In previous blogs, we’ve talked about the fact that Seaqual’s product components are manufactured using energy efficient injection moulding machines. So, in this piece, we will explain why this is so and exactly how the process works.
Yip, you did read that correctly – a plastic decomposing bacteria called Ideonella sakaiensis, discovered in 2016 by a group of scientists when testing a sample of unusual sludge outside Osaka, Japan. Since then, the race has been on for scientists around the world to find a way to commercially use this “super bug” to help combat the devastating global plastic crisis
When it comes to the well-being of the environment, “plastic” is somewhat of a swear word amongst activists and with good reason. But the reality is that non-consumables like plumbing products and drains need to be manufactured from long-lasting materials that won’t malfunction and break soon after installation. Since plastics are durable, plenteous, and cost effective, they do make for a great manufacturing material but let’s talk about one plastic in particular.
Roof gardens! Sounds like a great idea right? You see them in movies on the tops of New York apartments and they are known to be great for the environment, but how realistic are they to actually build? A lot of professionals in the building industry are wary of designing roof gardens and with every justification.
We’ve all been in that situation where the shower water starts to collect around our feet instead of disappearing down the drain or you walk into your bathroom bright and early in the morning only to be greeted by a drain stench strong enough to put you off your breakfast.