As a young man, he enjoyed reading through yellow boarder magazines National Geographic’s. Captured in the beauty and misery of our world yet despondent by the behaviour and attitude of society and communities towards our precious resources. Today, he sees himself as a designer, a designer that has created solutions for two of the biggest challenges we face in the world. Like a photographer in National Geographic, today he offers a new lens, a new perceptive a new attitude. He saves clients water and money through a unique gender neutral dry sanitation technology, and now they offer a special process to hygienically collect, store and treat the “liquidGold “ -urine to obtain a valuable resource for agriculture and reduce the net waste push-out by our cities, ports and schools and festivals. He's passionate about the vision of their company, their clients, their environment and their future generation.