eWater Systems is pleased to announce that we have been certified by HACCP International. This certification extends the growing list of accreditations for our electrolysis systems as an industry leading hygiene system and as a high performing technology within the food industry.
eWater Systems has been honoured by B Corp for the 2nd year in a row in their annual Best for the World list recognising the extraordinary work they are doing in creating a positive impact for the environment, workers and community.
Meet our new Business Development & Operations Advisor in Queensland, Julian Gibbs. With over 25 years of kitchen operations experience and first-hand experience with eWater at the ICC, Julian has extensive knowledge and experience to help your organisation.
A study by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has found that chemical products containing compounds refined from petroleum, like household cleaners, pesticides, paints and perfumes, now rival motor vehicle emissions as the top source of urban air pollution.
A recent listeria outbreak affecting Australia’s rockmelon industry has called into question the practices used to disinfect and sanitise our fresh produce. Find out how eWater stacks up and compares against the typical go to chemicals for cleaning and sanitising in the market.
A recent outbreak of Listeria monocytogenes (listeria), connected to rockmelon originating from a farm in NSW, has shown that there is a need for more effective treatment of bacteria on fruit and vegetables.
Listeriosis is of grave concern to the community and can be fatal, particularly to the elderly, pregnant women and those with weakened immune systems.
Electrolysed water has been demonstrated to be not only an effective sanitiser, particularly in regards to listeria, but its efficacy over other commercial sanitisers. eWater Systems has published a special report on the matter.
The Victorian Government is looking for community input on the reduction of plastic pollution. With these initatives also comes the opportunity for Victoria to lead in reducing our chemical footprint.
eWater proposed that the government make the reduction of chemicals a priority. This in turn will reduce plastic, pollution and carbon impacts. Using the technology of eWater Systems, there is no longer need for harmful chemicals for cleaning and sanitising. We hope to show policy makers that there is a more sustainable way to clean up our planet.
Proprietors Steve & Vonnie Frazer are delighted to be part of the #reducechemicals movement. "To be honest, we were a bit skeptical when introduced to eWater but it has been a great success" says Mr Frazer. "We are so happy to be rid of toxic chemicals and detergents along with their subsequent pollutants and negative health impacts. Our staff love it!"
Coca-Cola produces over 110 billion single-use plastic bottles a year, the equivalent of over 3,400 bottles per second. As one of the world’s biggest brands, Coke has the power to make a real change to the health of our oceans.