Daily Markup #996: Hydroleap powers CYCLEAN to bring clean water to local communities in the Philippines, the chemical-free way

Photo credit: Water & Wastewater Asia

Cleaning up a crisis

  • Approximately 11 million families in the Philippines lack access to clean water. Adding to this water crisis are industries consuming large amounts of freshwater and generating polluted wastewater.
  • Diving in to solve this challenge is 500-backed cleantech company Hydroleap, which will power CYCLEAN, the flagship product of Biocare Health Resources, an in-vitro diagnostics (IVD) distributor in the country.
  • CYCLEAN is a chemical-free wastewater treatment that meets regulatory effluent standards, minimizes environmental impact, and advances sustainable water management across various industries in the Philippines.
  • This is Hydroleap’s first entry into the country, where the team will bring their technologies to local communities.
  • They will also tap into healthcare establishments such as government hospitals, barangay clinics, and mobile hospitals, as well as F&B establishments (from small cafes to MNCs), retail centers, and hospitality companies.
  • Founder & CEO Dr. Mohammad (Moh) Sherafatmand shared that the company aims to leverage industry best practices in water and wastewater treatments to help alleviate the water stress in the country.
  • “Coupled with Biocare’s commitment to sustainability and providing local insights, we hope to set new benchmarks in water conservation efforts in the Philippines,” he added.
  • Read the full story here.


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