“Technology is available to solve our current water crisis. The key ingredient is action.”
Growing demand for water, increasing pollution, and poor treatment systems are making water scarcity a global reality - over 1 in 4 now lack access to safe drinking water.²
Sustainable water management - through efficient water use and treatment - offers a clear opportunity to mitigate this water crisis.
The market opportunity
Sustainable water management is expected to be a $1 trillion investment opportunity by 2025,¹⁵ with every $1 invested returning almost $7 on average.¹⁶
Through our Systems-Based Investment approach, we consider investments throughout the water supply value chain:
Drashta unlocks access to game-changing solutions.
Industry-leading wastewater treatment
A patented, automated and biology-free wastewater treatment technology, enabling over 90% water recovery from the food and beverage industry while generating renewable energy.
Proprietary water desalination and industrial wastewater treatment technology, using low temperature evaporation to convert seawater to pure water at a 98% conversion rate, without chemicals or filters.
Atmospheric water generation
A unique solar and air panel that produces drinkable water from the atmosphere, generating 4-10 litres per day.
Investing in Water Security contributes towards 8 of the Sustainable Development Goals:
Increasing access to clean and affordable water supply will ensure reduction in diseases, deaths, and global health risks.
Innovative water solutions help reduce the disproportionate burden on women in terms of safety and health, and empower them to be household decision-makers.
Solutions that ensure the basic human right to water and sanitation will reduce the spread of epidemics, reduce water scarcity, and restore water-related ecosystems.
Sustainable water management and treatment practices will help increase ecosystem resilience to disasters and reduce economic losses.
Sustainable wastewater management and distribution, through recycling and reuse, will ensure inclusive allocation and efficient use of natural resources.
Smarter water systems, from procurement to disposal, will reduce the energy consumption and carbon footprint per person.
More conscious and affordable water treatment processes will reduce effluent discharges from industrial water pollution and the resultant damage to marine ecosystems.
Water-related agri-tech innovations will reduce the consumption of freshwater, protect biodiversity, and reduce GHG emissions.