A year ago, Amazon released the Purify Water Challenge, an effort to create a more sustainable water supply.
The goal was to offer consumers the option of buying water that has been purified and recycled.
The first wave of purifiers was delivered in April, with the second wave arriving in July.
That was followed by the third wave in September.
The purifiers that were released in September were based on the new “PURIFY” technology that is being used by Amazon.
According to Amazon, the technology allows for a purification process that produces water that is 50 percent purer than water that was delivered by traditional methods.
Amazon’s Purify water program is being tested at more than 2,000 locations.
The first wave was delivered through a partnership with the US Postal Service, which partnered with Amazon to provide water delivery.
The second wave will be delivered through the Prime program, which allows Prime members to purchase water at no additional cost through Amazon.
PURIFIED WATER FOR FREE Amazon is the first major online retailer to offer free water for everyone to use.
Amazon is also one of the few retailers to offer water as a reward, though many other retailers are not offering water rewards.
For example, a new $10 credit that is currently available on the Walmart loyalty program is also available through Amazon’s program.