water development

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Noun1.water development - making an area of water more usefulwater development - making an area of water more useful
exploitation, development - the act of making some area of land or water more profitable or productive or useful; "the development of Alaskan resources"; "the exploitation of copper deposits"
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Velasco and Demonteverde led employees in welcoming guests from the water agency's three concessionaires: Manila Water, Maynilad and Luzon Clean Water Development Corp.
60km flood control dam and 46 water extraction infrastructures under polders 67/A, 67, 67/B and 68 built by the Bangladesh water development board along the right bank of the Naf river.
Bech Bruun, chairman of the Texas Water Development Board, resigned Thursday from that position ahead of an anticipated bid to unseat U.
In an announcement on Wednesday, the Water Development Department said the water cuts would affect all areas falling under the Nicosia Water Board between Saturday 8pm and Monday 1am.
KARACHI -- There is an urgent need to develop and implement a national water policy and declare next decade 2016-2025 as the decade of water development.
AFTER providing 20 KL water subsidy, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government has extended another benefit to city residents by giving rebate on pending bills and reducing the water development charge.
Lyle Larson, Texas House Member and Kathleen Jackson, PE, Texas Water Development Board
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 28, 2014-Blackstone Energy forms partnership for global water development platform
Cebu City - The Metropolitan Cebu Water District (MCWD) has put on hold all ground water development to prevent salt intrusion into the city's aquifers, an official said.
The Melamchi Drinking Water Development Board has decided to seek compensation from Nepali banks.
ISLAMABAD, March 14, 2012 (Balochistan Times): International Day of Action For Rivers and Against Dams will be observed on March 14 over the world including Pakistan to raise voices in union against destructive water development projects and reclaim the health of our watersheds.