We focus on the development, production and sales of innovative solutions in the field of rainwater and surface water. We offer a wide range of solutions for separating rainwater, water buffering, drainage, infiltration and irrigation by using stone wool as our basis material. Hydrorock® is the result of an intensive collaboration between two companies originating from the isolation- and rock wool substrate branch: Rockwool and Asbipro group..
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Hydrorock International BV is a Dutch company focussed on sustainable watermanagement.
What does Hydrorock do?
Hydrorock International wants to contribute sustainably to the preservation and use of clean rainwater in soil utilization.
We focus on the prevention of flooding and dehydration in cultivated and non-cultivated areas with ecologically responsible (underground) solutions. Thus Hydrorock® contributes to the sustainable use of soil functions.
Now more than ever, water management is relevant in urban areas. And for the worldwide water and food supply the fluid-containing capability of soil is of crucial importance.
As a result of the climate change there is a continuous flooding or water shortage in many parts of the world. The Dutch, also thanks to their own delta, are worldwide specialists where it concerns water safety, water quality and water quantity. Hydrorock®, the green label in water management, contributes by offering innovative solutions in water management.
We provide solutions for separating rainwater, preventing flooding in cities, rural areas and sports and recreational fields. We can also contribute in the prevention of dehydration of agricultural and natural areas. This is possible because of the underground buffering, infiltrating, draining or irrigating of surface- and rainwater, with products based on the 100% natural stone wool. Solutions that can be implemented very easily, that are ecologically responsible and last but not least have an excellent price-performance ratio.
Hydrorock International B.V. was founded in 2013 by two entrepreneurial Dutchmen who found a way to significantly combine the current social problems of flooding and water shortage with corporate social responsibility (CSR).
Gert-Jan de Koning
In addition of being the managing director of Hydrorock International, Gert-Jan is also director of the 70-year-old Asbipro Group. A bundling of companies with key words such as insulation, sustainability, fire safety, energy saving and environmental innovation.
Richard is innovator and commercial director of Hydrorock International. As a structural engineer and project developer, Richard has earned his spurs in the (re) development of exclusive housing projects.
Climate change will continue to affect our environment, especially when it comes to potential flooding. Extreme rainfall continues to cause millions of euros in damage. Damage that can actually be prevented in many ways. Hydrorock is active in various market places, dedicated to the reduction of flooding and preventing the soil from drying out.
Rockwool is the exclusive supplier of the basis material for the Hydrorock® products in water management. The Rockwool Group is the worldwide market leader in rock wool solutions. Rockwool provides sustainable solutions for energy-efficient and fire-safe buildings for fields such as industry and shipbuilding and substrates for the greenhouse farming.
Lapinus develops and supplies versatile and innovative products based on rock wool for a wide range of applications, such as water management, train rails, coatings and gaskets. For more than 25 years, Lapinus has been helping industries around the world develop qualitative solutions in the areas of noise and dust reduction, vibration isolation and water management.
Hydrorock International is a member of the Asbipro Group. Each company within the group has its own specialty within the insulation industry. The raw material that make up Hydrock products consists of mineral wool. By applying this insulating material in a new and innovative way, Hydrorock introduces a revolutionary change in water management.