A couple of weeks ago, we shared how water treatment was being introduced to the U.S. and Canada to fight the spread of Legionnaires’ disease.
But we didn’t know the whole story behind it, and the water treatment process is still evolving.
The water treatment plants used to be small and slow, but now, they’re being built to handle more than a million cases a year.
That’s a lot of water for just a few days, and they’re also using new technology to treat the water as a pollutant.
This is just one of the many new technologies that are being introduced in the U, and not only to combat Legionnaires’, but also algae and bacterial infections.
The technology has been around for a while.
Some countries have been using it for years, including the United Kingdom, Ireland, New Zealand, Canada and Mexico.
But there’s still a long way to go.
In many cases, the technology is not yet fully proven, and it’s been used for decades.
In some cases, like New Zealand’s, the process has been very costly.
The U.K.’s water treatment plant was built on a cliff, with an enormous glass dome over the water.
This type of technology can only work in a small area, and its design makes it very hard to control the water’s flow.
The technology has also been very slow to mature.
The U.N. agency responsible for water treatment in the United States, the World Health Organization, estimates that the U-turn in water treatment technology is only now beginning.
As a result, there’s a growing question about whether the U was wise to invest in the technology.
Water treatment plants are one of our nation’s biggest infrastructure investments, and a number of the plants in the country have been plagued by problems, with some shutting down for decades and others falling into disrepair.
The question of whether water treatment has come a long, long way is something that’s been brewing for a long time.
The answer is probably yes.
Here’s what you need to know about water treatment:How does it work?
In water treatment processes, chemicals are added to the water to kill harmful organisms, which are called organisms.
These organisms, called bacteria, then make their way into the water and are responsible for creating waterborne pathogens.
The plants in use in the water industry are not designed to handle a billion-plus cases of Legionella every year.
Instead, they are designed to treat water for two weeks.
This process takes a while because the bacteria that live in the environment can get stuck in the membrane of the water filter, and once they get to the filter, they can make their home in the filter.
It takes up to three days for the bacteria to grow to the point where they can cause problems, but once they do, the plant will stop using the water altogether.
The process is not perfect.
The bacteria can still make their path into the plant, and there are also environmental issues.
So the plant can’t stop producing waste water that’s harmful to the environment.
But when the bacteria grow to a certain size, the water can’t be filtered and the bacteria can grow back.
In the end, it takes about four weeks to completely kill the bacteria and eliminate the disease.
Once the water is completely treated, the chemicals are removed from the water, and then the water becomes safe to drink.
The big question, though, is how effective the water treatments actually are at eliminating the Legionella bacteria.
The answer is yes.
The water treatment facilities in the UK and other countries that have been testing the new technology have found that it is much better at removing bacteria from the environment than the traditional method.
It also has a much shorter treatment time than traditional methods.
In fact, the tests are so effective that they are taking place before the bacteria have even made it into the drinking water.
So, does it really work?
The tests are very similar to a normal test, and so are the results.
The tests are being done at a lab in the city of Liverpool.
The scientists at the lab have been analyzing the water for bacteria in the samples for the past year, and have concluded that the tests have been 100 percent accurate.
The tests also have been shown to be more effective than other water treatment technologies, and in some cases are more effective in reducing the spread than the treatment plants that were built on the cliff.
The test results have also shown that the water in the treatment process, like the water that is being treated, has a higher concentration of harmful bacteria.
That means the bacteria are less likely to become resistant to the treatment, and fewer bacteria will spread through the system.
In addition, the treatment plant also uses chemicals called bioprotectants to kill the organisms.
This means that the bacteria in these organisms have to change their way of living to make way for the treatment.
The bioprojects also have the ability to help