The United States could soon be selling purified water purification stone-like products like the ones pictured, which have been sold in countries around the world.
The stones, which can be purchased at a number of specialty water purifiers, have been found to be highly effective in purifying water sources, especially water from sources such as wells, in areas where pollution has been low.
Water purification tools are commonly used in other industries as well, and some countries, including the United Kingdom, Germany and France, have begun selling them to the public.
But water purifier makers are now hoping that their new product line will be adopted by consumers in the U.S.
As the U of A professor of chemical engineering, Andrew Maitland, has pointed out, the water purifications in the products are not very different from the products that are being used by businesses such as hospitals and schools.
The U.K. Water Board, for instance, has approved a number products that purify water in a similar manner to the one pictured.
It has also made the decision to buy several more water purificators.
In Europe, some companies have already started to sell water purified products.
The Austrian company Aksor already sells purification tablets and the Czech company Apsor already has a water purIFICATOR.
And, according to the U, the Czech Republic already sells a water treatment product that purifies water, as well.
In the U., water purifiators are more expensive, but that could change as a result of the increased demand for water in the coming years.
The water purifies, for example, by reacting with carbon dioxide.
The carbon dioxide is then used to purify the water, which could be used to make bottled water.