MAIN CHALLENGES IN THE UK
Water scarcity is not other countries problem! Water scarcity already affects every continent. Water use has been growing globally at more than twice the rate of population increase in the last century. Water scarcity can mean lack of availability due to physical shortage, or scarcity in access due to the failure of institutions and business to ensure regular supply or adequate infrastructure.
“If we don’t take action, many areas of England will face water shortages by 2050. We need water to survive; our businesses, industry and farmers need it for their continued prosperity; and our precious natural environment needs it to thrive.”
Emma Howard Boyd
Chair of the Environment Agency
We are providing a variety of sectors, including agriculture, more environmentally friendly, cost-effective, easily installed, flexible, long term water storage tanks.
DRINKING WATER INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT
2.2 billion people lack access to safely managed drinking water. This problem affects every continent. This issue is even more relevant right now since, without access to clean water, millions of people living in vulnerable areas are at risk of infectious diseases like COVID-19.
The UN states that to help mitigate the water crisis and increase the access to clean water storage infrastructure needs to be deployed. We believe that our product can reduce the gap and improve communities’ livelihoods.
FIRE MITIGATION PROGRAMMES
The massive and terrible wildfires that have been taking place in the last two years all over the world and the current one in Russia have pushed countries to take action. Australia and the EU have already approved legislation that demands landowners to install emergency water units to prevent fires. Access to remote locations is vital for this application; our product can be transported by pick-up truck, trucks, and helicopters.