Based in Thurles, Co. Tipperary, Ireland, The Revive Group are committed to saving CO2 through its innovative production processes.
Whether customers are looking to upgrade an existing unit or buy a fully Revived unit mounted onto a new, more-efficient chassis – they have options to suit your needs and budget.
Please get in touch today to discuss the options available to you and find out more about the benefits and improvements we make to our units.
Creating a better future
Revive’s CEO, Liam Kearney, has a passion to create a more sustainable future. Utilising the vast experience he has gained during his time within the industry, his desire for a better future is embodied in all the work Revive produce.
Liam has assembled a team of individuals who have specific skill sets and experiences. Each member of the team brings something unique to the table, allowing the company to grow steadily over the past 18 months.
Despite the new and varying challenges many have faced during the global pandemic, Revive has continued to show impressive results. The dedication and hard work of the team has been rewarded by the trust and investment of some key players within the industry.
As things slowly return to normal, Revive plan to build upon their productive start and continue to find new, innovative ways to combat and improve the water and wastewater industry.
Liam Kearney has spent almost 25 years in the wastewater and sewerage sector, growing businesses across the globe and learning many different methods and indeed lessons along the way. This experience has helped Liam understand the industry better than most, giving Revive a vital advantage in its mission to create a greener future for the wastewater sector.
As so many of us know, the business practices of the past were wasteful in the extreme. Revive are always looking for ways to cut their emissions and limit their impact on the environment. These changes are as small and straightforward as reducing unnecessary business travel and harvesting rainwater at our factories. Or as big as the 25-tonne CO2; savings a Revive High-Volume Combination Unit can deliver.
As the world finally wakes up to the impact manufacturing and its processes have on the global climate, Revive are committed to doing all they can to reduce their carbon footprint and those who work alongside them.
How we started...
Liam Kearney has spent almost 25 years in the wastewater and sewerage sector, building up businesses across the globe and learning different methods and indeed lessons along the way.
We remanufacture, manufacture and develop specialised mobile-environmental equipment for the water and wastewater industry.View our careers