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Small tweaks and a big passion to save water

Could a little plastic doohickey change our water habits? We talked to Antony about the work with the water saving nozzle, trials and errors and what one dry summer in Sweden taught him
about how water is distributed around the world.

 
 
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It looks like a very simple product, but to mass produce this product is another game. It is a little bit of science and innovation, and then some trial and error. We are quite passionate about getting this nozzle spot on,” says Antony
 
 
 
Antony Smith (Left) Kaj Mickos ( Right )

Antony Smith (Left) Kaj Mickos ( Right )

 
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Anthony Smith , New Product Development Engineer IKEA of Sweden AB and MISTELN Head of Production - Manuel Otero Quevedo

Anthony Smith , New Product Development Engineer IKEA of Sweden AB and MISTELN Head of Production - Manuel Otero Quevedo

 
 
 
 
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MISTELN Head of Production - Manuel Otero Quevedo

MISTELN Head of Production - Manuel Otero Quevedo

 
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