Are you looking for a partner to help provide access to clean water to some of the millions of people in underserved communities? Then you have come to the right place. Because we have given ourselves the challenge to solve this in SafeWater.
We are a business unit working towards Grundfos’ ambition of reaching 300 million people in 2030 with access to drinking water.
Did you know?
1/3 of the world’s population lack access to safely managed drinking water. This calls for action. Now.
Who is SafeWater?
SafeWater is a strategic business unit in Grundfos. We strive to create lasting impact by transforming underserved communities through commercially viable smart water solutions that contribute towards a better future for all.
We collaborate closely with some of the world’s leading humanitarian and development aid organisations. We also partner up with local distributers, service partners, industries, energy service providers, banks and financing institutions, investors and governments. We predominately operate in East and West Africa, South East Asia and the Middle East – and often in remote locations.
We support the entire value chain
We tie together all activities because it is an end-to-end journey. So along with offering pumps and water solutions, we actively work with local delivery, our global footprint, trainings, installation and service.
This means we support from the moment a water need is identified until a system is in the ground - and still working 10 years later. And we do this through our public and private sectors partners, across sectors and within Grundfos.
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Always striving to make an impact
Watch how Grundfos designed a solar pumping system that doesn't depend on the electricity grid. Through this unique and efficient solar system, we were able to ensure consistent and reliable water supply in the Kashmir valley in India.
Pump swap brings water to 700 people in Madagascar
A single handpump prone to breakdowns was the only source of water for a school in Atsimo Andrefana until, in partnership with Adra International, SafeWater replaced the ineffective handpump with an SQFlex mini. The swap brought drinking water and water for irrigation to the students and 150 surrounding households.
How we do business
By 2030 it is Grundfos’ ambition to have reached 300 million people with drinking water. This is in line with the Sustainable Development Goals 6 and our purpose of pioneering solutions to the world’s water and climate challenges - and to improve people’s quality of life.
We serve the underserved communities
- Remote villages
- Urban communities
- Farming communities
- Refugee camps
- Small business’s
We solve the challenges of our partners
- Lack of infrastructure
- No economies of scale
- Inaccessible water
- Low technical knowhow
We solve the challenges of our end users
- Inability to pay for water
- Long distances to water sources
- Poor water quality
- Unsustainable water systems
Meet our director, Pia Yasuko Rask, and hear her thoughts on what we aim to achieve in SafeWater:
“We are very results orientated and care about the impact in the end.”
Pia Yasuko Rask
Senior Director, SafeWater
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The SafeWater Dialogue is a quarterly newsletter aimed to engage like-minded water providers across industries and countries. By sharing learnings and discussing challenges with our partners, our ambition is to collaborate towards developing better water solutions.
SafeWater also offers monthly online webinars that explore our various products and applications, from our Renewables range to irrigation solutions. Attending our webinars allows you to hear directly from Grundfos Specialists and cover topics such as sizing, installation, operation and maintenance.
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