A US city is planning to put a new clean water system in place, as the country’s top environmental watchdog looks at whether the US should adopt the clean water model of some countries, such as Germany.
In an interview with Business Insider, the US Clean Water Task Force said it was also looking at whether some US cities, such in Portland, Oregon, could adopt the “clean water” model.
Clean water, which is treated water, is treated to remove pathogens and pollutants.
The system then removes contaminants and contaminants from the water.
It can remove pathogens such as bacteria, viruses, and parasites.
In many cases, it removes the water itself.
It can also remove contaminants from water in the environment, including sediment and bacteria.
The US Clean Waters Act requires that any system that discharges 100 liters of clean water per day must comply with strict standards for disinfection, including that it remove all of the contaminants.
But the US Government Accountability Office (GAO) found that the Clean Water Act is not legally enforceable.
“Clean water is not a pollutant or a pollutants,” said the Task Force’s director, Daniel Krawczyk.
“But clean water can be used to clean up wastewater and can be a valuable tool for protecting people and communities from disease and contamination.”
Krawczyk said the Clean Waters Task Force was looking at a clean water infrastructure in the US to ensure that clean water is safe and is used for a good purpose.
“What we’re looking at is whether it can be legally enforced and is it a cost effective way to get clean water to people and families,” he said.
“We’re also looking into how much money could be saved from a clean tap, and what it would cost to get it installed in the community.”
Clean water bills in Portland have skyrocketed in recent years due to a lack of infrastructure, such a new sewer system and the expansion of the city’s wastewater treatment plant.
The city plans to replace the existing sewer system with a new system that will be clean by 2019.
The new system will be capable of cleaning up to 2 million gallons of sewage each day, Krawdzyk said.