WssTP Working Groups meeting on March22 (Brussels)

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The WssTP working groups are key to the functioning, objectives and implementation of the WssTP strategy.

On March 22nd in Brussels, coinciding with the World Water Day and the Water Market Europe 2018 event, the WssTP –  Water Supply and Sanitation Technological Platform has call all the WssTP Working Groups that belong to the network.

These groups emerged from the old WssTP Pilot and Task Force structure that was in effect between 2007 and 2012. Depending on their subject, they can be more strategic, thematic or technological. Participation in WssTP Working Groups is initially only open to representatives of WssTP members and strategic partners of WssTP.

The European Water Platform WssTP working groupsThanks to them is achieved, among others:

  • Collaboration and coordination in the challenges related to water that deal with R&D+i.
  • Improving global market opportunities for European suppliers of technology, service and knowledge related to water.
  • Promotion of consortium opportunities.

BIOAZUL belongs to this key platform for the water sector and this year Antonia Lorenzo has been assigned as leader of the Water & Agrifood working group that belongs to the Water Smart Rural cluster.

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