When it comes to clean water, most of us can agree that Australia has the world’s best.
We can also agree that a lot of that water is going to end up in the ocean, which is where we should all be concerned.
But there are also a lot more places where we can go and make sure we have clean water to drink.
The water in the Great Barrier Reef, the world-famous Great Barrier River, the Great Lakes, and the Pacific Ocean are all very clean.
In fact, we’re almost there.
The Great Barrier reef is the world leader in clean water and is home to more than 100 species of fish.
And yet, the Reef has been in the spotlight for some time because of an issue that has long been known as the “pink slime problem”.
The problem, as it is called, is that some people, mainly those in the south of the country, drink a lot or have a lot to drink while driving, and they may not realise that the water that they drink is filtered through a process called purification.
The process involves washing the water and adding a mixture of chlorine and other chemicals to the water, so that it’s clean enough to drink, and also makes it less likely that it will contain toxins.
However, it is not entirely clear that the process actually removes the toxins.
And as far as the Reef is concerned, the only place where purification has been proven to work is in Australia.
The World Health Organisation has warned that drinking contaminated water is a “human health risk”.
“The pink slime problem is a health issue, because people drinking contaminated drinking water have a lower risk of contracting diseases, particularly pneumonia and diarrhoea,” Dr Chris Brown, from the WHO’s Drinking Water Protection Branch, told ABC News.
One of the ways that the pink slime can affect humans is through anaerobic bacteria. “
If you drink contaminated water, your chances of getting a certain disease increase.”
One of the ways that the pink slime can affect humans is through anaerobic bacteria.
The type of bacteria that can cause the symptoms of the illness are called anaerobes, which are often found in people who have diarrhoeas.
People who drink contaminated drinking sources may also have more anaerobe bacteria than people who drink clean water.
However it’s not known how the pink problem in Australia compares to those other water sources.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics has also compiled a list of the 10 best places in Australia for drinking water.
While it’s hard to say where they are all based, some of them are very close to each other.
One of them is just north of Sydney, about 100km north of the CBD.
It’s called the “Great Lakes region”, and it’s home to Lake Simcoe.
There’s also a small lake called the Lake Eyre, which was named after a famous explorer, and is located in the middle of a large lake.
In the area is Lake Eyreslope, a reservoir that was built to hold back the current of the Great Northern Sea.
Lake Eyrie is the largest freshwater lake in the entire world.
Lake Simelton is located just west of Lake Eyrea.
In both of these places, the water is purified through purification processes.
But Lake Eyrey is much cleaner than Lake Eyreton, which has been linked to the pink problems.
It contains the same amount of chlorine as Lake Eyrem, the lake that produces the pink stuff.
“We’ve got a number, probably, around three billion people who are living in the lakes, so we know there’s a pretty good deal of that contamination in the lake,” Dr Brown said.
The water that we drink, if we go to Lake Eyreth, is also cleaner than the water we drink from Lake Eyrex. “
But there’s also some contaminants in Lake Eyreon and Lake Eyrek, where it’s probably a lot less polluted, but we don’t have that good a data base to show how clean the lake is.”
The water that we drink, if we go to Lake Eyreth, is also cleaner than the water we drink from Lake Eyrex.
But the lakes aren’t the only sources of contamination.
The main source of pollution in Australia is the mining industry, with mining companies dumping huge amounts of waste into waterways.
There are about 2.8 billion tonnes of waste being dumped each year, according to the Australian Bureau Of Statistics.
The waste that is dumped into the rivers, streams, and lakes is a huge issue for Australia, because it can cause environmental problems like pollution and disease.
However the pink issues may be a bigger issue than the pollution, according Dr Brown.
“The most likely cause of the problem is pollution in the water,” he said.
“It’s not a question of if we should have pink slime, it’s a question about when.”
Dr Brown is the executive director of the Australian Environmental Union, and he is also the chief scientist for the World Health Organization.
“It’s a real concern that the