Applications

Extending the shelf life of fresh herbs

Extending the shelf life of fresh herbs

In a recent study by a team from the University of Tasmania, electrolysed oxidising water (eWater Sanitiser) and CO2 were evaluated as innovative post-harvest treatments to prolong shelf-life of fresh herb leaves. The results of the study demonstrated the potential of the solution as a sanitiser for fresh herbs and extend shelf life.

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.

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.

Learn: 10 of our most asked questions

Learn: 10 of our most asked questions

As a new technology to a lot of people, we spend a lot of time out and about sharing our knowledge with customers to ensure they have the support they need to get the most from their systems. Over the coming months we will be building out a dedicated digital platform to enable us to better share all of this information along with customer stories and enable self-support. Look out for updates on this as we bring it to life. In the meantime, we thought it would be worthwhile to share a couple of our VFAQS.