by The Independent article by Google News Bluebird Water Purifier makes Water clean with pure mineral water by purifying and disinfecting your water.
The company uses patented technology to remove mineral deposits and bacteria from the water.
A company spokesperson told The Independent the technology could be used to purify as much as 100 litres of water.
Pure Mineral water is available as a drinkable drink in supermarkets, restaurants and health food stores.
Its water purification is designed to remove the minerals and bacteria.
Bluebird says its water purifiers can purify up to 50 litres of purified water in one minute, making it the cleanest water purifying device on the market.
The water purizer uses a patented technology, which purifies water and removes bacteria from it.
Pure mineral water is also available in the UK as a drinking water product.
It is available in supermarkets and health foods stores.
It purifies up to 100 litres in one second.
The UK’s leading water purging company, Bluebird, has been selling its water-purification technology since 2012.
The technology is now available in over 20 UK supermarkets and restaurants, including the BBC.
Blue Bird’s water purifications are sold in over 30,000 supermarkets, including many UK supermarkets.
The Bluebird technology was designed by US company Bluebird Technologies.
It uses a proprietary technology to purifies and disinfects water, making the water cleaner than tap water.
BlueBird claims the technology is as effective as using a water filter, even when used as a disinfectant.
It also claims it is environmentally friendly, as it is made from recycled and reclaimed materials.
The BBC contacted Bluebird for comment, but did not receive a response by publication time.
Google has not commented on the water purificator.
In 2017, a report found that water purists in the US and Europe were using water puritans that contained toxic chemicals, such as arsenic, lead and mercury.
The report also said that consumers were being misled by products and claims, with some products including Bluebird’s water- purification devices, which claim to purifying water as clean as tap water, containing more harmful substances.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a statement in April 2018 saying that it is reviewing its regulatory guidance on the safe use of purified mineral waters.
Blue Birds Water Purifiers is one of several brands of purified minerals used to clean water.
Other companies have also been selling water purizers, including Blue Bird, which is selling water filtration systems in its UK and US stores.