Enviroswim’s unique, patented technology is being embraced by luxury international resorts in some of the world’s most exotic locations.
The water purification system – which offers a cleaner, greener, safer alternative to chemicals in swimming pools – is being adopted by some of the most environmentally conscious and sustainable resorts in the Maldives.
In November 2017 we installed the first units at the award-winning Soneva Fushi Resort in the Maldives. After 6 months of trials, Soneva was delighted with the results and invited us to install additional units at both the Fushi resort and the brand’s newest luxury resort – Soneva Jani.
Soneva has 200 pools in their resorts in the Maldives and Thailand and the plan is to have them all changed over to the Enviroswim Fresh Water system within 5 years.
According to Soneva Project Director Mark Thomson, as the custodians of pristine locations, Soneva resorts constantly seek to implement ways to preserve the environment for future generations.
“Sustainability is at the heart of everything we do and we aim to inspire our industry to collectively take responsibility for our impact on the global environment,” he said.
“We have been carbon neutral, including guest air travel, since 2012 and are constantly striving to improve.By using the Enviroswim system to purify the water in our pools, we not only provide our guests with the benefits of swimming in crystal clear, fresh water, our pools are having less impact on the environment.”
Due to the success of the installation in the Soneva resorts, many other high-end environmentally aware resorts in the Maldives are now specifying Enviroswim for all their new builds.
“The demand for healthier, less chemically dependent, eco-friendly water sanitising systems is rapidly growing in the hotel and tourism industry,” Mr Thomson said.
“Angsana Balaclava, in the North West coast of Mauritius, has been using our system since 2010. The World – the largest privately owned yacht on the planet – installed Enviroswim in the restaurant pool nearly eight years ago and are still happy customers today, as is Australia’s world-class, eco-certified spa resort Gwinganna.
“These resorts attract some of the most discerning travellers, who are both conscious of protecting the environment and minimising the use of toxic pool chemicals. We are proud to see our technology, designed with government support here in Australia, being adopted by some of the most prestigious and innovative resorts around the world.”
The system took out the top award for the ‘Sustainable Product of the Year’ at The 2018 Swimming Pool and Spa Association (SPASA) WA Awards of Excellence.