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This is the VOA special English development report.

The lack of clean drinking water is a major problem worldwide. The world health organization says more than one billion people live in the areas where renewable water resources are not available. The problem is specially serious in Asia and the Pacific.

A United Nation report says water avaiblility in that area is the second lowest in the world after Afica. Nearly seven hundred thousand people in Asia and Pacific lack safe drinking water. The UN report knows that the world's poorest countries are also the ones that use the most water for agriculture. Agriculture uses almost eighty per cent of the water in the Asia Pacific area. There has also been an increasing water use for industry. China and India, more than triple their indusrial water use between 1992 and 2002.

The lack of clean drinking water around the world forces millions of people to drink unsafe water. This leads to an increase diseases like dieria, the second leading cause of death in children under five.

Floods, drops, pollution and climate change have created even more problems. The M development goals for 2015 call for a 50% decrease in the number of people without safe drinking water and basic sinatation. Scientists, governments and aid organizaions around the world are increasing their efforts to meet these goals.

Still, the UN says there's much work to be done. During its yearly world water day observance last month is called on the international community to work together to solve the water crisis.

Researchers at the M institute technology are doing just that. The American and South Korea researchers are investigating a new technology for turning sea water into drinking water. The new technology is called IN * polar *. The process uses electricity to help seperate electrically charged salt partical from water to make it drinkable. The researchers test their D-celenation process on a computer chip the signs of posted stamp. The chip removed 99% of the salt and other harmful substances from water samples.

So far the measure purifieds only a small amount of water. But the research say it may someday be available as a personal water purification product.

And that's the VOA special English development report. Written by JS. I'm Steve Wenber.
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This is VOA Special English Development Report
The lack of clean drinking water is a major problem in the world wide. The world health orgnization says more than 1 billion people live in the areas where renewable water systems are not available.
The problem is especially serious in Asia and Pacific. A United Nations report says the water availability in that area, is the second lowest area in the world after Africa.
Nearly 700,000 people in aisa and pacific lack safe drinking water, the un reports note the poorest countries are also the ones  that use the most water for agriculture, agriculture uses about 80% of the water in the Asia-pacific area, there has been also an increasing use for industry. In China and India, more than triple their industrial water use between 1992 and 2002.
The lack of clean drinking water around the world forces millions of people to drink unsafe water, this leads to an increase in diseases like diarrhea , the second leading cause of death in children under 5. Floods, droughts, pollution and climate change have create even more problems.
The * development goals for 2015 call for a 50% decrease in the number of people without safe drinking water and basic salitation. Scientists, governments and aid orgnizations around the world are increasing their efforts to meet these goals. Still, the UN says, there is much work to be done.
During it's yearly world water day observance last month, it called on the international community to work together to solve the water crisis. Researchers at Massachusset institute of technology are doing just that.
We America and South Korea researchers are investigating a new technology forturning the sea water into drinking water. The new technology is called IN Concentration polarization, the process uses electricity to help seperate electically charged salt particals from water to make it drinkable.
The researchers tested their desalenation process on a computer chip the size  of a posted stample, the chip removed 99% of the salt and other harmful substances from water samples.
So far, the method purifies only a small amounts of water, but researchers say it will  someday be available as a personal purification product.
And that's the VOA special English development report, wittten by June Sams, I'm Steve Ember.

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This is the VOA Special English Development Report.

The lack of clean drinking water is a major problem worldwide. The World Health Organization says more than one billion people live in areas where renewable water resources are not available. The problem is especially serious in the Asia and Pacific. A United Naitons's report says water availability in that area is the second lowest in the world after Africa. Nearly 700,000 people in Asia and Pacific lack safe drinking water.

The UN report notes that the world poorest countries are also the ones that use most water for agriculture. Agriculture uses about 80% of the water in the Asia Pacific area. There has also been an increasing water use in industry. Chian and India more than tripled their industrial water use between 1992 and 2002.

The lack of clean drink water around the world forces millions of people to drink unsafe water. This leads to an increase in diseases like d*, the second leading cause of death in children under five. Floods, drought, pollution, and climate change have created even more problems.

