AquaVenture merges with WaterSeer to create the largest clean water and water filtration resource on the internet
Approximately 2.2 billion people worldwide do not have safely managed drinking water services
AquaVenture has officially merged with WaterSeer effective immediately. The two companies have partnered to create the Internet’s largest clean water and water filtration resource for people seeking honest information about one of the world’s most valuable natural resources.
According to UNICEF, approximately 2.2 billion people worldwide do not have safely managed drinking water services. There is a massive lack of clean, potable water available to people, and it’s not just a problem for developing countries.
In the United States, more than 60 million people live without clean water and sanitation. People without clean, safe drinking water are vulnerable to waterborne diseases.
It’s hard for many Americans to believe, but there are people in cities across the country who live in homes that aren’t connected to sewer lines. The boiling sewage infests the area’s drinking water, creating a major health problem for other residents. Unfortunately, many communities face this problem and local governments are unwilling to solve the problem.
AquaVenture is a multinational provider of Water-as-a-Service solutions. These solutions provide customers with a clean and cost-effective source of drinking water.
WaterSeer provides customers with the latest information on a variety of topics regarding the installation of drinking water filtration to solve problems with a water filter. Both companies will continue to provide customers with important information to help them make the best decision for themselves and their families.
The merger will allow AquaVenture and WaterSeer to help customers protect their families from unsafe drinking water and poor sanitation. The companies are committed to ensuring clean and healthy drinking water for every household. Working together, AquaVenture and WaterSeer provide the best resources needed to ensure the safety and availability of the world’s most valuable resource.