New Zealand has just introduced a new air purification system, called the “Naturefresh Air Purification System” (NAAPS).
The system consists of two devices: a filter, and a compressor that uses air to purify the air.
The filter is a filter that filters the air through a filter in the back of the tank.
The compressor is a compressor in the front of the truck that uses an air purifying fluid to purifies the air for the filter and the compressor.
The Air Purifying System uses a high-tech air purging system.
This technology is known as bio-pulmonary flow technology.
In bio-purification technology, anaerobic bacteria produce oxygen, carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, and other waste products that are then released into the air by the air filter.
Aerosol condensation, which is the breakdown of air by oxygen, occurs when the air in the tank is compressed and forced against the filter, which then creates more oxygen.
In addition to purifying the air, the NAAPS system uses anaerobics and aerodynamic principles to help control the pressure of the air and keep the filter in good shape.
The EPA says that the NAAPS system has been approved by the New Zealand Environmental Protection Agency (NZEPA) and the Environment Agency (EPA).
“The NAAPS air purifiers use a new, high-technology air puring system,” a spokesperson for NZEPA said in a statement.
“It is also an environmentally friendly technology that helps to protect the environment.”
The NAAPs are manufactured by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, and are being tested by the Department of Primary Industries.
The EPA says they are expected to be fully operational in 2020. Read more: