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Green Cleaning Technology

2019.06.10

How many times per day do you wash your hands? Not many of us could give a precise answer to this question, and that’s only normal. We live in a world where soap-washing our hands or dishes is one of the most ubiquitous and mundane things imaginable, but that hasn’t always been the case.

The use of cleaning products has skyrocketed during the later part of the 20th and 21st century, and while this has helped curb the spread of disease and contributed to the increase in basic life expectancy, chemical overuse has also presented us with a number of unique challenges. All kinds of dishwashers, detergents, antibacterial soaps, hand-sanitisers, and cleaning acids are now a permanent fixture of our homes and workplaces. To live without the benefits of such cleaning chemicals is unthinkable, but their buildup has shown to be harmful not only to viruses and unwanted bacteria, but also to our environment and even our own bodies.

The widespread use of antibacterial cleaning products also contributes to the rise of Antibiotic-resistant bacteria*, colloquially known as superbugs, which are shaping up to be one of the most significant health problems of our time. However, while many today focus on sustainable energy, there’s not that much buzz around the notion of sustainable cleanliness. Our Green Cleaning Technology endeavours to change that.

DG TAKANO is in the process of developing a product that not only provides all the standard benefits associated with soaps, detergents, and other cleaning supplies, but also improves efficiency with no negative impact on the environment or the human body. In other words - a product that does for sanitation what the Bubble90 has done for water-saving. As chief researcher, Sonia Muradia, Ph.D., explains, “We are working with a green super-oxidant that is much more potent than existing chemicals on the sanitation market. It is completely safe and has no negative effects on our environment or on the human body.”

We will soon reveal more information about our Green Cleaning Technology as the development process nears completion. Stay tuned! *Antibiotic-resistant bacteria

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