An innovative water purifier could be unveiled this week at Adelaide CBD.
The South Australian Government has announced plans for a new water treatment plant that will use a water purifying system that would be able to purify water from the air and water.
This is a big step for the city, and one that has been the target of a lot of water conservation efforts.
The water purification system is expected to be up and running by the end of 2018, and will be part of the city’s water management strategy.
It is hoped that the system will be used to clean up polluted water in the CBD.
Water purification is a complex process, and requires different processes to achieve the same end.
For example, water that has not been treated with chemicals is usually treated with a filter that removes some of the pollutants.
However, there is another step that needs to be taken before the purified water can be used for other uses.
The process involves taking water that is in a high demand position and filtering it to a higher level, to make it more suitable for other purposes.
The filtered water is then sent to an automated purification plant that filters it using a machine called a desalination tank.
In the future, the desalinated water will be pumped into a water treatment facility, and then piped into homes.
The desalinating plant uses advanced water technology to purified the water from a high pressure, high temperature environment.
While the desiccant plant uses a water pressure that is less than 1,000 bar, the water is treated using a high-pressure, high-temperature machine.
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