Innovative oil spill recovery and dam water level monitoring solutions
receive a US$75,000 grant each to help save lives from natural disasters Hong Kong, 29 June 2021 – Prudence Foundation, the community investment arm of Prudential in Asia and Africa, together with Humanitarian Partner International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) and Technology Partner Lenovo, have announced the winners of the 2021 SAFE STEPS Disaster Tech (D-Tech) Awards. The A
Find out how EcoWorth Tech, FloodMapp, Kacific Broadband Satellites Group and Project OWL leverage technology to manage and forecast floods, clean oil spills, and maintain critical communications when disasters take place. These four innovative startups are the finalists in the For-Profit Category in this year’s SAFE STEPS D-Tech Awards and are inspiring examples of how technology can support resilience, response and recovery from natural disaster events.
(From https://technode.global/2021/06/11/ecoworth-tech-aims-for-sustainability-by-eliminating-linear-economy-practices-promoting-zero-carbon-production-and-reducing-global-waste-origin-innovation-awards-qa/) Editor’s note: This interview is part of a Q&A series with winners of the ORIGIN Innovation Awards 2020. EcoWorth Tech is a winner in the category Best Sustainable Solution. L-R: Andre Stolz, CEO; Timothy Yeo, Application & Process Engineer; Francis Poon, Technical Sales
According to Unboxing, the world is facing a huge crisis of getting freshwater; as per researchers, by 2035, half of the world population will struggle to get fresh water for drinking. EcoWorth Tech's innovation is one of example of recycling water. Read more via: https://unboxingstartups.com/blog/singapore-startup-ecoworth-tech-developed-a-sponge-that-can-absorb-impurities-from-water/