Health and safety concerns are prompting people to drink water from a Mexican company that supplies water to cities around the world.
The company, which operates in Mexico and Costa Rica, recently posted an ad on the internet with a picture of a water filter with a text reading, “I would like to ask you to refrain from drinking this water for one week.”
The company also claims that the water from the water filter is safe, as it contains no lead or other contaminants.
However, this has not stopped people from using the water in the past.
One of the reasons why people are choosing to use dilla, is that it is an inexpensive, widely available product.
According to a recent report from the American Water Works Association, people in the US have an average of $12 per month in disposable water bills.
This means that many people in Mexico have disposable water supplies for less than $100 a month.
The water company, Dilla Water, has also started offering water filters to the public, though they do not contain lead, which is considered a risk by health officials in Mexico.
Dilla’s ad campaign was not the only way the company is encouraging people to avoid drinking dilla water.
In the company’s ad, the logo is a stylized bird, which can be interpreted as a warning against dilla.
“You will have to find another source of water,” it says.
The company claims that its water filters are “unusually clean” and offer “no taste or taste-like qualities.”
The water filters on the company website are made from stainless steel, which should be “more environmentally friendly” than the water used by many people who are using it in Mexico, according to the company.
“They will help protect you from contamination, which we attribute to the low-sodium content in our water,” the company states.
Dilla says it has no plans to discontinue its water filter products.
The water filter company did not immediately respond to CNN’s request for comment.