Let’s turn the tide on climate change
We feel the impact of climate change more and more each day. The availability of water plays a key role for the future of our planet. Water reserves are depleting, while abundant precipitation is causing a lot of damage.
Companies are now setting concrete targets for their energy, CO2 and water usage. Ekopak wants to help these companies turn the tide. How, you ask? By fully investing in innovative technologies for water recycling.
Why recycle water?
Today, factories use billions of litres of drinking water every hour. This water is then treated in a biological water treatment plant, and subsequently the waste water is discharged into streams and rivers. It flows into the sea and as such, it is lost. Desalination plants use tons of energy to pump the water back inland. That is not future-proof.
“Climate change is real.
Let’s do something about it together.“
Pieter Loose, CEO EKOPAK Sustainable Water
Reduce. Reuse. Revalue.
Companies – especially in water-intensive sectors such as food, textiles, pharmaceuticals and chemicals – have no choice but to find a sustainable solution. They run the risk of facing a so-called ‘blue-out’: running out of water at critical moments. Ekopak offers concrete solutions to reduce water consumption, purify waste water and recycle it into ultra-pure water. We call this sustainable process ‘Reduce. Reuse. Revalue.’ It results in a constant availability of water, which is essential for many businesses.
At Ekopak we believe that as a company we have a responsibility towards our employees, our society and our planet. We do not inherit the planet from our parents, we borrow it from our children.
Thanks to Ekopak, companies are stronger in dealing with Environmental, Social and Governance issues. We have joined forces with the global organisation Water.org, among others.
As a listed company, Ekopak wants to play a leading role in the recycling and valorisation of water. We offer our know-how and solutions internationally, because rational water use is of global relevance.
Water-as-a-Service (WaaS) is a service tailored to companies. They enjoy constant access to water of optimal quality, produced in a sustainable manner. We guarantee this by combining innovative technologies with alternative on-site water sources. The cost is lower than with a conventional water supply. Moreover, when companies choose Water-as-a-Service (WaaS), they only pay per litre for the water consumed. By opting for WaaS, our customers are guaranteed a carefree service, as we take care of everything from A to Z.
Innovative services and support for water recycling
At Ekopak we can only assume and live up to our responsibility if we have the right technologies at our disposal. That is why we are constantly on the lookout for technological innovations. Our engineers analyse each project individually and develop a tailor-made solution and service for our customers. Experienced technical teams install the equipment on site. This integrated approach ensures sustainable and cost-effective solutions. Thanks to constant monitoring and comprehensive support, we maintain operational reliability 24/7.
Find out more about our services and support
Industrial cooling systems are sensitive to corrosion and deposits of mineral and organic origin due.
Steam boilers and warm water systems are sensitive to corrosion and deposits.
Whether it is coolant, process agent, solvent or means of transport, just about every business uses water.
Apart from the aesthetic damage and direct costs, corrosion leads to enormous functional and production losses.
Ultrafiltration is a technique that removes bacteria and viruses from water.
Water can cause drinking water and tap water to be contaminated with the Legionella bacteria.
Water is precious and essential. It is the driving force behind all of nature, daily life and sports. For example, cyclists cannot perform without water. That is why Ekopak has signed up as one of the official Co-Title shirt sponsors of cycling team Deceuninck – Quick-Step from 2022 to 2024, also known as ‘The Wolfpack’.