1. any agency charged with the delivery, distribution and protection of potable water to the consumer. 2. the municipal water department, water board, public service district or other administrative authority invested with the authority and responsibility for the implementation of a cross connection control program and for the enforcement of the provisions of the ordinance.
a solar heating system that uses no mechanical power to move the collected solar heat.
any of a major group (fungii) or saprophitic and parasitic lower molds, rusts, mildews, smuts, mushrooms; usually bacteria
a rubber plunger, with a wooden handle, used on plumbing fixtures to clear stoppages. See PLUMBER’S FRIEND; CLOSET PLUNGER
a long- shanked wrench with ratchet-like jaws, used to reach into tight spots.
a process of destroying disease germs or other harmful microorganisms (ordinarily not bacteria spores) by means of an agent that is free from infection; usually a chemical agent.
an adjustable device for varying the size of the primary air inlets thus controlling the volume of air to be mixed with gas for combustion.