Developments Magazine highlights Crystal Lagoons’ revolution9 October, 2014 / News
The American tourism and hospitality industry magazine “Developments Magazine”, published by the influential American Resort Association’s (ARDA), emphasizes the revolution that Crystal Lagoons’ concept is provoking in this sector.
The article notes that the recreational crystalline lagoons have become the center of resorts and tourism complexes, being a great attraction for these clubs and their owners.
The magazine takes in Ken Jowdy’s opinion, Diamante Cabo San Lucas’ developer, who explains that Crystal lagoons’ lagoons exceeds expectations and that they can transform site lands that used to lack attractiveness into glowing lagoons, into mirages surrounded by white sand and palm trees beaches, and that they attract buyers to these developments.
The article explains that Crystal Lagoons, based in Miami, started its operations with the San Alfonso del Mar project, looking for a way to safely enjoy swimming and water sports. The multinational company currently has 300 giant lagoons in 60 countries, including the US, Egypt, Thailand, Jordan, and the United Arab Emirates, among others.
Kevin Morgan, Crystal Lagoons USA CEO, says that “these giant crystalline lagoons just need water to compensate evaporation. They consume just about half the water required by a park, and up to 10 times less water than what a golf course needs. In addition, they use up to 100 times less chemicals than any other traditional pool and water disinfection systems and just 2% of the energy required by other conventional filter technologies”.
Crystal Lagoons Corporation is an international innovation company that has developed and patented technology that allows for the low-cost construction and maintenance of unlimited size bodies of water in crystal-clear condition. Patented in 160 countries, Crystal Lagoons’ technology applications range widely from its recreational business, which brings the dream of idyllic beach life to any corner of the world, to its industrial variations in closed-circuit cooling, water desalination and applications for the mining industry. The technology was pioneered by Fernando Fischmann, the founder and chairman of Crystal Lagoons Corporation. A trained biochemist, Fischmann patented the technology and founded Crystal Lagoons Corporation in 2007. In less than three years since its formation, Crystal Lagoons Corporation has seen exponential growth and is currently involved in over 300 projects in more than 60 countries, including Egypt, Jordan, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Singapore, Colombia, Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Paraguay and United States.