QH2O is built on a generous legacy of commercial, scientific, and economic development
interests in northern and central Queensland. Business partners, Darcy & Karin Redman and Sam & Belinda Balch developed Mount Isa QH2O with a commitment to providing an appropriate drinking water for the harsh environment.
This quickly became a quest to manufacture locally and to provide high quality drinking water at an acceptable price. Applying world leading water treatment science consolidated through study under a Churchill Fellowship awarded to Darcy in 2005, QH20 water was refined in type, production methods and systems for safe keeping. No other water meets hydration requirements in a better way.
Ben and Linda Gudgeon, captivated by the Mount Isa water phenomenon, were keen to take it to Ben’s hometown of Gladstone on Queensland’s central coast. QH2O Gladstone was opened in 2007. From there they have expanded their supply region to include Rockhampton and Bundaberg.
This intelligent approach to water quality and supply inspired the partnership to derive QH2O’s “Q philosophy”, which sums up the company’s business approach, integrating quality and intelligence, and embracing the values of local production.
QH2O produces high quality ultra-pure drinking water that is great tasting, reliably supplied, competitively priced and cost effective and in the case of domestic purchases, delivered free to your door! Their unique water solutions are tailored to the specific needs of their customers operating in commercial, industrial, mining, maintenance, and domestic markets; encompassing delivery, retrieval, packaging and point of use innovations.
As a leading provider of specialised drinking water in the North West and Capricorn Coast regions of Queensland, QH2O brings intelligence to the treatment, bottling, supply, and distribution of ultra-pure water. They are confident in the tangible benefits to be gained from their ultra-pure water and pride themselves on their ability to listen to customers and develop the right solutions for their water requirements.