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Commercial water use The term 'Commercial water use' as it applies to the area of water can be defined as 'water used for motels, hotels, restaurants, office buildings, other commercial facilities, and institutions. Water for commercial uses comes both from public-supplied sources, such as a county water department, and self-supplied sources, such as local wells'.
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