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Partnerships are built on trust. Same holds true for the relationships we have with our clients. Thanks to the open and honest approach of doing business, we can rely on our local partners and as such handle projects worldwide, providing much more than just clean drinking water solutions. The benefits for our clients? Wherever we should receive an inquiry today – one of our partners is already on site.
Wilo – Pioneering for You. A worldwide leading manufacturer of high-tech pumps and energy-efficient pumps and pump systems, Wilo has a wide-ranging presence on every continent. Thanks to this partnership we have access to high-quality and together we provide sustainable solutions in water supply and purification systems. A win-win partnership in every respect.Learn more on https://wilo.com
Setting milestones in waste water treatment sector, the Made in Germany technology of ATB has been awarded several awards for its high quality visionary thinking. Waste water utilisation is an integral part of the water cycle. With our clients and the environment in mind, we address the benefits of water recycling.Learn more on http://www.kleinklaeranlagen-aquamax.de
PRO Energie AG, our long-time partner in the photovoltaic sector, supports us in development and implementation of autonomous energy concepts needed for our drinking water treatment systems. Early integration of PRO Energie AG in our design planning provides us with precisely tailored power supply & storage solutions from a single source.Learn more on http://www.pro-energie-ag.de
Since 2015 we participate regularly in exchange of information with the members and allied organisations of the German WASH Network and take part in their group wide events and training sessions.
As part of a conducted study “2+6=17 Linking WASH and Nutrition” we participated in meaningful discussions with its coordinators, on a shared vision of a closer collaboration among the network partners in the future project tenders as well as, inviting experts from various NGOs. Contrary to the current practice, where the majority of NGOs try to cover just about every area of expertise in attempt to secure their own funding (stretching of one’s capacity among additional divisions). There are various visible advantages in implementation of the proposed Matrix organisational structure within the project process: more expertise, less interfaces, more transparency resulting in easier financial viability.