Project: Belize 2018-04-09T11:37:21+00:00

Guarantee more than the beauty of the island.

The most private island in the world, Gladden Island, a tropical oasis in the middle of the Caribbean Sea. This private get-away implemented an efficient desalination solution. Find out what they have to say about it:

The natural beauty of Gladden Island is guaranteed, however, Mother Nature isn’t always so reliable. A rain catchment system needs a backup plan to ensure consistent water supply during dry periods. Although the island hideaway is meant for two to four guests, there can be up to five staff staying on the service island and the original water supply plans weren’t sufficient. This was compounded during development because there was a swimming pool in need of filling and increased staff on site.

Enter Elemental Water Makers in the Netherlands, whose mantra is solving fresh water scarcity “using only the sea, sun, earth and wind.” The company, which works on projects of all sizes, committed to finding the best solution. As a result, the Gladden team received a high-level, cost-effective desalination system that shipped on time and had top-notch customer support throughout the process.

Belize.
Private island using efficient desalination.

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‘’The original water supply plans weren’t sufficient for this private island hideaway. The Gladden Island team received a high-level, cost-effective desalination system, delivered on time with top-notch customer support throughout the process.’’

Chris Krolow | Owner, Gladden Island
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Desalination solution.

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Save up to 75% on water expenses.

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