Posted March 23, 2018 12:13:18 The world’s most populous country has one of the worst water pollution problems in the world.
According to the World Health Organization, the country accounts for nearly half of global water pollution, and it’s estimated that more than 1,000 million people in the country lack access to clean water.
In the Russian Federation, the water quality problems have only gotten worse in recent years.
The country has been grappling with water pollution for years, with officials saying the country’s rapid economic growth and rapid urbanization are responsible for the problems.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has vowed to crack down on the countrys water pollution.
He has promised to clean up the water in the future, but so far, he has been unable to do so.
While he is committed to cleaning up the country, there are no immediate plans for an effective water purification system.
Experts are looking for a new way to purify water.
While a water purifiers is a proven technology that works for many water purifications, it is not yet widely used, and there are still many unanswered questions about its effectiveness.
There is also a long list of other water purifiators that are being tested and are not yet ready for widespread use.
The researchers at the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for Water and Environmental Technology (CEPT) and the University at Buffalo’s Institute for Water Resources and Environmental Engineering (IWREFE) have developed a new type and design of water-purifying system that promises to help solve the water pollution problem in the Russian Federal Republic of the Russian Empire (Russia).
This type of purifier uses water to turn water into a liquid that is then used to filter out pollutants.
The liquid water is then then purified, leaving behind a purer, cleaner water that is safe to drink.
This new water purificator can filter out more than 90% of water pollutants in a single run.
The water can be reused for other purposes, such as purifying soil, and can also be used to disinfect household plumbing and air. According