Faculty of Materials, Metallurgy, and Recycling is leading educational and research institution in Slovakia with a strong connection to major industrial players in a region covering topics including quality, monitoring, safety issues and recycling of materials and water. Our experts take part in consulting, failure analysis and industrial inquiries connected with water distributing systems. The University via Science Park Technicom offer transfer of smart ideas and knowledge from labs into real practice to fulfill environmental aspects and ensure the health quality of life. As a part of scientific consortia for advanced materials and technologies – Promatech Center at Slovak Academy Science, we have access to huge infrastructure allowing analytical solving of water-related problems.
“Keeping your drinking water safe with BiWAS”
We are a water technology company delivering real-time monitoring equipment, BiWAS, that is accurate, cheap, robust and small. Our vision is to make BiWAS a game changer in the way we ensure safe drinking water for the future, and we believe our solution has the potential to help drinking water providers save thousands of lives worldwide from waterborne diseases.
Our organization consist of one of the worlds most advanced research teams, and IT development team and a business development team.
Aqua Alarm believes that establishing new connections and increasing competence within the field of water management will be important in our future business development process, and we see the EJWP programme as a good opportunity to achieve both connections and competence and at the same time increase the personal professional skills of one of our young professionals.
We are continuously developing our technology, and are working on our understanding of the water market and the needs that our technology should meet. Participating in the EJWP programme will increase our understanding of the European marked and we look forward to receiving valuable input and comments on our projects from the other participants in the program.
Welsh Water is the sixth largest of the ten regulated water and sewerage companies in England and Wales. Responsible for providing over three million people with a continuous, high quality supply of drinking water and for taking away, treating and properly disposing of the wastewater that is produced, we are fully committed to delivering best quality service at least possible cost.
Isle Utilities is a globally active innovation consultancy in the water and wastewater sector. Their goal is to bring positive changes by connecting developers, users and other stakeholders early on, to enhance the uptake of innovative technologies and make the way we handle water future-proof. Isle is a matchmaker, facilitator, technology- and market specialist. Since collaboration and knowledge sharing across countries is at the heart of Isle’s activities, the partecipation to EJWP is a natural fit. Isle firmly believes in the importance of a more connected European water sector, inclusive and attractive for young employees and in the creation of a network of European professional in order to achieve a more sustainable and a safer water management system in Europe.
Delfland is a regional water authority, who is responsible for the treatment of wastewater and the water quality and quantity of the water system in the most densely populated area of the Netherlands. Delfland needs to do this task while the world around Delfland is changing. Therefore, Delfland is cooperating in different collaborations to stay connected to this development.
Delfland is participating in the European Junior Water Program, because it gives Mathilde de Jongh the opportunity to further develop her skills and experiences of working in the water sector. Mathilde can connect with other organizations and water professionals to exchange knowledge and experiences. Besides, she can learn more about the water management in other parts of Europe. These learning experiences she can reflect and share with Delfland. While it is a unique opportunity for Mathilde, it also helps Delfland to stay connected with the developments in the European water sector.
De Watergroep / What do we do?
De Watergroep is the largest drinking water company in Flanders. More than 1,500 employees work hard every day to supply water through a network of over 32,000 km to 177 municipalities spread throughout West and East Flanders, Flemish Brabant and Limburg. We serve around 3 million customers and hundreds of companies.
As an autonomous water company in Flanders, De Watergroep offers products and services across the entire water chain. Our historical mission – to supply high-quality drinking water at an affordable price – remains as valid as ever. Furthermore, we adopt a sustainable closed-loop system to ensure the economically and ecologically responsible management of every link in this water chain: rainwater, groundwater and surface water, drinking water, process water and wastewater. De Watergroep is adopting a circular approach to system innovation and sustainability.
De Watergroep has over 100 years’ experience and technological know-how in the water sector. We deploy these assets in the development of a broad array of services for public authorities and businesses.
The reasons for our participation in the EJWP:
– knowledge sharing in a European context and networking development
– opportunity for young professionals to learn how to work in project mode
– share thoughts on global water issues as input for the organisation’s objectives
– contribute through the EJWP to European decision-making on the water landscape
Learn more about De Watergroep at their website.