Clean H20 for All
Plants, such as, the Lotus, Lily pads, cat tails, etc. remove (extract) toxins from the H20 (water) through the process of filtration through the stems, pads, and floral resulting in a capturing of the toxins, which should be harvested before they die off (removed from H20) and seeds should be planted in the harvested plants place (substituting the harvested plants for growth next year, if necessary).
Heat accelerates the metabolism (break-down) of toxins. Heating water is a great method to utilize when extracting toxins. Utilizing solar energy to break-down toxins in H20 is also a very effective and efficient method of toxic metabolism. Running H20 over or through heat coil chambers will accelerate the metabolic break-down. Running H20 (less than 1” in thickness) over solar powered panels will also speed up the acceleration. The H20 should then go through a process of rapid cooling, which would aid in denaturing the toxins. Bacteria, algae, hydrophilic (aquatic) plants, and filtration systems, such as, various layers (series) of particles (substrate) and screens (nanometers in size to ensure the elimination of viruses) could be utilized to filter H20. Chemicals that are quickly biodegraded could also be added if absolutely necessary. Water can also be evaporated and the water vapor can be collected and the toxins that remain could be placed in containers (chambers), which can be pressurized and highly concentrated with substances that will speed up the process of metabolism, such as those listed above. The most beneficial conditions should also be established in the process of cleansing.