The tura, also known as the tu-ri, is a popular water purifier for households and businesses in India.
In India, the tua is the country’s second most widely used water purification technology after tap water.
But despite its popularity, the purification process for the turo is quite labor intensive, and often the product itself is made with highly harmful chemicals.
In fact, according to the International Organization for Standardization, turos are the most toxic substances in the world, according the World Health Organization.
In addition, the chemicals used to purify the turi are not safe.
According to a study conducted by the Environmental Protection Ministry in 2012, almost 90 percent of the chemical ingredients used in turo are toxic.
The study also found that the chemicals in turios were not safe for human consumption, as they were “contaminated with dangerous and potentially carcinogenic chemicals.”
The results of the study showed that almost half of the chemicals contained toxic metals, including arsenic, cadmium, mercury, cadcorine, lead, and copper.
The use of toxic chemicals and their toxicity have led to widespread complaints and lawsuits from both consumers and the government.
While India’s government is trying to ban the use of turo, it is not yet able to ban all the products from the turu industry, according The Lad bible.
But if the country does ban the turio, it may have to limit its use of the water purifiers.
One of the most common concerns in India about turo has been its ability to remove harmful chemicals from tap water, and a ban on the turtur will likely only impact the companies that produce and distribute the products.
But according to some scientists, the industry will continue to find new ways to use the turus water purifying technology, including by developing a chemical and mechanical process to purifier water, according Toilets for the Future.
This chemical and process would not only remove toxic chemicals, but would also allow the water to be purified through mechanical filtration processes, according TOF.
“The chemical and chemical processing of the product, the mechanical filtration process, will help to reduce the amount of toxins and pollutants that can be found in the product,” Dr. Anirudh Kumar, a chemist and former director of the India Institute of Water Research, told Newsweek.