Water shortage ? BioOrg cleans without water!

Boom, Niel 07/25/2020

 

In the future, (drinking) water will become a scarce and precious commodity, so it is not wise to use this treasure for cleaning. And certainly not to pollute the water with chemicals (detergents, soaps, etc.). BioOrg provides unprecedented water savings in the cleaning process. We don’t just clean without water. We are also preventing further pollution of the already fragile aquatic environment.

A few weeks without rain quickly lead to drought fears in densely populated areas, and are policymakers talking about water cuts? Which taps will be closed soon? What does this mean for a water-intensive industrial and service sector such as the cleaning sector?

Drifting climate

Due to climate change and associated longer droughts, densely populated regions are extremely vulnerable to water shortages as they use more water than is available. The forecast for the future is that there will be 30 to 70 percent less rain. Long periods of drought will increasingly occur, especially in summer.

Drinking water is a luxury

We don’t realize that in everything we use water for, we are in fact using scarce and precious drinking water. It makes sense to use clean water for drinking, cooking and showering. But when we use this precious drinking water for other purposes, we may have questions.

Drinking water does not just come out of the tap by itself. Making water drinkable is a complicated, time-consuming and energy-consuming process. In many cases, water purification itself is harmful to the environment. Cleaning our water is more and more complicated due to fertilizers and substances from the chemical industry (cleaning products and drugs). This puts the quality of our drinking water under pressure. Pure drinking water is expected to become even rarer and more expensive in the future. All the reasons for dealing more consciously and sustainably with this precious substance.

“BioOrg provides unprecedented water savings in the cleaning process. We don’t just clean without water. We are also preventing further pollution of the already fragile aquatic environment. “

Water savings

Just using less saves water, but we also need to make sure that the water we use is as contaminated as possible. When we clean with water and chemicals, we make the environment twice as heavy. Once because we use (drinking) water for this, but we also put this very polluted water back into circulation. This in turn puts pressure on the environment, water purification and the production of drinking water.

Fortunately, our old friends clean without water! BioOrg is the new clean: visually clean and purify the air together, without water, without soap, without effort. Because bacteria clean more and better.

Peter - BioOrg
Peter - BioOrg

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