South African media thoroughly reported on Crystal Lagoons’ new evaporation-control technology24 August, 2016 / News
South African real estate-focused website, Property Wheel, has recently published completely devoted to Crystal Lagoons’ new evaporation-control technology.
Nearly over one-billion tons of water is evaporated every day. Sustainability has always been a topic of paramount importance for Crystal Lagoons. Because of that, the multinational innovation company has developed a new film-based evaporation-control technology for its crystal-clear lagoons. The company’s cutting-edge technology lowers water-waste rates down in 70%. This way, Crystal Lagoons’ keeps reducing the amount of water needed for its lagoons to operate.
Exclusively manufactured in Canada for Crystal Lagoons, the technology consists of adding a special additive over water, spreading an invisible anti-evaporation layer on the surface of the lagoon. This additive can be used at different water temperatures and it can withstand wind and rain. It has been used in many crystal-clear lagoons throughout the world, lowering evaporation rates down in between 30% and 70% – 50% on average-.
Crystal Lagoons’ projects represent very low water consumption rates – half the water required by a park of the same size and up to 30 times less water required by a golf course –. The company’s new anti-evaporation film technology will further reduce water consumption rates.
Furthermore, these lagoons also collect rainwater. Therefore, in rainy areas the lagoons will require very little water for refilling, or even nothing at all. Crystal Lagoons’ additive has been certified by the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) as suitable and harmless when applied to drinking water, thus proving its safety and effectiveness for recreational purposes.
Crystal Lagoons is an international innovation company, founded by scientist Fernando Fischmann, which has developed a patent-protected technology that allows the construction and maintenance of unlimited-size crystal clear lagoons at very low costs.