The m* development goals for 2015, call for a 50% decrease in the number of people without safe drinking water and basic sa*tation. Scientists, governments, and aid organization are increasing their effort to meet these goals. Still, the UN says there is much work to be done. During its yearly world water day observance last month, it called on the international community to work together to solve the water crisis.

Reaserchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are doing just that. The American and South Korean researchers are investigating a new technology for turning sea water into drinking water. The new technology is called I am Concentration P*. The process uses electricity to help separate electrically charged salt particles from water to make it drinkable. The researchers tested their d* process on a computer chip, the science of a posted style. The chip removed 99% of the salt and other harmful substances from water samples. So far, the method purifies only small amounts of water. But the researchers say it may someday be available as a personable water purification product.

And that's the VOA Special English Development Report, written by June Simms. I’m Steve Ember.

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This is the VOA Special English Development Report.


The lack of clean drinking water is a major problem worldwide. The World Health Organization says more than one billion people live in areas where renewable water resources are not available. The problem is \ especially serious in \ Asia and the Pacific. A United Nations report says water availability in that area is the second lowest in the world after Africa. Nearly seven hundred thousand people in \ Asia and the Pacific lack safe drinking water. The U.N. report notes that the world’s poorest countries are also the ones that use the most water for agriculture. Agriculture uses about eighty percent of the water in the Asia-Pacific area. There has also been an increase in water used for industry. China and India more than tripled their industrial water use between 1992 and 2002.

The lack of clean drinking water around the world forces millions of people to drink unsafe water. This leads to an increase in diseases like diarrhea, the second leading cause of death in children under five. Floods, droughts, pollution and climate change have created even more problems.

The Millennium Development Goals for 2015 call for a 50% decrease in the number of people without safe drinking water and basic sanitation. Scientists, governments and aid organizations around the world are increasing their efforts to meet these goals. Still, the U.N. says there is much work to be done. During its yearly World Water Day \ observance last month, it called on the international community to work together to solve the water crisis.

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are doing just that. The American and South Korean researchers are investigating a new technology for turning sea water into drinking water. The new technology is called ion concentration polarization. The process uses electricity to help separate electrically charged salt particles from water to make it drinkable. The researchers tested their desalination process on a computer chip the size of a postage stamp. The chip removed 99% of the salt and other harmful substances from water samples. So far the method purifies only small amounts of water. But the researchers say it may some day be available as a personal water purification product.

And that's the VOA Special English Development Report, written by June Simms. I'm Steve Ember.
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    This is the VOA special English, the development reprot.
   
    The lack of clean drinking water is a major problem worldwide. The World Health Organization says more than 1 billion people live in areas where renewable water resources are not available. The problem is  especially serious in Asia and the Pacific. An United Nations report says water availability in that area is the second lowest in the world after Africa. Nearly 700,000 people in Asia and Pacific lack safe drinking water. The U.N. report  notes that the world's poorest countries are also the ones that used most water for agriculture. Agriculture uses 80% of the water in the Asia Pacific area. There has also * increasing water used for industry. China and India more than triple their industrial water use between 1992 and 2002.

   The lack of drinking water around the world forces millions of people to drind unsafe water. This leads to increase disease like diarrhoea, the second leading cause of death in children under five. Floods, doubts, pollution and climate change have created even more problems.

   The M* Developement Goals for 2015 call for a fifty percent decrease in the number of people without safe drinking water and basic sanitation.

   Scientists, governments and aid organizations around the world are increasing their efforts to meet this goals. Still the U.N.says there is much work to be done. During it's yearly World Water Day Observance last month, it called on the international community to word togather to shoal water crisis.

  Researchers at Massachusetts Institute Technology are doing just that.The American and South Korea researchers are investigating a new technology for turning sea water into drinking water. The new technology is called "I am  a concentration polarasation".The process uses electricit to help separate electricity charges salt particles from water to make it drinkable. The researchers tasted their desalination process on the computer chip the science of  posted stamp.

