Wasser 3.0: Waters without
microplastics and micropollutants.

Rethinking water, microplastics and micropollutants in a sustainable way

We end the uncontrolled distribution of microplastics and micropollutants such as pharmaceuticals, PFAS, heavy metals and pesticides in our water cycle.

Aligned with the sustainability goals of the United Nations, we research and develop responsible concepts and solutions to detect, remove and reuse microplastics and micropollutants.

The combination of high-tech materials, low-tech processes and a systemic perspective enables a new level of environmental and health protection in (waste) water treatment.

We act in an effective and solution-oriented way beyond silos – besides science and technology, also in the areas of education and awareness raising – for waters without microplastics and micropollutants.

As a sustainability entrepreneur, we put our business activities at the service of the environment and society.

Our Blog

13. May 2022

New series Partners in Mission starts

On our mission for waters without microplastics and micropollutants one thing is clear: It is all about joint actions! Fortunately, we already have a number of people, companies and organizations at our side who support us in a number of ways. They are the focus of our Partners in Mission blog series. We look forward to presenting them in loos order in the near future. In this post, we describe why they are so important to us.
4. May 2022

Education space WASoMI is online

How do polymers turn into plastic products, plastic waste or microplastics? What is the difference between primary and secondary microplastics? When was polyethylene invented? And what are elastomers? Answers to these and many other questions can be found in our new digital-real education space for waters without microplastics WASoMI (in German WASser ohne MIkroplastik = WASoMI) - open to everyone, free of charge and without advertising.
1. April 2022

Monaco Ocean Week 2022

As part of the Monaco Ocean Week 2022, we were invited to participate in the Ocean Innovators Platform. And so we found ourselves in sunny Monaco last week with Mediterranean spring feelings.