Swiss Eco Line – Swiss company focuses on sustainability
Founded in 2014 in the canton of Graubunden/Switzerland, Swiss Eco Line AG has developed into the preferred contact point for questions relating to the sustainable and efficient use of water in the entire water cycle.
Organised as a platform, Swiss Eco Line AG supports the development, distribution and sale of innovative, advanced and contemporary products and solutions that (a) increase the quality and safety of water in use for various purposes, (b) improve the efficiency of its adequate treatment and treatment, and (c) generally reduce the waste of water-related resources.
Built as a joint venture of innovative and forward-thinking companies, the platform relies on a holistic view of sustainability as well as economies of scale. The platform thus enables a one-stop shop for services related to the quality and sustainable use of water.
We want to be the preferred contact point for information and advice on all aspects of drinking and process water.
With our platform, we offer our customers high-quality, innovative products and solutions that help them to use drinking and process water safely, efficiently and in an environmentally friendly manner.
WATER DEMAND BY REGION WORLDWIDE 2030
FORECAST PERCENTAGE INCREASE
Drinking water is the most precious resource on earth
According to the United Nations World Water Report, almost half of humanity is threatened by water shortages. According to the report, more than 2 billion people live in countries with high “water stress” and almost four billion people live in areas where there is a threat of severe water shortage for at least one month per year. By 2050, this figure is predicted to rise to 5.7 billion. Every year, millions of people, especially children, die from lack of water or contaminated water.
Water consumption has increased globally by about 1% per year since the 1980s, according to the UN, due to a combination of population growth, socio-economic development and changing consumption patterns. Global water demand is expected to continue to increase at a similar rate through 2050, representing a 20-30% increase above current levels of water use. Climate change further exacerbates water shortages.