The Ellen MacArthur Foundation has been working with the World Economic Forum in creating ‘The New Plastics Economy’, the first report of its kind to tackle recycling and reuse of plastic packaging. The report, which applies circular-economy principles could undoubtedly reshape the material’s economy.
The Washoku World Challenge (WWC) is an annual contest for Japanese cooking hosted by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan. We are happy to announce that eWater advocate and Japanese masterchef wunderkind Shaun Presland was award second place at the 2016 Washoku World Challenge.
The 5-star aged care facility Mark Moran Vaucluse, in eastern Sydney in is something of an anomaly. An eWater unit will ultimately reduce the overall carbon imprint and chemical footprint of the facility, in additional to providing safer living conditions for members & visitors.
Toxins have been detected at more than 300 times the recommended safe levels in ground and surface water at numerous Defence sites across Australia. There have been ongoing concerns over potential water contamination containing suspected carcinogens in close proximity of several Defence sites.
As the costs to society and retailers bottom lines grow, organisations and businesses have the power and moral responsibility to eliminate and safely substitute toxic chemicals, and their customers and clients expect as much more than ever.
Matt Moran's flagship Sydney restaurant Aria, located in one of Sydney Harbours best locations, has reopened after its most dramatic transformation since launching in 1999, and eWater is proud to be featured in their kitchen.