In the past, residents have used water purifiers to wash their hands, and sometimes their eyes, but many believe the technology is too costly to run every few months.
That’s why, in a move to cut down on the waste, several local councils in Queensland have decided to build an entirely new water purifying system, using a patented technology developed by Australian technology company Coway.
Coway is also offering a free system to anyone who wants to try it.
“We believe it’s really important to have something that’s environmentally friendly and sustainable,” Coway chief executive Tony Leong said.
“We are not going to be using coway in the future.”
“We have a solution for every water problem.
We’ve put together a solution that we believe will be the best way to get our water into the system.”
Coway says it is not the first company to make a water purificator that uses the coway technology.
The company has made a similar device for more than a decade, and has a range of other products to cater for different water needs.
In an interview with ABC News in 2016, Coway founder and chief technology officer, Ben Jonson, said the technology was “inherently more sustainable” than traditional methods.
“When it comes to water, the technology that we have now is not going into the toilet or washing the hands,” he said.
The Coway water system uses a water tank to pump water from a tank to a water dispenser.
Coway says its technology is not an effective method of removing bacteria, and its water purifies the water by reacting with hydrogen ions to produce a watery solution.
There is a catch though, according to Coway: Coway’s water is also not pure enough to use in a water filter.
Cowan water filters are generally expensive and contain chlorine, but Cowan’s system uses nothing but pure water to purify the water.
When the company’s new system is in place, residents will have to change their washing habits to use less water.
Cowans system also means that people will have less time to wash themselves.
It is also a step forward for water purists, who will now have to buy an entire water purified system, rather than just a filter.
Some people who live in Brisbane have not been completely comfortable with using cowans water, but it has been a success, with the company saying it has received positive feedback from residents.
But not everyone agrees that the technology works, with some experts saying it could be a waste of water.
“It’s a waste to use cowan in your water purifications system,” one Water and Wastewater expert told ABC News.
A Cowan spokesperson told ABC Fact Check: “Cowan water is a safe, safe product that is environmentally friendly.
It works and is the only water purifecy technology that can purify water.
It is the industry standard water purify technology for many years.
As with any technology, you need to test it and make sure it’s safe before you make a purchase.”
However, the spokesperson also said the system had been used successfully by local councils around Queensland, and that the company had received positive reviews.
Queensland Water Minister Rob Stokes told the ABC that it was an excellent technology.
He said: “We have no plans to ban cowan from our water systems.”
While it may not be environmentally friendly, some water users are happy to pay a small price for the opportunity to save water.
“I do feel a bit bit smug because it’s not just me who’s got to use a water system,” a resident told ABC Radio Brisbane.
“If you want to go to the toilet and get the water out, you’re paying a little bit of money for that.”
But if you want a water-saving scheme where you don’t have to use water, then it’s great.
“I would definitely encourage people to take it up with their council if they feel like it’s a bit of a waste.”