By creating sustainable water solutions.

 
 
 
 

 

We're starting with these two areas

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Water usage

We live in an unsustainable world , where large amounts of drinkable water are used in our daily tasks.  For example, one single laundry consumes 60 litres of fresh water. As the world population is growing, so is our water consumption, resulting in increasingly lower groundwater levels.  More than a fatality, we see this as an opportunity to develop innovative solutions to allow everyone to use water in a smarter way and come one step closer toward sustainability.

We live in an unsustainable world, where large amounts of drinkable water are used in our daily tasks.

For example, one single laundry consumes 60 litres of fresh water. As the world population is growing, so is our water consumption, resulting in increasingly lower groundwater levels.

More than a fatality, we see this as an opportunity to develop innovative solutions to allow everyone to use water in a smarter way and come one step closer toward sustainability.

Plastic pollution

Another side of sustainability  is what happens with our wastes.  The pollution of our oceans by plastic has become a reality, and we start to understand the actual consequences on our environment.  Plastics break down into tiny, harmful pieces called microplastics that are nowadays found in our food and water.  At Mimbly, we work on solutions and develop ideas to stop these plastics before they can reach the oceans.

Another side of sustainability is what happens with our wastes.

The pollution of our oceans by plastic has become a reality, and we start to understand the actual consequences on our environment.

Plastics break down into tiny, harmful pieces called microplastics that are nowadays found in our food and water.

At Mimbly, we work on solutions and develop ideas to stop these plastics before they can reach the oceans.

 
 

Have a look at our Mimfographics to learn more!