By: The Next-Web article By now, most people have heard of chlorine, a chemical that makes drinking water safer.
If you’re not, you’re probably familiar with how chlorine disinfectants work: when chlorine reacts with water, it releases a chemical which kills bacteria.
That chemical is what makes water safe.
But some people are concerned about the fact that chlorine doesn’t just kill bacteria, it can also kill viruses and other harmful organisms.
The World Health Organization estimates that between 10% and 20% of people living in developing countries don’t have access to the chlorine they need to stay healthy.
That is why the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) in 2013 recommended that people in countries that rely heavily on chlorine be advised to use chlorine-free water to avoid potentially harmful infections.
And although chlorine is still used in some parts of the world, it is increasingly being phased out, partly because of concerns about the environmental impact.
However, while chlorine is no longer a common disinfectant, it still appears to be being used in ways that are harmful to humans and the environment.
One study has found that chlorine use in drinking water is more than double what it was 10 years ago, and the chlorine is being used far more frequently.
Another study showed that more than 20% (23 million people) in India, which is home to the world’s largest population of chlorinated drinking water, have tested positive for hepatitis C. There are also concerns that some chlorine-treated water could be harmful to the environment and human health.
The International Agency For Research on Coronavirus (IARCC) found that the levels of chlorine in drinking-water wells were up to 30 times higher than the levels that the World Health Organisation considers safe.
The study, which was conducted in parts of India and Bangladesh, found that drinking water from both untreated and chlorinated wells were significantly higher than those in conventional water sources.
The findings were published in the journal Environmental Science & Technology.
The research was done by the IARCC and the Institute for Water Research and Sustainable Development in Bangladesh.
It found that more chlorinated water wells were in use than conventional wells in areas where there were many chlorinated and conventional wells.
The results of the study have not yet been published.
The IARC also found that chlorinated groundwater in the state of Maharashtra, home to some of the largest concentrations of chlorination in the world (and where water is one of the primary sources of drinking water), was more than twice the levels it was five years ago.
In Bangladesh, there were a total of more than 8.5 million chlorinated (pH 7.2) wells in the water supply system, the study said.
And the levels found in the study were much higher than what is considered safe for humans.
The finding is a concern for those who live in developing nations, where there are a number of health concerns and a growing number of cases of coronavirus.
One of the major concerns in India is that the number of people diagnosed with the virus has increased, leading to the deaths of an estimated 20 million people since the beginning of this year.
The problem is exacerbated by the fact there are no safe drinking water supplies available.
“The levels of chlorinator [fluoride] in drinking and drinking water are higher than in any other water source in the country, and chlorination has become a major issue,” Dr. K.G. Krishnan, IARC’s Director General, told reporters.
“It is a huge concern to me because chlorinator levels are higher in drinking tap water than in tap water in conventional tap water.”
What Is Chlorine?
The term chlorine comes from the Greek words καλάδες (cha), meaning “to poison”, and κάλας (lu), meaning ‘to poison’.
When the chemical chlorine reacts chemically with water it produces a chemical with a chlorine atom in its nucleus.
The chemical chlorine has been used for many years in many ways, including as a disinfectant.
The primary purpose of chlorine is to kill bacteria and other organisms that can cause diseases.
When chlorine reacts in the body, it breaks down into the form of nitric oxide (NO).
When it is added to water, the NO in the solution is converted to nitrite.
Nitrite is the main component of water in the drinking water system.
Nitrate (NH4+) is also found in some forms of water.
The main problem with chlorination is that it is not effective against viruses.
In fact, the IARC says that chlorine can cause the virus to multiply and multiply again.
There is no evidence that chlorination kills viruses or can treat infections.
Instead, chlorination only causes a temporary increase in the pH of the water.
When that pH drops, the virus can grow and multiply.
If a person has a severe illness, the chances of getting a virus increases significantly