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Open tender to provide services for the management and operation of the treatment plant (commissioning took place in July 2007) with a nominal capacity of purifying 215 000 population equivalent peak time sec and 255 000 population equivalent peak rainy weather.
The incidence and severity of the intersex condition were correlated with the proportion of WwTW effluent in the river and the population equivalent of the WwTWs (strength of the effluent) (Jobling et al.
2 million incremental population equivalents contiguous to existing properties and 4.
Malawi, for example, has 25 percent less food than is needed to feed the country's 11 million people, a population equivalent to the state of Ohio.
: Processing capacity will be 22 000 population equivalent (pe) in dry and 24 000 population equivalent in rain (1 Represents EH 60 g BOD5 / d).
AMEX: USM) reports today that it has entered into a definitive agreement with an affiliate of Independent Cellular Network (ICN) to acquire operating interests in four Rural Service Areas (RSAs) and one Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) in exchange for operations of an approximately equal number of population equivalents in one RSA and one MSA.
CenturyTel is the 8th largest local exchange telephone company, based on access lines, and the 8th largest cellular company, based on population equivalents owned, in the United States.
2 million population equivalents, making it the seventh largest cellular company in the United States in terms of population equivalents.