Aposin stressed that certain plants in the garden, like the bromeliads, can hold water
between its leaves and become breeding places of mosquitoes.
Empty and turn over containers that hold water
; remove debris from rain gutters and downspouts regularly; drain or fill low places on your property where water collects and stands for more than five to seven days; make sure permanent water containers in your yard are tightly covered and insect-proof; screen off the cisterns outlets properly with mesh wire.
Issues like safety, strength of the walls to determine if they are strong enough to hold water
and ensuring that it is not easy for people or animals to access them should also be captured in the EIA,' he added.
Geyserville Water Works customers will be served by a staff that includes water treatment and distribution operators that are experts in their fields and hold water
treatment and distribution certifications through the State Water Resources Control Board.
But China has been maintaining that it has taken into consideration India's concerns and allays apprehensions of restricting the flow of water, saying its dams are run-of-the-river projects not designed to hold water
Anything that can hold water
works on the patio, near a dining area or among pot plants.
In order for the planet to officially be considered "earth-like" scientists must prove that it can hold water
and have a rocky surface.
The scheme, which would use money from European Union farming subsidies earmarked for improving the environment and countryside, could see grants paid to turn fields into woodland or to build on-farm reservoirs or small dams to hold water
Many live in old neighborhoods where underground tanks cannot hold water
needed for the community, they were quoted as saying by a local publication.
But yesterday's proposal by a number of Labour MPs that their party should follow the lead of the new Greek government and shun austerity, borrow money and spend it on job creation doesn't really hold water
. For a start, Greece's unemployment problem is far more acute than in the UK.
They were too small to push through the cohesive forces that hold water
molecules together and were trapped below the surface.
Burnham said that was "scaremongering", adding: "It just doesn't hold water