Developing enduring partnerships for innovative water and energy solutions
We facilitate the development of sustainable projects in remote and island communities by bringing together various sectors, such as NGOs, private and public stakeholders throughout Australia and Asia Pacific.
The aim of all our projects is to improve access to self-sufficient and cost-effective supply of drinking water with the principles of ecologically sustainable development.
Moerk Water's collaboration with YWAM Medical Ships has brought safe drinking water to remote villages in Papua New Guinea.
The water source they use every day for drinking and washing is not only lacking in quality but in most cases is not even sufficient to last for all the families all year round.
We have contributed research on the river water and installed a new desalination plant onboard MV YWAM PNG.
Australian Water Association (AWA)
Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce (WA)
West Australian-German Business Association (WAGBA)
German-Australian Chamber of Industry & Commerce (AHK Australia)
Martin Brezger is the Director of Moerk Water Solutions, Asia-Pacific. He has a Degree in Civil Engineering and an Engineer’s Degree in Economics. He has more than 35 years experience in project management dealing with turnkey projects within the building sector and in the fields of solar power systems and drinking water supply.
While in office as the CEO of Moerk Corporate, Germany, the company received several awards for its unique leadership skill for recognising and allowing potential in others to grow. In 2013 Moerk Water Solutions was awarded the Social Responsibility and Excellence Award by the German Ministry of Finance and Economics, Baden-Wuerttemberg and the German Caritas Association. During this time the company also received several awards in the field of high customer satisfaction and the German Employer Quality Seal.
Martin is based in Perth, Western Australia.
Barbara Brezger is the Senior Manager of Moerk Water Solutions, Asia-Pacific. She has a Certification in mediation, which enriches her cross-cultural experience, and is skilled in the field of WASH for developing countries.
Involved in the company since 1981, she has initiated projects, interfaced between Moerk Water and governments, communities, donors and NGOs, building strong relationships between them all.
She is keen to target solutions on-time and on-budget and is passionate about addressing poverty and advocating on behalf of the destitute.
Barbara is based in Perth, Western Australia.