How to keep your outdoor toilets clean

Water purification systems can be a lifesaver if you’re not prepared for the water pollution they can cause.

If you have a tank, then a toilet is not the ideal solution.

We have outlined the five worst offenders that can lead to water pollution.

Read moreRead moreAs well as a toilet, there are many other things you need to consider when considering how you’re going to protect your water supply.

Here are five of the most common things you can do to protect yourself and the environment:1.

Use an old water filter, or at least one that has a built-in filter, to filter water before you use it.

A filter can help you keep the water off the ground, but if you’ve got a toilet that’s not water-tight, it can lead you to problems when it’s used in the shower.

The best way to protect against water pollution is to make sure that you’re using a filter that’s been in use for at least six months.

If you can’t find a filter for your toilet, you’ll want to consider a shower curtain.

If your shower curtain doesn’t come with a filter, you can get one for around £5 from your local hardware store.

You can also use a filter in the washing machine to filter the water before washing your hands.2.

Choose an old tank or tank-mounted water purifier to keep the dirt off the tank, and it should have a built in filter.

There are some great water purifiers on the market that are designed for outdoor toilets, but you may have to spend a little more on them if you have indoor toilets.

If the tank you have isn’t water-safe, you should get one of these.

If not, a water purifying filter should be used, although there are cheaper alternatives that can do the job even better.3.

Take the water out of the toilet bowl.

If it has no bowl to flush it into, use a bowl that is clean, dry, and free of filth.

It should have no metal parts, and should not have been sitting on the toilet since you first cleaned it.

You should then flush the bowl every 15 minutes, with the toilet water still sitting on top.4.

Use a toilet paper roll to wipe down your toilet.

If toilet paper isn’t available, you could buy one from a local store for around $5.

The roll should have an extra pocket to put your hands in to wipe off filth that has accumulated.5.

Check your tap water regularly.

If a toilet has a filter or a water source that you don’t normally use, make sure it’s not leaking.

If there’s a leak, it could cause water pollution, which can lead into a potentially deadly problem like algae blooms.

If all of these tips are doing you no good, here are some of the best ways to keep water pollution at bay.

You can find out more about water pollution in Australia at the Australian Water Resources Agency’s website.