ADSM Break Water Health Record at NHS Sustainability Awards

ADSM Break Water Health Record at NHS Sustainability Awards

One of the largest NHS Trusts in England, Imperial College Healthcare, teamed up with water experts ADSM to win the renowned water efficiency award at the NHS Sustainability awards last night. The prestigious award ceremony was held at Imperial College, London and herald a record breaking turnout of both guests and entries.

Imperial Health staved off some fierce competition in the category with their collaborative water management performance project enabled by the AquaFund. To win the award ADSM and Imperial College Healthcare had to clearly demonstrate that their project had a positive impact on the environment, reduced costs, cut CO2 emissions and that the project was a combined and supportive collaboration.

The AquaFund – a unique grant offered to public sector organisations to reduce their water usage – enabled Imperial College Healthcare to install cutting edge water efficiency technology, provide qualified consultancy, carry out in depth site surveys, analyse water and tariff data and deliver industry leading bill validation services – all at no capital cost to Imperial College Healthcare.

Having already achieved a year on year saving of 20%, equating to 460 million litres of water, ADSM and Imperial Healthcare have proven themselves as leaders in water efficiency throughout the public healthcare sector. Winning the award for water efficiency at the NHS Sustainability awards underpins this and demonstrates their commitment to saving water, reducing cost and positively impacting the environment.

Along with significant savings, the AquaFund also donates a percentage of its revenue on behalf of the Imperial College Healthcare to charity, WaterAid. This year alone the Trust has helped contribute to 85,500 people gaining access to clean, safe water in Zambia – supporting Imperial Healthcare’s Social Sustainability agenda and contributing to ADSM’s mission to take 5 million people out of water poverty.

Overall the NHS Sustainability awards were a fantastic celebration of the efforts happening across the NHS to drive efficiency and innovation and of organisations taking significant steps together towards a more efficient and sustainable National Health Service.

ADSM Launch Asian Office In Hong Kong

ADSM Launch Asian Office In Hong Kong

ADSM have launched an Asian branch in Hong Kong, China, to tackle water issues in Asia as part of our ongoing mission of reducing global water use by 1%. Expansion into other strategic locations is due to follow.

For more information, please email us at ask@adsm.com

Government Award £960 Million Contract To ADSM

Government Award £960 Million Contract To ADSM

Crown Commercial Service have placed international water innovators ADSM on its £960 million framework for the provision of water, wastewater and ancillary services.

The new framework, awarded in March 2017 will offer water and conservation services to the Public Sector. The aim is to reduce the sectors spend by £200 million per annum and reduce water consumption equivalent to 6 billion people taking an 8-minute shower (that’s the global population – how cool is that!) It will also will reduce C02 by 100 million tonnes per annum.

The new services will position the Public Sector as a global leader in water efficiency and innovation. The ground-breaking solutions provide water services that include; data analysis, software provision, water retailing, automatic metering and comprehensive water management. ADSM continues to champion innovation in the industry and this award further endorses the company’s position as the market leader in the water sector.

“We are delighted to be appointed by HM Government as suppliers to provide dynamic water management solutions to the Public Sector. The additional development of the retail arm of our business will drive added value, innovation and real cash savings to our new clients. We aim to democratise building owners and occupants to view and engage with water use in buildings in a more effective way. it’s a very exciting time for our potential new clients and for us. We aim to place Britain at the forefront of global water supply and conservation, which is firmly at the top of our agenda” Patrick McCart, CEO, Advanced Demand Side Management