Water and
an inseparable union


Why is water so precious?

No form of life is possible without water: this is why it is such a valuable resource and the problems linked to its scarcity affect more than 45% of the world’s population. Changes in hygiene habits and increasing urbanization are critical factors that predict that in the not too distant future, cases of water stress will be greatly increased.
It is therefore necessary that each of us take an active part in the policies of water sustainability, offering our own contribution to a respectful management of the resource, be it at a domestic, industrial or agricultural level.

Water sustainability –
an advantage for companies

The measurement of the water footprint and the development of systems and practices for its subsequent sustainable management enables the companies to gain a competitive advantage in those markets that “reward” companies for their concrete commitment to the environment and society. The advantages include the creation of a community of consumers in tune with the values practiced by companies that adopt such policies. This has contributed significantly to the increase in interest in innovative indicators such as “virtual water” or “water footprint”.

What is a
Water footprint?

A water footprint is the total amount of fresh water used to produce a good or service, considering the availability of water in countries where it is used. The impact, in fact, depends not only on the volumes of water used or polluted but also on where and when the water is extracted: if it comes from a place where water reserves are already scarce, the consequences will be significant and require immediate action.

Everything we eat and buy requires a certain amount of water, often “invisible”. Water footprint calculates the water quantity we are unaware of consuming. For some time now, there has been a proposal to indicate the water footprint of each product, as is done with CO2.

Circular economy in our DNA

We believe that looking to a world increasingly inspired by the principles of a circular economy can guarantee us multiple advantages, including a reduction in pressure on the environment, optimization of the use of raw materials and therefore an inevitable boost to innovation and economic growth. We are committed to ensuring that nothing that works is “thrown away”, but rather “recycled”.

Recycle of used batteries

By reusing part of the materials needed to produce our catalyst from used batteries, we are not only able to keep production costs down, but we are also allowing waste to become a product once again that actually contributes to environmental protection.

Energy saving

Our systems require very little electricity if we compare them with those built using the most common technologies; the percentage saving is between 50% and 70%.

Adaptability to pre-existing installations

The machines built thanks to the application of our technology integrate perfectly with any pre-existing plant: an old plant can return to work or increase its treatment capacity instead of being dismantled.

The modularity of our machines

We wanted our machines to be “modular” so that they can grow together with the company that uses them or adapt perfectly to the flexibility of some types of production.