Why use eWater Systems?
The technology behind eWater Systems is smart, safe and sustainable.
SMART: An eWater System is like having a factory on site, reducing the need for
traditional chemicals and typically paying its way in 3 years.
SAFE: eWater solutions are skin safe, involve little manual handling
and requires no special hazard storage.
SUSTAINABLE: eWater solutions produce no harmful residues that damage the
environment and has virtually no carbon footprint.
No gimmicks, no out-dated chemicals, just good clean science.
Between 2010 and 2013, revenues from sustainable products and services among sample companies grew by 91 percent, while overall company revenues grew by 15 percent.
The global industrial cleaning market is projected to reach approximately AUD$67.6 billion by 2020. This rise would represent a compound annual growth rate of 4.2 per cent between 2015 and 2020 as the market for industrial and institutional (I&I) cleaning chemicals was worth over AUD $52.8 billion in 2014.
An alarming article has been published by The Independent, which reveals how poisonous chemicals disposed in the sea is contaminating the fish we consume.
A cluster of Parkinson's disease has been discovered in north-west Victoria. The discovery "has sparked calls for urgent research into links with pesticides and other farming techniques".
Malcolm Turnbull has announced the creation of a $1 billion environmental sustainability fund, encouraging and financially stimulating new renewable energy ventures.
Electrolysed water has been tested and trialed by a number of scientists and impartial academic journals to determine the affects eWater may have on bacterial growth reduction on organic matter such as fruit, vegetables and fish.
According to the World Health Organization, the weed killer, glyphosate, used by councils across Australia "probably carcinogenic to humans".
A salmonella outbreak in Australia is responsible for affecting approximately 90 people coincided with a recent peer-review scientific study highlighting the efficacy of electrolyzed water on bacteria such as salmonella.
At the recent World Economic Forum, Leonardo DiCaprio announced that his charity will donate millions to environmental causes.
Charlie had a dream to create delicious, ethical chocolate. This dream materialized into Hunted + Gathered. The factory in Melbourne’s Cremone is where the magic happens - cacao beans are roasted then they are ground and melted down.
A recent article published in The Conversation raised the question of whether washing fruit was necessary or just a paranoid waste of time.
The talented Matt Stone, of Oakridge in the Yarra Valley is working with a heavy emphasis on utilizing the surrounding regional produce, establishing a substantial garden on-site to produce seasonal goods and a spring harvest, all of which embody a farm-to-plate philosophy.
Many love cheese. Some cant live without it. Matt Stele is one such individual. So it seemed natural that he took the next step and became a cheesemonger – establishing Cornelius Cheese, an online cheese store that delivers, specialising in providing the finest artisan cheese from Australia and the world.
Since the change in governmental leadership last year, dialogue involving environmental and innovative practices has opened and blossomed. It’s a positive shift because it acknowledges that sustainable practices and prosperity aren’t mutually exclusive.
We’re happy to announce the release of our own salt. eWater electrolyser salt is a premium quality organic salt that is halal and kosher certified.
The team here loves fish. But we are also becoming increasing alarmed about fish being caught unethically. Mark Eather is a fisherman based in Tasmania who uses a Japanese method called Iki-jime, a practice which involves individually line-catching fish.
Recognized as a bastion in the Australia’s culinary world, Tetsuya’s is synonymous with meticulous quality and an uncompromising quest for freshness. eWater passed...
There’s nothing worse than buying a gorgeous bunch of cut flowers only to have them wilt after just a few days. The same goes for fresh produce and premium seafood...
Neil Perry has opened a second Burger Project, located in Martin Place, Sydney.
The wagyu beef burger has been a delectable staple at his iconic Rockpool establishment.
Now with the second Burger Project, you can enjoy a relaxed beer and a burger...
The fact that many chemicals are toxic and potentially damaging to our health is not a foreign concept. But a recent study has revealed that chemical exposure could be even more detrimental...
“An essential tool for the team with economic and environmental benefits, that will undoubtedly assist in providing a more natural and environmental cleanliness here at Flemington...
“Every inhabitant of this planet must contemplate the day when this planet may no longer be habitable.” So proclaimed President Kennedy whilst addressing the United Nations. The formalisation of the UN Sustainable Development Goals...
Leading international law firm Ashurst has collaborated with eWater Systems on their new environmentally friendly Sydney office. Located in Martin Place the heritage-listed building has undergone a unique transformation, with Ashurst blending intelligent...
An eWater Systems ROX 10 is now flowing at the newly opened ezard at Levantine Hill. Head chef Sharn Greiner spoke optimistically about the recent inclusion of the eWater...
Premium waygu beef produced David Blackmore faces a serious bureaucratic regulatory bundle, which could see the end of his highly respected and authentic produce
Continuing our relationship with Australia’s aged care sector, eWater systems have recently been installed in the brand new five-star Australian Unity facility at...