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11. NOV. 2020

Welcome to the team, Lisa!


Once again we welcome a guest from the Bergische Universität of Wuppertal.
Lisa studies Industrial Design in the 7th semester. In preparation for her bachelor's degree, she will accompany our projects for the next 4 months and thereby get to know the daily work routine of a design agency.

Welcome to unyt.berlin! We are looking forward to the exciting time together despite the special conditions!



04. NOV. 2020

Together with WILO SE, we have developed the world's smallest and lightest wastewater lifting unit currently available on the market for the private sector.


The "Wilo-DrainLift SANI-S" system, which is part of the development of a complete lifting unit family, is used wherever (faecal) wastewater cannot be fed into the sewer system via the natural decline.

A strong focus was placed on the consideration of WILO SE's sustainability strategy, which is based on the "Sustainable Development Goals" of the United Nations. To implement this strategy, the size and weight were reduced in order to save resources and to make the logistic handling more efficient. In addition, attention was paid during development to design detachable joining techniques and the use of single-variety materials. Thus many components and assemblies can be easily exchanged and, if necessary, recycled. The comprehensive use of components within the product family not only reduces production costs, but also the ecological footprint.

During the process, great attention was also paid to usability, transportation, installation and maintenance are particularly easy and fast thanks to the user-friendly structure. In addition, the company-specific product language and the first-time use of the brand color in this segment significantly improved the transport of the brand throughout the entire series.



14. OKT. 2020

With an impressive number of more than 1,500 participants, the resource efficiency and environmental service congress "KONGRESS BW" was brought to a very positive conclusion last week.


We are therefore pleased that our presentation on the implementation of eco-design guidelines within the product development process was shown there. We were also able to participate in the digital panel discussion. For us, it was a thoroughly positive event with a divers programme, exciting topics and interesting speakers, and fortunately very few technical complications.

We would like to thank the State Agency for Environmental Technology and Resource Efficiency of Baden-Württemberg for organising the event and keep our fingers crossed for the next event, which will possibly take place in hybrid form due to the positive response.