Non-purified water is a new category of water for sale on the black market.
Its value has soared, with one kilogram selling for $2,000, according to a report by Forbes.
Water purifiers are also used to purify water, but not as a purifier.
They are used to turn tap water into drinking water.
Many of these water purifiers, however, are also very expensive, so most people buy water from water purification stations.
A recent report from the World Bank found that people spent $15.7 billion on water purifying equipment in 2016, with some of the equipment costing as much as $50,000.
The cost of these equipment is a major problem for water utilities.
In 2016, the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) warned that water purified by machines was no longer a viable alternative to desalination.
In 2018, the FAO found that more than half of the world’s households had at least one water purifyant system, and that in some countries, it was almost entirely water purifies by machines.
The US Food and Drug Administration has recently made water purifications more secure and regulated.
However, there are still many people who are not using the water purifiying equipment that they purchased.
A study published by the Pew Research Centre in 2018 found that 60% of the US population still has a lack of proper water purificating equipment, and 60% said they would not purchase a new water purIFICator until it was made available in their area.
“The challenge we face in the future is to make sure that the machines that we have are safe, reliable and affordable,” said Peter Luskin, a researcher at the Pew Centre.
“If they’re not, we’re going to have to make it more expensive for people to buy.”