We need to make it clear: the water we drink is not safe to drink.
And it should not be.
The world needs a simple and safe solution to the water crisis.
If you live in South Australia, or anywhere else in Australia, then you need to take the time to read this story.
The story is about one of the worst water crises in the history of the country.
It is a story of water, and how our water supply has been compromised and mismanaged, and has led to more than 10,000 deaths and nearly $8 billion in damage.
Water crisis South Australia is a water state, but it is also a country that has become a laboratory for how the system works.
Its the state that has been in the spotlight for its water woes since its peak in 2009.
At that time, South Australia’s water system was in a crisis.
And the state’s water supply was in the grip of a crisis as well.
The system, known as the Basin and Range Water Supply (BRSW), was in crisis.
It was failing because of the drought and climate change.
What is a crisis?
A crisis is a situation in which water resources have been reduced to unsustainable levels.
Water is essential to our daily lives.
And it is this that has led South Australia to the top of the list of the 10 worst states for water.
As well as the water shortage and lack of rainfall, the BRSW system was also failing because the state was under pressure from the federal government to build a new dam on the River Ditch.
This new dam was supposed to be a massive undertaking to build two new dams, but only the first one was built.
A major issue was that the river basin was still dry and had been for some time.
There were other problems as well, including a lack of fresh water supplies from the Great Southern, the main supply from the South West.
That meant South Australia was now relying on imported water.
As a result, South Australians had no choice but to drink tap water from the state, which in turn had to be contaminated by heavy metals from other parts of the world.
If you were living in South Africa, and you had a tap water, or if you were on the outskirts of South Africa and your tap water was contaminated by a foreign source, you had to drink a lot of tap water.
That’s what led to the outbreak of the West Nile Virus in South African tap water in 2015.
So the BRCW system has been a massive failure.
Why the water problems?
The state is struggling to meet the demand of water users, both people and animals.
We know that it’s a problem for our farmers to not be able to grow enough crops for the needs of their families, which has led them to rely on the BCRW to supply their food and drink.
But the problems also extend to people.
In South Australia as a whole, there are currently 3.6 million people living in emergency accommodation.
They are at higher risk of contracting diseases from contaminated water, from poor sanitation, and from poor hygiene.
With such a serious water crisis, it is no wonder that water companies have started to take a much-needed look at how to save money.
While South Australia did not have the best water management system, it did have some of the most efficient systems in the country, according to the South Australian Water Authority (SAWA).
SAWA says it spent $100 million on the new system, with a further $200 million to be spent on maintenance.
How it works SAWA says it works like this: the system is a network of underground pipelines.
They are connected by pipes that are connected to wells and cisterns, which are connected from the surface by pipes to aquifers, or groundwater, and then they go into tanks.
All of this is controlled by water conservation plans and the state government.
These plans are designed to manage the flow of water through the system, by preventing it from getting into the aquifer systems, which means the water stays out of the aquifer.
Each year, SAWA says about 20 billion litres of water are pumped into the state.
That is about half of the total water that goes into South Australia.
SAWEA says its goal is to reduce the flow rate of the system by 70 per cent by 2020, with the goal of reducing that to 50 per cent in 2035.
Where the crisis is at?
What South Australia has done to address the crisis has been to create a new water management plan called the Basin for the Future.
BTFF is a four-year plan, and it is designed to meet South Australia and the needs in the rest of Australia.
It will include a new system for water conservation and