The system, which also includes a 50,000-gallon reserve tank to support the university's heating and cooling systems in case of emergency, reduces by 146 million gallons the annual amount that Emory drains off
the Atlanta municipal water system.
Contract notice: Delivery drains off
Grill, dry-fry or bake them on a wire rack so that the fat drains off
This system permits rainwater to drain off a roof at a controlled rate (usually equal to or less than the previous undeveloped rate); after a storm has abated, the accumulated water drains off
within a prescribed period of time.
Don't wrap sausages in bacon or pastry, instead grill, dry fry or bake them so that the fat drains off
He said: "The Valleys are most at risk of localised flooding by the end of the day as water drains off
from the hills.
The base, which is home to the RAF's Nimrod fleet, normally drains off
surface water from its runway and aircraft bays into Findhorn Bay.
A star wheel mounted at the inlet pushes the packages in between the heavy-duty steel belts where the packages are crushed and the product drains off
Rainwater that runs from the roofs of the buildings is retained in reservoirs for use in tempering steel; all the other waste water that drains off
the roads and car parks is fed into the oil separation plants, treated in storage basins, and is used for specific purposes.
Wiping acrylics, plastics and glass with the brush drains off
or dissipates static charges which hold lint and dust to the surface, according to company officials.
The team finds that at least as much energy drains off
into the surroundings of their model system as goes into the fluid's viscous processes.
The federal deficit drains off
a large share of a regrettably small pool of domestic private saving, thus contributing further--and perhaps to an even greater degree--to the elevation of real rates of interest in the economy.
We blocked the drains off
and used specialist fibres to soak it up.