“Realize that everything connects to everything else” – Leonardo da Vinci
21st century – the world grows faster than ever before, surpassing itself with each passing moment, every minute. In doing so, in meeting our ‘needs’, we consume resources at an alarming rate. Today, we build our wonders; we plant the flags of our legacies disregarding the consequences, only to put the world that shelters us, at stake. However, to nurture the world we plunder – the source of all life as we know it – we know something must be done; we know we must band together and realize that this will not be the world we leave our children behind. That this world will live forever and that we will help in every which way we can.

Who We Are

FloWater Solutions Ltd., an environment company, and a for-profit corporate entity started its operations on 1st June, 2017. FloWater is based in Dhaka and Chittagong – two of Bangladesh’s largest metropolitan areas.

FloWater was primarily formed to provide complete water and wastewater solutions to serve the needs of businesses and organizations in Bangladesh. These solutions prevent water borne diseases such as Typhoid, Dysentery, Guinea worm disease and Cholera. Effluent and Sewage treatment plants prevent environmental pollution by industries making the recycling and reuse of wastewater possible through our technologies.

So far, FloWater has successfully executed over 65 projects across Bangladesh, such as drinking water plants, efficient wastewater management systems and sewage treatment plants.

Furthermore, FloWater has adopted a policy of vertical growth by shifting its focus towards industrial effluent treatment plants for the nation’s ever-booming RMG and textile industries. With this in mind, FloWater offers solutions for pharmaceutical, leather, paper and pulp, power and steel industries.

Board of Directots

Anna Maria Ladosz

Co-founder & Chairman

Mustafa A. K. Khan

Managing Director

Ahamed Imtiaz
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Director

What We Do

Based on direct B to B marketing, referrals received, strong trade show presence and a comprehensive local network; potential clients in need of water or wastewater solutions are identified and later provided with business development insights, engineering designs as well as procurement and installation procedures.

We provide 360-degree environment solutions to

Why Choose FloWater

Being an engineering procurement and construction company that provides turnkey solutions to industrial clients, FloWater has made a stand to encourage the recycling and reuse of wastewater by the ever-thriving readymade garments industry of Bangladesh, which is achieved through the cutting-edge, state-of-the-art design, and technological solutions of our partners.

Some of our completed projects

Our Clients

Contact

If you would like more information about FloWater, please contact one of our offices or use the form below to contact your area of interest.






Corporate Office

Plot 19, Road 68/A
Unit A1, Gulshan 2
Dhaka 1212, Bangladesh.

Phone: +880 18 33320353

Fax: +14169072690

E-mail: info@flowaterbd.com

Branch Office

309, Sheikh Mujib Road
Unit 7 & 8, Level 6
North Agrabad
Chittagong 4000, Bangladesh.

Phone: +880 18 33320355

Email: info@flowaterbd.com

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Anna Maria Ladosz

Co-founder & Chairman

Anna is leading the Rainwater Harvesting, NGO Sales and HR Teams at the FloWater office based in Dhaka. She is also a strategic investor in the water and wastewater management sector of Bangladesh. Anna is a seasoned business profession with over 15 years of work experience with successful entrepreneurs in various sectors in Canada. Born in Poland, she holds a dual citizenship of Canada. Anna completed her education from Douglas College, in Vancouver, Canada.

Mustafa A. K. Khan

Managing Director

Mustafa A. K. Khan started his journey with a goal to ensure the lifeblood of our planet - water - stays pure. He started his academic career at Cheltenham College in the United Kingdom then attended the University of Toronto in Canada. Since then, he has provided solutions in the field of insurance. He then worked as the CEO and Managing Director of S. K. Khan Consulting limited in Bangladesh and today stands as one of the leading figures in water solutions in Bangladesh. With over a decade of expertise in dealing with water, Mustafa established FloWater Ltd. to do his part for the world.

Ahamed Imtiaz

Director

Ahamed Imtiaz started his journey at BRAC University specializing in electronics and communications engineering in 2003, since then he has never looked back. He obtained his Masters at Independent University Bangladesh along with a prominent certification from the esteemed Institute of Business ADMINISTRATION (IBA) under Dhaka University. Since then, he has held numerous positions at various eminent organizations for over a decade. Today, Imtiaz spends his time trying to make the world we live in a better place as the Director of Business Development at FloWater Solutions Ltd.

Effluent Treatment Plant

There are many industrial effluents these days, containing various harmful materials, depending on the industry. For instance, some effluents contain oils and grease, while others contain toxic materials such as cyanide. The food and beverage industry for example, releases degradable organic pollutants. All of these effluents tend to cause harm to the environment, and since industrial waste water in particular carries such impurities, they need to be treated with specific treatment technology, coined Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP). ETP is a particular waste water treatment method that purifies industrial water, enabling its reuse, and in the end aiming to release safe water in the environment after separating it from harmful effluents.

ETP plants work at various levels and comprises a complex physical, chemical, biological and membrane process to treat waste water from numerous industrial sectors. Some of these sectors include chemicals, drugs, pharmaceuticals, refineries, dairy, ready mix plants and textiles. Following are the benefits of ETP:

Drinking Water Production

Drinking water production involves the removal of contaminants from raw water to produce water that is pure enough for human consumption without any risk of any adverse health effect in accordance with the WHO’s guidelines. Substances that are removed during drinking water treatment include suspended solids, bacteria, algae, viruses, fungi, and minerals such as arsenic, zinc, iron and manganese, etc. We offer community based large scale drinking water plants to small scale household RO systems and water purifiers.

Surface Water Treatment Plant

Typically, surface water contains high-suspended solids, bacteria, algae, organic matter that in turn creates bad taste and odor. In some areas, such as rivers and canals, surface water can be brackish due to a high content of different salts. Therefore, surface water undergoes many processes to make it safe for drinking and industrial purposes.

Domestic Water

Domestic water is used for indoor and outdoor household purposes: drinking, preparing food, bathing, washing, horticulture, etc. Water supplied to domestic properties may be further treated before use based on the quality of the source to remove residual disinfectants and heavy metal ions. Such treatments can include the following:

Industrial Water Treatment

Water is an important production factor. The uses of industrial water range from cooling and boiler fed water in power stations, to processed water and ultra-pure water for the electronics and pharmaceutical industries. At FloWater, we offer solutions that cater to all spectrums of industrial water such as:

Desalination

Saline water is desalinated to produce water suitable for human consumption or irrigation. Desalination is used on many seagoing ships and submarines. Two main processes are used – reverse osmosis or distillation.


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