It is believed that the cleanest water in the world is found in Puerto Williams, Chile and it was discovered by the scientists of the University of Texas and Chile. He was collaborating in research on the cleanliness of water resources in the world. According to the director of the Arctic Bioculture Conservation Program, both the water and the air here are incredibly clean. The air and water here have a purity and an ecosystem that existed before the Industrial Revolution. To the north of this, clean water is also available in Torres Dill Pine.

Canada is also considered to be the country with the cleanest water sources in the world. Here Springwater, a city near Toronto, is very famous for this. Springwater is said to be so clean that it contains five times less lead than the lead present in Arctic glaciers. Scientists believe that this is due to the special mountain ecosystem around here, which keeps the flowing water here disinfected through layers of soil and sand.

Denmark is one of the first countries in the world that created a ministry for the environment in its parliament. In the 1960s, water pollution reached alarming levels in the country's water resources and areas near the capital, Copenhagen. After this the ministry was created in 1971 and the government took concrete steps rapidly. 40 years later, Denmark has become one of the countries where it is a leader in wastewar management and sustainability. Today he is giving his expertise in this field to the world. Here the government also takes an active part in the program of cleaning water. And here there is a lot of clean water available in the world.

Singapore is one of the countries in the world that has been maintaining high quality water for a long time. The Singapore National Water Agency claims on its website that the city of Singapore is the city with the best quality water in the world. Due to the high demand for clean water of Singaporeans, the sources here are drying up. The average person in Singapore consumes 150 liters of water a day.

Sweden is one of those countries whose water quality is certified by the International ISO Water Quality Certificate. This certificate was given to the city of Stockholm in the year 2017. Many Swedes believe that buying plastic bottled water is a waste of money. Sweden takes clean water for its residents from 95,700 lakes and springs.

Austria is famous for its clean water and 100% availability to the countrymen. Under the famous Austrian Water Pact, the government ensures the quality of water on and below the land here. Not only this, this country is also very sensitive towards the aquatic environment here. Its ranking in the world's Environmental Performance Index is among the top countries.

Iceland is famous for its natural beauty. Known for its unpredictable weather and the world's most tolerant culture, Iceland has some of Europe's cleanest water sources. The residents of Iceland take great pride in their clean water. They also recommend the travelers coming here to drink water directly from the lakes here. Here water seeps from volcanic sediments and comes into the lakes. The water here does not require chemical treatment.

The water of Germany is considered to be the safest and cleanest water in the world. This country is also known for the investigation of food products. Even after this, the water consumption here has decreased in the last several decades. Surprisingly, the sale of water bottles in supermarkets has also increased. But even after this, the quality of the water here is very clean.

Greenland is also included in those countries where the sources of drinking water are considered to be the cleanest on earth. The water here comes to melt the ice. This ice covers 80 percent of the island and never melts, which is removed by melting water. Yet the people here prefer to use the processed water of the local lakes and rivers. The waste water is strictly controlled here.

In a recent survey by UNESCO, Switzerland has been ranked 16th for water management quality and protection of water sources from industrial pollution. There are strict rules related to water quality in this country, where the use of phosphate is banned since 1986. The law for the pharmaceutical industry here has been very popular. The water here can also be drunk directly from the reservoirs and is not considered harmful.
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