What is tap water?
Water tap factories are located in Belgium, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and France.
They produce water and other drinkable products from reclaimed water from underground.
It is a water source that is either fresh or used for drinking or cooking.
It is made of potable water and filtered to remove all the dirt, which can be used as a fertilizer.
The process is similar to the production of bottled water.
The process is called desalination, which involves treating the water with chlorine and other chemicals, and then using it to produce purified water.
The water can then be used for washing clothes, washing cars, heating homes, and washing food.
It is often confused with bottled water, which is used for the same purpose, but has a much lower shelf life.
The two terms have a similar meaning, but there is no difference in how the water is treated.