Worldwide, an estimated nine billion people will live in large urban areas by 2050. Clean water for people, industry, and food will become a challenge.

Clean water is a challenge in the Netherlands. We are a small country that lies partly below sea level and have 17 million people. The Dutch go beyond doing more of the same at a larger scale. We find new solutions that take the water cycle to a higher level. And our solutions are always practical, efficient, sustainable, and cost-effective. We are experts on specific niches within water technology such as multiple water usage (industry, household, agriculture), screening, reuse of waste water, nutrient recovery, and state-of-the-art disinfection. To find out more about these specific niches, have a look at the website www.dutchwatertechnology.com.

The Netherlands is embracing new trends on water and technology.

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9 Jul IFAT Africa
9 July - 11 July 2019
Johannesburg, South Africa

IFAT Africa is the leading environmental technology trade fair in sub-Saharan Africa focusing on water, sewage, waste and recycling.

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Today’s water challenges call for cooperation and the exchange of knowledge and expertise. The Dutch water sector invites you to team up to find the best solutions for our changing world.

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