Water Kinetics announced today that they have received the 2021 Institute of Water Scottish Region Innovation Award. The Institute of Water, founded in 1945, is the only professional body that exclusively supports the careers of anyone working within the UK water industry, with a master judging panel reviewing the entries for the awards. Water Kinetics has received the Innovation Award for their product, Eco-Duo, the single pipe recirculation system.
Water Kinetics is ecstatic to have won the award, and thankful to the Institute of Water, who have recognised them as the number one innovator in the Scottish water and sewage sector. Eco-Duo was selected by the Institute’s panel of judges well versed in their respective fields. Water Kinetics have also been selected to move forward to the National Innovation awards, spanning the entire United Kingdom, which will take place in September, at Portsmouth.
“The whole team at Water Kinetics feel very privileged to win this award from the Institute of Water and are so excited to be put forward for the National awards in September.” Says Operations Director, Elaine Waggott, “We are very proud of our products and the huge environmental and financial savings they will have for our clients as they continue to specify Eco-Duo, and we are equally proud of our wonderful team who work so hard to make the company a success.”
Water Kinetics is a UK-based firm that is determined to redefine what a potable water system can and should be. From preventing the harmful spread of pathogens and keeping their carbon footprint to a minimum, they are the leading name in plumbing innovation. It aims to do this with the launch of the Eco-Duo, the world’s first single-pipe recirculatory plumbing system. With only one pipe needing to be fitted, it will look to cut down on 50% of ongoing energy costs and installation, and eliminate any dead legs in the system, helping to eliminate pathogens like legionella and pseudomonas aeruginosa.
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