Nick has spent over 15 years working with industry around Australia helping improve the longevity and efficiency of water associated assets and equipment.
As CEO of Australia’s leading water treatment provider, HydroChem, Nick understands the challenges associated with installing and maintaining assets and equipment that operate in the natural environment – whilst ensuring those assets and equipment continue at design efficiencies for their design life. He has seen how improvements in technology, application and work practices can be leveraged as an opportunity to drive ROI for Australian industry. Nick and his team have worked with more than 3,000 clients doing just that, helping them improve the safety and efficiency of their operation, reduce their energy costs and water usage, and maximise the life-cycle of their assets and equipment.
Nick started at HydroChem after completing combined degrees in Science (Chemistry) / Law at Monash University and working as a corporate lawyer. Nick was a director of the Australian Institute of Refrigeration Airconditioning and Heating (AIRAH) for 5 years. AIRAH is a charitable organisation that is the peak body of the Australian heating, ventilation and cooling industry. In his time with AIRAH, Nick was involved in the development and introduction of an education and accreditation program for the Australian water treatment industry.