Water treatment method where water is boiled to steam and condensed in a separate reservoir. Contaminants with higher boiling points than water do not vaporize and remain in the boiling flask.Distilled water is produced as a result of the usage of the distillation process, which utilizes pure H20 that is boiled from pollutants. For this reason, much of the pollutants existing in water are considered inorganic substances, metals, or minerals. Distillation is highly dependent upon evaporation in order to treat water. Steam is generated through the heating of polluted water. Inorganic substances and organic molecules that are not volatile are released since they do not evaporate with the water and are not needed. After the steam is produced, it is then left to condense and cool in order to create pure water.