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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Radical Waters Patents for Granular Activated Charcoal Technology in Water Treatment Plants

Radical Waters International has patented its new activated granular carbon technology for water treatment plants, called Granular Activated Charcoal (GAC). The GAC technology features a highly porous carbon matrix, which serves as a substrate in water treatment plants to filter out compounds such as chlorine and other undesired contaminants in pre-processed water. In conventional water
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Coca-Cola Reaches for Water Neutrality – November 8, 2012 – Green Retail Decisions

Atlanta-based The Coca-Cola Company is making strong headway on its march to water neutrality, the beverage giant revealed in its ninth annual sustainability report. Since 2005, as part of the efforts to become water neutral by 2020, the Coca-Cola system has conducted 382 community water projects in 94 countries, working hand in hand with local
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Breakthrough CIP cleaning tech ‘more progressive than prog rock’: Radical Waters – November 7, 2012 – Beverage Daily

Breakthrough CIP cleaning tech ‘more progressive than prog rock’: Radical Waters – November 7, 2012 – Beverage Daily By Ben Bouckley, 07-Nov-2012 Carla Fiford, of Radical Waters, tells Ben Bouckley at InterBev 2012 why Electro Chemical Activation (ECA) is a ‘breakthrough’ CIP cleaning technology that brings beverage bottlers cost and sustainability benefits. Speaking in Las
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A Poultry Matter: Extending Shelf Life – September 2011 – South African Food Review

A Poultry Matter: Extending Shelf Life – September 2011 – South African Food Review By Roxanne Ronaldo Published on Friday, 09 September 2011 Following the Supreme Chicken scandal that rocked SA in December last year, the use of chlorine to treat chicken has become less popular. Not only this, ever-increasing environmental concerns are forcing poultry
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Radical Waters restructures and invests for further growth

Click to read the complete article – Radical Waters restructures and invests for further growth – September 2011 – Beverage Manager OVERVIEW: Radical Waters products are used in a wide range of markets formerly dependent on chemicals for controlling contamination and bacterial infection. The company has a focus on markets that include beverage production, meat & seafood, sauce manufacture,
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Poultry Processing – Processing challenges and solutions – June 2011 – The Butcher

Poultry Processing – Processing challenges and solutions – June 2011 – The Butcher Radical Waters is the global leader in Electro-Chemically Activated Water (ECA) technology. Our ECA products are used in a wide range of markets, including poultry processing, that were formerly dependent on chemicals for controlling contamination and bacterial infection. We manufacture Natural Hygiene Generators. Our generators come in
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Chemical-free cleaning-in-place technology – April 2011 – Develop Technology

Read the complete article – Chemical-free cleaning-in-place technology – April 2011 – Develop Technology OVERVIEW: As broader-scale environmental issues become more prominent and the supply of good quality source water becomes more unreliable, SA food and beverage manufacturers are likely to seek out alternative products and technologies which can reduce their environmental footprint through water and energy
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