Reducing Our Chemical Footprint
eWater Systems provide highly effective, economical and sustainable
solutions for food safety
We’ve known for years that eWater Systems have been saving our clients money, and stopping packaged chemicals from polluting their produce, and our environment. A new study conducted by RMIT University has further validated these facts.
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.
The rebuild of Frank van Haandel’s iconic Stokehouse aims to be the most sustainable restaurant in Australia. Designed by Robert Simeoni Architects, the building will be unprecedented as the first Design and Built 5 Star Green star building of its type.
The soon to be completed Bendigo Hospital development has installed an eWater System with multi outlets throughout its main kitchen for use in surface and equipment cleaning, food preparation and hand washing.
The recently finished STREAT Headquarters, designed by Six Degrees Architects, will act as a training academy for disadvantaged young people to gain experience and skills across a range of hospitality sectors.
Emmy Monash Aged Care aims to deliver high quality residential care to the Jewish community in Melbourne. An emphasis has been placed on environmental sustainability and the cleverly designed space by Bates Smart has integrated a fully reticulated eWater System.
Since it’s inception, ChemSec argued in favour of tighter controls on chemicals and has actively pressed for stricter chemical regulation in the EU, publishing analyses which contradicted industry estimates of the economic impact of chemical legislation.
The Chemical Footprint Project has seen companies like Levi Strauss & Co., Walmart, and Johnson & Johnson participating in a first-of-its-kind effort to publicly benchmark corporate chemical management.