Reducing Our Chemical Footprint
eWater Systems provide highly effective, economical and sustainable
solutions for food safety
According to the Australian Institute of Food Safety, in Australia there are around 5.4 million cases of food poisoning each year resulting in an average of 120 deaths. Scientific case studies and subsequent research papers have asserted that “electrolysed water is highly effective in reducing or eliminating foodborne pathogens on kitchen boards and various food products, such as fish, poultry, fruits and vegetables, on which it reduced populations of pathogens to undetectable levels”.
In October 2015, England introduced a 5p (8c AUD) tax on plastic bags part of a government scheme to reduce litter and positively impact the environment. Six months later, plastic bag usage has dropped by around 80% and remains static.
Matt Stone, the talented young gun behind Oakridge Wines Restaurant, continues to innovate and impress with the publication of his new book The Natural Cook: Maximum Taste, Zero Waste
A salmonella outbreak in Northern Territory has affected approximately 80 people around Australia. A published peer-review scientific study has previously highlighted the efficacy of electrolyzed water in preventing salmonella contamination on produce.
Science Minister Greg Hunt has emphatically instructed the CSIRO to concentrate on reviving climate research. The new strategy puts the focus back on climate science and includes 15 new climate science jobs and research investment worth $37 million over 10 years.
The Guardian Green Chemistry Conference in NYC will discuss the current state of the green chemistry industry and share ideas for increasing its innovations and widespread adoption.
West Coast Institute of Technology (WCIT) is the leading hospitality training college in WA. With a strong emphasis on innovative sustainable practices and effective food safety, WCIT have thoroughly imbedded eWater Systems into their teaching curriculum.
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.