Saving the planet one drop at a time. Food Basket Magazine November 2017

South Africa got a rude awakening in 2016 when a massive drought brought the country to its knees. Once again, citizens were reminded how precious water is and what needs to be done to preserve this vital resource. Radical Waters is aiding the fight to minimize the water footprint by means of innovative technology and
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Celebrate New Innovations In Water Processing

Water Processing with Electrochemically Activated Water (ECA) is used in a number of hygiene applications to remove unwanted microorganisms from contact surfaces in the food and beverage industry. The process uses a brine solution.     Radical Waters (Pty) Ltd has spent over 20 years focused on developing and commercializing its patented green water processing
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Radical Waters cover story in the latest edition of Food Manufacturing Africa

Circulated on the African continent, you may not have come across Radical Waters cover story in the latest edition of Food Manufacturing Africa. Either way, we’d love to share the story with you. It discusses where we are at, applications as well as Radical Waters future plans.     Happy reading, and be sure the let
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Are chemicals becoming out dated? The latest editorial by The South African Food Review

Are chemicals becoming out dated? The latest editorial by The South African Food Review asks the questions: Advances in disinfection in the past decade alone could prove this to be true. Microbes have become ‘clever’ in that they are evolving to a point where in some cases, chemicals can not control them as they used to.  ECA’s
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New Technology for Carbon Column Regeneration

  Activated carbon (AC) filtration is most effective in removing organic contaminants from water. As organic contaminants are often responsible for taste, odour, and colour problems, AC filtration can generally be used to improve aesthetically objectionable water. TO MAKE CERTAIN that contaminants are removed, regular maintenance is needed to flush the filtered contaminants from the filter bed. Conventional ways to regenerate GAC columns
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eWater Advantage expands capabilities With GenEon Technologies and Radical Waters

eWater Advantage – the nation’s leading integrator of chemical-free cleaning which replaces harsh and hazardous cleaning & sanitizing chemicals – is pleased to announce strategic relationships with two respected companies – GenEon Technologies of San Antonio, TX and Radical Waters of Johannesburg, South Africa. Adding to their existing distribution for Hoshizaki America, these new alliances
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The Case For ECA by Nikki Wilson – Food Review July 2015

The Case For ECA by Nikki Wilson – Food Review July 2015   Radical Waters is the global leader in Electro-Chemically Activated Water (ECA) technology. Our ECA products are used in a wide range of markets formerly dependent on chemicals for controlling contamination and bacterial infection. We manufacture Natural Hygiene Generators. Our generators come in several
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Water Savings With ECA – February 2015 – Food Review Magazine

Water Savings With ECA – February 2015 – Food Review Magazine   Radical Waters is the global leader in Electro-Chemically Activated Water (ECA) technology. Our ECA products are used for water savings in a wide range of markets formerly dependent on chemicals for controlling contamination and bacterial infection. We manufacture Natural Hygiene Generators. Our generators come
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Company Focus – A Profoundly Green Solution – September 2014 – Food Review Magazine

  Company Focus – A Profoundly Green Solution – September 2014 – Food Review Magazine Radical Waters is the global leader in Electro-Chemically Activated Water (ECA) technology. Our ECA products are a green solution used in a wide range of markets formerly dependent on chemicals for controlling contamination and bacterial infection. We manufacture Natural Hygiene Generators.
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Radical Waters extends its ECA Technology to Carbon Columns – July 4, 2013 – Food Stuff South Africa

Radical Waters International recently added a new patent to its patent portfolio, one for new “Activated Granular Carbon”. The company says this is a progressive step in extending its ECA systems (electrochemically-activated water), a non-traditional “chemical-free CIP” that has been widely adopted by the beverage and other food industry markets. Granular Activated Charcoal (GAC) is
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