Award-winning Swedish sustain-tech company discusses the importance of technological solitons to combat water scarcity at Expo 2020
Wayout International brought the latest in digitized eco-friendly water systems at Expo 2020’s Swedish Pavilion to demonstrate how clean technology is being applied to support communities.
A single Wayout system can supply 3,000 people with clean and safe daily drinking and cooking water with zero by-product, while helping to eliminate the use of approximately 6.5mn plastic bottles and prevent the release of 536 MT of carbon dioxide emissions yearly.
The ‘smart’ system stores data on water purity in a digital chip and communicates essential information and consumption data to the user and operator, allowing users to monitor their water drinking habits and the purity of the water consumed.
By installing Wayout’s digitized eco-friendly water systems, including its Smart Pods and Kegs, consumers will transform the area’s water supply and provide a more eco-friendly, smart, and healthier offering for residents in a city that pioneers in sustainable urban development.
The discussions will be led by renowned experts and personalities including ocean explorer and world record free diver William Winram, Wayout’s Founder and Creative Director; Martin Renck, and Executive Director, Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing, Yousuf Lootah, among others.
“Through our discussions in water week, we aim to bring together the heads of innovation to spark a conversation on the importance of innovation for sustainable water solutions commented Renck. Wayout provides innovative, minimal eco-footprint water systems that distribute scientifically perfected, safe drinking water locally across many markets. The company works to challenge water scarcity through affordable sustain-tech solutions that provide access to 100 percent locally sourced, pure and safe drinking water for schools, corporations, home use, hotels and restaurants, a press communique concluded.