"Our mission is to deliver natural pure water in large volumes, adapted to the customers needs."
- Pål Jacob Jacobsen, Co-Founder OF Aquathor
Droughts and water scarcity
Uneven distribution of our most valuable utility has turned Clean Water into an extremely scarce resource in many regions of the world.
Aquathor wishes to adjust this imbalance - We can shuttle top quality drinking water from abundant sources to bottling factories and public utilities in need of steady supply or to crisis zones on an occasional basis.
The best water is in the mountains
Aquathor has large ressources of pure water in the Norwegian mountains. The water is sustainable and not needed for any local consumption.
Available in protected dams
Natural & pure mountain water
We are working with the best obtainable water souces in order to offer steady supply of prime quality water for drinking purposes.
Independent laboratory analyses and Microbiological testing shows that our mountain water has the lowest total dissolved solids (TDS*) ever recorded for a natural unprocessed water.
Competent transporters for trustworthy deliveries
We have robust international shipping expertise and access to a wide network of renowned transporters to guarantee that our high-quality water reaches you when you need it.
Flexible and adjustable transport
Aquathor can provide customers with steady shipments of water, or one-off deliveries in case of extreme pressure on the reserves.
It can be transported in large volumes to the Middle East, North Africa, and southern Europe.
The cold water (4C) is stored in large protected dams and a cargo ship can be loaded with 1500M3 per hour.
“The Environmental Problems Begin Early On, With The Way The Water Is Sourced. The Bulk Of Water Worldwide Is Drawn From The Subterranean Water Reserves Of Aquifers And Springs, Many Of Which Feed Rivers And Lakes. Tapping Such Reserves Can Aggravate Drought Conditions.” - World Economic Forum 2015
Aquathor and UN Sustainable Development Goals
Our water is coming from mountains and glaciers and not tapping any resources
Our water is today running into the sea and we are not diverting the rivers from ecosystem services like recharging wetlands or sustaining biodiversity
Our water is not depleting municipal sources
Our water is transported in bulk by modern fuel-efficient stainless steel tankers to water works or bottling factories close to markets
Our water helps in creating climate resilience against drought and water shortages