Hydroflux’s Partnership with Love Mercy: Transforming Lives Through Clean Water Initiatives in Uganda
May 24, 2023
At Hydroflux, our commitment to creating positive change and collaborating with communities and organisations worldwide has always been of utmost importance to us. In 2021, we forged a partnership with Love Mercy Australia to address the critical need for village wells in rural Northern Uganda. It was a pleasure to have Founding Director Julius Achon visit our headquarters in Sydney, where he shared his captivating life story and impressive achievements, leaving a profound impact on everyone present. Alongside co-founder Eloise Wellings and CEO Rebecca Lloyd, Julius presented the remarkable outcomes of Hydroflux’s donations to the Well Worth It program.
Over the past 12 months, our contributions to Love Mercy have facilitated the construction of 18 wells, bringing clean and drinkable water to over 18,000 people. Witnessing the tangible results of our donations has been both gratifying and inspiring for our team.
As we move forward, we remain dedicated to upholding our commitment to making a positive impact through our ongoing partnership with Love Mercy. Together, we strive to continue supporting their remarkable work and contribute to the betterment of communities in need.
The Hydroflux Group consist of eleven specialist companies that aim to deliver the highest level of engineering and scientific know-how to the emerging issues of sustainability, climate adaptation and environmental protection with a specific focus on water and wastewater.
As part of its vision and mission, Hydroflux has always taken its climate responsibility seriously. In 2022, Hydroflux became Australia’s first water treatment and technology company to achieve Climate Active carbon neutral certification for its organisation and products. It knows that partnering with customers and clients is the most significant impact it can have in its journey.
The Group employs over 100 staff and operates throughout Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands, with office locations in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Auckland, Suva and Portsmouth.