BOSAQ stories

March 18, 2024
News From BOSAQ - 2023 In Pictures

Join us for the key highlights of 2023

September 9, 2022
Water is priceless

"How much does water cost if we factor in all the collateral damage inflicted by water scarcity and droughts?"
Jacob Bossaer, Founder and CEO of BOSAQ.

September 5, 2022
Water for development

BOSAQ, in collaboration with its partners, is providing easy access to safe and clean drinking water for the remote community of Mutete making 100% use of solar energy.

August 24, 2022
Water for Ukraine

Water Heroes, with the support of its donors and partners, is paving the way to safe and clean drinking water for those who need it the most.

May 28, 2022
Entrepreneurs for future - Mission First

BOSAQ featured at GT Impact’s Mission First – Entrepreneurs for future

May 28, 2022
World water day: Water scarcity nurturing innovation

Currently, over two billion people live with inadequate water supply. Climate change and demographic expansion is placing more pressure on existing water sources with potentially half of the world population living in areas facing water scarcity by 2025 (UNICEF 2022). Innovation is the key to providing an answer to these challenges and moving towards future-proof water management.

May 28, 2022
Saving groundwater: A precious resource

Groundwater, making the invisible visible involves all aspects of water management. We are all responsible for our natural resources and should act sustainably to safeguard them.

April 27, 2022
BOSAQ has been awarded the Energy Globe Award

BOSAQ wins the Energy Globe Award for providing decentralised drinking water supply in remote communities of inner Suriname.

August 2, 2021
MEET THE TEAM - Tijs Noyez, Water Engineer

My passions are sustainability and making a change in the world in any small way possible, making any kind of social impact and knowing that I’m doing something socially relevant.  Can you tell us a bit more about yourself? Alright, so my name is Tijs Noyez and I'm 27 years old. I live in Ghent and I studied bioscience engineering. After this, I started working in the wastewater treatment sector in […]

July 7, 2021
How developing countries can improve water management effectively

Water is an essential resource for all who live on this planet. Access to a clean water supply is needed for health, cleanliness, food supply and economic growth. However, around 2.2 billion people worldwide - nearly one-third of the global population – currently lack access to safe drinking water. A key problem is the capacity […]

July 7, 2021
The value of water – what is it worth to you?

Water keeps us alive, healthy and clean. It is also essential for the production of food, material goods and energy. But beyond this, it has other less measurable values. Water has been viewed differently across cultures and throughout the ages, and this has impacted the way it has been viewed and treated as a resource. […]

July 7, 2021
Drinking water supply around the world

Water can be both a global and a local challenge at the same time. The drinking water situation at a local level can be as ironic as having a freshwater source at a hand reach but loaded with pathogens and harmful chemicals, so is just like having not a drop at all.   Take for example […]

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