Xeros beads can be used 100’s of times before they need to be replaced and they never go down the drain. Better still, after replacement, the used beads will never be thrown away, and can be re-used in other industries that already deal with recycled polymer. The way we look at it is that Xeros borrows the beads from the polymer supply chain, puts them to good use in Xeros cleaning, and then puts them back without any incremental plastic production.
An incredible washing machine needs only a fraction of the water
— By Tyler Falk on February 20, 2014, 1:15 PM PST
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errmm like Microbeads?? Aren't they in the process of getting banned due to pollution concerns?? Very far from smart, SmartPlanet...
I hope this process works better than current front-loaders. I switched to one a couple of years ago. It doesn't clean clothes nearly as well as my top loader did, though I don't know if that's because of the HE detergent or the front loading washing process.
There's a washing machine that does not work with water at all: the TV (it's a Brainwashing machine).
I live in Pittsburgh. We have plenty of water. But the one side fits all bureaucrats in Washington will probably decide this is a good idea.
This same week I read that plastic beads in facial scrubs are causing problems in waterways. Great. I know they say the beads don't go down the drain.
That's wonderful. With today's advanced technology, everything seems possible. Can anyone imagined washing with a cup of water few years ago? Now it is getting possible. In this day and age, washing machines come with a variety of different features.