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Client: DECHEMA Period of project: Oct-Dec

Merel Mostert from the Netherlands: I work as a Senior Policy Advisor in the Wastewater sector for Delfland Water Authority in the Netherlands. This is one of the 21 water authorities in the country. A water authority takes care of water levels, for example with pumping stations, wastewater purification, managing dikes and clear water. It’s clear to me that access to water resources should be equal in each country: a situation in which everyone is responsible for the quantity and quality of available water. We would all take care of our role in resource management, so that water is available to everyone. Water should be a human right. [caption id="attachment_2969" align="alignright" width="2…

Borko Radivojevic from Serbia: I work in Niš, Serbia, as a hydraulic engineer in Consult Biro, a growing family company engaged in consulting and hydraulic structure projects. As a civil engineer, I do hydraulic computations, make 1D models for open channel flow, bridge and culverts hydraulics, and 2D models for performing floodplain mapping. I also use GIS software for different needs and design different types of water structures.  I actually joined EJWP as a PhD student and am still working on my PhD thesis! My work often requires multitasking with water supply systems, waste water treatment plants, river engineering, water power use, and electricity …

Benjamin Hermans from Belgium: De Watergroep decided to sponsor a second employee participant in EJWP. This was me, in EJWP2. My current role at De Watergroep is as a process engineer. I studied bio chemistry at KU Leuven and UHasselt in Belgium. I worked for Royal Haskoning DHV as a project engineer for more than a year, and made the decision during this time to make a career change toward the water sector.  I’ve been at De Watergroep for five years, working on the design and optimization of the drinking water treatment. On Training EJWP is a program with a lot of opportunities. I was motivated to join to get to know the water sector as a whole. EJWP is a great opportunity …

EJWP is connecting in Italy, as some southern parts of Europe hold potential but still lack a number of opportunities for young engagement in the development of sector skills. Planning is underway with Maria Cristina Pasi to hold an EJWP training week in Lombardy, Italy, in January 2023 to integrate with organizations and actors in the region, including planning for an upcoming Open Innovation Platform to further support new initiatives. The Open Innovation is an interactive digital platform of the Lombardy Region focused on research and innovation topics of the industrial and research & technology organizations landscape, covering all the traditional and most innovative sectors. The pla…
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