Types of irrigation pumps - Moog radial piston pump
Types Of Irrigation Pumps
- supplying dry land with water by means of ditches etc
- (medicine) cleaning a wound or body organ by flushing or washing out with water or a medicated solution
- (irrigate) supply with a constant flow or sprinkling of some liquid, for the purpose of cooling, cleansing, or disinfecting; "irrigate the wound"
- Representative Index
- A light shoe, in particular
- A man's slip-on patent leather shoe for formal wear
- (pump) heart: the hollow muscular organ located behind the sternum and between the lungs; its rhythmic contractions move the blood through the body; "he stood still, his heart thumping wildly"
- (pump) a mechanical device that moves fluid or gas by pressure or suction
- (pump) operate like a pump; move up and down, like a handle or a pedal; "pump the gas pedal"
- A woman's plain, lightweight shoe that has a low-cut upper, no fastening, and typically a medium heel
There are two things that don’t settle well with me in the middle of a hot August night: Humidity that hugs like a pair of tight knickers and someone that insist on knocking after the ‘Closed’ sign begins the night shift.
Thinking that it would be better to just let the knock fade into the din of street life, I decided to answer fate’s inquiry.
That, my friend, turned out to be the first mistake of what would be a runaway train of misery for me for the next ten years of my life. I think I may have known it then and there but an afternoon of self-indulging in last month’s rent over ice and olives may have overridden my natural ability sense trouble even if it were wearing a size 7 pair of Ferragamo pumps.
No sooner had I opened the door, she walked past me and towards the sofa, she was wearing a sleek black Tadashi Ottoman blouse & skirt, she was attractive, special, sure of her power to please. One look and I could tell that Tadashi had her in mind when perfection was discussed.
As she sat down on the sofa it was obvious that she had more than money to spend. She said her name was Angelina, but then again, I think that was mostly for my benefit. She looked the type that would change her name like most people change lovers, and with three months overdue office expenses the name Angelina worked just fine for me.
She said she was staying at the Pink Motel. I knew it well, a little flea bag, rat ridden, urine stained chateau for crack whores and welfare winos that were on the outs. It just didn’t seem like a place that someone would frequent that was toting around a handbag that cost more than my wages for the last three months.
Pushing the inward curls of her short side parting hair that resembled the color of warm honey to one side she revealed a set of green eyes that would from that point on be my cue to do her bidding as she saw fit.
She unfolded a story that her husband had gone missing, that he was involved in a gambling venture with his employers that had failed to achieve its desired outcome.
Leaning back into the sofa she crossed her legs and the story began to fade in and out as I took in the possibility that if her husband were indeed a gambling man then it was quite apparent that he was inadequate in placing his money on a sure thing. Here, sitting in my office, was a sure bet wearing a scent of night amber and more than not he was tits up in some desolate irrigation ditch out near the Pink Motel.
Tricolored Heron - Wakodahatchee Wetlands
The name, Wakodahatchee, has an interesting history. It is derived from the Seminole Indian Language and translates as "created waters." The created waters at Wakodahatchee Wetlands are an example of people giving something back to nature. Fifty acres of unused utilities land have been transformed into a wetlands ecosystem.
Every day, the Palm Beach County Water Utilities Department's Southern Region Water Reclaimation Facility pumps approximately two million gallons of highly treated water into the Wakodahatchee Wetlands. By acting as a natural filter for the nutrients that remain, the wetlands work to further clense the water.
Traditional methods for disposal of treated wastewater have included deep injection wells or ocean outfalls. More recent emphasis has been placed on highly treating and reclaiming wastewater. The Palm Beach County Water Utilities Department is a pioneer in the fields of wastewater treatment and reclaimed water distribution for irrigation purposes. The Wakodahatchee Wetlands are yet another example of the Department's innovative and forward-thinking management philosophies.
The Wakodahatchee Wetlands have attracted an abundant variety of wildlife including turtles, frogs, alligators and birds. More than 140 different species of birds have been spotted at the site. These species thrive in the various wetland zones found at Wakodahatchee Wetlands. The zones were designed for a mixture of habitat types:
Open pond water areas to attract waterfowl and diving birds
Emergent marsh areas for rails, moorhens, and sparrows
Shallow shelves for herons and egrets
Islands with shrubs and snags to serve as roosting, nesting, and basking sites
Forested wetland areas for long-term habitat development
A three-quarter mile boardwalk winds through three of the wetland's ponds, allowing visitors the opportunity to read interpretive signs and learn about water purification, wetlands ecology, natural history, and the interdependance of people and their environment.
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