The American Chemistry Council has updated its guide to water purification for 2016 to include a new category of products called “ecopure” toilets.
The products are intended to be used on wastewater treatment plants to reduce contaminants that can enter water treatment plants and cause illness.
The “ecopy” toilets are typically made of stainless steel, which is typically used in older, older toilets.
The new categories include toilet products that purify wastewater through a combination of mechanical, electrical, and chemical processes.
Some of these products have been marketed to be sold to wastewater treatment facilities for disinfection.
The products also include water filters that remove pollutants from water, such as carbon monoxide and methane.
In addition, the water filters are designed to collect the water from treated water.
The filter’s filter membrane is made of metal.
The filters also have the potential to reduce water contamination if they are properly installed.
The filters have been used in water treatment facilities since the 1950s and have been the basis of many products that are used for both water and wastewater purification.
The American Chemistry Board (ACB) says that all toilet products sold by major manufacturers have been tested for water and sanitation contamination.
ACB also says that “every product sold in the US must meet all water and sanitary standards.”
The ACB is not the only authority that has evaluated the products.
The EPA has also reviewed the products and has said that there are “no known risks” associated with using the products in wastewater treatment.