When is it safe to drink water in India?
When drinking water is safe in India, it should be safe for all of us, a senior official from the state’s water and sanitation department told Polygon.
According to the official, India is home to over 50,000 million people, which means the country has over 300 million people who drink or use water.
Water consumption in India is currently at the highest level since World War II, and according to the World Health Organization, it is one of the most unhealthy places to be.
The country has one of India’s largest and most expensive water systems, with an estimated $2 trillion (1.8 trillion Indian rupees) spent on water and wastewater management alone.
India’s water system is in need of major reform, as the state is already in the middle of a water crisis.
India is a major producer of saltwater and it’s also one of its largest importers of imported freshwater, as well as its main source of drinking water.
Drinking water quality has long been a problem for India, as its groundwater aquifers are also polluted with toxic waste.
In 2016, a World Health Organisation report revealed that there are nearly 200,000 cases of poisoning each year, with many of these cases being linked to untreated sewage from the country’s rural areas.
According the Indian Council of Medical Research, around 25,000 deaths occur annually due to water contamination.
The report further states that water pollution is the main cause of diarrhoea and is the number one cause of mortality among children in India.
India needs to improve its water quality in order to ensure it stays safe for its citizens, and as such, the government is working to improve the countrys water supply.
The state of Punjab is one example of how the government can help improve water quality.
In 2014, the state announced plans to reduce the amount of salt water in the state.
While salt water is used to create salt water tanks, the amount used to produce salt water for drinking is much lower, and Punjab has been experimenting with a system that allows people to use it in their own homes instead of just filling up a tank.
According a statement from the Punjab government, people can choose between two different salt water systems: one where salt water can be used in the homes, and another where people can use it at home.
Under the scheme, salt water will be used for drinking water, and the water that is collected from households will be sold to other households.
A major problem with the scheme is that the state has not been able to provide sufficient water to households in the cities that it is using for the scheme.
In 2017, Punjab government also announced a plan to install 1,200 solar water towers, which can provide drinking water to about 1.4 million people in the province.
The project was originally proposed to be completed in 2019, but the government has been unable to reach a final agreement with the private sector to build the solar project, and has instead asked the government to invest the money into the water system.
This plan will have a massive impact on the water quality of the country.
Currently, Punjab receives over 20 percent of its water from groundwater and is considered to be one of Europes most polluted regions.
According, a report by the United Nations, Punjab is among the worst water-rich states in the world, with its groundwater extraction and irrigation levels being the highest in the country, with nearly 80 percent of groundwater extracted being treated.
The water that flows into Punjab is also among the most polluted in the region, as it contains large amounts of metals such as arsenic and lead, as also heavy metals such toluene and bromine.
Water from the region has been known to be polluted by lead-based fertilizers.
Punjab’s government has also been unable, however, to provide clean drinking water for many rural areas, which has contributed to an increase in drinking water poisoning in rural areas of the state, with children particularly affected.
In 2015, Punjab reported more than 30,000 people who had suffered from water poisoning.
According it, water poisoning rates are rising as a result of poor quality drinking water and lack of sanitation infrastructure in the city.
According data from the Department of Water Resources, Punjab currently has the highest water-pollution rate among states in India with 1.5 million cases of water-poisoning in 2017.
A recent study by the Centre for Policy Research, India found that while more than 75 percent of Punjab’s population was covered by clean drinking and municipal water sources, the rural population had the lowest level of drinking-water provision.
While it is a state that has historically had poor drinking water infrastructure, the situation is worsening.
In fact, it was reported that Punjab has the lowest water-quality standards among India’s provinces.
The situation has been worsened by a lack of transparency regarding how much water is being supplied to rural areas and how the money is being spent.
The Ministry of Water Resource has been under criticism for its failure to provide adequate transparency