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Recode/The Verge is excited to announce that the world’s first water purification system that purifies your water is set to roll out in Houston, Texas.
The water purifiers, which use water that’s been filtered by the tap, are expected to be available by the end of the year.
The system was developed by Houston-based startup Water Purify, which will now sell the devices to the public.
In a statement to Recode, the company said it plans to introduce the system in the coming weeks.
The company said the company received a number of inquiries from customers who had problems with their water purifying devices.
Users with water purify systems are urged to use them until the system is ready to use.
The companies founders, Michael and Mark Siegel, have already sold more than 50,000 water purifies worldwide, according to their website.
The devices use a specially designed water-repellent material to filter the water before it passes through a filter and purifies it.
The purifiers are not just for drinking water.
The device can also be used for washing dishes and for washing cars, as well as to help clean up the environment.
“It’s a small device, and if you take it apart, it looks like a large metal box,” Michael Siegel said.
The two founders are not the first to try and create a water purifications device.
The German startup, Watsi, has a similar system in place, which is used to purify water and has a price tag of about $100,000.
The Siegel brothers plan to launch a water filter system that can purify 50 gallons of water a day.
Recode has reached out to Water Purifier for comment.