Water is a precious commodity. At Aquacell we're committed to preserving it.
We build and operate water recycling plants around Australia for business, industry and government.
Our systems for both greywater or blackwater recycling can be retrofitted to existing structures or integrated into a new development. Once installed they can be remotely monitored 24 hours, seven days per week by expert Aquacell staff.
Established in 1996 by CEO Colin Fisher, Aquacell is an Australian-owned company that has conducted extensive research and development both locally and overseas. Colin Fisher is a qualified chemical engineer and has many years experience in the water industry both in Australia and in the United States.
Colin is passionate about water conservation and he and his senior staff are very knowledgeable about the water industry including each Australian state and territory's regulatory requirements.
Aquacell's focus is on non-potable (non-drinking) water for use in a variety of applications including surface irrigation, clothes washing and toilets. Aquacell's plants recycle greywater which is water discharged from showers, baths, basins and washing machines; and blackwater which is any water that has been contaminated with water discharged from a toilet.
The modular nature of Aquacell’s water recycling plants means that they can be used in small scale commercial developments right up to large residential multi-dwelling developments. Aquacell's system can be expanded as the development grows saving the government from constructing a large centralised plant before the first house is even built.