Win'nWash

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Win'nWash

Capetown, South AfricaSouth Africa
Year Founded:
2013
Project Stage:
Idea
Budget: 
$1,000 - $10,000
Project Summary
Elevator Pitch

Concise Summary: Help us pitch this solution! Provide an explanation within 3-4 short sentences.

Win’nWash is a global major water conserving devise, which must be fitted on all washing machines old or new. Trillions of homes globally use washing machines daily. Just as much water is wasted daily. The above device will ensure that between 80% to 95% of wasted water is recycled, again and again

About Project

Problem: What problem is this project trying to address?

Billions liters of water is wasted by washing machines globally

Solution: What is the proposed solution? Please be specific!

Develop a system to recycle soapy water an reuse continually
Impact: How does it Work

Example: Walk us through a specific example(s) of how this solution makes a difference; include its primary activities.

billions of washing machines waste trillions of liters of water daily.

Impact: What is the impact of the work to date? Also describe the projected future impact for the coming years.

the environment suffer because chemicals and soapy is flushed into its system etc. if this is not prevented, the health of our earth will suffer globaly
Sustainability

Financial Sustainability Plan: What is this solution’s plan to ensure financial sustainability?

The Win'nWash concept will generate positive results for generations to come both for the home owner and financially for its developer

Marketplace: Who else is addressing the problem outlined here? How does the proposed project differ from these approaches?

no one is addressing this problem.

Comments

Anthony Villett's picture

‘Win’nWash is a global major water conserving devise, which must be fitted on all washing machines old or new. Trillions of homes globally use washing machines daily. Just as much water is wasted daily. The above device will ensure that between 80% to 95% of wasted water, is recycled, again and again to be reused, for up to 10 cycles (loads) of dirty fabric, using only one load of water. Would have loved to attach the full document which explain how the system work. send me an email where in can send the above to. thanks