The first step to being a smart water consumer is knowing where exactly our water comes from, and why we’re approaching a serious water shortage—even if it doesn’t feel like it. Rather than passing on a burdensome water shortage to future generations, we need to safeguard the resources we have currently by finding smarter, more efficient ways to consume water now.
In Blekinge, Sweden, a region that experiences drought and annual water restrictions, Orbital technology lets owners like Ingela Carlsson and her family be conscientious about their water use—while still enjoying spa-like shower experiences at home.
For Sanne Hougaard, building a new home with her boyfriend and daughter in Fyn, Denmark, was the perfect opportunity to take a bigger role in sustainable living. That included everything from solar panels to having two new Orbital Showers installed.
Daniel and his family moved into their “plus energy” home in Holbaek, Denmark, in 2016. Here he shares his family’s experience with the house, which includes an Orbital Shower, and their appreciation for a sustainability lifestyle that requires no compromise on comfort.
The Guldsmeden Hotel family wants to not only to be the most sustainable hotel actor on the market, but to be leaders in general sustainable development globally. Kirsten Aggersborg tells us why Orbital Showers are part of their plans.
Fresh water scarcity is a global crisis affecting up to 2 billion people. It won't be solved by reusing your towels. Meet two of Europe's most innovative hotels, where the NASA-inspired shower use up to 90% less water and 80% …