   The chip removed 99%of the salt and other harmful substances from water samples. So far, the matter purifies only small amount of water, but the researchers say it may someday be available as a personal water purification product.
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      The lack of clean drinking water,is the major problem worldwide.The world health organization says,more than one billion people live in areas where * new water resources are not available.The problem is specially serious in Ager and the Pacific.A United Nation's report says ,water availability in that area is the second lowest in the world after Africa.Nearly 700 thousand people in Egypt and the Pacific,lack safe drinking water.

      The UN report notes that the world's poorest countries,are also the ones that use the most water in the agriculture.Agricultue uses about 80% of the water in the Egypt Pacific area.There has also been in an increase in water use for industry. China and India ,more than triple their industry water use between 1992 and 2002.

      The lack of clean drinking water around the world,foreces millions of people to drink unsafe water.This leads to an increase in diseases like *,the second leading cause of death in children under five.Floods,drought,pollution,and crime change,have created even more problems.The * development goals for 2015,call for a 50% decrease in the number of people without safe drinking water and basic sanitation.Scientist,goverments and 8 organizations around the world ,are increasing their efforts to meet these goals.

     Still, the UN says there is much work to be done.During its yearly world water day * last month,it call on the international community to work together to * the water prices.Rearchers at the massive * institute of technology are doing just that.The American and south Korean researchers are investigating a new technology for turning sea water into drinking water.The new technology is called I am concentration *.The process uses electricity to help separate * charge salt particles from water to make it drinkable.The researchers tested their * process on a computer chip,designs of a posted stand. The chip removed 99% of the salt and other harmful substances from water simples. So far ,they * *only small amounts of water.The researchers say it may someday be available as a personal water ** product.

      And that's the VOA Special English development report ,written by June Since,I'm Steve Ember.


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This is the VOA special English Development report.

The lack of clean drinking water is a major problem worldwide. The World Health Organization says more than one billion people live in areas where renewable water resources are not available. The problem is especially serious in Asia and the Pacific.

A United Nation's report says water availability in that area is the second lowest in the world after Africa. Nearly seven hundred thousand people in Asia and the Pacific lack safe drinking water.

The UN report notes that the world's poorest countries are also the ones that use the most water for agriculture. Agriculture uses about eighty percent of the water in the Asia Pacific area.

There have also been an increase in water used for industry. China and India more than triple their industrial water use between 1992 and 2002.

The lack of clean drinking water around the world forces millions of people to drink unsafe water. This leads to an increase in diseases like diarrhea, the second leading cause death in children under five. Floods, droughts, pollution, and climate change have created even more problems.

The M development goals for 2005 call for a fifty percent decrease in the number of people without safe drinking water and basic sanitation. Scientist, governments, and aid-organizations around the world are increasing their efforts to meet these goals.

Still, the UN says there is much work to be done. During its yearly World Water Day Observance last month, it called on the international community to work together to solve the water crisis.

Researchers at the Massachusetts institutive technology are doing just that. The American and South Korean researchers are investigating a new technology for turning sea water into drinking water.

The new technology is called Ion Concentration Polarization. The process uses electricity to help separate electrically charged soft particles to from water make it drinkable.

The researchers tested their desalination process on a computer chip the science of a posted stamp. The chip removed ninty nine percent of the salt and other harmful substances from water samples. So far, the method purifies only small amounts of water. But the researchers say it may someday be available as a personal water purification product.

And that's the VOA special English Development report, written by June S, I'm Steve Ember.

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This is the VOA Special English Development Report.

The lack of clean drinking water is a major problem worldwide. The World Health Organization says more than one billion people live in the areas where renewable water resources are not avaliable. The problem is especially serious in Asia and Pacific.

A United Nation's report says water avaliability in that area in the second lowest in the world after Africa. Nearly seven hundred thousand people in Asia and Pacific lack safe drinking water. The UN report notes that the world's poorest countries are also the ones that use the most water for agriculture. Agriculture uses about 80% of the water in the Asia Pacific area. There has also been an increase in water use for industry. China and India more than triple their industrial water use between 1992 and 2002.

The lack of clean drinking water around the world forces millions of people to drink unsafe water. This leads to a increase in diseases like XXX, The second leading cause of death in children under five. Floods, XXX, polution and climate change have created even more problems.

