Water purification machines in India have been hailed as the most eco-friendly means of water conservation.
A report published in the latest issue of the International Journal of Plant Sciences and Technology said that while there are various methods to water purify water in India, the most common method for purifying water is a water purifying machine (WPBM).
This is an innovative water purifier that can purify and cool water at the same time.
The WPBM uses a high-performance pump with a special membrane to separate the water from the oxygen molecules.
The membrane then releases the water, while the oxygen ions, such as carbon dioxide, escape.
It has been widely hailed as an environmentally friendly and economical way of water purifiers in India.
According to the report, the WPBM has been installed in 7% of the villages of Maharashtra.
A WPBM in a rural area can reduce water usage by 50%, which is a significant improvement over the current WPBM, which has been reported to reduce water use by 90% in rural areas in India in just three years.
This technology can also reduce water losses by up to 80%.
The most common WPBM is the ‘Wakeman’, which is available at many domestic retailers.
It is a pressure cooker with a small pressure regulator that can be plugged into a wall outlet.
If the WPB is connected to a household water heater, it can produce steam and purify the water.
In a village of Haryana, there are WPB machines that can produce up to 1.5 litres of water a day for 1.75 days.
These machines have been installed for over a decade in Haryanagar, which is one of the poorest areas of India.
According to a study done by the National Institute of Water Resources, only 10% of water used in Heryanagar was used for drinking.
Wakemen are available in all parts of India and are available on most domestic retailers in India for Rs 500 to Rs 1,000.
“We are confident that the WPBS will reduce water consumption in villages in Hryanagar by at least 90% and provide water for the entire village, irrespective of the size of the village, by the year 2020,” the report said.
Water conservation is the most important issue in India and in 2017, India introduced the Bharat Mission for the Sustainable Development of All Indians (BMSE), a comprehensive effort to ensure that people in rural India have access to clean drinking water.