WATER FACTS

   Women and children in Africa travel an average of five miles per day to find water.

 

   Women and children in India have to carry water into their homes. or have to watch the tap to wait for the water to flow  

 

      200 million working hours per day worldwide!!!

OUR INSPIRATION 1

 

Providing clean drinking water to the people of the world

 

 

 

Clean drinking water is an extremely important aspect of the development of countries and the health of the world's population. In 2025. World's population will be severely affected by their access to drinking water. Many countries will have difficulty in developing the country in the future. Children will not be able to grow up in good health. The agricultural system, the main food source for human beings, will be greatly affected.

 

At EcoloTech we constantly monitor the global water situation and question whether  how can we help solve the problems of our world? Therefore, we have invented and developed with scientists from around the world in order to create a sustainable drinking water system. To provide food and drinking security to disadvantaged countries around the world.  

 

Water situation in the world

 

     The amount of fresh water in the world  has only 0.007% fresh water per 6.5 billion people. The United Nations estimates by 2025, more than 3 billion people worldwide will face a lack of drinking water.  More than half have difficulty accessing fresh water, and 1 billion people live without water (water.org).

 

    Global warming due to pollution and deforestation affect raining natural cycle , which is the source of fresh water. Rain does not fall in season and is more likely to move into the sea. Or inefficient water storage management is causing fresh water to flow back to the sea.

 

    The water masses in the atmosphere is dense, but it does not rain. This is because the heat from the greenhouse effect pushes the atmospheric cold dew point even higher.  When the large amount of water vapor condenses into rain, big volume of rain will cause a big flood.

 

Water situation in Thailand

 

     Thailand has been experiencing drought for 3 consecutive years, which is the most affected area in the country is Khon Kaen

    People and hotels on the islands in Thailand lack fresh water.  Fresh water is obtained through the use of groundwater or the purchase of water from shore to supply tankers.

    Rainfall in Thailand has decreased by 0.3% per year (data from the Department of Water Resources).

• 2015 was the year that Thailand will experience the worst drought in 15 years.

Plastics are a material that permeates every part of human life today. In the United States alone, the plastics industry is worth $374 billion. meanwhile Plastics are causing a lot of environmental problems.

OUR INSPIRATION 2

 

Finding innovations to replace the use of plastic water bottles

 

 

 

Most people believes separation of waste and recycling is the best way to resolve the garbage problem in the environment. But in reality, recycling may not be the final answer to the solution.  

 

Recycling may be one of the endeavors, but not the most accurate method.  Because to keep consumption flows  means new source of materiel, new production, transportation etc., all of which consume energy.

 

Our concept :  Zero Waste Consumption

 

The best way to manage waste is consumption without waste. Zero waste consumption is the principal that bases on the consumption should not require many resources to produce and create waste. This is a new strategy of the city who wants to be driven by the power of the social base that will change the old ways to a new action that will change the attitudes and behaviors of consumers into cooperation

 

A soda bottle that takes only 7 minutes to drink, but leaves the bottle to decompose for 700 years.

 

Plastic bottles filled with drinking water or soft drinks are a huge waste in cities. Despite efforts to make new recyclable bottles. But the recycling process still pollutes the environment again.

 

Our concept aims to reduce waste from consumption to zero and spread it out for public awareness and awareness. and spread to other areas in the country and abroad

 

The idea has already taken shape in Germany.  and many other European countries Examples of waste-free consumption are:

 

http://www.1millionwomen.com.au/2014/06/10/the-first-waste-free-supermarket-set-to-open-in-berlin/

Supermarkets where unpackaged products

 

EcoloTech was founded to support a Zero waste consumption approach and is continuing to produce plastic water bottle waste reduction projects and reduce the use of natural resources.  Along with the company's activities for the environment

 

because that's our job