Regardless of being in the developed or developing world, all nations are suffering from water poverty. Across the world, water sources will be shared between countries or regions. If we do not manage and protect our water sources, there will be growing conflicts. There’s so much reason to do something about it. The current dominant solution is based upon over 100 years of design. Centralised solutions are complex, expensive and execution takes long. Almost impossible to retrofit and new infrastructure costs are not viable. 60-80% of the costs involved are linked to water networks, sewage pipes and drainage systems. They also use a lot of energy and chemicals. Sludge generation and disposal is also an issue. Most importantly centralised solutions create an ecological imbalance. We are pioneers and specialise in the decentralised and integrated management of water, wastewater and environmental solutions. We work with those who are affected by water scarcity, shortages and quality issues and have the ability to pay as well as we work with those are affected and do not have the ability to pay. We are built on the principles of creating shared value. Gap in the market and personal experiences with water shortage, quality and scarcity were also a key driver.