The Irish News article A company called CITO, which is based in Beijing, has developed an automated water treatment and treatment system.
The system uses hydrogen, which the company says has a low boiling point, which makes it easy to convert water into CO2.
The company has developed the technology by integrating a pump with a device that converts water into hydrogen, and a compressor, which converts hydrogen to steam.
The machine can use up to two liters of water a minute, according to CITo, which claims it can capture up to 100 tonnes of CO2 per year.
The process is “an eco-friendly, safe and economical way to produce a green alternative to water-intensive industrial processes”, according to the company.
The technology could also be used to produce electricity, the company said in a statement.
The device is currently being tested in China.
CITOs work with some of the world’s largest water companies, including EDF and Tepco, to bring water from a dam into the country.
The water, which would otherwise have to be pumped into the sea, is then pumped out through a series of pipes that would otherwise need to be cleaned and treated.
The companies say the process is also environmentally friendly.
The Irish Energy Report reported in November that a new device called a water purifier was being tested at the Shanghai Waterfront Dam.
The product is being marketed by the Shanghai Aquatic Park and the Shanghai-based CITCO.