Australian Press Reveals Possible New Crystal Lagoons’ Development in Australia7 June, 2017 / News
With its first project already under construction in Australia, media outlets in that country gave details of what could potentially be the second Crystal Lagoons’ development in Oceania. Campbelltown Lagoon, which would be located in the outskirts of Sydney, could become a great attraction for Campbelltown city inhabitants.
Crystal Lagoons’ Oceania director, German Rocca, said that the Campbelltown project is in preliminary planning stages and that no specific details have been defined yet, but he did emphasize that the crystalline lagoon could help reinvigorate the cityscape.
The executive added that the lagoon in Campbeltown could be similar to the 2.2 hectares lagoon being developed in Cairns as part of the Botanica project.
On the other hand, the mayor of Campbelltown, George Brticevic, added that the crystalline lagoon would prevent the inhabitants from leaving the city in hot days which could reach up to 45° Celsius.
“We want to keep the people in Campbelltown. In hot summer days like the ones we lived recently, with temperatures over 45 degrees, people want to cool themselves down. If we had this crystalline lagoon, we could keep them here, instead of them having to travel to Bulli or Cronulla”, stated Brticevic.
Finally, Germán Rocca said that “The impact of a lagoon in the community is really positive, the adjacent areas become more active, and it’s not just a pool being built reclusively”.
Crystal Lagoons is an international innovation company, founded by scientist Fernando Fischmann, which has developed a patent-protected technology that allows the construction and maintenance of unlimited-size crystal clear lagoons at very low costs.