Rebooting STAR Water’s operations in Singapore

STAR Water is capitalizing on its previous projects in Singapore by participating in the Go-Green collaboration as part of the Singapore Australia Green Economy Agreement (SAGEA). It has re-established local supply channels and manufacturing to supply future projects under a collaboration with local entities under the SAGEA.

STAR Water selected in Orange County Project

The City of Mission Veijo in Orange County, US has selected STAR Water to provide solutions for remedial works at a local golf course where water issues have impacted the turf areas. The project includes an initial pilot stage followed by a major remediation project for the remainder of the course.

STAR Water is actively targeting further projects in Orange County through the Measure M program, where there are ongoing funding allocations for Stormwater projects.

Newcastle ByPass and Freeway Extension Projects

STAR Water’s Reactive Filter Media (RFM) Technology has been specified into two major projects that is part of Transport for NSW projects located north of Sydney commencing in October 2023. The projects will use the technology in the median strip areas to protect adjoining sensitive wetland areas and manage surface flow more efficiently.

STAR Water was selected due to the use of recycled materials in its filter systems.

STAR Water projects in LA County

STAR Water has been accepted into numerous projects in the LA County Public Works Stormwater program for cities throughout the county. These projects have evolved following STAR Water’s submission with the City of La Habra Heights that has been approved by three selection committees and awarded on 8th August 2023.

The project incorporates all categories of STAR Waters’ product range including Reactive Filter Media (Rain Gardens), Reactive Filter Cartridge System (Horse Arena bacteria treatment), Stormwater Treatment and Reuse (STAR) System (Under parking lots) and Reactive Filter Amendment (Coring Lawn Areas).

STAR Water attended strategic forum in Townsville

STAR Water attended a strategic forum (“Accelerating the circular economy with recycled organics”) organised by the Centre for Organic Research and Education (CORE) that attracted over 30 people in attendance at Townsville.

Costa Georgiadis was the opening speaker at the forum and other speakers included Councillor Liam Mooney (Townsville City Council), Celia Luck (QLD Department of Environment and Science), Hayley Page (Townsville City Council), Jelenko Dragisic (CORE Representative).


STAR Water exhibiting at the CASQA 2022 Annual Conference

STAR Water participated in this year’s annual conference of the California Stormwater Quality Association (CASQA) which ran from 24th October to 26th October 2022 in Palm Springs, California.

The conference offered a unique opportunity to interact with professionals in the stormwater field. Each year the conference draws leading members of the stormwater community including local, state, and federal decision makers, stormwater program coordinators, contractors, consultants, engineers, lawyers, scientists, and planners.

For more information on the event, please visit:

New water technologies capture investor attention – Future Water

Climate change and an increasing environmental focus among investors is driving demand for new water treatment technologies, as STAR Water’s Eric Love explains in this recent article for Future Water magazine.

Read the article here.

“Mr Gardening” Costa Georgiadis & STAR Water’s Eric Love

‘Mr Gardening’ Costa Georgiadis explains the importance of composting as part of International Compost Awareness Week, introducing STAR Water’s Chris Rochfort and Eric Love as ‘elders’ in the industry and the importance of their work at the Centre for Organic Research & Education (CORE) and STAR Water in fostering a circular economy.





“Clean water is our most valuable and fundamental resource,” says the World Economic Forum. Yet by 2025, half the world’s planet may not have reliable access to clean water, from California to the South Pacific and even London.

STAR Water is going Public For Purpose with the aim of addressing this global issue, which has been exacerbated by the effects of climate change.

Our advanced biofiltration technology uses recycled materials to produce high performance filter systems that can capture, treat and make available for reuse stormwater run-off that would otherwise carry contaminants into our waterways.

As well as addressing a waste issue, STAR Water’s technology can take the pressure off water and drainage infrastructure needs while providing supplemental clean water for community benefit.

Invest in the future of water and make a personal contribution to combatting climate change by participating in our Initial Public Offering (IPO) on the Sydney Stock Exchange, which seeks to raise approximately $1 million to support our efforts to protect communities, waterways and their habitats.

Find out more from this interview with STAR Water’s CEO, Chris Rochfort


As seen at the recent COP26 summit, time is fast running out to combat dangerous climate change.

STAR Water looks forward to welcoming you as a shareholder as we advance our exciting technology for the benefit of the planet.

To download the Prospectus and subscribe for the IPO, please visit here or visit

Please note the Offer closing date is 3 March 2022.

STAR Water Group is conducting an Initial Offering on the Sydney Stock Exchange of 5,070,000 shares at an issue price of $0.20 per share to raise $1,014,000 (before costs), with an ability to accept oversubscriptions of up to a further 2,430,000 shares to raise an additional $486,000.


Please seek independent professional advice before subscribing to this Offer. Investment in the shares offered by the Prospectus should be regarded as highly speculative in nature. Please refer to the risks of the Offer as stated in the Prospectus.