Call for SME’s to pitch innovative DOC removal solutions at Aquatech Amsterdam 2017
The DOC2C’s consortium invites SME’s that have developed innovative products for the removal of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) to enter their pitch of innovative DOC solutions at the Aquatech Amsterdam trade fair 2017.
DOC2C´s is an Interreg project that started four years ago to accelerate innovation in the drinking water treatment with a focus on DOC/removal.
On 1 November the consortium organises the DOC challenge at the Aquatech Amsterdam trade fair. Winners will be given the opportunity to test their products at test facilities of the consortium partners.
More efficient removal
For their DOC Challenge the consortium is looking for SME’s that have developed innovative products that will help to reach a more efficient DOC removal from drinking water supplies, which is a growing problem globally.
A jury of international water professionals will select the best pitches for the DOC challenge.
After the pitches, selected SME’s will get the opportunity to test their DOC removal related products at water treatment testing facilities.
The organisers are looking for any innovations related to DOC, such as water quality analyzers for DOC, UVT, DBP’s and streaming current, as well as technologies for DOC removal, etc.
Please send an email (200 words maximum) describing your product and attach a product brochure or website to firstname.lastname@example.org before 1 August.
Date: 1 November
Time: 13.30 – 16.00 hrs
Venue: Aquatech Amsterdam
In 2015, the DOC2C’s project, an Interreg 2 Seas project of 4 years started. The main objective of this project is to significantly improve and accelerate innovation in drinking water treatment with the focus on DOC-removal by collaboration within the 2 Seas region (the Channel and North Sea).
The DOC2C’s consortium, consists of PWNT (NL), South West Water (UK), De Watergroep (BE), Lille University (FR) and Delft University of Technology (NL).
The project is part-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and has a total of 241 million euro, to co-finance projects during this period.
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● Consortium with PWN and Delft university starts development of new water technologies for DOC-removal, 24 January 2016
● AIWW Aquatech: Look back on an impelling Amsterdam International Water Week, 12 November 2015