Currently, it is estimated that about a quarter of the world’s population lacks clean drinking water, by 2030 this figure will reach an impressive 50%. Therefore, the development of a method for the qualitative treatment of industrial effluents is already occupying the minds of specialists in all countries. Russian experts from Tomsk Polytechnic University have their own proposal for solving such an urgent global problem. Scientists from Tomsk proposed a process for treating industrial effluents, which consists of three stages: Stage 1: the conversion of contaminated water into a suspension, or an emulsion using other liquids or particles solid materials. 2-nd stage: injection of the prepared mixture into the heating chamber with a temperature of about 350 ° C, in which the droplets explode, as a result of which the evaporation of water occurs, burning out g combustible impurities and non-combustible precipitation. Stage 3: collecting liquid obtained by condensation of water vapor, purified of all impurities. [center] [/ center] According to Pavel Strizhak, project manager, such purified water is suitable for repeated use in various technological processes. The principle of thermal cleaning, applied by Tomsk scientists, is known to science, however, an important difference of the new method is the ability to clean liquids whose composition and structure are heterogeneous.