We are an innovation-driven group based in Southampton, developing state-of-the-art water recycling and energy saving solutions. Our Team is very experienced in the development of advanced sustainable solutions for buildings and developments, with a view to support the world leaders’ goal of NET ZERO cities and products. We have a team of distinguished designers and consultants (from both industry and academia) who are specialised in designing, developing and identifying sustainability solutions for buildings of different sizes and purposes. For each project, we develop tailored sustainability solutions with the highest possible water and energy efficiency at lowest possible costs.


Smart Water Dispensers

CASL is developing an innovative, state-of-the-art water dispensing system to drive consumer health and safety. This technology will direct us into a new generation of water dispensers.

Solar-based and low energy water treatment systems

These systems are designed to purify dirty, brackish or saline water into crystal clear and healthy drinking water. The systems are suitable for remote or rural areas as well as or hotels, offices, houses, etc. in which the mains water is not of high quality.

Car wash and train wash systems and their water recycling technologies

Commercial water consumption is inevitable, but it can be recycled and reused. We offer a range of modern car wash and train wash systems which include excellent water treatment and recycling technologies. The systems include pressure washers capable of using recycled water. Water saving of our systems is up to 90%.

GreyWater Recycling

Greywater is the wastewater generated in buildings except for the one from toilets and kitchen, so the main sources of greywater are: showers, baths, wash basins, washing machines and clothes-washing. Greywater recycling in urban water systems can reduce the demand for fresh clean water and wastewater generated. Treated greywater can be used for toilet flushing, irrigation, vehicle-washing, laundry, etc. depending on levels of treatment applied. GWR can reduce mains water consumption by up to 45%.