Our easy to assemble 1000L Pak Flat Tank, in Marine.
Welcome to GreenCo Water and our amazing Pak Flat Tank
The Pak Flat Tank is an Australian-designed, award-winning storage system, that comes as a flat pack, it can store multiple types of liquids from water to tomato paste and comes in two versatile models, a static 1,000 litre system and a mobile 500 litre system. It can be easily warehoused/stockpiled until needed, then transported anywhere it is required, reused time and time again, at home or abroad, by whatever mode of transport available and then, in less than ten minutes, it can be assembled by only one or two people into a rigid, safe, sealed storage tank, that is guaranteed for 10 years. Brilliant!
Forging a diverse career in the water and power industries, Peter established an engineering firm in Australia following the breakup of the SECV in the early 90’s. In 2002, GHD acquired Peter’s business. GHD, one of the leading engineering and environmental companies in the world today is ranked in the top 10 water engineering firms globally.Peter was General Manager of GHD China and South East Asia operations, based in Beijing for 4 years. During this period, the company grew to more than 600 consulting engineers throughout Asia. As Director of GHD from 2002 to 2011 and Deputy Chairman from 2008 to 2011, Peter brings to GreenCo Water broad management experience and expertise around domestic and international business, water market expertise and mergers and acquisition experience.
Simon has multi-industry experience building and leading public and private companies in various start-ups, turnaround and IPOs in stable and high growth situations. He has in-depth experience across all corporate finance, accounting, treasury and MIS functions. Previous roles held by Simon include, Group Treasury Manager for Coles Myer Group, the original CEO of Stockwell Holdings, Founding Partner of Avantcé LLC in Naples, Florida and more recently Executive Director of the Meydan Group.
Nigel has over 20 years business experience both domestically and internationally in the US, Europe and Asia markets. With extensive experience in IP, cross-border transactions (including plastics and plastic manufacturing), due diligence and acquisitions, his industry experience spans property, insurance, risk management, tourism, agriculture, water and pharmaceutical sectors. Nigel’s skills include risk management, corporate finance, business building and implementation, managing buy-outs, mergers and acquisitions, structured finance transactions (debt and equity) and a strong entrepreneurial background with solid experience in the water sector.
Rob Gell AM
Non-Executive Director (B.Sc.Hons. FRGS FEIANZ)
Rob is an environmental geographer and has 20 years of experience as an environmental and communications consultant. He is a Director of World Wind Pty Ltd, the International College of Environmental Sustainability, and mobile media communications company, bhive Group.He is respected for his knowledge and understanding of the complexity of a range of issues from water management to biodiversity to energy management and green design, and his key areas of expertise are in media and communications, providing strategic advice and developing effective environmental management systems for business. On Australia Day in 2014, Rob was made a Member (AM) in the General Division of the Order of Australia for significant service to conservation, the protection of coastal and marine environments and to the community.
Dr. Leo Maglen
International Development Director
Leo is an economist with thirty years’ experience in international development assistance. As a freelance consultant Leo worked on over forty development projects ranging across sixteen countries, mostly in the Asia–Pacific region. The funding agencies with which he has worked include the World Bank, ADB, Australia’s DFAT, UK’s DfID, the EU, and the US Millennium Challenge Corporation. Whilst working as a costing and feasibility analyst on projects primarily in the education and training sector, he has appreciated the vital role access to clean fresh water plays in childhood development. He has also seen, at first hand, how well-meaning programs have failed through the use of inappropriate technologies, and insufficient attention being given to sustainability of initial investments.