Less poison, fewer antibioticsCan we create a world in which fewer poisonous chemicals are used and fewer antibiotics are needed? Is it possible to prevent illness by fighting pathogens at an early stage? Can antibiotic resistance be counteracted? The answer is simple: Yes, it's possible! Replace poisonous biocides with a sustainable disinfectant. This does not give pathogens a chance. Fewer antibiotics are needed to prevent illness. Sustainable disinfection contributes to a safe and healthy environment for people, animals and the planet. Ideal for organisations where safety and hygiene are of vital importance.
Sustainable disinfection for your business
"Surface water is a possible risk for my livestock. Using Watter means I can exclude this source of infection. This was immediately visible in the drinking troughs. This gives me assurance."
- Hessel Jan Jensma, dairy farmer in Miedum
"After having tried out Watter for six months, we soon saw that the water mains became cleaner. This guarantees that we have optimum water quality for our poultry as well as for our pig farm."
- Marijke Folkers- in 't Hout, co-owner Mevar pig and poultry farm
"Watter fits in perfectly with our sustainable business concept. We reduce infection risks sustainably, which benefits animal health. I'm achieving better since the introduction of Watter."
- Martijn Kirchof, owner of dairy farm Hof Neu Jabel
"With Watter we optimised our production process because of which we have barely any outage. It's safe and easy to use and I wouldn't want to be without it."
- Patrick van Rhijn, manager/owner paint and glue manufacturer Collall
"With Watter, the flower bulb sector has a sustainable alternative to combating the spread of bacteria, fungi and viruses without residue remaining in the environment. "
- Weijnand Saathof, crop researcher with research institute HLB
"The Watter disinfection concept fits well in our company and has been providing an advantage for years because we have seriously reduced the use of chemicals."
- Paul Grefte, poultry farmer and owner SunBro stable concept