Our co-exhibitors in the Entrance Hall West

September 7 - 11, 2020 in Munich/ Germany

We look forward to

The Water Management Association NRW (agw) is an union of Aggerverband, Bergisch-Rheinischer Wasserverband, Emschergenossenschaft, Erftverband, Linksniederrheinischer Entwässerungs-Genossenschaft, Lippeverband, Niersverband, Ruhrverband, Wahnbachtalsperrenverband, Wasserverband Eifel-Rur and Wupperverband in the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW), Germany. Our maxim: water management in public responsibility.

The member associations of agw operate 300 wastewater treatment plants with around 19 million PT, 37 dams and are responsible for the care of around 17,700 km of rivers.

The Allianz der öffentlichen Wasserwirtschaft e.V. (AöW) is the representation of interests of public water management in Germany. The AöW is an alliance of institutions governed by public law and companies of water supply, wastewater disposal as well as river basin management performing their service exclusively themselves or by means of independent institutions in organisational forms governed by public law.

Alone through the Membership of German Alliance of Water Management Associations (DBVW) over 2000 water organizations are represented in the AöW.

www.aoew.de

buildingSMART Germany is the competence network for the digitization of the construction and real estate industry and works on and for open and manufacturer-neutral standards. More than 550 companies, research institutions and Universities, public authorities and institutions as well as private individuals from all sectors of the construction and real estate industry are members of buildingSMART Deutschland. They are united to successfully shape digitization.

 

 

 

The European Water Association (EWA) is an independent non-governmental and non-profit making organisation promoting the sustainable and improved management of the total water cycle and hence the environment as a whole. It is one of the major professional associations in Europe that covers the whole water cycle, as well as wastewater and drinking water, water and wastewater treatment related wastes. Today, EWA consists of 25 European leading professional organisations in their respective countries, each representing professionals and technicians for wastewater and water utilities, academics, technology providers, consultants and contractors, local authorities and regulators. EWA represents about 50,000 professional individuals and specialists working in the broad field of water and environmental management.

www.ewa-online.eu

The Competence Center GreenEconomy.NRW (KNUW) started its work at the beginning of 2017 on behalf of the State Ministry for Environment in North Rhine-Westfalia. It sees itself as a partner and network manager for the exchange between companies, research, associations, universities, regional agencies and regional and local economic development. The central goal is to strengthen the green economy in North Rhine-Westphalia by identifying and making better use of national and international market opportunities.

The Water Environment Federation (WEF) is a not-for-profit technical and educational organization of 35,000 individual members and 75 affiliated Member Associations representing water quality professionals around the world. Since 1928, WEF and its members have protected public health and the environment. As a global water sector leader, our mission is to connect water professionals; enrich the expertise of water professionals; increase the awareness of the impact and value of water; and provide a platform for water sector innovation. To learn more, visit www.wef.org. WEFTEC, WEF’s annual conference and exhibition, attracts over 1000 companies and 23,000 attendees globally and takes place in New Orleans next October 2020. Visit www.weftec.org for more information.