The management team driving Waterlevel’s current growth and operations include the same senior directors responsible for breaking into the monopoly water industry at the close of the 20th century. In order to challenge 20th century thinking and technology (much of which in fact recognisable from the 19th century) Waterlevel recognises the importance of research, development and innovation.
Our first sites have provided a home to research and trials examining evapotranspiration, extensive wetland treatment systems, the role of micro-topography in nutrient removal, teriary algae treatment to degrade pharmaceutical chemicals, the role of food waste disposal units in community energy generation and embedding recycled water in new build properties.
This forward-looking view also drives our ambitious emergency drought resilience [project]. Faced with increased severity and prevalence of dry weather Waterlevel is establishing an insurable emergency supply chain from sustainable overseas sources.
In parallel, we are continually seeking to champion disruptive innovation and technology which we believe we can assist in bringing to market