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We are here to heal the waters

Creating a Sustainable Future

Our Commitment to Clean Water

We envision a world with clean, drinkable water and minimal plastic, where communities thrive when they live in harmony with the land. Through our unique water solutions, we are working toward a balanced ecosystem, with sustainable resource consumption worldwide. Join us in shaping a better future for our planet.

Empowering Communities with Clean Water Solutions

WaterNow's Journey

We are living in a time of great opportunity for reshaping our relationship with the planet. This calls for an inquiry into how we live and how we sustain ourselves. Our mission is to provide communities with the knowledge, technology, and experience necessary for a new way of living. We believe that sustainability should not be a compromise, but rather a harmonious coexistence between humanity and the environment.

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Water Experts

With an extensive background in water purification and regeneration systems spanning several decades, WaterNow is dedicated to the global pursuit of clean water access. We firmly believe that clean water should be a fundamental right, not a luxury.

At WaterNow, we offer complimentary consultations, testing, and comprehensive water quality analyses. Our goal is to accurately identify the most suitable solution for each unique situation, ensuring optimal water health.

We proudly provide innovative water solutions that benefit households, farms, villages, and future generations. Our expertise lies in a range of technologies, including rainwater harvesting systems, ultraviolet (UV) sterilization, water structuring, and ionization, among others.

Meet Our Team

We are a passionate group of environmentalists and engineers who are united by a powerful vision: to ensure global water accessibility for all. With a deep understanding of the vital role that water plays in sustaining life and the health of our planet, we have come together to make a meaningful impact in this critical area.


Karuna Warren Bio Photo


Founder and CEO

For the last several years, Karuna Warren has worked with WaterNow both locally and internationally designing and implementing regenerative long term water systems, through installing river turbines, reverse osmosis filtration, structured water filtration, pipe bursting and upgrade designs, storage tank design, new water pipeline systems, well construction, spirulina pond system design and research, growth and engineering of specifications for hydroponics and village utility, and water and sanitation designs. Karuna offers his specializations both to his local communities within the US, and also extends his work to international communities that need support Outside of the office, you can find Karuna in nature, practicing yoga, dancing, playing djembe and congas, meditating , reading, hiking, praying and going to the river, oceans or lakes. Karuna is passionate about taking his skillset and offering it to communities in need. Karuna Warren BSCE, PE, MBA, is the Founder and CEO of WaterNow. He is passionate about holistic water systems, green technologies, social and environmental action, and First Nations issues. With over 21 total years of Environmental and Engineering experience and many years within the corporate system, Karuna founded the the umbrella non-profit company Karuna Apaha Inc. – meaning Compassion for Water – in March of 2016. Since then his intention has been to work solely with his passion – multifaceted sustainable solutions for current water issues.
Liat Cohen Bio


Entrepreneur & Marketer

Driven by passion for sustainability, innovation, energetics, and cause marketing, Liat S. Cohen is a creative entrepreneur with over 20 years of strategic alliances and management experience in the sustainability sector. Her areas of expertise include: strategic and cause marketing, development planning, consulting, program planning, implementation and evaluation, general administration and public relations. Liat has worked for several world renowned organizations, where she has secured an array of unique resources for multiple projects. Throughout her career, she has substantially increased unrestricted operating funds, diversified revenue streams, wrote successful grant proposals to private foundations and government agencies for specific programs and planned and executed special events and campaigns. She has also developed, administered and evaluated many different socially responsible causes and initiatives, and created marketing campaigns to bring them into a new audience. Highlighted past projects include: Hosting the RiverKeepers event with RFK at Greenhouse NYC in 2009 Donating event space and helped to produce the Charity:water fundraiser at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival Consulting on BPM magazine’s Green Issue which led to the sustainability effort of the entire company and a Press campaign to follow Co-branded, which is a rainforest conservancy in Brazil She is a student of Dr. Emoto and a true water healer. Liat has travelled around the world interacting with cultures and is passionate about people, jewelry and motherhood.

Fransje Voncken

International Project Manager

With 11 years of Learning & Development expertise, Fransje serves WaterNow as the international project manager. In this role, she manages project and team development, fosters a safe and connecting learning environment, while building a bridge with cultural traditions and needs.

With her company Learning Mission, Fransje helps mission-driven companies, non-profit organizations, and communities with learning challenges for a higher cause. Since 2021 she has been working with WaterNow, being fully committed to achieving clean drinking water in remote locations among indigenous communities.

It touches her to see that access to clean water is not guaranteed for everyone. Freedom, equality and connection are very important values to her. She believes that everyone has unique talents and that this makes us strong as a team.

Born in Amsterdam as an enthusiastic aquarius, Fransje, 33 years old, is a lover of people, nature, indigenous culture, African and Brazilian music and dances. She is dedicated to learning Portuguese.

Her message is that each of us have an indigenous memory. Now more than ever we need to remember this. Fransje sees re(learning) from our indigenous memory as an important and urgent issue for Humanity and Mother Earth. Together we create a new world!

Alba Montejano

Social Media Manager

Alba Montejano is the Content Manager at WaterNow, dedicated to creating content that contributes to the organization's mission of providing clean water access to all.

Throughout her journey at WaterNow, Alba has had the incredible privilege of witnessing firsthand the transformative power of clean water in underserved communities. Amplifying these stories and sharing them with a wider audience has been an immensely fulfilling experience for Alba, who feels grateful every day to be part of such an impactful organization.

In March of 2023, Alba embarked on a life-changing journey to the Amazon rainforest in Brazil with WaterNow. Working directly with indigenous communities, she immersed herself in their culture and gained a deep understanding of their unique water needs. This transformative project not only improved the lives of the families they served but also left a lasting impact on her own life.

As a Content Manager, her focus is to bring these stories to the forefront, shedding light on the challenges faced by vulnerable communities and advocating for sustainable water solutions. She firmly believes that by sharing these narratives and raising awareness, more people can be inspired to join the cause and make a lasting impact.

Kyleigh Ardoin

Project Engineer

Kyleigh Ardoin is an Environmental Engineering graduate from Louisiana State University, specializing in water and wastewater solutions merged with green infrastructure. Her role with WaterNow as a project engineer is helping develop international clean water systems and functioning utilities. Over the course of her career, she has teamed up with several non-profits including Habitat for Humanity and Engineers without Borders alongside working for a local Environmental Engineering company in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Kyleigh's engineering impact has addressed sustainability challenges across diverse terrains, some of which include green infrastructure in environmentally sensitive areas of Louisiana, implementing clean drinking water systems in remote Guatemalan villages, and urban building in remote areas of Morocco. She has a passion for life, art, travel, and blending of cultures with a common purpose and belief that basic necessities are vital and deserved by everyone which illuminates her commitment to holistic and impactful global solutions.

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