The XXX development goals for 2015 call for a 50% decrease in the number of people without safe drinking water and basic sanitation. Scientists, governments and aid organizations around the world are increasing their efforts to meet these goals. Still, the UN says there is much work to be done.

During its yearly World Water Day observance last month,it called on the international community to work together to solve the water crisis. Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are doing just that.

The American and South Korean researchers are investigating a new technology for turning sea water into drinking water. The new technology is called iron concentration polarization. The process uses electricity to help separate electrically charged soft particals from water to make it drinkable.

The researchers tested their desalination process on a computer chip, the science of posted stand. The chip removed 99% of the salt and other harmful substances from water samples. So far, the method purifies only small amounts of water. But researchers say it may some day be avaliable as a personal water purification products.

And that's the VOA Special English Development Report, written by John Smith. I'm Steve Ember.

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This is the VOA Special English Development Report.

The lack of clean drinking water is a major problem worldwide. The World Health Oganization says more than 1 billion people live in areas were renewable water resources are not available. The problem is specially serious in Egypt and Pacific. As United Nation report says water availability in wet area is the second lowest in the word after Africa. Nearly 700000 people in Egypt and Pacific lack safe drinking water. The UN report notes that the world's poorest countries are also the once the used the most water for agriculture. Agriculture uses about 80% of the water in the Egypt Pacific area. There has also ** increasing water used for industry. China and India more than triple their industrial water use between 1992 and 2002. The lack of clean drinking water around the world forces millions of people to drink unsafe water. This leads to in increase diseases like d** the second leading cause of dead in children under 5. Floods, droughts, pollution and climate change have created even more problems. The M government goals for 2015 call for a 50% decrease in the number of people without safe drinking water and basic sanitation. Scientists, governments and aid organizations around the world are increasing their experts to meet these goals. Still the UN says there is much work to be done. UN its yearly World Water Day of S last month is called on the international community to work together to solve the water crisis. Researchers at the mass** institute of technology are doing just that. The American and South C researchers are investigating a new technology for turning sea water into drinking water. The new technology is called IN Concentration Polarisation. The process uses electrcity to help separate electricly charged soft partical from water to make it drinkable. The researchers tested the D salination process on the computer chip the s** of posted stamp. The chip removed 99% of the salt and other harmful substances from water samples. So far the method purifies only small ** some water. But the researchers say it may some day be available as a personal water purification products.

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This is the voa special english development report.

The lack of clean drinking water is a major problem of worldwide.The World Health Organization says more than one billion people lived in the areas where renewable water resource are not available .The problem is especially serious in the Asia and Pacific.

A United Nation's reporter says water ability in that area is the second lowest in the world after Africa.Nearly seven hundred thousand people in the Asia and Pacific lack safe drinking water.The UN reporter notes that the world's poorest countries are also the once that use the most water for agriculture.


Agriculture uses about eighteen percent of the water in the Asia Pacific area.There has also been an increasing water use for industry.China and India more than t* their industry water use between 1992 and 2002.The lack of clean drinking water around the world forces millions of people to drink unsafe water.This leads s* increase diseases like d* the second leading cause  of death in children under five.


F* drugs ,pollution and  climate change have created even more problems.The m development goals for 2050,call for a 50% decrease in the number of people without safe drinking water and basic s*.Scientists ,governments and aid organizations around the world are increasing their efforts to meet this goals .Still the UN says there is much work to be done .During its yearly w water day o* last month ,it called  the international community to work togerther to solve the water crisis.

Researchers at the Massachusetts institute are doing just that.The American and selfcareer reseachers are investigating a new technology for turning sea water into drinking water.The new technology is called IM Constrution P .The process uses electricity to help separate electricity charged salt particles from water to make it drinkable.


The researchers test their dissel* process on the computer cheif the science of the poorest stand.The c removed 99% of the salts and other harmful substances from water samples.So far the method purify only small amount of water,but the researchers say if may someday be available as a personal water purity c products.

And that is the voa special english development report.Written by JS.I am Steve Ember.
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This is the VOA Special English Development Report.

