Who are AYVO?

Based on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, AYVO is proudly 100% Australian owned. With a dedication to help conserve both Australia and the Asia-Pacific’s waterways, AYVO provides first-class filtered water stations to help governments, corporations and private businesses reduce their usage of single use plastic bottles. With a scientific-led, bottom up design approach, AYVO provides Australia’s leading traditional and digital water stations.





The story of AYVO’s water refill stations begins over five years ago, when two ladies decided they wanted to make a difference in the fight against single-use plastic water bottles.

Julie and Faye, our Stations creators, had at this time been running countless not-for-profit activities to help clean up our waterways. It was during these activities that they noticed more and more plastic water bottles were being recovered from our waterways each year. The local marine life was visibly suffering at ever increased levels due to plastic consumption.

For our creators, the solution to this issue was simple: reduce the use of plastic water bottles by getting people to refill instead of buying more plastic! In order to do this and to ensure people would readily do so, they needed to provide hygienic, well-placed, chilled water refill stations. There was only one problem: they could not find any products that truly met these needs. So what did they do? They created their very own range of refill stations.

Today, the AYVO range, made up of four unique models, provides refill solutions to meet any environment and any budget. By offering these hygienic, easy-to-use and attractive water refill stations, our creators’ vision is now helping to save our waterways. One plastic bottle at a time.




At AYVO, the hygiene of our water stations is of paramount importance. So as to achieve maximum levels of hygiene all of AYVO’s products are made using AS/NZS 4020 approved premium materials and components. 

The dispenser nozzles in our machines are made from medical grade stainless steel and are purposely concealed to avoid direct touching with hands, foreign objects or bottle rims. The refill buttons are purposely designed to be kept separated from refilling zones to further reduce cross-contamination, these buttons are also made from stainless steel and are very easy to clean. 

All of our stations are also equipped with state of the art drainage solutions to ensure that no excess water is lying around the machine.


AS/NZS 4020 Approved Premium Materials


Concealed nozzles to avoid direct touching with hands, foreign objects or bottle rims


Stainless steel refill buttons designed to reduce cross-contamination


Medical grade stainless steel dispenser nozzles


State of the art drainage solutions to minimise excess water


At AYVO the quality and safety of water is of paramount importance. In order to provide refill stations that ensure peace of mind for our clients and users, we have achieved the following certifications for all our stations:

Watermark Certified

All our products are Australian WaterMarked: the WaterMark Certification Scheme is a mandatory certification scheme for plumbing and drainage products to ensure they are fit for purpose and appropriately authorised for use in plumbing and drainage installations. Critically, any refill stations without WaterMark certification are non-compliant.

In order for us to receive this certification, we have all our materials and products tested by an accredited testing laboratory. In addition to that, all materials and products are complied with an approved specification and are manufactured in accordance with an approved Quality Assurance Program. Furthermore, our products carry a warranty. More information on WaterMark Certifications can be found on the ABCB website.

ISO9001 Certified

Our manufacturing arm is ISO 9001 Certified: ISO 9001 is the international standard for a quality management system.  

In order for them to become ISO 9001 Certified, our manufacturing team has complied with all requirements set forth in the ISO 9001 standard. Their performance has been audited by a Certification Body and as a result the team has been granted the ISO 9001 Certification, registering for a three-year period. Our organisation ensures we re-certify manufacturing every three years in order to maintain the certified status.  

The ISO 9001 Certification demonstrates the ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements. 


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