A group of New World supermarkets have abandoned the use of plastic wrapping for virtually all of their fruit and vegetables in a project labelled 'food in the nude'. Pioneered by the New World store at Bishopdale in Christchurch, it has led to stunning sales figures.
‘That Sounds to good to be true’. This is a statement we hear all the time when we start talking about eWater. We love hearing it, as it really hits home to us the impact eWater can make to our customers and in turn to their customers. Find out how it all works in this article.
A recent study published by Oxford Academic validates the effectiveness of using acidic electrolysed water as a fresh produce sanitiser. The results provide a clear indicator that eWater provides an environmentally friendly sanitizer for fresh-cut food industry to prolong red cabbage shelf life and to reduce contamination of vegetables and fruits.
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.
Food Safety is a core part of our DNA at eWater Systems. Australian Food Safety Week offers an opportunity to share how eWater Technology is providing our customers with confidence when it comes to producing safe food for their customers. ~ New Research validates the effectiveness of eWater to remove biofilms ~ HACCP certification supports food safety planning
The Sustainable Melbourne Fund was established by the Melbourne City Council in 2002 with a mission to support businesses wishing to invest in projects that deliver an environmental benefit to buildings across the city. Find out how an Environmental Upgrade Finance may help investment in sustainable solutions for your business.
eWater Systems is often specified to meet the green cleaning protocols within the various building standards including Greenstar, WELL or LEED. Read more about how specifiers are using eWater to contribute towards WELL.
Following the landmark trial against Monsanto’s weed killer Roundup, questions around the dangers of agricultural chemicals have been reported across the world. Find out how electrolysed Water offers a highly effective natural solution to this problem.
This month an ambitious project to rid our oceans of plastics by 2050 moved into full operation in the Great Pacific Garage Patch. The vision of one young man, Boyan Slat has brought together environmentalism, entrepreneurism and technology. Read more about The Ocean CleanUp, and their bold plans for the future.
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.
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.