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|Wednesday, July 14, 2010|
Beaverton company Puralytics Inc.'s new water purifier is the size of a desktop computer tower, yet can filter up to 500 gallons of water per day.
The new technology uses ultraviolet light instead of chemicals or filters, and sells for $8,000.
Read more at OregonLive.com.
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