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Water treatment pioneer AQUA4D secures major growth investment

Wednesday 22 June 2022

AQUA4D has already installed its solutions over 5,000 times in 43 countries. | © AQUA4D

To meet a growing demand and accelerate its growth, AQUA4D has received funding to help with R&D efforts, production scale-up and further expansion into new markets.

For many years, Aqua4D has been developing innovative solutions supporting sustainable development by optimizing water efficiency and reducing chemical discharges in several industrial sectors. By 2022, its "made in Valais" products have been installed over 5,000 times in 43 countries.

Nowadays, the environmental situation is challenging : spiraling populations and water demand coupled with soil degradation and a changing climate. At the same time, there is much more awareness of sustainable and regenerative approaches than there was 20 years ago.

This means AQUA4D is seeing more interest than ever, from more places and industries than ever, and has become established as the most efficient water treatment solutions provider – without chemicals or consumables – on the market.

The significant new injection of funds from France-based Abaque Finance will enable AQUA4D to fulfill its potential in some major markets with high demand for the Valais-based company’s clean technology, as well as upscaling R&D and innovative product development.

Numerous innovation and development perspectives

In 2023, the company anticipates the release of a brand-new innovation for large-scale pivot irrigation, which will result in huge water savings. Later in 2022, new branch offices and enlarged teams in California and Chile will help further serve current and future clients in the Americas.

Eric Valette, CEO of AQUA4D, said: “The need for our technology has never been greater, and new investment will help us reach a new level through smart recruitment, R&D expansion, and market penetration. We look forward to working with Abaque Finance as they share our philosophy and vision for a sustainable future.”

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