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🚰 Wayout and Alfa Laval show sustainable water production in Dubai

🚰 Wayout and Alfa Laval show sustainable water production in Dubai

A micro-factory that produces clear and clean water is the invention of Swedish impact startup Wayout. Together with Alfa Laval, they are now opening a showroom in Dubai.

Mathias Sundin
Mathias Sundin

Wayout has created a micro-factory, that can be plugged in anywhere in the world, and produce clear water. Last year they entered a partnership with Alfa Laval, and together opened a pop-up showroom in Dubai.

A single Wayout system can supply 3,000 people with clean and safe daily drinking and cooking water with zero byproducts while helping to eliminate the use of approximately 6.5 million plastic bottles and prevent the release of 536 metric tons of COβ‚‚ emissions yearly, according to the company.

Photo: Ola Bergengren

They will use the pop-up showroom to demonstrate their clean technology and water production system, including a smart pod, kegs, and taps.

The showroom will, for six months, be found in Alserkal in the Al Quoz industrial area near Dubai's Marina and financial district.

Warp News has previously interviewed Wayout's co-founders Martin Renck and Ulf Stenerhag.

πŸ’§ The Swedes that wants to provide the world with clean drinking water
What if there was a Tesla for water? An organization that swept in and addressed a big problem in a new innovative and scalable way. This is what Swedish Wayout wants to do.

"There is massive waste going on right now. There is no reason to get water from Evian in Switzerland and transport it in plastic bottles around the world. Water is everywhere. Our system can make that water clean and either let you drink it directly or create other beverages from it, on the spot," creative director Martin Renck, said to Warp News last year.

Wayout's micro-factory in Tanzania.