Company : ethics and values



Access to drinking water


In July 2010, the UN General Assembly has recognised access to quality water and sewage facilities as a human right.

Yet, even today, up to 900 millions of people in the world have no access to a high quality of drinking water and over 2,6 billions do not have any basic sewage facilities.

Every year, two millions people, mainly children, die from diseases caused by the consumption of dirty water and the lack of sewage facilities. Thanks to its technology, Eole Water is committed to fight for access to drinking water around the world.

The WMS technology enables the local production and supply of drinking water, in accordance with World Health Organization standards. The water produced by Eole Water's techniques is perfectly clean for human consumption.


Respect for the environment

All water collected using this technology comes from the surrounding air.  Therefore, the technology has been developed on the basis of an environmental approach and, in particular the protection of our natural water resources, such as, lakes, rivers, groundwater and oceans. The wind is the sole energy source used for this technology. The Water Maker System is fully self-sufficient and does not release any C02 into the atmosphere.



Support for local development

While water resources decreasing quickly, in large parts of the world, some isolated populations are forced to walk thousands kilometres to find water.  This chore does not allow them to provide time for essential tasks such as, children's education, farming, business creation, or simply finding a job...

Eole Water offers local access to drinking water. No more need to wait for years before having a working water grid. Within a week, our teams are able to install the WMS1000 wind turbine enabling people to enjoy peace of mind.


Skill sharing

Eole Water is committed to educating local populations.  At each project, Eole Water's teams train local technicians in the installation and maintenance of Eole Water products.

This action helps to develop local employment in fields such as civil engineering, maintenance, water and electricity management.