blueplanet is green. We concentrate on environmentally sustainable, future orientated technologies which are applied in the fields of hygiene, water and food. From the start and to its full extend, ESG is part of our growth. We act in the interest of our environment; we are social, and we follow all subjects to a sustainable and responsible corporate governance.

The resource everything revolves around at blueplanet is water, as our most important and most valuable good of the future. It is more important than ever, to protect and reprocess this resource.

One quarter of the world’s population has no access to clean drinking water. Food shortage, hygienic ills and diseases are the consequences. Meanwhile our groundwater is being further contaminated along with wasting on a large scale and missing opportunities of reprocessing.

blueplanet allows a more careful and ecological responsible handling of our blue planet, through innovative technological developments. Water hygiene and -treatment, highly efficient ecological disinfection, specific use in agriculture and health preparations for humans and animals are equally fields of application as nebulization for sterile indoor environments.

Our verified solutions are highly effective and non-residue, protect our environment and are able to provide clean drinking water for everyone in the future.


Alexander Lattmann, CEO & CVO

Alexander Lattmann is a lawyer, business architect, investor and visionary entrepreneur. He founded his first company in 2006. He started his professional career as a lawyer at an internationally operating law- and management consulting firm, focusing on M&A, restructuring and corporate law.

As a managing director at an investment banking house in Frankfurt/Main, he was responsible for the corporate finance team, before establishing his own consulting company in the year 2012. As the founder of his corporate group blueplanet, he pursues the aim to combine ecological and economic interests along with his commitment to the protection and sustainable benefit of our planet.


Supervisory Board

Dr. Alexander Juschus, Chairman of the Supervisory Board

Dr. Alexander Juschus is Managing Partner of Governance & Values GmbH.

He studied law in Mannheim and Heidelberg. His dissertation on “Shareholder Engagement” inspired him to develop the business model of proxy voting in Germany.

As the person responsible for Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS), he built up their German-speaking business. In 2006 he founded IVOX together with former colleagues to advance corporate governance in general and proxy voting in particular in Europe.

Dr. Alexander Juschus was chairman of the “Shareholder Rights Committee” at the “International Corporate Governance Network – ICGN” for six years and in this function also responsible for commenting on various legislative initiatives. He regularly gives lectures at various universities (e.g. Hamburg School of Business Administration, University of St. Gallen).

Dieter Herkenrath, dep. Chairman of the Supervisory Board

Dieter Herkenrath is a tax consultant and investor.

In the early 1990s he opened his own tax consultancy office in Bergisch-Gladbach, before taking over an office in Cologne.

Many years of experience in supporting small and medium-sized enterprises and the focus on teamwork in the sector of start-ups, distinguish his professional vita. His focus on business-oriented consulting of companies in most diverse branches paired with his experience are a great enrichment for blueplanet.

Dr. Josef Feldhaus,
Member of the Supervisory Board

Josef Feldhaus is a graduated physicist.

Since 2005 Dr. Josef Feldhaus was head of the FLASH-Group at the German Electron Synchrotron DESY in Hamburg and responsible for the operation and further development of the world’s first free electron laser in the X-ray range, at which scientists from all over the world experiment. He was, inter alia, member of the Scientific Advisory Council of the Helmholtz-Centrum Berlin (HZB) and of the Facility Advisory Committee of the X-ray laser project LCLD in Stanford, USA. Currently he is a member of the Photon Science Advisory Committee of the Paul-Scherrer-Institute (PSI), Villingen, Switzerland.