How is water made suitable for drinking?
10% of the earths water supply is suitable for drinking.
river water isn't suitable for drinking because it isn't clean
If you took a baseball and put a drop of water from an eyedropper on it that is how much water that is suitable for drinking on earth
Water supplied or sold as "drinking water".
Water kept in plastic bottle is most definitely suitable for drinking :)
Sea water is not suitable for drinking due to its high concentration of salt. This will rapidly cause dehydration and death if drank.
Only 1 percent of earths water is suitable to drink with 97 percent saltwater and 2 percent in icecaps.
It means that the water or liquid is safe to drink.
The vicinity of rivers was one of the things that made Mesopotamia civilization a success. There was unlimited access to drinking water and made transportation less cumbersome. The climate was also suitable for agriculture.
Potable water is water that is safe for consumption. Non potable water has not been examined or properly treated, though may be used for other purposes besides drinking.
Pure Water(pharmaceutical grade) does not have all of the nutrients in it that is necessary for humans to consume.
'Potable' is usually used as such, referring mainly to water.
suitable for drinking means potable
A reservoir is a man made body of drinking water.
No, because according to the definition of beverage which is "any liquid suitable for drinking" and this excludes water. so nO
boiling chlorination ultra-violet radiation ozonation
An untapped water source refers to a source, such as a lake or spring, of water, often suitable for drinking, that has not yet been exploited to get water from it.
Potable, according to dictionary.com, means "fit or suitable for drinking."
Desalination is the process of removing salt from sea-water in order to make it suitable for drinking.
Submarine cables are only suitable for use under water, that is what they are made for.
All water, whether suitable for drinking or not, contains oxygen. Each water molecule has two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. In addition, in most places on Earth there will be some gaseous oxygen dissolved in the water.
because it has allot of chemicals mixes in it allot of harmful substances allot of garbage etc.
Disease organisms- it needs to be disinfected to be safe to drink.
it is made of hidragin and oxegin
There are several techniques for making water safe for drinking. Some of these are through boiling, filtration, distillation, and purification. Water purifiers are the best way to making water safe for drinking.
Unless it was a human made water fall and the water gets purified you would want to boil and clean the water before drinking the water.
Many areas have no access to fresh water but have plenty of salt water available. The desalination plants remove the salt, making water suitable for drinking and irrigation of crops.
Coconut water is a nourishing beverage and very suitable for children of all ages. My baby starts drinking juices and water at 4 month old
Only if you intend to heat it to a suitable high temperature afterwards.
With increasing population the need for water is fast rising while the natural resource is not enough to meet the growing demand. Hence, through seawater desalination or removal of salts and minerals from the seawater, it is made suitable for drinking. This helps in meeting the demand for water in the country.
I presume you mean water supplied to industry for industrial purposes, which would not have been purified to the extent where it is suitable for drinking from household taps (faucets).
Drinking water can help to prevent skin from becoming dry or flaky. The human body is made up of 60 percent water.
There are two simple methods for making water safe for drinking. 1) Boiling of water is the best way for making water pure. 2) Put a tablet of chlorine or use a filter paper for making the water worth drinking.
Kettles were used in ancient Mesopotamia for decorative purposes. They were also used by travelers to boil water and make it suitable for drinking.
Drinking water can be made from sea water either by reverse osmosis filtering, or vacuum distillation, but both are too slow and expensive to be very useful.
The recommended is the drinking water (standards not identical but similar in many countries). This necessary to avoid infection and contamination with toxic substances. Also the water must be soft, suitable for cleaning.
Potassium permanganate (KMnO4) is poisonous in high concentrations, and is not typically used for disinfecting drinking water. It is used in low concentrations for iron and manganese oxidation as well as total organic carbon (TOC) reduction. High concentrations of KMnO4 result in pink colored water.
Depends on how much moisture you loose. Average consumption is about 0,5 liter per day, but can be as much as 2 liter per day.
Around 0.6% of the world's water is drinkable. 97% is in the oceans and similar, and a further 2.4%, whilst suitable for drinking, is locked up in the polar ice caps, glaciers etc.
The hot plate would heat up the salt water and cause the water to evaporate, leaving salt crystals behind. If the water vapour was led off and condensed back into water by cooling, the water would be suitable for drinking.
It is made of leather or suitable synthetic material, and may be treated to make it water resistant and easier to grip The material of a rugby ball is made out of leather or suitable synthetic material, and is treated to make it water resistant and easier to grip
Drinking salt water will only increase dehydration. It should be avoided at all costs unless suitable purifying aids have been used.
you can get drinking water from a drinking fountain
well yeah because icebergs are made of salt water, but some how they have no salt.
Distilled water is said (I've not drunk any) to be tasteless. Domestic tap water has impurities in it depending on its source (hard or soft water, for instance) and chloride is added to disinfect the water and make it safe to be sent to the drinking water taps of the population. Some people won't drink tap water due to the chemicals in it, and prefer to drink bottles of natural spring water bought from a… Read More
The charcoal traps the bacteria so the water is safe to drink.by devon akemon
standard bromid in drinking water
lots of things like fishing and drinking water
largest reservoir of drinking water and 60% of newsprint