Our new member is Pureco Ltd.

The Pureco Ltd. is a 100% Hungarian-owned international company with more than 10 subsidiaries, developing, manufacturing, and selling its sustainable and affordable water management solutions, products, and technologies in over 20 countries and 4 continents. In addition, they oversee various comprehensive water and environmental management projects from the planning stage to implementation. They focus on environmental protection primarily through their own developed, partly patented products and services. Their solutions encompass rainwater collection, treatment, storage, and recycling, as well as creating water and wastewater collection and distribution systems. Their activities also include drinking water, industrial, landfill, and other wastewater treatment. Alongside high quality, PURECO places a strong emphasis on cost-effectiveness. In addition to product development, design, and manufacturing tasks, they optimize the operational and maintenance costs of individual products.


Their own-designed drinking water and wastewater treatment plants guarantee the highest technical standards and quality while offering them to their partners at an affordable, accessible price for everyone. This makes their technological solutions available even in less developed regions of the world.

In addition to everyday planning and executions, their product development engineers support the company in finding innovative, environmentally friendly solutions through research and development activities. In recent years, several of their intellectual products have been included in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) promoting “water” technologies that accelerate the achievement of these goals.

Especially important for them is for their commitment to the environment to be the cornerstone of their social responsibility. As a result, they have created a familial, homely, yet creative and inspiring environment for their employees.

They actively involve their employees in decisions affecting the community and work together for the greater social well-being, whether in charitable, voluntary work, or in the form of financial support.

Their operation is carried out along clear and transparent ethical norms, where mutual respect and compliance with human rights are expected from both internal and external partners.

In the fall of 2023, they completed their first voluntary ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) report, implemented as part of the Budapest Stock Exchange Ltd.’s Pilot ESG Advisory program, within the framework of GINOP-1.1.7-17-BÉT-6. Their objectives also include achieving carbon neutrality by 2050.

By being a member of BCSDH, their goal is to contribute to the success of responsible and value-creating business activities by accelerating the transition towards a sustainable world.