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The creators of the world's largest crystalline lagoon and the driving force of a real estate revolution in 200 projects around the world, will present the applications of Cristal Lagoons' technology for the recreational area – that enables living an idyllic beach life anywhere in the world-, along with its industrial variations for the sustainable cooling of thermoelectric and industrial plants, and low cost water desalination and purification
MUNICH, Oct. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Crystal Lagoons Corp, the innovative multinational that created the world's largest crystalline lagoon, will present in the world's premier real estate fair its innovative concept and technology, that enables the construction and maintenance of water bodies of unlimited size in a crystalline state and at a low cost.
ExpoReal 2012, that will be held from the 8th to the 10th of October in Germany, will offer a special stand for the exhibition of said concept and technology, that has made a worldwide splash with associations with the most important international real estate actors, accumulating 200 urban, tourism, public and industrial projects in 50 countries, in less than 3 years.
During the fair, the company will also showcase its revolutionary technology for the sustainable cooling of thermoelectric and industrial plants, and for low cost water desalination and purification.
Patented in 160 countries, the applications of Cristal Lagoons' technology vary widely from recreational activities, which take the idyllic beach life to any corner of the world, to industrial variations in closed circuit cooling, water desalination and applications for the mining sector.
Crystal Lagoons is the only firm in the world capable of offering this innovative technology, which enables the economically viable development of giant crystalline lagoons apt for swimming and nautical sports. These immense bodies of water are an essential amenity for real estate and tourism projects all around the world, add differentiation and value and generate a revolution in the worldwide real estate industry.
The multinational, in its constant concern with the environment, developed an ecological and sustainable technology that was recognized by Unesco as "Green Technology". These giant crystalline lagoons only need enough water to compensate evaporation, generating a water consumption approximately equivalent to a half of what a park of equivalent size needs and up to ten times less than a golf course. Additionally, they use up to 100 times fewer chemicals than traditional swimming pool and drinking water disinfection systems, and only 2% of the energy required by conventional filtering technologies.
Crystal Lagoons has been recognized worldwide thanks to San Alfonso del Mar with its crystalline lagoon, certified by Guinness Records as the largest in the world, and to the Citystars Sharm el Sheikh megaproject in Egypt, that includes the construction of ten crystalline lagoons that will add up to a total of 100 hectares of crystalline water, becoming an oasis in the middle of the desert.