Faucets are expensive, but Kenzan’s water purifiers are just a fraction of the cost of comparable products from competing brands, including $1.10 per gallon, according to research from eMarketer.
The company, which sells its filters in Japan and Australia, said its products are more environmentally friendly than others and they last longer.
Kenzan is also the only water purification company to have an online store, where customers can compare prices and compare brands.
But for a new product from a company in a different part of the world, it is a gamble.
If you’re going to do this in Japan, it’s going to be a challenge to find a company that’s doing this in Australia,” said Eunji Yamanaka, head of Kenzan Japan.
Mr Yamanakas team has built its product from scratch in Japan.
Its water purifying equipment is powered by a lithium-ion battery and has a maximum capacity of 5,000 liters, which is enough to run a 1,000-litre water tank.
Its water filtration system is also water-powered.
A Kenzan product from 2015 can purify a standard 1,300 litres of water, according, with a typical household using 3,000 litres a year.
To put that in perspective, it takes a whopping 14,000 kilowatt-hours of electricity to power a single home.
It will take more than 10 years to produce the same amount of water at the same cost, according Mr Yamanaks research.
He said it would take more time to produce a similar amount of energy from renewable sources.
However, there is still the issue of the batteries. “
If we can do this with a water-based device, we can also do it with other energy-related products,” he said.
However, there is still the issue of the batteries.
Water purification devices are not batteries, but they store energy and are also designed to provide water to people’s taps.
Currently, water purifications are only available through tap water, but Mr Ymanaka said he would be willing to develop a system that can use renewable energy sources, such as solar panels.
With the increasing cost of water purging, the competition in Japan has been intense.
Last year, Japan was ranked as the world’s most expensive country for clean energy, with average household energy consumption exceeding that of the US, the European Union and China.
Energy savings from Kenzan has also become an issue.
In Japan, Kenzan said it is investing more in its water filters and that it is planning to expand into other markets.
At the moment, it has a plant in Australia and plans to expand that to other countries in the future.
We’re also looking at expanding our manufacturing capacity to other areas, such the Asia Pacific, and we are hoping to open a factory in South Korea, he said in an interview.
Japan is also looking to get into other industries in the near future, including automotive.
According to Kenzan, the plant in Melbourne will produce solar panels and water purifyers.
This plant is expected to start production by the end of the year.
The company said it was not able to give a timeline for its first factory in Australia, but it was expected to have a plant by 2020.
Fountain-fed water is a key technology that is being tested in Kenzan systems.
When it was announced in 2016, it said its water purificators would cost $1 per litre.
By 2020, the price would be about $1 and by 2021, it would be $1 an ounce.
Now the company is looking to increase its prices.
Although the technology is not yet commercialised, Kenzans technology is in line with the Australian government’s renewable energy targets, which aim to achieve 100 per cent renewable energy by 2030.
As part of its plan to meet the targets, the government announced that all businesses would be required to install solar panels in their buildings by 2021.
That included businesses that have an installed solar capacity of 50,000 square metres or more.
And it added that businesses could use solar energy to meet their energy demand by purchasing energy storage from Kenzan.
So, in 2020, if you own a home with a solar array, you can expect to pay an extra $1 a year for water purIFICATION.
One of the benefits of the water purified water is that it will help reduce the amount of CO2 emitted by the burning of fossil fuels, according Kenzan.
Furthermore, it can help reduce consumption of other pollutants such as carbon monoxide and hydrogen sulphide, according the company.