The machine in the photo above is called the Icee Machine.
It’s one of many machines that have popped up over the past few years that promise to make cleaning up your office environment easier.
These machines work by capturing a tiny amount of CO2 and using it to create an aerosol spray that can be used to clean up old computers and other machinery.
The machine can be set up to run continuously, and it can do all of the clean up you’d expect a machine to do.
The Icee machine’s makers, Icee, claim that the machine’s use of the CO2 is not harmful to the environment.
But a recent report by the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) found that the machines can also be dangerous for workers.
It concluded that there was insufficient evidence to establish the machine was safe.
The study found that CO2 captured in the machines could potentially cause a range of health issues, including respiratory diseases, heart disease, and even death.
To get the machine going, Iceé needed a few things: The machines are made by a company called AltaVista, which is based in Switzerland.
It uses the same technology as the ones that are in many other businesses, including those in airports and hotels.
Alta-Vista’s machines capture CO2 at various levels and then spray it on surfaces and surfaces on top of it to release CO2.
A company called Oscilloscope has been testing different ways of capturing CO2 to create aerosols that are smaller and easier to collect, and they’ve created the CO 2 machines that Icee and Oscilloscopic hope to make.
But Oscilloscope’s machines are expensive.
And unlike the Icees, they don’t come with an instruction manual.
You need to purchase the machine, buy the spray, and then buy a refill kit.
But the refill kit costs about $10.
Altsvista’s equipment costs $5 to $10 per hour.
Icee’s machine, which uses less CO2, is $25 to $50 per hour and costs $100 per hour, depending on the size of the machine.
The machines have become more popular since they were first introduced.
They are also relatively cheap.
And they have a longer shelf life than the machines used by Altsvale’s machines.
That’s because the machines store the CO-based aerosol for longer, according to the International Machine Cleanup Association, which has worked with companies like Icee.
The industry has also been growing in popularity.
A lot of companies are starting to offer these machines as an option to clean offices.
So far, the machines are popular, but they’re not as popular as they once were.
The first commercial machine was installed in the U.K. in 2012.
And in the last year, more than 20 other companies have opened up their own machines to take their business to the next level.