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We are Better2Earth
A life sciences enterprise working with academic institutions and industry partners around the world, we are teams of specialists, experts and volunteers dedicated to finding ways to improve and sustain a good quality of life for all.
Our products and services are designed to address and halt the degradation of biodiversity, wildlife, ecosystems and unsafe food systems, as these are all key to climate mitigation and thus the survival of humanity.
In doing so, many productive and economic benefits are achieved. Crop yields are increased, the need for irrigation and fertilizer is reduced, safe drinking water becomes available, waste water is recovered for re-use and damaged ecosystems are regenerated - to name just a few.
Our products for soil, water and air:
making the best of our essential resources
"Changes in climate across the regions are resulting in increased frequency of floods, droughts and uncertainty regarding water availability. Sufficient and reliable water supplies for agriculture, industry, energy, fisheries and ecosystems are NO longer dependable …"
The White House Action Plan on Global Water Security
The power of recycling, regenerating and re-using
According to the United Nations, the planet will be critically short of usable water by 2030. Currently, about 80% of water used in industrial and agricultural processes is simply dumped into the ground, our rivers or the sea—along with all the pollutants that have not been removed before doing so. Therefore, products that recycle, regenerate and re-use that water and essential for the future of our planet.
We also dump huge amounts of glass, simply because there have not been effective ways to recycle and re-use it. In many places, the accumulation of waste glass has become a huge problem as it cannot be simply left in landfills.
Better2Earth solves both of the above problems by recycling glass—bottle, solar panels and more—into products, which are then used to recycle, regenerate and re-use water without any adverse effect on the environment.