The agile i-mop scrubber drier from i-team Global saves a lot of water. The water that is still needed is converted into clean drinking water in developing countries.
Litres of water per i-mop per day worldwide
Of the programme One litre for one litre
i-team Global is ambassador since 2015
About i-team Global
The first of its kind, the i-mop solves the problems of floor cleaning systems by combining the flexibility of a floor mop with the power and speed of industrial scrubber driers. We found out that most areas are still being cleaned by mop and bucket, because other floor machines are just not flexible enough to work in most spaces. The i-mop makes it possible to clean any surface, with freedom of movement and great ease of use. No borders or boundaries. The water that is used by all active i-mop machines worldwide is mirrored by generating equal amounts of clean drinking water in developing countries with Made Blue.
The i-mop isn’t just designed for cleaning, it is designed for the cleaner.
Frank van de Ven, creator of the i-mop
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One litre for one litre
In our program One litre for one litre you can convert the water saving or water consumption of your product, service or organization in an equal amount of litres of clean drinking water in developing countries. Choosing a selection of customers or donating more liters is also an option. Transparency is paramount and we are happy to help you communicate about it!
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