How to get rid of ‘boscia water’

If you’re a fan of the Giallorossi, you probably don’t want to know what it is.

The Italian club’s fans and the public have been complaining for years about the water that they drink at the San Siro stadium, and the authorities have repeatedly stated that they are working on a solution.

But this is all part of a plan to put water in the city.

According to local media, the city council has approved a project to convert the river to a desalination plant.

This is a controversial proposal, but it is in line with the government’s plan to reduce the amount of water consumed in the cities.

According the Italian daily Il Giornale, a water-treatment plant is being built in the Biscotzia area.

The city will spend €5 million to develop the desalinating plant, but the government says it will not pay for it out of the general budget.

The project is part of the government-led project to reduce water use in the Italian cities, which aims to save about 100 billion euros.

“The Biscotiagia project has been approved,” the Brescia mayor, Gianni Rancischi, told Il Giordale.

“We are going to build a desalination plant.”

The Brescians are the only one in Italy to produce their own water.

Ranciseschi says the city will use up all of the water produced by the Biska river, which has been running for more than 10,000 years.

“We need a deserter to take the water from the Bisksa river to the river, but this will be expensive,” he said.

Ranciseslli’s city council was also asked about the plans to turn the Bistriagia river into a desalist plant.

It was previously built in cooperation with the National Water Authority, but Ranciesi says that it has been neglected.

“It’s not good for the environment,” he told Il Corriere della Sera.

“I don’t know how many hectares we will use this river.”

The government’s decision to build the plant is not a surprise, but what is surprising is how fast it happened.

The Biskasa river flows into the Bologna-Venezia Giulia.

A city official told the local newspaper La Repubblica that the water-saver plant was approved within hours of the city’s announcement.

The water will be desalinated into drinking water, according to La Repubblica.

It is not clear if the water will still be available for consumption in the winter, but there are plenty of options to tap into the river.

The Biscotta River, which flows into Parma, has been a favourite watering hole for Italian football fans for years, and it is hoped that the Bischia plant will provide an alternative for those who prefer to drink their water locally.

The water will also be sold in the town of Biscott, which will serve as a stopover point for tourists to enjoy the river at Brescotzian.

“It’s a pity that we can’t enjoy the Bispa river,” a villager told the paper.

“At least it’s possible to drink water locally, it’s a nice diversion.”