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A new study shows how global brands are using water filters and clean water purifiers to save the planet.

The study, which looked at how the companies use water in their products, found that the companies are using less water than when they were manufacturing.

The companies have also been doing better recycling than when the study was conducted, the study said.

The study was led by researchers at the University of Bristol, with funding from the U.K.’s National Institute for Economic and Social Research.

The researchers analyzed data from companies like Amazon, Apple, Coca-Cola and Nestle that were asked to report how much water they used for their products in the year before they were launched.

The data was then analyzed to determine the amount of water that was used.

The water used by each company is different, the researchers found, and the data suggests that they are using more water than they were when they started manufacturing.

The report found that Amazon used a total of 5,095,000 gallons of water in the first three months of 2014, compared to a total use of 533,000, the report said.

Apple used a water usage of 2,639,000 for its iPhone 4 and 3G smartphones, compared with a total usage of 531,000.

Coca-cola used a usage of 721,000 of water for its Coke Zero beverages, compared the total use with a usage count of 541,000 in its product lines.

Nestle used a use of 1,093,000 water for Nestle products, compared a total water usage count with 1,874,000 total water used.

The brands that use less water in 2014 have been:Apple, Apple iPhone, Nestle, Coca Cola, PepsiCo, Pepsi, Starbucks, Unilever, Starbucks.