Nanostone Water secures US$30m for global expansion in water filtration solutions

Water technology and solutions company Nanostone Water (NSW) has secured a US$30m investment to accelerate its expansion worldwide. This investment will help NSW transform both municipal and industrial urban water treatment, where declining water quality and physical space limitations challenge traditional infrastructure and methods.

Its CEO Jürgen von Hollen said, “This investment highlights our investors’ confidence in our business performance and growth potential based on our unique and compelling market position.”

Leveraging this investment, NSW is set to advance its ceramic membrane technology, tackling water contamination in space-constrained urban settings (Image: NSW)

True North Venture Partners is investing $30m to support NSW growth plans. Through its investment in its ceramic membrane technology, True North aims to transform the water treatment landscape by providing cost-effective municipal and industrial water filtration solutions that are robust, safe, and efficient in treating the most challenging water sources.

Mike Ahearn from the venture added, “Our investment reflects a strong commitment and belief in the company, its ambitious plans, and the execution expertise of the Nanostone team under Jürgen’s leadership.”