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You will be required to provide proof that the spirits are unpotable.
The following list shows the denaturants you can add to your duty free spirits, in order to make them unpotable.
One of the gas station's tanks had leaked several years earlier, rendering the water at the studio unpotable.
The list shows allowable 'partial' denaturants which will make the alcohol unpotable.
That solution is then poured into a container of unpotable water (up to four liters can be treated).
The Selectmen say they are concerned that the family could be using unpotable water and dumping solid waste into the harbor.
And he thought himself so responsible yet the first thing he does on his assignment is to poison a 'Dini with unpotable water!
But during summer, due to the low level of the region, seawater enters Kuttanadu and makes the salt content of the water high making it unpotable.
The water main break compromised water quality and pressure in a large part of the Eastlake neighborhood, making tap water brown and unpotable.
The mother of the Robertson family who were castaway for 38 days in 1972, proposed the feasibility of hydration through unpotable water enemas.
This pocket-size water purification device, which was developed in conjunction with the United States military, uses a small amount of your unpotable water at hand and common salt to create a purifying solution within an electrolytic cell.
In most of the outbreaks, the growers appeared to have used contaminated seed, but other factors included livestock in the fields, runoff from nearby pastures and the use of uncomposted manure and unpotable water for irrigation.
Mr Tulip has a tendency to buy and consume anything sold in little bags in an attempt to acquire drugs, but which tend to be rather common albeit unpotable items (such as chalk, pickles and corned-beef sandwiches).
Unlike Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, who in his 1978 Harvard commencement screed, "The Exhausted West," offered the unpotable medicine of suffering, sacrifice and the transcendent mysteries of Eastern Orthodoxy, Robert Thurman is no thundering prophet of doom.
Water pollution degrades surface waters making them unsafe for drinking, fishing, swimming, and other activities.
A notice on a toilet at a sports facility in Ann Arbor, Michigan, warned: "Recycled flush water unsafe for drinking. "
His entry beat out this label affixed to a public toilet in Ann Arbor, Mich.: "Recycled flush water unsafe for drinking."
Nitrate levels, he says, range from 2 to 6 parts per million in streams that have been tested - less than the 10 parts per million that makes the water unsafe for drinking, according to Federal guidelines.
During colonial times apple cider was consumed as the main beverage with meals because water was often unsafe for drinking (in reality that was a myth, and cultural norms brought about this attitude about water).
According to a survey on behalf of the Pakistan Council of Research in Water Resources published in 2012, 88% of the functional water supply schemes in Pakistan provide water that is unsafe for drinking because of microbiological contamination.