Water purifier costs $100,000 in Ohio

Water purifiers are coming to Ohio.

The new state law requires the sale of water purifiers that have a capacity of 50 gallons or less.

They have to be used for the purification of water for human consumption, but they also have to have a water purification unit that removes bacteria from the water.

The new law also requires the purifiers to have “an operating temperature of 40 degrees Fahrenheit or lower.”

A water purifying unit is required for each of the water purifyor models.

The company that sells the unit has to make sure the unit is “watertight, and meets all of the manufacturer’s specifications.”

The state of Ohio says it will buy 25 units of the new purifiers.

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources will purchase the remaining 40 units of units.