A new air purifying device has been unveiled by a Canadian company.
It is the first of its kind to purify air that is coming out of a PC, which is one of the most common ways to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
It’s an important step toward the elimination of CO2 pollution that is the main reason why climate change is happening.
The device is a $100,000 (£75,000) air purification device, which uses a small air filter to collect CO2 and filter it out.
The filter is powered by a micro-controller.
It works with a small amount of power, which means that the device has a small, compact size.
The air purifiers uses the power of a power adapter that plugs into the power port on the front of the device.
It can use up to 30W of power.
The device is not a “clean” air purger, according to a company that makes the device, PureTech, which says it will be available in the second half of 2018.
It has two distinct modes: The first mode purifies air using a “soda” filter.
This is a thin filter that is filled with water to reduce carbon dioxide levels, then it filters out the water.
The second mode uses a more powerful filter with a more complicated filtration process.
In this mode, the filter can purify CO2 from the air, but not carbon dioxide that is left in the air.
The filter is designed to take water and heat it to between 70 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit (25 to 35 degrees Celsius), which can then be used to purifying air.
The machine is powered with a battery and the power can be switched off if you don’t need it.
A similar device, called the CarbonFlow, was launched by the same company, but it uses a water filter and a cooling system that is designed for a higher temperature, according TOAQ’s website.
The company is also developing a second model of the carbon filter, which has the capacity to purge carbon dioxide at a much higher temperature.
The devices’ power consumption is comparable to a “gas-fired” gas burner.
The new device comes at a time when the cost of electricity in many countries is falling.
It comes on the heels of a new government-backed carbon price plan that is expected to be introduced in 2018.
The plan calls for the price of electricity to rise to $60 per tonne by 2025, and the amount of CO 2 emitted by electricity to be cut by half by 2030.
The cost of CO, however, will continue to rise.