The lack of clean drinking water is a major problem worldwide.The World Health Organization says more than one billion people lived in the areas will renewable water resources are not available.The problem is especially serious in the Asia and the Pacific.An United Nation's report says water availability in that area is the second lowest in the world after Africa. Nearly seven hundred thousands people in the Asia and the Pacific lack safe drinking water.The UN report notes that the world's poorest countries are also the ones that use the most water for agriculture.

Agriculture uses about 80 percent of the water in the Asia and the Pacific area.There has also been an increasing water used for industry.China and India more than tripled their industrial water use between 1992 and 2002.

The lack of clean drinking water around the world forces millions of people to drink unsafe water.This leads to an increase in diseases like Diaria,the second leading cause of death in children under five.Floods,droughts,pollution and climate change have created even more problems.

The millennium development goals for 2050 call for a fifty percent decrease in the number of people without safe drinking water and basic sanitation.Scientists,government and aid organizations around the world are increasing their efforts to meet these goals.Still the UN says there is much work to be done.During its yearly world water day observance last month it called on the international community to work together to solve the water crisis.Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are doing just that.

The American and south Korean researchers are investigating a new technology to turnning sea water into drinking water.The new technology is called ion concentration polarization.The process uses electricity to help seperate electrically soft particles from water to make it drinkable.The researchers tested their desalination process on a computer chip,the science of posted stand.The chip remove 99 percent of the salt and harmful substances from water samples.So far,the method purifies only small amounts of water.But the researchers say it may someday be available as a personal water purification products.

And that's the VOA Special English Development Report.Written by June Simms.I'm Steve Ember.

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This is the VOA Special English Development Report.

The lack of clean drinking water is a major problem worldwide. More than one billion people live in the areas where renewable water resources are not available. The problem is especially serious in Asia and the Pacific.

A United Nation's report says water availability in that area is the second lowest in the world after Africa. Mainly seven hundred thousand people in Asia and the Pacific lack safe drinking water. The UN report notes that the world's poorest countries are also the ones that use the most water for agriculture. Agriculture uses about eighty percent of the water in the Asia Pacific area.

There has also been an increase in water use for industry. China and India more than triple their industrial water use between 1992 and 2002.

The lack of clean drinking water around the world forces millions of people to drink unsafe water. This leads to an increase in diseases like diarrhea, the second leading cause of death in children under five. Floods, droughts, pollution and climate change have created even more problems.

The Millennium Development Goals for two thousand fifteen call for a fifty percent decrease in the number of people without safe drinking water and basic sanitation.

Scientists, governments and aid organizations around the world are increasing their efforts to meet these goal. Still the UN says there is much work to be done. During its yearly World Water Day observance last month it called on the international community to work together to solve the water crisis. Researchers at Massachusetts Insititute of Technology are doing just that.

The American and South Korean researchers are investigating a new technology for turning sea water into drinking water. The new technology is called ion concentration polarization. The process uses electricity to help separate electrically charged salt particles from water to make it drinkable.

The researchers tested their d- process on the computer chip the size of a postage stamp. The chip removed ninety nine percent of the salt and other harmful substances from water samples. So far the method purifies only small amounts of water. But the researchers say it may someday be available as a personal water purification product.

And that's the VOA Special English Development Report, written by June Simms. I'm Steve Ember.
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   This is the voa special english development report .

   The lack of clean drink water is a major problem worldwide .The World Health Organization says more than one billion people live in the areas where renewable water resource are not available .

   The problem is special serious in the Asia and Pacific . A United Nation report says water availability in that area is second lowest in the world after Africa . Nearly seven hundred thousand people in the Asia and Pacific lack safe drink water .

   The UN report notes that the world poorest countries are also the ones that used the most water for agriculture . Agriculture uses about eighty precent of the water in the Asia-Pacific area . There has also been an increasing in the water used for industry . China and India more than tripled their industrial water used between 1992 and 2002 .

   The lack of clean drinking water around world faces millions of people to drink unsafe water . This leads to an increase in disease like / the second leading cause of death in children under five . Floods ,/ ,poulltion and climate change have created even more problems .

