Our vision: Building Recycle Ready. In 10 years’ time
every new building will have its own greywater recycling system
Founder Arthur Valkieser started Hydraloop based on an insight: “It’s absurd that in the 21st century people still keep flushing their toilets with precious water, as it is becoming scarcer every day.”
After installing one of the first prototypes of a decentral water recycling system in his own home, he became invested in water recycling. Valkieser spent years of research and development to create a compact, affordable, stylish, easy-to-use, low maintenance device that saves 45% on water usage and sewage emission, but also saves energy and reduces carbon footprint.
The challenge was to create a system that drastically reduces water usage without compromise on living comfort or personal hygiene. He brought first Hydraloop to market in 2017:
Within three years, Hydraloop installed its innovative systems in countries throughout Europe and Africa and gained international recognition for its sustainable approach.
At CES 2020, Hydraloop launched globally and had its worldwide breakthrough. Hydraloop was awarded as ‘Best of Innovation’ in the category ’Sustainability, Eco-design, and Smart Energy’ – and also won ‘Best Start-Up’, ‘Best Sustainable Product’, and the overall award ‘Best of the Best’, beating more than 4000 competitors in different categories.
Today, Hydraloop has extended its partner network over all continents. In the documentary Brave Blue World, the company is featured as one of the solutions to solve the worldwide water crisis. Hydraloop is based on the Water Campus in Leeuwarden, the Netherlands and at the Global Water Center in Milwaukee, United States.
Water recycling systems should become a standard item in every single home and building, just like climate control, solar panels, or heat pumps
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EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS
Hydraloop has exhibited at the following trade fairs