Pure Water, a California-based startup, has teamed up with nature conservation group Pure Nature and the University of California at Santa Cruz to create a series of natural, non-toxic, low-carbon water purifiers that purify drinking water at home.
The project aims to turn a household’s tap water into a microcosm of the planet.
With a few simple steps, you’ll turn water into pure water.
And you’ll never need to worry about whether your tap water is contaminated with dangerous pathogens or other contaminants.
It’s a simple and safe way to make water pure, which will reduce your exposure to harmful chemicals and pollutants.
You’ll only need to drink water for one day every month, which is enough time to make it clean.
The Pure Water system includes a simple, eco-friendly design that comes in two versions: a basic version and a water purifier version.
The basic model includes an 8-quart container, while the water purification system comes with two containers, one for the basic version, and one for a water-purification version.
You can choose the version you want and add it to your existing water tank, but if you do choose to add a water filter, you can also buy a pre-made version that has an included filter.
The water purifying system is simple, and you can buy it in three colors: white, blue, and green.
It includes a filter and an instruction manual, and costs $299.
It also includes an in-depth manual for the Pure Water Purifier, which explains the technology and uses a video guide.