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World Water Day 2016

Environmentally-Friendly Giving Back Spa Industry

On World Water Day 2016, I want to take a moment to share how Saltability cares and understands that every little effort has the power to make a difference.

We took special efforts to craft our innovative Himalayan Salt Stone Warmer (U.S. engineered, fully insured with a 1-year full warranty) so that it would not consume excess energy or resources. And I’m proud to say we accomplished our goal. Our warmers use no water. Think about how much water is needed for traditional turkey roaster-type appliances. With no water required, a typical 10-treatment room spa using our warmers can save up to 20,000 gallons of water each year!

In addition to saving water, the overall reduction in power use from our Himalayan Salt Stone Warmer compared to traditional roaster-type appliances is huge.
  • Heating the unit only uses 75-watts of power compared to 1,500-watt traditional roasters. A mere fraction of power normally consumed.
  • The 7-day timer provided allows for pre-heating/automatic shut-off, which helps limit excess power use.
  • The LED technology of the warmer delivers an estimated energy efficiency of 80 to 90% compared to traditional lighting sources. 

Additionally, we give $1 to charity: water, a non-profit organization bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing nations, with every treatment room kit ordered. This charity was selected because 100% of donations go directly to the field to fund water projects.

Globally, we support The Citizen Foundation (TCF) by distributing batwa, or makeup pouches, hand-crafted by women of the Himalayan Mountain region of Pakistan. TCF works to empower the women in this region and fight against child labor by giving children access to a promising future through education.
Be sure to know that we are celebrating World Water Day today and take an action all year long.

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