Saving Water through Technology April 2, 2009
Even more impressive is that in most cases, the product can be installed in a day and requires no external power source.
Already installed selectively around the world, this technology makes being environmentally responsible not only economically feasible, but actually profitable. When Meredith College in Raleigh, North Carolina installed the system, the college saved USD$36,000 in chemicals and 6.1 Million gallons of water (almost USD$50,000). Moreover, Meredith realized increased efficiency of its equipment and the lengthening of asset life. The breakeven on Meredith's investment came at a remarkable seven and a half months.
The Bonaqua process uses a magnetic wrap-around system that capitalizes on the laws of physics. Bon Aqua's magnetic strength readily penetrates iron/copper pipes with a dense enough magnetic field to cause an electric current to be generated in the water. This electric current creates a Faraday generator, with the flowing water being the armature, the steel pipe being the field coil, and the ground supplying the constant flow of electrons through the pipe and into the water. For more, visit www.bonaqua.com.
The patented Bonaqua water treatment system is a permanent and totally passive non-chemical method of water treatment that requires a minimum amount of monitoring, no outside power source, in which very little water is wasted. Plus, it is absolutely non-polluting. Bonaqua is a shining example of the green technologies that will become more and more important in years to come. It is a win-win-win system that features significant energy savings, environmental compliance and icreased production.
"From 'The Herman Trend Alert,' by Joyce Gioia-Herman, Strategic Business Futurist. http://www.hermangroup.com.
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