Sustainability at Waer Waters

Sustainable business, or better business by consciously dealing with available energy, is another topic that we have started to focus on more in recent years. We realized we hadn't really made this public yet. That's a shame, because you might be wondering what sustainable initiatives your favorite wellness is implementing to help the environment. We'd like to take you on a sustainable tour of our complex and introduce you to a slightly more technical aspect of Waer Waters. We hope you find this "behind-the-scenes" aspect as interesting as our facilities themselves.

Bath linen Romi

We purposefully chose a bath linen supplier that reduces its environmental footprint year after year. Romi Laundry Services has therefore been awarded the VOKA Charter Sustainable Enterprise. And we are rightly proud of it.

Conical cups

As we're sure you've noticed, the days are getting shorter and darker. So, ideal sauna weather, if you ask us. The sauna's warmth falling over your shoulders like a lovely blanket. We're all in the habit of drinking more and staying hydrated in the summer, but hydration is still important during a sauna visit even in the winter.

As a result, we have several drinking locations in the wellness area that serve flavored water in cone-shaped cardboard cups. Environmentally friendly and designed so that you don't have to carry them around the wellness area due to their shape.

Recyclable bag

Only transparent bags are permitted in the wellness area. Did you know you can get a reusable Waer Waters bag? You can easily store extra towels, books, or sunscreen in this manner and take it with you wherever you go.


The benefit of reusable bags is, of course, that they are reusable. Your reusable Waer Waters bag will last for years and is environmentally friendly.


5.7 liters. That is the amount of water that flows away after using the restroom. We can now reduce this decrease somewhat, but it is still a significant number of liters. Most of the time, it is simply drinking water. Water from the tap that you and I drink or cook with. That's why we decided to do things differently at Waer Waters. Our toilets were all fed by rainwater. This not only slows down the wear and tear process, but it is also much better for the environment. Perhaps an idea for your own home?


Waer Waters is a company that requires a lot of heat. Consider the more than 15 baths and 20 saunas we provide you with every day. A CHP, or combined heat and power unit, produces that heat. This produces electricity as well as heat. The use of a CHP provides three major benefits: lower fuel consumption, lower CO2 emissions, and lower energy costs.