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Removal of Foodborne Pathogen Biofilms by Acidic Electrolysed Water

Removal of Foodborne Pathogen Biofilms by Acidic Electrolysed Water

Biofilm formation of foodborne pathogens on food processing surfaces is a major concern for the food industry. Controlling pathogen biofilm formation is hindered by their complex structures which limits the diffusion of sanitizers into the deepest layers of biofilms. In this study, the research team found that AEW had the ability to disrupt these structures and effectively eradicate foodborne biofilms.

What it means to be a B Corp business

What it means to be a B Corp business

At eWater Systems, we are committed to creating a better future through our mission to reduce the worlds chemical footprint. As part of this commitment, we are a proud certified B Corp business. Today, we are proud to announce that we have completed our recertification for another 2 years.

Shaun Presland to bring an eWater System to his latest venture in London

Shaun Presland to bring an eWater System to his latest venture in London

Shaun has been a strong advocate of eWater for years now, and we spoke with him recently about the move, and why he insisted on bringing an eWater System across with him for this latest restaurant, Pacific in London.

10 Ways to reduce food waste in your business

10 Ways to reduce food waste in your business

It is estimated that Australian businesses throw away more than 1 million tonnes of food waste every year and it is an issue that places a heavy toll on the environment, people and businesses bottom line. Read our 10 ways to reduce the problem in your business.

Leaving nothing to waste | Sydney businesses sign up to no plastics pledge

Leaving nothing to waste | Sydney businesses sign up to no plastics pledge

City of Sydney has launched a new business pledge that will dramatically reduce single-use plastics. Industry leaders from the hospitality, events and property sectors came together to sign up to the Sydney Single-use Pledge.

Oxford Academic published study finds electrolysed water effective against Salmonella bacteria

Oxford Academic published study finds electrolysed water effective against Salmonella bacteria

A recent study published by Oxford Academic in their Food Quality Journal reinforced both the benefits and efficacy of Electrolysed Water for sanitising fresh produce, demonstrating it to be a highly effective solution against Salmonella. Read the abstract here.

5 Reasons to use eWater for commercial cleaning

5 Reasons to use eWater for commercial cleaning

The eWater Hygiene Systems sets a benchmark for a cleaner, safer and more environmentally friendly future of commercial cleaning. Find out the five reasons you should be using eWater at your workplace.

Minimising your food safety risk: 12 months on from the Rock Melon Listeria outbreak

Minimising your food safety risk: 12 months on from the Rock Melon Listeria outbreak

12 months on from the Rock Melon Listeria outbreak in NSW that claimed seven lives, we reflect on the importance of implementing your own sanitising controls for fresh produce to mitigate your food safety risk and how eWater Sanitiser can be used in the process.

Urgent action required to tackle chemical pollution

Urgent action required to tackle chemical pollution

The second Global Chemicals Outlook released earlier this month has found that chemical production continues to grow at unprecedented levels with production projected to double over the next 10 years to 5 billion tonnes. The report highlights that urgent action is required to combat this growth with alternate circular business models along with greater awareness of how hazardous chemicals are released.

Profile | Dawn O'Neil

Profile | Dawn O'Neil

International Women’s Day is a day to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. Among many are inspiring leaders and change makers that have laid a road for others to follow. Dawn O’Neil is an example of one such inspiring leader that we are fortunate at eWater Systems to work with and learn from everyday.