Wastewater treatment options in New Zealand

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When Hydroflux was founded, the intention was to quickly establish Hydroflux as the “go to” company for anything associated with wastewater treatment in the municipal or industrial sector. “Now,” claims Hydroflux Director Andrew Miley, “that has been achieved!”

“We are very optimistic about the future. We have an increasing number of loyal customers who choose to work with us year after year and, as our skills and capabilities in treatment plant design and construction improve, we are able take on ever more challenging projects,” he said. “The continual growth that the company experiences enables us to invest in our people, regional expansion and design innovations.”

It would have come as no surprise to many that opening a New Zealand office was the latest offering to provide a local presence to a niche market.

Orod Roostaee heads up the New Zealand companies as General Manager. The companies have been set up to provide equipment and process solutions to municipalities and industry.

In addition to the Hydroflux proprietary range of products, the NZ company has exclusive agreements with HUBER and MENA Water for the region. “I have been working with HUBER for over 20 years now and I am excited about cultivating HUBER’s presence in another region” said John Koumoukelis, Hydroflux Director. MENA Water (which is 50% owned by HUBER) also opens doors for a high-quality range of packaged water and sewage treatment plants.

Orod Roostaee

Over the past 15 years, Orod has worked on numerous water and wastewater treatment projects in many different regions of the world. He has worked in many disciplines to expand his experience in roles as project engineer, design engineer, project manager and regional manager.

Orod brings to Hydroflux his vast experience working as a product development manager at MENA Water, which provided a backbone for the development of the agency agreement between the Hydroflux Group and Mena Water throughout the Australia Pacific region.

“I am looking forward to developing the NZ market with Hydroflux,” said Orod.

“I believe there are far better solutions and options available to many clients than what they may be aware of and I would like to introduce these advanced water and wastewater treatment processes to them.”

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