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Scientists and engineers have often turned to the natural world to find solutions to various complex and simple problems. Why re-engineer a solution from scratch, when nature has clearly refined the process through a series of trial and error events throughout it’s 4 billion year history?

Nature is obviously a great source for learning and one of the best R&D labs ever created. No wonder our ancestors used to look up to nature to understand about life itself. Our ancient scriptures are filled with hymns devoted to nature, as we treated nature as God in many instances.

But unfortunately, humans are the most polluting species. Earth is very good at recycling waste, but we are generating far more than earth can cope with. Pollution occurs at different levels and it doesn’t just impact our planet; it impacts all species, including mankind, who dwell on it.. Birds, frogs, big cats, caribou, sea otters and multitudes of other animals and plants are going extinct. The climate is undergoing radical and unpredictable change. Nuclear radiation, carbon-based pollution and other toxins are increasing.

Swiss Environmental Technology AG (S.E.T.)

From the nature for the nature


20 years basic research in the field of biotechnology have revealed an extensive knowledge package of answers to the challenges of modern society in the field of environment and energy.

All solutions and answers are based on the solutions nature provides itself, without any genetic manipulation or modification.

It’s interesting to note that modern humans have been around for a very long time and lived for much of it without causing much irreparable damage to the environment. However, over exploitation and pollution have started affecting the environment negatively over the last few centuries.

So, now it became the high time for human beings to take the  ‘right’ action towards saving the earth from major environmental  issues. If ignored today, these ill effects are sure to curb human existence in the near future.