Purified water purifiers in South Africa: the story of an Indian startup

Purified Water, a South African startup that sells a clean water purification machine for around $300,000, is one of the hottest Indian startups, according to a report.

The company has raised more than $30 million, according a report from CNBC.

The company, which also has a presence in India, was founded in February 2017 by Arvind Yadav and Jitender Yadav.

Yadav and Yadav are the co-founders of Purify, which purifies water at a cost of less than $5 a liter and has been operating since March 2017.

The Purify machine is powered by a water purifying device, called the BSPB-B.

This is a device that takes water and distributes it in a water-filled plastic bottle.

The device has a diameter of about 3 millimeters.

This means that it can be easily removed and reused.

The BSPC-B can be used to clean up dirty water in a variety of ways, including by cleaning pipes, disinfecting the water, or treating wastewater.

Yadalav said that while the BCPB-T is a much bigger device than the B SPB-A, it can perform the same functions.

However, the B CPB-C does not have the same level of power as the B.P.S.

B-5, Yadav said.

Yada said the BMPB-G is a more powerful device, which has been used for cleaning up wastewater from the sewage system.

Yadav added that the B-CPB, which is currently in the prototype stage, has the potential to be more efficient and can clean up wastewater faster.

In the future, the Purify could be used for disinfection of wastewater and to treat wastewater from industrial processes.

It could also be used in conjunction with a wastewater treatment plant.

The startup plans to start commercial production of the BHP-B on January 2018, but its initial focus is on manufacturing the Purified Watersheep water purifications device, Yadavan said.

He added that while it was difficult to reach a final product, the technology has already been proven to be a useful solution.

The technology will be available in India by the end of 2019, he said.