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“Premature wear of pumping-station valve fittings and gaskets caused by equipment vibration was the culprit behind several of 14 spills during Keystone's first year of operations, Vern Meier , head of TransCanada's U.S. pipeline operations, said at a press conference Wednesday.”
“But we have an old pumping-station that we are going to convert at considerable expense.”
“The drainage-system consists of underground sewers, which are discharged by a pumping-station into a natural depression to the eastward, called the Salt Lake.”
“General Hall occupied Santólan and the pumping-station there and repelled the repeated attacks made on his column.”
“A "sausage" balloon anchored to the ground, a pumping-station and four square-shaped water-troughs, and a dozen or so shanties built of sandbags and rusted iron, dotted the green-and-brown landscape.”
“The figures showing the cost for sand handling do not include any charge for the quantity of water used, that item having been carried on the pumping-station account.”
“If you knew the trouble we had in getting the city council to spend the money and cover the pumping-station with vines!”
“Then the dread whisper goes round that the man in charge of the pumping-station has neglected his duty, and the engine fires are cold.”
“At first people said that the town well was full of rotting cottonwood roots, but the engineer at the pumping-station convinced the mayor that the water left the well untainted.”
“The use of water on such a small scale is rarely economically practicable, as even if the water is available in the vicinity of the pumping-station, considerable work has generally to be executed at the point of supply, not only to store the water in sufficient bulk at such”
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