AQUA4D connects the dots between sustainable resource use, land restoration, and responsible production. For us, sustainable business means increasing growth and output while decreasing the impact on the environment. We truly believe this is achievable.
Improving water use efficiency
“The responsible use of water resources is imperative to a more sustainable future and dealing with climate adaptation and water scarcity. AQUA4D® technology encourages this, improving water use efficiency while saving resources and contributing to many of the UN’s SDGs. We are proud to be at the forefront of a greener future.”
Javier Meyer, Chief Sustainability Officer (CSO)
Circular Sustainability: exponential payoffs
Key to a more sustainable future is our concept of Circular Sustainability. Just as a circular economy aims to redefine economic growth, we believe the efficient treatment of water can have exponential payoffs throughout our ecosystems.
Precision Irrigation for all
Water scarcity and the price of resources varies from country to country. With proven results from Argentina to Zimbabwe, our technology helps growers across the world on the way to higher yields, increased profits, and less resources.
With our favorable financing program, these benefits are within the reach of more producers than ever before – fusing sustainability with economic efficiency.
Contributing to the SDGs
AQUA4D is pleased to fulfil a total of 11 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set out by the United Nations.
Covering everything from responsible production to clean energy to addressing water scarcity, here’s how our company addresses sustainability in everything we do.
Partners in Sustainability
We work in close contact with organizations and institutions promoting sustainable development, responsible use of resources, and environmental protection.
“With manufacturing in-house at our Swiss headquarters, we can take full control of our production processes, ensuring optimal quality and efficiency. After installation of new solar panels covering our roof, we have on average been generating more energy per year than we consume.”
Forging a sustainable future
“Today many countries lack good quality water, the global population is expected to reach 10 billion by 2050. Meanwhile, soil is being degraded and this is part of climate change. At current rates, we will not be able to feed the world population. We absolutely need innovative technology and cleantech to meet this challenge and produce more with fewer resources.”
Eric Valette, CEO