The European Water Charter, proclaimed by the European Governing board in 1968, established a series of key issues geared to recognize water´s fundamental value for life on our planet. According to the written text, water is not inexhaustable and it is necessary to preserve, control and increase all water resources, maintain water quality in accordance to its use, waste water should not be returned to its natural source and it must be managed in an effective way by everyone. These are just a few of the 12 issues stated and Nature works pursues to ensure we use this valuable resource in the most effective manner.
To achieve this goal we have worked and will carry on doing so with Grupo Camacho and its advanced R & D + I team to develop Nature Works Hi-Tech Filter Media, respectful towards the environment in general and water in particular. As an example, the use of calibrated granulometric curves maximizes the impurity retention capacity in filters, making the periods between washing longer and reducing the amount of water wasted during this process. According to studies, this allows to reduce the washes to an average of 1 wash for every 8 necessary if silica sand is used in the filter. Compaction is avoided and with it the lower performance that it creates.
The advantages offered by MC2 Anti-compaction Technology, such as lower water, chemical products and energy consumptions makes this technology the most environmentally friendly product in this sector.