PWC, Pure Water Corporation

PWC, Pure Water Corporation

PWC, Pure Water Corporation (PWC) is a Canadian company and has been in business since 1993, providing water filtration, disinfection and wastewater recycle equipment. We work with a large network of manufacturing companies and professionals in the water and wastewater treatment, sustainable development, alternative energy business. Our group of professionals is well established, reliable, extensive and international. We provide custom design, high quality equipment and service worldwide for Consumers, Corporations and Municipalities. We offer unique solutions designed for specific customer needs and budgets.

Company details

Suite 1502, 1 Chapel Street , Nanaimo , British Columbia BC V9R 5H1 Canada
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Industry Type:
Water Treatment
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)
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PWC, Pure Water Corporation

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Demand for water is expected to exceed supply by 40% by 2030


The essence of our business is to deliver “low cost pure water with clean energy” and related infrastructure, integrating water purification, wastewater treatment, solid waste reuse/recycle, renewable energy, resources, sustainable development and education.


“Water is today’s issue. It is the oil of this century — not a question.” - “Water is the world’s most critical resource”. - “More vital than oil, water sustains life, and thus the global food chain. Water sustains industry, and thus the global economy”.  “A recent survey of global water providers found that water prices worldwide rose by 10 percent last year, well above inflation.”


The WaterCorp Group is working at building sustainable development and economies on the foundation of “low cost pure water & clean energy”,  with our novel and developed innovative technologies for: •  water purification • recycled wastewater • alternative energy • solid waste & wastewater treatment/reuse equipment and technologies • solid waste to “energy” and “reusable” raw materials.


We need to find ways to establish education/financing/funding of joint-ventures with government-corporations-stakeholders to provide water/renewable energy, integrated with education, “value-added” agriculture to many countries that are now or will be in “critical and desperate” situations because of lack of “good water and energy”.  This has global implications for peace on earth.  Within the next three decades, demand for water from agriculture could increase by 50 percent, and for urban uses by between 50 percent and 70 percent. Meanwhile by 2035, the energy sector is projected to consume 85 percent more water.


Climate change will increase water-related shocks on top of already demanding trends in water use.

Reduced freshwater availability and competition from other use to 2015 levels—such as energy and agriculture—could reduce water availability in cities by as much as two thirds by 2050, compared and significantly increase migration and refugees from drought stricken regions, globally.


In 5 years there may be two billion more people on this planet, and the world’s population may exceed nine billion. Feeding more than 10 billion people by 2050 is perhaps the greatest global challenge of our time.


The energy sector is a significant water consumer, especially for power plant cooling, mineral extraction and processing.

Overall, water withdrawals for energy production are expected to increase by 20 percent by 2035. All sectors of society are interlinked through the “common currency of water”. This will require a significant shift in the way water is viewed.


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Pure Water is more Precious and Valuable than Gold, Oil or Diamonds.