The mineral water in mineral water sources is not a health hazard, a U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) report found.
The report comes as the water in the country’s mineral waters continues to be contaminated by chemicals that could pose a health risk.
The water contains toxic chemicals, such as arsenic, copper and lead, and is often contaminated with toxins from the coal mining industry.
In the last year, the USGS found that water in some mineral water supply systems was at risk of poisoning.
Mineral water is the water used to clean up coal mining waste.
The USGS also said it is the best way to prevent mineral water from entering your home, because it’s filtered and does not contain any harmful substances.
But the report said mineral water is not necessarily safe.
“The mineral water contained in many mineral water systems is safe to drink,” the report states.
“However, it may contain dangerous chemicals and it may be difficult to determine the level of toxicity.
These potential risks to your health can be mitigated by using a safe and appropriate mineral water system, such that no contaminant reaches your home.”
In the U.K., the water system at a coal mine has been contaminated with arsenic, the report found, and it’s also a concern for pregnant women.
In China, arsenic is also known to be present in some water, according to a report from the World Health Organization.
In a study published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, researchers in China found that arsenic was detected in the water of 1,000 households in the western province of Hebei.
In other studies, it’s been linked to birth defects, including neural tube defects and cerebral palsy.
The American Association of Poison Control Centers warns that mineral water can be contaminated with toxic chemicals such as lead, arsenic and copper.
And it can also be dangerous for pets, children, the elderly and those with asthma.
“While the health risks from drinking mineral water are small, the risk is real,” the association said in a statement.
“If you or anyone you know is suffering from an acute water poisoning, call 911 immediately.”
The report also found that in 2014, a survey by the Australian Government found that mineral waters were drinking water for a third of the country.
The Australian Water Industry Association said that there were about 4.5 million households with water systems, and the association is trying to educate the public about the dangers of mineral water.
The association also has launched a website that includes tips on how to safely treat water and how to avoid poisoning.
In some areas, such in New South Wales, water is treated by chlorination.
This involves the water being treated with chlorine to make it less toxic to animals.
However, the Australian Environmental Protection Authority said chlorination can be harmful to fish and wildlife and the water is also treated with a chemical called nitrate to make the water more acidic.