dws-wasser-berlin-flags-525pxDutch water technology companies and research institutes will jointly present their state-of-the-art solutions in the Netherlands pavilion (hall 3.2 315) at Wasser Berlin 2013 from April 23-26.

This year the international trade fair on water supply infrastructure and water treatment has sharped its profile by organizing a conference and exhibition on trenchless technology, the NO Dig Berlin 2013.

One of the key note speakers of the official opening ceremony will be the Dutch minister of infrastructure and environment Melanie Schultz-van Haegen.

Many Dutch water experts will participate in the conference programme that includes the special symposium ‘Innovative water technologies’ on Tuesday April 23.


World class solutions
Special worth visiting at Wasser Berlin are:

Netherlands Pavilion 3.2/315

Other Dutch exhibitors:

For more exhibitors and conference programme also see:

Present at the Netherlands pavilion:

Nijmegen , the Netherlands
Hall 3.2/315
WaterQ is a global water technology supplier of hollow fibre, tubular and flat sheet membranes for industrial and communal waste water applications. In addition, it offers automated all-in-one Ultra Filtration and Reverse Osmosis units for water reuse.
Through cooperation with prominent partners in the industry, WaterQ has developed a membrane bioreactor (MBR) system which is both user friendly and utilizes the most effective technology for purifying effluent to 97% while using less energy.
Over the years the product range of WaterQ has been extended with technologies such as DAF system, belt filter press and biological treatment.

Optiqua Technologies
Enschede, the Netherlands
Hall 3.2/315
Optiqua Technologies provides the water industry with innovative tools for both online and sample based water quality monitoring. Based in Singapore and The Netherlands, it serves international drinking water companies to safeguard the distribution of safe drinking water
Optiqua EventLab offers a unique Early Warning contamination detection system for water distribution networks. EventLab combines highly sensitive optical technology with dedicated event detection algorithms, providing an economically viable online sensor network that can be deployed throughout the water distribution grid.

KWT Group
Hall 3.2/315
Biddinghuizen, the Netherlands
KWT International is a member of Bergschenhoek Groep and distributes quantitative water management systems. Its focus is on systems for aquatic flow control used in surface water management (river flood control, eco-tourism, hydropower dams), as well as providing sluice gates, penstocks, gate valves, tilting weirs and non return valves to civil (STP and WWTP) contractors all over the globe. All products are made from high grades of Stainless Steel 304L or 316L, often in combination with chemically inert High Density Poly Ethylene (HDPE).

Hall 3.2/315
Terborg, the Netherlands
I-Real develops web-based software and operating systems for various applications in (semi-) public authorities and private operators. The company is active in water, energy, waste treatment, gas, heat and electricity, real estate, public space, land management and traffic management. Field applications are available for open telemetry, process automation, maintenance management and administrative or data-processing.

Van Remmen
Wijhe, the Netherlands
Hall 3.2/315
Van Remmen UV Techniek is an international company, specialized in the design and production of easily integrable UV disinfection equiopment for liquids and surfaces. It is one of Europe’s leading companies in the field of UV-C disinfection.

Nutrient Platform
The Hague, the Netherlands
Hall 3.2/315
The Dutch Nutrient Platform, founded in January 2011, is a cross-sectoral public-private network of Dutch organizations that share a common concern for the global impact of phosphorous depletion. The platform creates more insight in phosphorous flows, routes and markets; redesigning the legislative framework and support the development of several business cases.

Centre of Expertise Water Technology (CEW)
Hall 3.2/315
Leeuwarden, the Netherlands
The Centre of Expertise Water Technology is a knowledge and innovation centre for product development and applied research in water technology. CEW shortens your time to market.

Water Application Centre (WAC)
Hall 3.2/315
Leeuwarden, the Netherlands
Water Application Centre (WAC) is a fully equipped centre where companies, research institutions and other organizations can do experiments on water technology. It is a very inspiring environment on the WaterCampus in Leeuwarden.

Wetsus centre of excellence for sustainable water technology
Hall 3.2/315
Leeuwarden, the Netherlands
Wetsus is a facilitating intermediary for trend-setting know-how development. Wetsus creates a unique environment and strategic cooperation for development of profitable and sustainable state of the art water treatment technology. The inspiring and multidisciplinary collaboration between companies and research institutes from all over Europe in Wetsus results in innovations that contribute significantly to the solution of the global water problems. Innovation, partnership, joy, cooperation and reliability are the values around which all Wetsus’ activities are organized and performed.

The Hague, the Netherlands
Hall 3.2/315
INNOWATER is a public-private partnership in the field of eco-innovation with participants from Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Netherlands, Spain and England. The purpose of INNOWATER is the creation and integration of a ‘water innovation partnership with new and better innovation support tools and models to develop and test innovative SME’s and launching customers. The project is financed by the European Commission within the Europe Innovation Programme.

Water Alliance
Leeuwarden, the Netherlands
Hall 3.2/315
The Water Alliance is a unique partnership of public and private companies, government agencies and knowledge institutes involved in water technology in the Netherlands. The Water Alliance focuses on innovative and sustainable water technology and brings together a complete chain of innovation for water technology, from first ideas, research & development, specialized laboratories, a water application centre, various demo-sites, launching customers to commercial international applications by commercial companies.

Netherlands Water Partnership
The Hague, the Netherlands
Hall 3.2/315
The Dutch water sector is organized in the Netherlands Water Partnership (NWP). This non-commercial partnership is a comprehensive network that unites Dutch water expertise, consisting of members from private companies, government, knowledge institutes and NGOs, acting as a centre of information on water expertise, policy developments and market opportunities.

Other Dutch exhibitors are:

A.Hak (KomZ Innovation)
Geldermalsen, the Netherlands
Hall 1.2/208s
A.Hakpark offers solutions for transport and distribution of oil, gas, water and electricity, data and telecommunications traffic, lighting and sustainable energy. It operates internationally in the field of engineering, construction, commissioning, management, inspection, maintenance, decommissioning and removal of underground and overhead pipeline and cable networks.
Other activities that are implemented within our group include all types of drilling, well point drainage and the coating of pipes, as well as the installation of complete systems for thermal energy storage.

Aquatech global events
Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Hall 2.2/308
Aquatechtrade.com is a virtual marketplace, containing an extensive list of companies, featured products and services, a daily news bulletin, information on job vacancies and various trade fairs. The site is an initiative of Aquatech Business Media, organizer of the premier exhibition Aquatech and part of RAI Group.
Aquatech Global Events has been organising the world’s leading exhibition in the field of process, drink and waste water in Europe, the USA, China and India since 1964. Aquatech Amsterdam will take place from 5-8 November 2013 and will be part of the 2e International Water Week.

Bosman Watermanagement GmbH
Berlin, Germany
Hall 2.2/409
Bosman Watermanagement designs, manufactures and installs a wide variety of systems for the control of surface water levels and treatment of waste water. All installations supplied by Bosman Watermanagement – including turnkey deliveries of complete pumping stations with concrete volume pumps and modern wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) – are characterized by the combination of high quality and the innovative approach to each project.
An innovative water treatment technology shown by Bosman will be the cost effective Fuzzy Filter that uses compressible media for variable porosity, with high solids storage so no filtered water is needed for washing.

Eijkelkamp Agrisearch Equipment
Giesbeek , the Netherlands
Hall 6.2/101
Eijkelkamp Agrisearch Equipment BV is an international supplier of environmental and agricultural research equipment. One of its latest’s products is e-SENSE, a SMS/GPRS telemetric system for remote measuring and monitoring of soil data. The e-SENSE field modem makes it possible to then transmit your data or alarms to a data base which is located either on your own computer (e-SENSE direct) or at a central database.
For the registration of groundwater levels and temperatures Eijkelkamp supplies the Diver groundwater data loggers. It the world’s smallest groundwater monitoring instrument and can be used in virtually any monitoring well.

KLAAR & Aquamarine GmbH
Bocholt, Germany
Hall 3.2/313
KLAAR Baggertechnieken is a young company with a wealth of experience in small scale dredging. This experience was gathered in a variety of companies in the Netherlands and abroad. Bringing together this wide range of knowledge, experience and creativity gives KLAAR Baggertechnieken bv the opportunity to offer effective solutions for all dredging projects. As well in the design as in construct phase we give you tailor-made quality

Schlumberger/van Essen Instruments
Delft, the Netherlands
Hall 6.2/101
Schlumberger Water Services is a globally recognized innovator of technologies and solutions engineered to support groundwater professionals at virtually every stage of their project. Our suite of integrated Field-to-Office technologies provides clients the added value, power, and flexibility to deliver results fast and efficiently.

Veghel, the Netherlands
Hall 2.2/416
New at SIBO is the Dolphin Bio Suction. The first automatic vacuum cleaner for maintaining bio pools and swimming ponds. The most easy and relaxed way to clean a swimming pond, without loss of the bacterial culture in the water and including a remote control
Furthermore at SIBO the complete range of Hunter irrigation products. From small to large applications and from manual controlled sprinklers to computer controlled golf course irrigation.

Two other news items on Wasser Berlin 2013:
- WasserBerlin 2013: Closer German-Dutch cooperation on development new water technology, 24 April

-WasserBerlin 2013: photo review shows successful Dutch participation, 26 April

More information
Water Alliance
Leeuwarden, the Netherlands
+31 58 2849044 of +31 6 83706450

The Hague, the Netherlands
+31 70 304 3700 or +31 6 13 66 22 43