Drinking water treatment facilities are getting more and more hot this winter as temperatures reach more than 40 degrees Celsius in Boston.
The water treatment systems are among the most sophisticated in the world and operate in a harsh environment that is often laced with toxins.
In Boston, the water treatment industry employs nearly 1,000 people.
The average worker in the treatment industry earns about $90,000 a year, and the average annual salary for those workers is about $300,000.
That compares with the average income for Boston residents who work in other industries like retail sales and restaurants, which are worth about $80,000 and $150,000, respectively.
Many of the workers in the Boston Water Treatment Plant are employed as janitors, but others work in laboratories, as well.
The water treatment plant at 7-Eleven in downtown Boston, where workers are paid by the pound.
AP/Robert F. BukatyThe Boston Water treatment plant, which is owned by the city of Boston and is located in downtown Massachusetts, is one of the oldest in the country.
It was opened in 1882 and is the oldest water treatment facility in the U.S.
A few decades ago, it had just a single worker.
In the 1970s, it employed about a dozen people.
In 2012, it was working with two employees.
It now employs about 2,500 people.
The workers who work there are expected to be in a state of heat for the next two weeks.
The plant operates on a two-hour-per-day schedule.
The temperature will rise from 40 degrees to about 50 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit) over the next week.
The plants have spent the past couple of decades cleaning up the water in the plant.
The system consists of four main tanks: one at the end of the conveyor belt, one at a conveyor system, one to hold the treated water, and another at a large, insulated tank.
The conveyor belts are designed to allow the water to pass through, but the water is treated differently depending on whether the water reaches the top of the tanks or the bottom.
For example, the treated and untreated water come into the water tanks at different temperatures.
When the treated treatment water reaches one of those tanks, it is heated to about 150 degrees Celsius.
The cooled water then flows down a pipe that passes through the top tank and goes back through the conveyer system, which then passes through another pipe.
The treated water then moves down a conveyer belt to another tank, and so on.
A worker at a treatment plant in Boston, Massachusetts.
AP Photo/Robert BukatysWater is treated in a steam-powered, insulated water treatment system.
The treatment plant has more than 3,000 employees.
The amount of water flowing through the system is the largest in the United States.
It is the only facility in New England that is equipped with the steam-driven, insulated system, designed to prevent contaminants from being transferred to the ground or through the pipes.
In order to be treated properly, the treatment plants must have a good ventilation system.
It also has to have a highly efficient cooling system.
Water in the treated plant is treated with steam and cooled with water pumped from a boiler.
The steam is cooled to about 100 degrees Celsius and then heated to another 350 degrees Celsius to keep the water warm enough to be disinfected.
If the water comes into contact with a surface that has been treated with chemicals, it will be treated with chlorine, which will kill bacteria.
If there is any contamination on the water, it needs to be removed with chemicals and treated with bleach.
If it is still a bit of a problem, then a robot can take the water from the treated area and transfer it to the water tank.
A second machine will clean the water up.
After that, it can be poured back into the treated areas, which allows it to be heated again to keep it fresh and to remove any lingering contaminants.
The steam from the water can be used to run an air compressor and the machine can then suck the water back into a treatment tank, where it is cooled down to about 70 degrees Celsius for about 20 minutes.
The tanks are usually at least 30 meters deep.
The city of Chicago has had problems with bacteria, including Legionnaires’ disease, but there are no current cases.
The virus has been linked to the city’s treatment plants.
There are also safety measures that are in place.
Workers must wear masks and wear protective clothing, which can be difficult to find in the cold weather.
Workers can get a letter from their employer saying they are exempt from some of these safety measures and can get more information about them by calling their employer.
The City of Chicago does have one of Boston’s largest treatment plants, at 7,200 feet in downtown Cambridge.
There, workers work in the steam system that is being run by a plant owned by