It’s one of the latest technology announcements from Sangoma Technology, a US-based company that specializes in water purifiers and water filters.
The company says it is a breakthrough technology for water purifying water, because it reduces the amount of CO2 produced by plants.
Sangoma has launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise money for the new technology.
The campaign has already raised over $100,000 for the project, according to the company.
It says the technology will be used to provide drinking water to tens of millions of people in Asia and Africa.
It also says it has a prototype in the works.
It is still early days, but the company says the prototype is already operating and that it will have an initial market launch next year.
It will be able to produce and sell its technology to businesses around the world.
Sangomag, an American company that sells its own water purifier, said in a statement it was proud to be part of Sangoma’s innovative water-purification technology platform.
Sangomas CEO and founder Mark Fuhrman said the company has been working on the technology for more than 10 years and that the project was an important milestone.
“We are excited to be one of many water purifyers that are launching in the market, especially when it comes to water security and water quality,” Fuhreman said.
The Sangoma water puritains filter system can be installed by a home or business.
Fuhrer said the system would allow homeowners and businesses to collect and store clean water from their homes.
The system uses a patented design that can process more than 200,000 gallons of water a day.
The water is purified through a complex process that involves a process called methanol reclamation.
It takes about three days to complete, according the company, which says it can clean up to 500,000 pounds of CO 2 from a home in an average day.
It was founded in 2003 and has since grown to include a team of more than 100 employees.
Sangoms founder and CEO Mark Fuzeman says the company is also working on water filters and water purifications.
Fuzemark said the new product will be available in the first half of 2020.
He said the technology has been tested by the US Army, and the technology is safe and efficient.
He noted that Sangoma also developed the technology, which was used by other companies, including the US Navy and the US Environmental Protection Agency.
Fuseem said the Sangoma technology has already been tested in the field by the military, and has passed all regulatory requirements.