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We empower people and organizations to save water and energy with smart and affordable water recycling products


We all need water. It’s a vital condition of life. But in a few years’ time, there won’t be enough water for the increasing world population. Our vision for the future? Use Water Twice.


Water recycling is the most efficient and affordable way to use less water. And the easiest way to recycle water is to clean it right where you use it – decentralized.


Hydraloop collects, cleans and re-uses the water from showers, baths, washing machines, handbasins and air conditioning units. Hydraloop water is clean, clear, safe, and disinfected. It can be re-used for toilet flushing, washing machines, garden irrigation and topping up swimming pools.


Hydraloop offers turn-key products and made to measure solutions for projects of any size. With Hydraloop, you can give water, our ‘Blue Gold’, a second life. Together, we can drastically reduce the world-wide water consumption.


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Save up to 45% on tap water and 45% on wastewater with clean, clear, safe, and disinfected Hydraloop water 

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Commercial Real Estate

Hydraloop future proofs buildings

and increases their value,

lowers the running expenses

for water and energy, and

reduces carbon footprint

Hotels & Lodges

Hydraloop lowers water and energy bills,

makes businesses more sustainable and less dependent on the grid, and contributes to

eco-conscious travel


Use cases

See how Hydraloop is used

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Andrea Volongo and Anne-Claire Josse live in an apartment on the 4th floor of a block of flats in Luxembourg with their 2 sons and daughter. The family completed the renovation of their two bathrooms in 2020. Read more


David Mertens and his 2 children moved into their new built home in Grimbergen, Belgium in 2019. Combining recycled water and rainwater, they use only 13 liters of water per person per day. Read more


Theo de Jong and Marike Kauer live in Leeuwarden, the Netherlands with their 4 sons. They moved into their newly built eco-house in July 2018. Read more

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&Beyond’s Sossusvlei Private Desert Lodges, Namibia, Africa

All luxury suites installed with Hydraloop units, serving each lodge with recycled water for the toilet flushing, topping up its private swimming pool and washing the dust off the solar panels. Read more

Petra Verboom runs Bed & Breakfast ‘the Boom Inn’ in Baambrugge, The Netherlands. The complete renovation of her early 20th century dike house was completed in 2019. Read more

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