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2013, ISBN 9781460631874
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Transmission & Distribution World (Online Exclusive), ISSN 1087-0849, 04/2006
Journal Article
1994, 5th ed., ISBN 9780774389853
This is the 5th edition of the Ontario Drinking Water Objectives. The Province of Ontario has set some unique aesthetic objectives for colour, dissolved... 
Eau potable | Drinking water | Normes | Water-supply | Standards | Water quality
Government Document
Toronto Star, ISSN 0319-0781, 02/1994
An electric kettle uses half the energy required to heat water on a burner. An electric blanket is a sensible energy saver because it's cheaper to keep just... 
Newspaper Article
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