Steamy Dishes

Dishwashing techniques are undergoing massive consideration for two factors, one the size and placement of the dishwashers and two, the consumption of energy and water. The Eco-Friendly Steam Dishwasher addresses both these issues in quite a fascinating way. As for the size and placement, it’s a counter-top version good enough for a small family or singletons. So no more bending to load the wash. For the Eco-friendly part hit the link.

As the title suggests, this dishwasher uses pressurized steam to dislodge food particles on dishes and sanitize them. A hearty rinse after the cleaning process gives you squeaky clean dishes!

Now for the Eco-friendly part. Since no detergents are used, there is less of “ozone depleting solvents” going around. The water used in the steam and rinsing is collected in the recycling bay and using “Membrane Technology” (read more info on this here), the grime and food particles are separated from the water. The clean water is recycled to be used again for the next wash.

Contaminated water, too harsh for reusing is discarded via an outlet and only then is a fresh load of water consumed.

Designer: Vincent Liew

Eco-Friendly Steam Dishwasher by Vincent Liew





  • Confucius says:

    Countertop is priceless real estate in any kitchen.
    Its not too bad and ticks alot of boxes but this cousin of those chrome rubbish bins with a semi-attached dead foetus birth defect will have a big battle for a spot.

    Oh I have square plates… And lets see a rendering with the drain/inlet hoses on a countertop. Coz, those hoses they’re u.g.l.y hey hey they ugly.

  • random viewer says:

    sounds like a great eco friendly design which could also save the user money, BUT the dish sizes and shape would need to be specific shapes and what about cutlery?

  • faye says:

    but what about the energy required to steam the water?

  • Tiffany says:

    Needs to be refined a bit but very nice! I would love one. Plus steam is eco-friendly!

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