South African media highlights Crystal Lagoons’ potential for expansion throughout the continent26 October, 2016 / News
South African media outlet Sunday Times has recently devoted an article to Crystal Lagoons and its potential for expansion throughout the African continent.
Water innovation and technology company Crystal Lagoons, which was recently introduced to the South African market, has disrupted the real estate market through its innovative way of creating environmentally friendly crystalline lagoons using state-of-the-art technology.
Crystal Lagoons is a multinational company that has developed a sustainable technology patented in 160 countries which allows building and maintaining crystal clear lagoons of unlimited dimensions, at very low costs.
The company, which targets local real estate development companies, the energy and industrial sector and private home owners, says crystalline lagoons make good business sense in SA, as they can open up previously unfeasible areas to development while increasing selling prices and selling velocity.
The lagoons bring a wide range of recreational activities such as swimming, kayaking, paddle boarding and sailing, all within a safe environment.
Alastair Sinclair, regional director of Crystal Lagoons in Africa, says the technological innovation is environmentally friendly and has been developed and designed to use minimal amounts of water, energy and chemicals.
“The technology used involves very low water consumption because the lagoons work on closed circuits, using up to 30 times less water than a golf course and just half of the water required by a park of the same size. This is of huge benefit to a country like SA where both water and energy are scarce resources,” he points out.
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.