Home grown name in water solutions makes waves

Monday, 16 July, 2007

An Australian owned and run water technology provider has caught the wave of industry growth, announcing its third major acquisition in 18 months.

Brisbane-based Noblewater has acquired IBC Water, specialist providers of water filtration and conditioning products for commercial, residential and industrial use.

Managing director of Noblewater, John Noble, said the acquisition will position Noblewater to take on foreign-owned competition in the marketplace.

Noble said he believes investment in innovative and proven technology is critical to overcoming the current water crisis.

"I saw an opportunity to deliver the solutions Australia needs by supporting the development of specialist companies like IBC, A1 and ATS, under one all-Australian company banner.

"Our forward plan is to grow our role in providing some of Australia's biggest water users with more sustainable options for water use.

"This includes the full range of water technology services, such as recycling, filtration, and reclamation."

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