Definition of Water plant. Meaning of Water plant. Synonyms of Water plant

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Definition of Water plant

Water plant
Water plant Wa"ter plant` A plant that grows in water; an aquatic plant.

Meaning of Water plant from wikipedia

- The Jardine Water Purification Plant, formerly the Central District Filtration Plant, is the largest capacity water filtration plant in the world[citation...
- macrophyte is an aquatic plant that grows in or near water and is either emergent, submergent, or floating, and includes helophytes (a plant that grows in marsh...
- The Thames Water Desalination Plant or Beckton Desalination Plant is a water desalination plant in Beckton, London, United Kingdom. The first of its kind...
- reduces efficiency, shortens plant life and makes operations unreliable and unsafe. Saline water can be treated to yield fresh water. Two main processes are...
- Water Plant)), which it later sold to Ontario Hydro, to ensure a reliable supply of heavy water for ****ure power plants. The two Nova Scotia plants were...
- urban runoff (stormwater) to the sewage treatment plant. Sewage water can travel towards treatment plants via piping and in a flow aided by gravity and pumps...
- A circulating water plant or circulating water system is an arrangement of flow of water in fossil-fuel power station, chemical plants and in oil refineries...
- commonly used in water purification plants. Some or most may not be used depending on the scale of the plant and quality of the raw (source) water. Pumping and...
- depending on water salinity, plant size and process type. At present the cost of seawater desalination, for example, is higher than traditional water sources...
- Plants are mainly multicellular, predominantly photosynthetic eukaryotes of the kingdom Plantae. Historically, plants were treated as one of two kingdoms...
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