Our mission

We harness the power of AI to help wastewater utilities better manage their networks.

Urbanisation, climate change and population growth are putting huge strain on our water supply and drainage systems.

This is resulting in increased threats of flooding and pollution. StormHarvester’s AI drainage solution is solving these problems, predicting and preventing issues before they even happen.

  • 2012 - 2016

    The Early Days – Monitoring the Prototype

  • 2012 - 2016

    The Early Days – Testing in Queens University

  • 2016 - 2018

    Product Launch in the UK – Partnership Signing with Stormsaver

  • 2018

    Water Utilities Adopt StormHarvester Control – Southern Water Trials

  • 2018

    Water Utilities Adopt StormHarvester Control – Site Commissioning

  • 2019

    Expanding our reach – Partnering with Wavin across Europe

  • 2020

    Expanding Our Reach – Smart Valve Installation

The story of StormHarvester

The ‘eureka moment’ for the StormHarvester concept was in 2012 when Brian, our CEO, was working as a civil engineer in  Australia.  He realised that if the rainwater tanks were emptied before a storm, there would be enough storage capacity to lessen the flooding in the area that happened every year.

After working with Queen’s University Belfast for over three years, he developed an automated water management software platform in 2016.

From then on, the business has seen massive growth and the product portfolio has evolved. StormHarvester now has partners in over 20 countries. StormHarvester’s unique machine learning algorithm is being used by wastewater utilities right across the UK to predict sewer blockages and detect anomalies in sewer flows and levels. This plays a major role in preventing sewer pollutions and flooding, which is key driver for wastewater utility companies today.

Our expertise

With an innate passion and interest for our work, we all share a common goal of creating innovative drainage solutions for the future. Our team includes highly skilled engineers, tech, marketing and finance experts who work together to develop and deliver cutting-edge drainage technology.

StormHarvester Leadership Team

Brian Moloney

Chief Executive Officer

Brian is a civil engineer who has been working in drainage and flood prevention for more than 15 years. He has managed an engineering consultancy in the UK, Ireland, and Australia, where he’s developed a deep passion for civil engineering and StormHarvester’s products.

Brian still remains very ‘hands on’ with customers and projects, as well as driving the business’s strategy and growth.

Neil Macdonald

Non-Executive Director

With 13 years of experience in both environmental engineering and technology, Neil brings valuable expertise to the team. Before joining StormHarvester in 2017, he founded a successful environmental engineering consultancy and a technology business.

Neil’s main responsibilities at StormHarvester include securing and expanding partnerships for the company while also contributing to business strategy and growth.

David Barriskill – Head of Business Services

David Barriskill

Head of Business Services

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David has had a long career in electronic and software R&D – holding senior project management positions in both multinationals and start-up’s in the UK and Ireland.

At StormHarvester he takes responsibility for day to day component procurement and budget control. He also provides pre-sales customer support.


Stevie Gallagher – Chief Technology Officer (Waste Water)

Stevie Gallagher

Chief Technology Officer

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Stephen has 25+ years of experience in software engineering management and delivery roles, including the creation of a cloud-based IoT platform and servicing high profile clients such as Vodafone and Airtel.

Stephen is CTO and Tech Lead or Wastewater products. The role involves product R&D as well as delivering systems to meet client specifications.


Trevor Murray

Head of Technology

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Trevor has almost 20 years’ experience as a software engineer. He graduated in 2002 with an honour’s degree in Information Technology & Computing.

Trevor has worked with StormHarvester since 2014 and was integral to the design, development and launch of our first product range. He currently focuses on product R&D as well as supporting clients with more technical requirements where necessary.