Walk the Talk - Ultrapure

Turning words into action – walking the talk – is required in our work and commitment to questions of sustainability. At Linköping University we take these words extremely seriously, with our measures to ensure sustainability and efficient energy use.

We have chosen to showcase this work in an exhibition of the same name – Walk the Talk – at both Campus Valla and Campus Norrköping.

The exhibition is public, free of charge, and accessible all year round. Follow the exhibition pathway by following the points marked on the map at each campus.

 Map over the exhibition Walk the Talk - station Ultrapure, Campus Valla.Map over the exhibition Walk the Talk - station Ultrapure, Campus Valla. Photo credit LiU-Tryck

Map with coordinates


Location: Campus Valla, A Building

Ultrapure water

Ultrapure water is ordinary water that has been purified from chalk, chlorine, minerals, heavy metals and other contaminants. The cleaning process changes the properties of the water such that it becomes “hungry water in imbalance”, which dissolves and absorbs dirt in order to restore its balance.

Ultrapure water is produced from ordinary tapwater, which means that the need for transport and packaging is low. In the same way, problems with allergies are also reduced.

Bild tagen för utställningen Walk the Talk. Photo credit Magnus Johansson

Walk the Talk