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Aquaduct (water distribution network)
Aquaduct (water distribution network): is complex network constructed for the transport of water from one place to another for various reasons such as: drinking water use, irrigation, industrial use.
Black water
Black water: is a term used to describe sewage coming from toilets.
Brackish water
Brackish water: is water that has more salinity than fresh water, but not as much as seawater.
Concentrate
Concentrate: this term refers to the concentrated solution of contaminants that have been separated from water during treatment.
Demineralization
Demineralization: is the total or partial elimination of dissolved salts (minerals) from water through a chemical-physical treatment.
Desalination
Desalination: the technological system designed to eliminate salt from water.
Disinfection
Disinfection: is a measure to reduce through killing, inactivation or removal /dilution, the quantity of microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, fungi, protozoa, spores, in order to control the risk of infection for people or contaminated objects or environments.
Drinking water (potable water)
Drinking water (potable water): this is a primary resource which maintains living things and is fundamental to human survival.
Filtration
Filtration: is a mechanical or physical operation that is employed for the separation of solids from a liquid (liquid or gas) using a media which only allows liquid to pass through
Fresh water
Fresh water: generally indicates the water in inland water courses coming from rain and/or melting ice and snow.
Grey water
Grey water: is generated from domestic washing activities carried out in laundries, bathrooms (excluding toilets) and kitchens.

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