Australia is one of a handful of countries that have started filtering water for its citizens.
While the water system is still being developed, the system has already been widely adopted and is expected to be installed in the first half of 2020.
However, with more than half of the country’s households having at least one filter, the water supply for some Australians is still not completely filtered.
The new filter will be introduced in 2018 and is the result of a joint collaboration between the Australian and Hawaii governments.
The water filters will use an innovative technology that uses microorganisms to remove contaminants from water.
They will be used by households to provide water to their residents, as well as by businesses and schools.
The technology will also help prevent the spread of bacteria in the environment.
The filters will be installed by 2020.
This article originally appeared on New York magazine.