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Here it is! The revolutionary machinery produced by the Eco Wizz company capable of transform waste into water which has been talked about so much in recent weeks and which could bring significant benefits to the environment and the economy.
Before dedicating an article to this product, rather than resume the meager press releases, we have better informed you about the functioning of this new technology to verify if the dream of transforming waste into water could actually become reality.
The technology patented by Eco-Wiz, a company founded in Singapore in 2010, is based on the action of microorganisms and enzymes capable of accelerating the decomposition of waste, while at the same time eliminating unpleasant odors.
This mix of microorganisms has been patented by Eco-Wiz under the name of Bio-Helper® and has obtained the Bio-Safety Level 1 classification which guarantees safety for humans and animals.
So here is the scheme of process of transforming waste into water as represented by Eco-Wiz:
The technology was born with the aim of allowing considerable savings to Korean companies that have to pay a tax based on the weight of the waste produced. With the Eco-Wiz machinery, 70% of the weight of the waste is transformed into water that is sufficiently clean to be used for cleaning floors or watering plants. Once the purchase cost has been absorbed, the savings for a company can be substantial.
The Eco-Wiz's machinery for transforming waste into water is already on the market and available in 5 models capable of processing from 100 to 1,000 kg of waste per day.
Renee Mison, the 48-year-old entrepreneur who invested in this technology, interviewed by the Jakarta Globe, has already hired 40 employees in Eco-Wiz, including engineers, researchers, production, marketing and sales staff.
To increase the effectiveness of the decomposition process, the Bio-Helper® will be created with bacteria dedicated to the decomposition of a particular type of waste, so as to create versions of the machinery suitable for supermarkets or schools.
The goal will then be to produce a machine that is also suitable for families, optimizing efficiency and reducing costs.