Water Purifier|nursery Purified Water

The answer is yes.

And not just water.

A new system called a “purifier” that uses water purification technology could be used to clean the water from wastewater treatment plants and other sites.

The purifier, which is being developed by the water treatment company, would also capture and remove pollutants that could pose a health hazard to people and the environment.

The new technology could help keep polluted water from leaking into rivers and oceans, said Tom Johnson, senior scientist at the Water Technologies Institute.

It’s a big step forward.

It makes it possible to reduce water pollution in the world’s most polluted areas, Johnson said.

The technology has been around for years.

It can be used in water treatment plants to remove solids and contaminants from water.

Johnson said the technology would be useful in many other areas, including water treatment, sanitation and treatment of industrial wastewater.

“It could be a big cost saving tool in the future, as well as a way for people to get rid of pollutants in their own backyard,” Johnson said, adding that it’s not clear how long it would take to fully use it.

The water treatment technology is used in more than 120 countries, according to the Water Technology Institute.

There are several technologies being developed to treat wastewater.

A purifier is one of those technologies.

A water purifying system uses water to make water from a chemical called chloramine, which can remove dissolved pollutants from water and water bodies.

The chloramine is used as a disinfectant in many water treatment systems, and is an alternative to the chlorine found in water filtration systems.

The process also produces purified water, which may be used for drinking and other uses.

A company called BioSciences Inc. in California is developing a water purifiers for industrial plants.

BioSco says it has tested the technology and said it is in the process of obtaining government approval for its technology.

BioScience also plans to build a facility in Canada that will convert wastewater into pure water, said spokesman Mark L. Smeets.

It would be a major leap forward for the technology, said Gary Zimba, vice president of water and wastewater for the American Water Works Association, a trade group.

He said the company will seek public-private partnerships to help bring this technology to the U.S. He added that BioSsciences is working with the U and other water utilities to build its technology to test it.

A team from the University of California, Berkeley, is developing the technology.

It is the first of its kind, said Dr. David J. DeYoung, a professor of environmental engineering at UC Berkeley.

The company says it is also working with other U. S. water utilities and is testing the technology in New Jersey and other states.

The California project is expected to be completed by the end of 2019, Johnson of the Water Technological Institute said.

BioSys, which has a contract with the California water utilities, has received $2 million from the California Public Utilities Commission to complete the project.

The first phase will include a plant in New York that will test and build the technology on site, according the company.

The remaining phases will take place in other states, Johnson and DeYoung said.

Johnson, a scientist, said he believes the water purify technology could reduce water use and pollution.

The U.K. and other countries are using the technology to clean up wastewater treatment facilities, but it is still a relatively new technology.

“If you want to get the technology going fast, there’s still a long way to go,” Johnson added.

“There are so many unknowns, and it’s still early days.”

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