Watersave Australia has recently moved to new premises in Belrose to accommodate the needs of the growing business and an expanding workforce.  

Managing Director Paul Marsh says that he started the company with an aim to build a successful business, which would make a difference to Australia’s water conservation and commercial water management.  

The 8-year-old company has successfully established itself in the Australian water management market to support the new wave of green building initiatives by delivering sustainable water conservation management services.  

Paul Marsh adds that their growing number of employees in their Sydney office, Melbourne’s satellite office and the new Belrose premises will help the company provide existing and future business partners with the products and support they require for sustainable business practices and sound water management solutions.  

Watersave Australia’s Uridan waterless urinals are helping several organisations save millions of litres of water and are regularly specified by property owners, architects, plumbers as well as building designers to manage water usage while also providing a stunning Danish design product.  

The award-winning SmartMeter system designed and developed by Watersave Australia provides businesses with instant access to accurate water usage data for analysis, improved water management and sustainability reporting.  

In addition to viewing water usage data online via a secure website, SmartMeter users can check base flows, water usage patterns and abnormal usage caused by leaks or faulty equipment for quick rectification so that excessive water wastage and increasing utilities costs can be avoided.  

Watersave’s new office is located at 6/20 Narabang Way in Belrose, just 30km north of the Sydney CBD.