The vision of iWater is to optimally innovate and integrate their scientific knowledge and networks to recover and restore the world’s natural resources for future generations.
Welcome to iWater
iWater is a leading technology company focused on the management of microbial metabolic dynamics, which represents the new wave associated with the treatment of pollutants.
The group has extensive knowledge, know-how, and skills in this area. Together with their local and international strategic partners, they are well-positioned to deal with the major challenges faced by especially developing countries (including South Africa), in reinstating quality to the reuse of natural resources
More than 20 Yearsof understanding nature
In-house testingTreatability demonstrations
Strategic & Effectivefor our clients
We Are Trusted By World Leading Companies
Strategic alliances have been formed with leading national and international best-practice groups to provide environmental solutions and exciting new products.
These alliances allow for a comprehensive global footprint and a diverse range of like-minded experts in environmental management and consulting.
2020: National Geographic Grant and film documentary: SA principle group on searching the subsurface for novel bacteria and an enigmatic worm.
2019: Top Intellectual Property Creator, received from the Department of Science and Technology awarded by NIPMO.
2018/9: Finalist and winner of the GROUNDSWELL Africa, Fetola, and JP Morgan Business Growth of Professionals Programme.
2018/9: Finalist and overall runner-up: GCIP (Global Cleantech) Innovation Programme and Best women-led team: GCIP (Global Cleantech) Innovation Programme.
2018: Winner of the CleanTech Division presentations at the South Africa Innovation Summit in Cape Town.
2018: Presenting a lecture series on the application and exploration of novelties in microbial communities – JIS University and India Coal Industry, Kolkata.
2018: Keynote presentation on South African Deep Mine projects at the inaugural symposium of the new International Centre for Deep Life Investigation at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China, followed by the Deep Life community meeting.