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MUNICH, Sept. 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Crystal Lagoons Corporation, the company that created the largest crystalline lagoon in the world, will be presenting its innovative concept and technology, which make it possible to build and maintain bodies of water of unlimited size in a crystalline state at very low cost, at the industry's biggest international event.
The Expo Real 2011 real estate fair, to be held between October 4th and 6th in Munich, Germany, will provide a special space to exhibit the Crystal Lagoons concept and technology, which is already present in 180 urban, recreational and public developments in 45 countries, with an associated investment of US$100 billion.
Crystal Lagoons is the only company in the world capable of offering this innovative technology, already patented in 160 countries, that makes it economically viable to develop huge crystalline lagoons suitable for swimming and practicing water sports. As a result, these immense bodies of water are becoming an indispensable amenity for real estate and tourism development projects all over the world, adding a differentiating value that brings an idyllic beach life to places previously inconceivable such as the desert, or in the middle of a city, setting off a revolution in the global real estate industry.
As part of its ongoing concern for the environment, the firm has developed an ecological and sustainable technology that was recognized by UNESCO as a "Green Technology" in 2010. These gigantic crystalline lagoons only need water to offset evaporation, allowing for approximately half the consumption of a park, and up to ten times less than a golf course. In addition, it uses 100 times less chemicals than traditional systems, and just 2% of the energy required by conventional filtration technologies.
Crystal Lagoons is known globally for its San Alfonso del Mar project, with a crystalline lagoon boasting 8 hectares of surface area and measuring 1 km long, certified by Guinness World Records as the largest in the world, as well as for the megaproject, Citystars Sharm el Sheikh in Egypt, which brings together 10 lagoons in 100 hectares of crystalline water in the middle of the desert, where the first 12-hectare lagoon is now being built.
Source: Crystal Lagoons Corp
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