The EPA is rolling out a new device for filtering out 99.9% of all pollutants in your water supply, and you’re going to need it.
The EPA says the new filter is the largest in the world, and is being used by homeowners in more than 100 cities in North America.
It filters water to remove contaminants such as chemicals, metals, solvents and organic solids.
It’s being manufactured by an Oregon-based company called Oceanside, and will be available at home and commercial markets starting next month.
It works like this: When the filter is in use, it turns the water into a mixture of sodium chloride and chlorine.
The chlorine then reacts with the chlorine to form a chlorine dioxide.
When the water is flushed down the toilet, the solution turns into a pure white water.
The water in the toilet is still filtered by the filter, but the pure water is now the only thing that gets filtered out.
Oceanside claims the filter will be cheaper than a typical home water filter, which will cost $1,000 to $2,000.
And it will work well for people who live in colder climates, but it won’t work for everyone.
According to the EPA, it’s important to note that the filters are still working even when you’re not using them.
If the water isn’t completely flushed out, the water can still contain pollutants.
The filters will also last for up to four years.
But don’t let that stop you from trying it out.
You can download the new device and order one online now, or you can have one delivered to your door in the next few weeks.
Olympia Water is a Portland, Oregon-headquartered company that manufactures water filters for water treatment, sewage treatment, and drinking water systems.
Its filter will only filter out contaminants that are present in your wastewater, but not the waste from the water system itself.
This isn’t the first time that Oceansides new filter has been tested.
The company tested it on water systems in China and Russia, and said it has “proven that it is capable of filtering 99.98% of particulate matter, 99.99% of salts, and 99.94% of organic solid.”
Oceansiders filter the water to prevent bacteria from forming in the first place, and the company says it uses advanced filters that prevent the buildup of salts and other contaminants.
Oops, that’s a bit too much.
But you can read more about the filter and order it here.