Hydrasyst, a wastewater management company based in London, has secured a six-figure equipment finance loan from HSBC UK. The funding will be used to invest in cutting-edge equipment, including ceramic membrane and stainless-steel tooling, needed for the establishment of the infrastructure underpinning the wastewater management system of a £30m plant in Crawley in collaboration with one of the UK’s largest providers of linen and laundry services. The patented ceramic membrane filtration technology from Hydrasyst substantially lowers daily wastewater discharge by up to 70 per cent, hence preventing thousands of tonnes of carbon emissions annually.
Moreover, in line with the company’s expansion plan, Hydrasyst is committed to training and hiring ten people locally to operate and maintain the new system. The funding will also support community programs aimed at raising awareness about the positive impact of wastewater management on the environment. According to Kyle Wolff, managing director at Hydrasyst, this partnership is a significant milestone for the company, but his vision extends beyond this project as he plans to introduce Hydrasyst to similar sites in the UK and worldwide to become a leader in water technology and carbon reduction.
Campbell Chisholm, relationship manager at HSBC UK, expressed delight at supporting Hydrasyst in its future research and development projects to ensure effective wastewater management and recycling. Established in 2007, Hydrasyst is a recognised industry leader in water filtration and recycling for the textile industry.
In conclusion, Hydrasyst’s innovative technology and HSBC UK’s funding and support have enabled the company to take the first step towards advancing sustainable wastewater solutions and cementing its position as a leader in the water industry, committed to reducing carbon emissions and conserving the environment.