Where does arizona's water come from?
The Colorado River, the Gila River and others.
Usually from springs, wells, or underground aquifers.
Depending upon where you live, there are a variety of lakes, rivers, and reservoirs from which water is taken by municipal water treatment plants, to be purified and disinfected before being sent through the pipes to people's taps.
Brisbane's drinking water comes from the Brisbane River
Despite being one if the driest continents on Earth, Australia still has plenty of water resources. Australia's drinking water comes from a variety of sources, just as it does in other countries. Drinking water comes from: Specially constructed dams Rivers and creeks - these are also sometimes dammed, or water pipes directly from them, and filtered accordingly Rainwater collected in tanks Bore water (pumped up from underground water basins such as the Great Artesian Basin)
Minneapolis draws about 21 billion of gallons annually from the Mississippi River (sole source of city water supply).
Our drinking water here in Denver comes from waterfalls.
Reservoirs thoughout England and Wales. They then get cleaned a filtered into our drinking water.
power and water
In urban lakes, and rivers.
It comes, as a result of evaporation from ocean,seas,river and transpiration from plant,which form cloud and with time their is rainfall which are available for drinking
The Mississippi River's watershed area, and rainfall.
Mainly from desalinated sea water. In winter, it may come from cleaned rain water.
It used to come from the lead pipes through which it traveled to the tap (most victorian lead pipework is now replaced), but it may also come from the source rocks from which the water (groundwater) is extracted. Also when cars used "leaded" petrol, it came from the fumes produced by traffic.
i have the same question.
It comes from the same sources as other countries. Initially from rain and then through lakes, reservoirs, wells, springs etc. Ireland has a very high quality of water which you can drink straight from the tap, unlike a lot of countries.
most of the drinking water come from the rain and puts it in the ground and that's where your drinking water come from
The Colorado River.
It falls as rain.
Tap water is potable, or drinking, water. When it is introduced into a boiler or other non-drinking resources, it becomes NON potable
yes it comes from the sewage (your toilet) but it goes through a long process so that people can drink it.
Mostly North America, with the artic being filled with fresh water and fresh water iceburgs. But, fresh water is scattered throughout the world.
Safe drinking water usually comes from the lakes or
yes, it is evaporated into clouds from the ocean, blown over the land, rains down fresh and we drink it
If you live in Duluth, Minnesota, or Thunder Bay, Ontario, your drinking water probably comes from Lake Superior. However, if you live in Los Angeles, California, or Edmonton, Alberta, then your drinking water does not come from Lake Superior.
it is decreasing it comes from fresh water sources (no oceans). and from the polar ice caps
Underground aquifers and reservoirs; some cities have access to unpolluted rivers and lakes which they use. Some communities (specially tourist resorts) along the coast also process sea water to convert it into drinking water.
Depends on what city you're referring to. Different cities get their water in different ways.
Tokyo gets most of its water from the Arakawa and Tonegawa river watersheds. http://www.toshiseibi.metro.tokyo.jp/plan/pdf/pdf-112.pdf#zoom=100
They get their water from chambelandia.
they get their water from their bungholes. so thank you very much. bjj
Shreveport gets its drinking water from "Cross Lake"!! you dumbos should of known that!! :)
There are a few sources. The main source is the Sea of Galilee (the Kinneret), a body of fresh water (157 sq km) that is located adjacent to the city of Tiberias in the north of Israel. Most of its water comes from the north- many rivers located there are sources of water, like the Hazbani, the Banias and the Dan. An increasing percentage of Israel's water comes from desalination, which now represents about 27%… Read More
Australia gets its drinking water from the same types of sources that people of other countries use. Rainwater is a major source. Rain fills the dams (sometimes); fills rainwater tanks; it fills reservoirs; contributes to excellent snowfalls in the Snowy Mountains which then thaws and runs off to the rivers, where it is diverted for use in towns and for stock and agriculture; monsoonal rains in the far north create runoff to southern-flowing rivers; and… Read More
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As far as I know, Bothell Utility has 71 miles of water mains, 4 reservoir's, and 4 pump stations that control the water. In most cities, they get it from our rivers. In fact, about 65% of our tap and drinking water comes from rivers the surround us.
i think the percentage is about 25%
water was brought in by aqueducts
The Catskill/Delaware Watershed is where New York City gets most of its water.New York City's water supply comes from the New York City Watershed in upstate New York, in the Catskill Mountains and Hudson River Valley regions. The New York City Watershed systems are owned by the Catskill Watershed Corporation. The watershed has two separate systems: the Catskill/Delaware Watershed, which provides 90% of New York City's water, and the Croton Watershed, which provides the remaining… Read More
Tigers drink water from streams, ponds, lakes, puddles or pools of rain water. They drink the water by lapping at it with the use of their tongues.
you can get drinking water from a drinking fountain
the river nile
Tap water is completely safe for the human body to consume in most areas of the U.S., Canada, and other "first world" countries; if not beneficial over bottled water, it is certainly more "pure" than most of the toxic foods you will consume today. Most people do not know that cooked food and processed food are actually completely toxic to the body, and provide little more than fat and carbohydrates; even if it should contain… Read More
If you are refering to a reverse osmosis, it removes desolved solids such as chlorine, floride, hard water deposits such as calcium and lime. It will even remove sodium from the water if you have a water softner. Most R/O's can reject up to 95% of disolved solids.