Water burn treatment is a new technology in the treatment industry

Water burn is a process that can remove CO2 from the atmosphere and re-activate the water in a plant.

This process is similar to a treatment plant, where CO2 is removed from the air and then re-activated in the water.

It is also similar to the process of treatment plants, where air is removed to reduce CO2 emissions and recharged with fresh water.

Water burn treatment requires a high degree of automation in the process, so it’s an expensive process.

The cost is generally between $50,000 and $300,000 per treatment unit, depending on the technology.

This article first appeared in The Conversation.

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