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By using solar water pumps to collect water from the sun, you can get a very efficient and cheap way to collect and purify your water, says Anand Prakash, the CEO of an energy efficiency firm called Aquatech.

That’s because the water you use goes through the pumps to a reservoir of water that you can draw off from the Sun’s rays.

The reservoir also contains waste water.

To make it work, Aquatech built a solar pump that has two electrodes, and a reservoir in which the water is stored.

When the solar pump is switched on, water from all the solar pumps on your home or business power your home’s water system.

That means the system will produce more water than it consumes.

Aquatech’s solar water pump is the cheapest and easiest way to tap the Sun for your water.

If you don’t want to pay for the solar water system, you could install a water filtration system in your home and filter your water through a filter on your roof.

But Prakas water purification systems can also be built from scratch.

For $150, he has built a new system using a solar micro-hydro pump and solar filters.

Prakasa says he has had no problems with the system.

It’s the same design as the solar-powered water purifying system he’s building.

Prahalab Das says he’s been using his Aquatech system for 10 years and is impressed with its efficiency.

He says the system costs $150.

It has a built-in micro-filtration system that cleans your water for up to 15 minutes.

Das says it’s good for a year and works well with any water.

He also uses the system to collect waste water from his kitchen.

Pramesh Das says his system works as well as a solar-driven water filter and the water filter he has is more efficient.

He’s got a system that purifies water for three hours and does a 10-minute run.

He doesn’t use a water purger, he says, because it takes too much energy.

Das has installed one system in his home, but it’s not very efficient.

The water he uses for the system goes through a water pump that’s connected to a solar filter.

Das is using the system for a second time.

“I was able to get a 15-minute filter for my home that worked well,” he says.

But it’s still not enough for Das.

He wants to install a third system that would collect all of his waste water and run it through a solar shower and solar washing machine.

Das does a lot of washing himself.

“In a year, I would get the same amount of water from my home as I would from a solar filtment system,” he said.

“It’s not a good solution.”