Interpump began several decades ago as a pump and water treatment distributor across Ontario. Over the last 10 years, Interpump began to incorporate pumps, water treatment and engineering solutions together for pump packages, drinking water treatment solutions, and rainwater harvesting projects throughout Canada. The team then began to expand to include designers, process and mechanical engineers and hold the title of a ‘solutions provider’.
As water conservation and sustainability began to become an increased need, Interpump created the Net Zero Water brand in 2017. With the increasing cost of municipal water and fees, changing environmental regulations and elevated scrutiny by municipalities there has been a growing demand for technologies like rainwater harvesting, greywater recycling and more efficient approaches to drinking water treatment. Rainwater can be utilized with onsite collection and treatment for various uses like toilet flushing, irrigation and cooling tower make-up, whereas greywater recycling of bath and shower water can then be used for toilet flushing and laundry supplement.
Interpump and Net Zero Water are located in an 18,000 square foot warehouse and fabrication facility. Our goal is to continue to build upon our expertise in water and create new solutions to move, treat and re-use water in applications across Canada.
Net Zero Water is a division of Summit Water