Reducing Our Chemical Footprint
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A new peer-reviewed study conducted by UK academic journal Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology has studied how particular endocrine-disrupting chemicals interfere with the function hormones.
An absolute advocate for eliminating chemicals near food, Shannon Bennett continues his commitment to eWater with a stand alone unit installed at the recently opened Benny Burger at Sydney airport.
An eWater Standalone System has been steadily flowing at Google Australian Headquarters in Sydney. After speaking with Executive Chef, Adrian Schembri, it appears eWater is as happy to be there as Google are using it.
The Victorian Government has called an inquiry into plastic consumption and plastic pollution. There will be a seven-day period where public consultation will play a potentially pivotal role in positively altering policy.
Last year leading international law firm Ashurst collaborated with eWater Systems on their new environmentally friendly Sydney office. Kate Marcus, Executive Chef at Ashurst is cheerfully enthusiastic about using eWater a year after installation
Longtime environmental advocate and United Nations Ambassador of Peace, Leonardo DiCaprio will star in the documentary Before the Flood, a rousing call to action that aims to galvanize viewers to do whatever it takes to save the planet.
The issue of ethical fishing is becoming increasing concerning with large trawlers unnecessarily wasting significant potions of the daily catch. Michelin-star chef Dan Barber presents a unique solution with a engrossing anecdote.
ABC Catalyst piece focused on the ubiquitous presence of chemicals in our everyday existence and one of the most concerning revelations was the impact particular chemicals have on our endocrine system.