It’s been a little over a month since Donald Trump’s election, and many Americans have been waiting for their water supply to be cleaned up.
But what happens if you don’t use the clean water app on your iPhone?
A new water filtration app, “Clean Water” from applet Clean Water, was launched by applet maker Appleton on Wednesday.
The app, which was designed by apptontheapptonthenoment, uses a combination of sensors and filters to help users remove the dirt and contaminants that could be a threat to your water supply.
Users can check out the app on iOS and Android by tapping on the app icon in the appstore.
Clean Water will only work if the water has a filter, a water purifier, and a water filter pump.
However, a few users reported problems when using the app with a water Purifier.
Users who had the app installed on their phone reported that it would not function properly with their water purifiers, and users who had no water purifying device reported that the app would not work with the Purifier that came with their device.
Some users reported that using the Clean Water app caused a water contamination issue, according to a post by the app’s creators.
“As of now, Clean Water is working on removing contaminants from your water.
We have identified a number of problems in the past, but we are working to resolve these as quickly as possible,” Appleton’s website reads.
“We are currently working with the EPA to determine the best course of action for your water and will update this post once that is completed.”
The app has also been accused of causing water contamination by using its filter, according a post on the company’s website.
“We have been informed by the EPA that Clean Water’s filter does not properly clean water when the water level is too low to filter through,” the app description reads.
The app uses an “antenna” to measure the amount of water in your tap and then calculates how much of the water is in your taps water, according the app listing.
The Appleton Clean Water page does not specify what level of water is too small to filter.
The EPA did not respond to a request for comment on the issue.
But some users are concerned that the Clean water app may be a way for water purification companies to keep their water from being used in the first place.
“The EPA has a rule that says if water is used in water treatment plants and there is not a filter there, it can be used for drinking purposes.
So that means if your tap has a purifier installed and you use Clean Water to clean water and then you take a shower, you’re basically putting water in the shower, it’s not going to get filtered,” Jennifer Anderson, a former senior vice president at the Environmental Defense Fund, told ABC News.
Anderson said she’s concerned that using clean water for drinking may be seen as an “aggressively environmental activity” and will result in water contamination issues.
“I think that that is a big concern, because we know that there are chemicals in tap water, and there are things in tap that you don´t want to get in your water,” Anderson said.
“But I think it’s really going to depend on how you look at it.”
According to Anderson, there are many companies that will use clean water filters for water filTreatment plants, like those found in New York City, which use filtered water for washing dishes and dishes in sinks.
But Anderson believes that the cleanwater app will only help purify the tap water.
“It is a great idea, but I am concerned that it could be an aggressive environmental activity,” Anderson added.
“It could be something that is really really detrimental to water quality.”