Water test company Watertest.com has achieved a record-breaking achievement in its water testing programme, with water samples from more than 10,000 of the world´s most polluted cities including New York, Beijing, Shanghai and Delhi.
The results, obtained by The Hindu, indicate that the world has the lowest concentration of carbon in the atmosphere, while India, the world leader in pollution, has the highest.
The world has less than a one per cent carbon in its atmosphere.
However, the number of pollutants in the air is higher than the global average and is around 2.6 million tons per year. The world´t have nearly enough to be concerned about.
The test results showed that India had a ratio of 0.01, while China had 0.18.
The test results also showed that, globally, the proportion of nitrogen-based gases (N2g) in the water samples was around 0.9.
It is very important to understand that these measurements are not a total picture of the pollutant levels.
The number of nitrogen in the world is around 10 billion tons per annum, whereas in India the amount is about 3 billion tons.
Nitrogen is a pollutant because it is a chemical which reacts with sunlight to form carbon dioxide.
This reaction is a way of keeping carbon dioxide in the earths atmosphere.
Nitrogen and CO2 are not the only pollutants that are in the groundwater.
The water also contains various organic pollutants like sulphur, nitrogen oxides, phosphates and metals.
The levels of these pollutants are high.
Water tests for different pollutants are performed in the United States, Europe and Japan.
The tests are run in three phases: an initial analysis (which involves looking for a number of indicators such as water quality), an analysis of the samples (which includes the carbon and nitrogen concentrations) and a final assessment of the results.
The water testing is done in a laboratory setting, which is monitored remotely by a laboratory technician.
The results are analysed and sent to the relevant authorities.
The first test, carried out by Watertest, in 2012, found that the levels of nitrogen and CO3 were around 4,000 times the level in the blood.
It also measured the carbon content of the water, which was around 1,200 times the amount in the human blood.
Water test results are also available for more than 30 other countries including the US, UK, France, Spain, Italy, Greece, Israel, Spain and Germany.
In addition, tests are carried out in China, Japan, Canada, Australia, South Africa and Singapore.
The data from the water tests are then passed on to the authorities and the water is analysed.
In India, where water is so polluted, the authorities have also started to collect data on water quality.
Water quality is an indicator of the overall health of the population.
Water is a very important part of life in the developed world.
It serves as a natural filter for many pollutants, including heavy metals and pathogens.
It contributes to the health of a person and also to the pollution of the environment.
Water testing is a crucial part of monitoring and controlling pollution and is important for health.
If the pollution is controlled, people can feel safe and they can live in the cities.