Tech Crunch profiles ‘Puralytics’, a company that can purify water more efficiently than other methods – a welcome breakthrough in the fight against water related environental and health problems:
The Puralytics team invented and sells a nanotechnology-based, photochemical water purification system that, in comparison to other available systems, can purify water more quickly, remove more impurities from it, and requires less electricity to do so. With 15 percent of the world’s total estimated 6.5 billion population lacking freshwater enough to live a healthy life today, companies with promising water technology are in demand, and could help abate a global water and humanitarian crisis.
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