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These English Tea Store brand teapots are affordable, high quality teapots. These fine ceramic teapots are suitable for everyday household use, tea rooms and restaurants. Each teapot's capacity is approximately 16 ounces and are both dishwasher and microwave safe. Not for use on the stove.
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Razan is a 30-year-old accountant lives with her mother in the Syrian city of Salamiyah. Racha Chamoun, Oxfam Public Health Promotion Officer in Syria, reports on how Oxfam is working to improve access to water for people like her. "My life is based around the need to get water. Sometimes I skip work or stay up all night, turning the domestic water pump on and off, just waiting for water to come out of the tap. Before the war, Razan took a bath whenever she wanted, but now with the water shortage Razan takes a bath only once a week. Twice weekly, she washes her short hair using water heated in a small teapot. The rinsing water will be used to flush the toilet later. Likewise the laundry water is collected from the washing machine's drainage pipe after a spin and stored in buckets for house cleaning. "I've become obsessed with getting enough water,' says Razan. Before the war the population of Salamiyah in Hama governorate was 150,000 people. Now it has swelled to three times the size as displaced people from Homs and Hama suburbs have moved in, placing more stress on water resources. Apart from a few local boreholes, 400 meters underground containing undrinkable sulphurous water, the nearest water source is 80 kilometers (50 miles) away on the Syrian-Lebanese border and it's partially damaged due to the conflict. Pumping the water from so far away during war is risky, and electricity power cuts mean the pumping system often does not work. In 2010, water reached houses in Salamiyah every three days at midnight for three hours. These days, the taps only come on once every 10 days. The city's small gardens, once filled by householders with flowers, fruits and vegetables have turned barren as inhabitants keep the small amount of water for personal use. Like others, Razan is suffering from the financial burden of having to buy water from trucks in an unstable market with inflated prices. One thousand litres used to cost 400 Syrian pounds ($2. 11). The same amount is now 1,200 Syrian pounds ($6. 25) and will only supply a family for few days. Oxfam water engineer, Syria. Photo: Oxfam. Finally, Oxfam in consultation with the Water Establishment in Hama and the community in Salamiyah, realised the only solution was to treat the water in the local boreholes to make it drinkable by removing the sulphur, a process requiring... This is what Oxfam committed to providing with a water treatment plant using a reverse osmosis system. But at the begining of June, safe water from the plant reached the people of Salamiyah for the first time, benefiting an estimated 35,000 residents. The reverse osmosis system successfully removes the sulphur, its bad smell, and solids from the water. It produces 50,000 liters of water an hour and is connected to the city's water mains. The plant was built and is operated by Syrian engineers and technicians, supported by local contractors and the Water Establishment in Hama. And while the war continues in Syria, the electricity supply remains erratic and water scarce due to the large number of people living in the city, at least Razan, and others like her, have better access to a clean and reliable water source. Oxfam water engineers, Syria. Photo: Oxfam. Oxfam has been working with Syria's Ministry of Water Resources for the past 18 months by drilling wells, repairing old and damaged water networks and trucking water. We have managed to reach more than one million people with clean water, and we are trying to double the number. This entry posted by Racha Chamoun, Oxfam Public Health Promotion Officer in Syria, on 27 August 2015. Originally posted by OxfamGB. Source: ReliefWeb
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A year ago, a member of a private tea society in Shanghai presented Kathy YL Chan with a small box as slender as a cigarette case. And so she safeguards it in the kitchen of her East Village apartment, amid her considerable arsenal of teaware
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Each book in this series comes complete with a CD inside so that adults and children can read together and sing along with each nursery rhyme. The bright colours and cute illustrations will delight and entertain small children.
“But you have to see the small fall today in the context of the much bigger rises ... its emergency reserves and the lifting of import restrictions for its so-called “teapot” refineries, analyst Ivan Szpakowski at Citi Research said in a note.
"But you have to see the small fall today in the context of the much bigger rises ... its emergency reserves and the lifting of import restrictions for its so-called "teapot" refineries, analyst Ivan Szpakowski at Citi Research said in a note.
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