UK Government Plans To Ban Wet Wipes

Wet Wipes Saved From Oceans & Sewers: 1 401 349

SATU Laboratory @ Slush

We are taking part of Slush, Europe’s leading startup event, from Nov 30–Dec 1 in Helsinki. Slush connects startups & tech talent with top-tier international investors, executives and media. Visit us @Estonian stand near Green Stage!

Estonian start-up competes with large companies for international innovation award

The Estonian start-up SATU Laboratory rubbed shoulders with much larger companies in a prestigious international innovation competition held in Brussels last night with its product Gel Wipe, which is designed for the cleaning and moisturizing of bottoms.

UK water companies declare war on „flushable“ wet wipes

Wessex Water and environmental groups have started a campaign to ban advertisements of “flushable” wet wipes. Many reports have shown that “flushable” wet wipes dont’ decompose and cause blockages in pipes and sewage systems. The problem is so severe that they even have special name for it – a Fatberg. UK water companies spend over £81 million on nearly 400.000 blockages each year, 80% of which are caused by wet wipes.  

SATU Laboratory in Singapore

We are taking part of the official visit of the Estonian minister of entrepreneurship Mrs. Liisa Oviir and accompanying business delegation to Singapore on 5th to 10th September 2016. If you are interested in meeting us in Singapore, then send an email to or call +372 5070 089.

Hygiene where it counts

It’s not always an easy subject to talk about but high standards in personal hygiene after going to the toilet will make sure that you keep yourself healthy, fresh and germ-free.

SATU Laboratory among finalists of a global innovation competition

Estonian startup SATU Laboratory has come out with an innovative product called Gel Wipe, designed for cleaning butt area. What makes it innovative is that you can use it with nearly any kind of toilet paper without worrying that the paper might break. In addition, it does not clog pipes or pollute the environment when deposited in the environment.

SATU in national TV news

Yesterday, SATU founder Siim talked about gel wipe innovation in national TV news show Reporter.

Survey shows that bad personal hygiene is disgusting

A new survey of Irish workers has revealed that poor personal hygiene was found to be the most irritating characteristic between colleagues.

The survey conducted by office supplier Viking, discovered that 64 percent of the workers found smelly colleagues irritating, followed closely by those who spoke loudly on the phone (60 percent) and those who used foul language (30 percent).

EAS supports SATU Laboratory

EAS has decided to support SATU Laboratory with €15 000 under start-up grant program to develop SATU Laboratory’s gel wipe business. Project end date is 20.05.2017. Start-up grant program is co-funded by European Regional Development Fund.