Saving the environment one household at a time.
When you see water drain down your sink, it doesn’t just go away; it goes somewhere else. And depending on where it goes, it might just be putting lives and livelihoods at risk.
Untreated wastewater – that is, water from your baths, sinks, washing machines and dishwashers – is a well-known pollutant that carries all manner of compounds and pathogens that are harmful to plants and animals alike. It has also been known to cause significant health risks to people who ingest crops and water that it contaminates. The most popular solution to the problem so far has been to implement a central sewage system that collects domestic wastewater to be treated at a biological wastewater treatment plant.
But what if you don’t have access to such a system? Many homes in Germany don’t, which makes wastewater disposal a personal and, more often than not, an environmental horror.
Thankfully, companies like DE Luxus Service BAU GmbH exist.
DE Luxus Service BAU GmbH manufactures, distributes, and installs wastewater treatment equipment to private residences. Their products are scaled and designed for homes, which means people can treat their domestic wastewater themselves through state-of-the-art equipment and drain it into the ground without causing any harm to the ecosystem.
DE Luxus Service BAU GmbH is one of Germany’s wastewater treatment equipment manufacturers, and they have the best outputs in terms of water purity and reusability. With more than thousands of projects in Germany, as well as in Europe, the company is well on its way to becoming Europe’s master wastewater treatment equipment suppliers in the continent.
Wastewater treated by their equipment can be safely drained into groundwater and reservoirs, or even be used as process water for homes. In recognition of the outstanding quality of their products, they have recently been awarded the CE mark, which means it meets all the health, safety, and environmental protection standards set in continental Europe.
It’s clean, green, and offers greater sustainability than traditional sewage systems. It’s the new face of wastewater treatment solutions, and you can have a stake in that future if you make that investment on DE Luxus Service BAU GmbH today.
DE Luxus Service BAU GmbH is looking ahead to expand its reach across the continent to better serve communities that don’t have sustainable wastewater management in Europe. But for that to happen, they require 50’000€ to bolster their working capital to manufacture more wastewater equipment for incoming projects. By partnering with TFGcrowd, they hope to benefit more homes without access to sewage systems the peace of mind afforded to people who have proper means of wastewater disposal. For your help, the company is willing to give a 19% interest rate to all potential backers, to be paid out for the 6-month loan term.
The following pledges secure the loan:
• A pledge on DE Luxus Service BAU GmbH
• A personal guarantee of the Borrower’s Shareholders & CEO
• A Guarantee of the Borrower
The loan is offered with the BuyBack Guarantee. If the borrower is late with the repayment of the loan, TFGcrowd will compensate the investors both the invested principal amount and interest, as well as pay the accrued interest after 60 days of delay.
A growth-stage business that enjoys steady demand from more than one region – if that’s not investment-worthy, nothing is.
There are costs to modernity. Unfortunately, one of them is untreated wastewater.
Rapid population growth and industrialization are signs of economic expansion, but they are also precursors to greater difficulty in wastewater management. This is most apparent in developing countries, where the increase in economic activity parallels the increase in the quantity of wastewater generated. The result is almost always a rise in the pollution load in these regions, and along with it, its cohort effects on human health and the environment.
A 2017 UN report noted that only 38% of all wastewater undergoes any kind of treatment in upper-middle-income countries, and 28% in lower-middle-income countries. Globally, an astounding 80% of all wastewater is drained without any form of treatment. It is not the least bit surprising, then, that the continued failure to address untreated wastewater
The story in high-income or developed countries like Germany is a bit different. Nearly 70% of the wastewater generated gets treated, and the untreated 30% has more to do with non-inclusion in town sanitary sewers or municipal sewage grids. Still, this 30% of untreated wastewater presents a health risk to homes and communities that depend largely on freshwater for their livelihood and daily subsistence.
As things stand, freshwater and groundwater contamination are still fairly common even in developed countries. As recent as 2015, an EEA report noted that “more than half of the river and lake water bodies are reported to hold less than good ecological status or potential” in Europe, urban wastewater being one of the primary causes.
Regardless of the circumstance, there is a present global need to help communities gain access to sustainable and effective wastewater treatment solutions on the level of individual homes. Companies like DE Luxus Service BAU GmbH and their domestic wastewater treatment equipment present opportunities for households to manage their wastewater while lessening their impact on the environment. Compared to other wastewater management solutions, domestic wastewater equipment treatments are more reliable and accessible means to safe process water.
Technologies like DE Luxus Service BAU GmbH possess the potential to change the modern wastewater treatment landscape and improve health and safety conditions of people in Europe, and elsewhere in areas that do not have access to sewage systems and alternative wastewater treatment solutions.