Our mission is to help save the world's water reserves
Urbanization and current methods of energy production, plastics left in the nature and excessive amounts of organic waste are challenging our ability to maintain this planet in conditions suitable for living. We are rapidly endangering the availability of clean water for the future generations. The oceans soon contain more plactic waste than fish. The rapid and unmanaged urbanization, uncontolled waste managment and illegal landfills release toxic waste, heavy metals and medical substances to the soil, and ultimately to the ground waters.
We search for new scalable innovations
Adequate sanitation is one of the basic human rights but still about forty percent of the world's population, 2.5 billion people, lack adequate sanitation facilities. The consequences can be devastating for human health as well as the environment. Sanitation is the effective use of tools and actions that keep our environment healthy, starting from simple pit latrines to waste management.
We target areas in need of sustainable development
Municipal solid waste (MSW) is the most undervalued energy resource in the world. Organic waste useful for energy production is still being dumped into landfills in many parts of the world. Biowaste is a significant source for the green house gas methane, that accelerates global warming. Soil security is threatened by chemicals used in conventional agriculture, which can eventually lead to infertile land incapable of supporting agricultural activities. In addition, food grown within toxic soil can become contaminated itself, impacting the health of every person that consumes it. Deforestation that contributes to toxic soil is also tied to climate change, which can impact the local and global weather and atmospheric conditions.