   The / development goals for two thousand fifty call for a fifty precent  decrease in the number of people without safe drinking water and basic sanitation .
Scientists , governments and aid organizations around the world are increasing their effort to meet these goals . Still the UN says there is much work to be done . During its yearly world water day observance  last month , it called on the international community to work together to solve the water crisis .

   Researchers at / Institute of Technology are doing just that . The American and South Korean researchers are investigating a new technology for turnning sea water into drinking water . The new technology is called / . The process uses electricity to help separate salty / from water to make it drinkable .

   The researcchers test their desalination precess on the computer chip ,the science of posted stand . The chip remove ninty-nine precent of the salty and other harmful substances from water samples . So far , the method / only small amount of water . But researchers say it may someday be available as person water / products .

   And that is the voa sepcial english development report , written by June Simmms . I'm Steve Ember .
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This is the VOA Special English, Development Report.

The lack of clean drinking water is a major problem world wide. The World Health Organization says more than one billion people lived in the areas where renewable water resources are not available. The problem is especially serious in Asia and Pacific. A United Nations report says water availability in that area is the second lowest in the world after Africa.

Nearly 700,000 people in Asia and Pacific lack safe drinking water. The UN report notes that the world’s poorest countries are also the ones that use the most water for agriculture. Agriculture uses about 80% of the water in the Asia-Pacific area. There has also been an increase in water use in industry. China and India more than tripled their industrial water use between 1992 and 2002.

The lack of clean drinking water around the world forces millions of people to drink unsafe water. This leads to an increase in diseases, like diarrhea, the second leading cause of death in children under five. Floods, droughts, pollution and climate change have created even more problems.

The * development goals for 2050 call for a 50% decrease in the number of people without safe drinking water and basic sanitation. Scientists, governments and aid organization around the world are increasing their efforts to meet these goals. Still, the UN says there is much work to be done during its yearly World Water Day Observance last month. It called on the international community to work together to solve the water crisis.

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are doing just that. The American and South Korean researchers are investigating a new technology for turning sea water into drinking water. The new technology is called “I am concentration polarization.” The process uses electricity to help separate electrically charged salt particles from water to make it drinkable.
       
The researchers tested their desalination process on a computer chip, the size of a posted stamp. The chip removed 99% of the salt and other harmful substances from water samples. So far, the message purifies only small amount of water. But the researchers say it may someday be available as a personal water purification product.

And that’s the VOA Special English Report, written by John*, I’m Steve Ember.
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This is the VOA Special English Development Report. The lack of cleaning drinking water is a major problem worldwide. The World Health Organisation says more than one billion people live in areas where renewable water resources are not available. The problem is especially serious in the Asia and the Pacific. A United Nation's report says water availability in that area is the second lowest in the world after African. Nearly seven hundred thousand people in the Asia and Pacific like safe drinking water.

The UN report notes that the world poorest countries are also the once that used the most water for agriculture. Agriculture uses about eighty percent of the water in the Asia Pacific area. There has also been increasing water used for industry. China and India more than tripple their industrial water use between nineteen ninety-two and two thousand two. The lack of cleaning drinking water around the world forces millions of people to drink unsafe water. This leans doing an increase in diseases like Diaria, the second leading cause of death in children under five. Floods, draws*, flution* and climate change have created even more problems.

The Malaria* development goals for two thousand fifteen call for a fifty percent decrease in the number of people without safe drinking water and basic sanitation. Scientists, governments, and aid organisations around the world are increasing their efforts to meet this goals. Still, the UN says there is much work to be done. During its nearly world water day of exbanse* last month is called on the international community to work together to solve the water crisis. Researchers at the Massachusettes Institute of Technology are doing just back.

The American and South Corea researchers are investigating a new technology for turning sea water into drinking water. The new technology is called IM consentration polarization. The process uses electricity to help separate eletrically charged soft particals from water to make it drinkable. The researchers tested their disilenation* process on the computer chip the science of the posted stan*. The chip removed ninety-nine percent of the salt and other pu* substances from water decembers. So far the nineten* purifies only small amounts of water. But the researchers say it may someday be available as a personal water purification product. And that's the VOA Special English Development Report, written by June Simms. I'm Steve Ember.

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