Hydroflux HUBER joins with EPCO Australia

Tuesday, 05 December, 2017

Hydroflux HUBER joins with EPCO Australia

The Hydroflux Group of water treatment companies has announced the launch of Hydroflux Epco — a brand combining wastewater innovator Hydroflux HUBER with EPCO Australia, one of Australia’s longest standing water companies.

Hydroflux HUBER has been dedicated to providing wastewater technology and processes to Australian water authorities and councils for many years. EPCO Australia has meanwhile been a supplier of clarifiers, anaerobic digester equipment and package sewage treatment plants throughout Australia, PNG and the Torres Strait Islands for over 50 years.

“The HUBER and Epco businesses have installation experience and over 1000 references throughout the Australian and Pacific region dating back to the 1960s, as well as exclusive access to the latest world-leading wastewater technology and processes,” said Hydroflux CEO Adrian Minshull.

“EPCO Australia also designs, manufactures and installs equipment in all categories of the managed water cycle.”

As Hydroflux Epco, this combined powerhouse will provide a wide range of wastewater treatment technologies that incorporates Epco’s technologies for the municipal, industrial and mining markets. According to Minshull, “Combining these two well-known businesses under one banner will enable us to deliver unrivalled experience, expertise, support and services to both existing and new customers.

“It will also enable us to play a bigger role in supporting sewage treatment plant contractors and making further inroads into the mining and resources sectors, which are very strategic markets for the Hydroflux Group,” he said.

“In essence, combining Hydroflux HUBER and EPCO Australia under one banner gives the market access to a one-stop shop for a complete range of products and services across the entire treatment process.”

Hydroflux will continue its exclusive partnerships with HUBER Technology, AEROSTRIP and Organica Water.

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