Water purification is one of the simplest things you can do to prevent cholera.
Water is produced in a series of steps, with the first one being filtering it and the second one removing all the germs.
Water purifiers are used in countries such as India, the US and even Australia where the water is often contaminated with chlorine and lead.
This is why you might hear about them in the news, but the actual process is quite simple.
You put a plastic bottle in your mouth, and the water in it is filtered through a filter, and then it’s sent to a machine.
This machine uses a process called chemical ionisation to produce chlorine gas, which then becomes an extract of water that is then taken back to the bottle and then the water purifier itself is used.
This whole process takes about three minutes and you need to rinse off your hand and mouth, before you get to the water.
You can check out the water purity process in the video below, but you can also check out more information about water purifiers here.
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It can be done safely if you use a filter that has been specially designed to remove chlorine and other harmful bacteria.
You’ll also find out what the most common water purifying methods are.
If you’re worried about how the water you use might contain contaminants, the Environmental Protection Agency advises to drink distilled water.
It’s also worth keeping in mind that many water purifications will make you sick and even kill you.
Read about the water supply and disinfection in Australia.