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Biolytix wins Cleanest & Greenest Award
Written by Administrator   
Thursday, 19 October 2006
ITíS not often that you hear sewerage and cleanest in the same sentence, but Biolytix Technologies won the Cleanest and Greenest Award at the Sunshine Coast Excellence in Business Awards recently.

 Biolytix uses the science of biomimicry - studying natureís ecosystems and imitating its designs to solve human

Biolytix marketing
Tracey Heers receives the Excellence
in Business Award.

problems.   It is based not on what we can extract from the world, but on what we can learn from it.   Biolytixís research and development team has clocked up 3.8 million years of inventing and adaptation and is still going.

The teamís main passion,
after ensuring that developed nations have cleaned up their own backyard of pollutants from old-fashioned septic and sewerage systems, is to invent a low-cost model appropriate for developing countries.   Every sewage system Biolytix sells in Australia helps to support the engineering of this lifesaving model, which is also partially sponsored by the EPA.
Win a water filter

Enter The Water Challenge
and tell Biolytix the most inventive way that you saved water during Water Week (October 15 to 21) and be in the running to win an under sink water filter valued at $379.   As a company pioneering sewage and wastewater recycling systems, Biolytix Technologies is keen to foster the spirit of innovation.

They look forward to hearing
all the wonderful and inventive ways you have saved water in your house and garden Ė or even at the local school or office.

Email your entries to Tracey
Heers at or phone her on 54 352 700 before October 25.

Last Updated ( Monday, 23 October 2006 )
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