And when it comes to a cleaner New Zealand, we think protecting our water supply is a pretty good place to start.
We’re not just about systems. We’re about stewardship.
Not just for now, but for generations to come.
Water, it’s one of our most valuable but most wasted resources.
New Zealand may be mighty, but as a landmass we’re small.
And with water resources being key to many industries, we recognise that for a healthy economy we need to manage wastewater and runoff in a way that preserves the place we call home.
This is why we do what we do.
Since 2006, we have worked with architects, housing developers and business owners to add reliable wastewater solutions to their design and planning, helping them to build a sustainable future.
Jargon? Not here.
In an industry full of jargon, we’re all about clarity.
At WaterFlow, we’re here to support you from the first hello to installation and beyond:
- We don’t hide behind terminology: we’ll share our years of industry expertise (and passion for wastewater!) and give you honest advice without bias.
- We’re seriously helpful: You could say we know wastewater like the back of our hand. We’ll only recommend the best customised treatment solutions for your site and lifestyle.
- No hidden costs: just tailored solutions to meet your budget and a free site assessment.
- Ongoing support: Don’t be a stranger, let’s be partners in making our shared backyard more sustainable.
The WaterFlow Team
Ken joined the team early on, and helped develop the NaturalFlow system to what it is today. He loves to be hands on and has a wealth of site knowledge, no project is too difficult to take on. Got a commercial project? Ken handles all of these too.
Dean is the director of WaterFlow. Here from the beginning, Dean is passionate about sustainable solutions.
He’s also the head designer and is qualified to write reports for council consent, so is our encyclopaedia when it comes to local regulations throughout the country.
A go-getter, Caleb is all about doing things properly but efficiently, if your turnaround time is limited, Caleb will be your advocate. He’s also the go to person for architects, builders, and other specifiers.
Craig is the operations manager and is responsible for arranging all the installations. He’s always happy to help and if you need something done, he’s going to make sure it happens.
Having joined the WaterFlow team with the acquisition of Waipapa Tanks (where she was the main driver of the business for some time), Kerry runs the operations in Waipapa, ensuring everything is rolling smoothly.
Tracy is the helpful voice on the other end of the phone. No query is too simple or too hard, if she doesn’t have the answer, she knows how to get it.
Gerald is heavily involved in the research and development side of WaterFlow, and loves to see improvements. He also helps in the design and construction of one-off and commercial systems.
It all starts with your site
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Not sure what will work for you? Let us take a look.
Your site and dispersal field have the biggest say in which system will work best for you. Let our team take a look, either on site or via aerial mapping, and we can help you find a solution that works for you.