Meet the Dutch water sector at IFAT Africa
Reuse of industrial waste water and water efficiency is high on the agenda at IFAT Africa. The event takes place from 9-11 July 2019. The Dutch water sector will be represented in the Holland Pavilion. The theme of the pavilion is 'Co-creating solutions for water efficiency'. It is the ideal location to meet Dutch water experts and to talk business.
Invitation to Workshop and Network reception - 9 July
The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in South Africa, NWP and FMO would like to invite you to join the workshop and network reception at the Holland Pavilion at the IFAT Africa. Theme of the event is 'Water efficiency and re-use'.
Please let us know if you would like to attend the workshop (13:00 - 15:30) and / or the network reception (16:00) on 9 July. Register here.
Meet our participants
Please meet our participants in the Holland Pavilion, booth D33. Companies and organisations that are joining us are:
FMO is the Dutch development bank. They support sustainable private sector growth in developing and emerging markets by investing in businesses, projects and financial institutions. www.fmo.nl
- Nijhuis Industries
Nijhuis Industries delivers solid solutions for sustainable water use & resource recovery, with the highest level of intelligent innovations across a wide range of industries. www.nijhuisindustries.com
- Dutch Water Authorities
Dutch Water Authorities is the international organisation of 21 regional water authorities and their association, the Unie van Waterschappen. Dutch Water Authorities wishes to share its extensive experience and knowledge on water management and water governance with the world. www.dutchwaterauthorities.com
- Dorset Green Machines
Dorset green machines is a globally operating machine manufacturer. They develop and produce solutions for processing organic waste streams using waste heat. www.dorset.nu/green-machines
The Holland Pavilion is supported by the Partners for Water Programme, in close cooperation with the Dutch Embassy in Pretoria. For more information about the Dutch contribution to the IFAT Africa, please contact Annemieke van Zuylen, firstname.lastname@example.org.