Western state has two senators and one or two powerful congressmen, and every one of them was being alerted to stand in our way until we relented on the water projects. The Good Fight
  • An overseas aid agency funded a water project to enable trainees to cultivate vegetables.
  • Money for water projects is a common type of Washington pork barrel.
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